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Getting All Spiritual: Expanding Your Horizons

Written by Catherine Allen (and her husband Bryan Farnum) for Faze’s 2000 Fall Issue (in the “Mind, Body and Soul” Section)

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Today more than ever, you are being constantly encouraged and challenged by educators to explore the human experience in terms of the scientific, technological and economical dimensions of our existence.

But isn’t there more?

If we are to fully appreciate who we are and the human potential within us, we must also explore the moral and spiritual dimensions of our universe, and our being.

It is not enough to exist only in the physical realm. When we measure the success of our lives, we must evaluate the spiritual realm as well. Have we striven for a more peaceful, loving and thankful existence?

Spirituality, beliefs and values have a direct influence on our health, and Bryan’s mission is to promote a deeper understanding of that influence.

Bryan Farnum
Bryan Farnum, self-proclaimed spiritual healer

Bryan feels that his gifts allow him to identify the possible cause of disease in the body, right down to the sub-cellular level. Bryan has observed that people with serious diseases like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, etc., suffer from depression, and have suffered from depression long before these diseases became symptomatic.

Bryan has believes that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, which is turn, is caused by “microbes” (viruses, bacterium, fungi, parasites, and toxins). Modern medicine has ignored “microbes” for decades, because of the lack of precise tools to find them in diseased tissues. However, time after time, another disease is found to be associated with a bacterium or virus (e.g. multiple sclerosis, heart disease, encephalopathy).

Did you know that the U.S. has denoted a day in May of each year as National Childhood Depression Day? Statistics indicate that there are currently 25 Million children diagnosed with depression in the U.S and alarming numbers here in Canada.

Bryan believes that if we can treat the depression, we could prevent millions of people from developing serious diseases in the future, as well as improving the quality of their lives and the lives of their children in turn.

Bryan, and others like him, are helping to integrate faith into modern life – expanding our horizons.

Bryan’s astonishing gift has helped thousands of people worldwide reconnect with the spiritual aspect of their lives, and to understand and appreciate that our lives are measured in many ways.

We are physical, emotional and intellectual beings, certainly, but do not forget to explore and embrace your spiritual nature, for it is this awesome mixture of body, mind and soul which makes us whole.

From Faze Magazine Issue #3

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