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Why Walking on Hot Coals is Not a Good Idea

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The ability to walk across burning hot coals is known as firewalking and many a New Age motivational speaker wants us to believe that our mind has the power to enable us to do this. Does this explain why so many people at these events end up with their feet on fire while others walk away unscathed?

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Is Guided Imagery and Visualization New Age?

JB asks: "I would like to know if relaxation exercises such as visualization and abdominal breathing who have proven to relieve anxiety are accepted by our Faith. I'm not talking about visualizations where one's soul supposedly "leaves the body" or anything weird like that but those where one thinks about a scenery and after a while releases fears and stress somewhere (perhaps a cloud, a hole in the ground, etc.) or sees them fade or disintegrate."

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Why You Should Steer Clear of Byron Katie's "Work"

LO asks: "Can you recommend the book "Loving What Is" by Byron Katie? And also, practicing her process that she calls "the work" is that an OK thing to do or an anti-catholic thing to do?  . . . I don't want to do anything or entertain anything that could take me in a direction away from Our Lord and the Catholic Church. In general, I'm having anxiety & stress and would like to do some independent reading/work before I need a therapist...can you give any ideas for authors or specific books?"

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