Category Archives: Healing Philosophy

Re-Imagining Health


Majid Ali, M.D. 140 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10023 212-873-2444   Phases of Imagining Health and Disease Through Evolution of Human Consciousness African Rift Valley Periods No Breath Disables Periods Pain is Bad Awareness Periods Blood and broken Bones Are Bad Periods Evil Spirits Disable, Good Spirits Make it Better Periods No Motion Disables Periods  Hunting-gathering Periods Barks,

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Be Kind to Yourself, Please!


 Majid Ali, M.D. 140 West End Avenue, Suite 1-H New York, NY 10023 212-873-2444 Begin the day with a ritual of gratitude in the bed for five minutes Breathe out slowly Gently stretch every muscle in the body which you can stretch Speak softly the names of people you love and who love you, then send them your blessings.  Send

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Insulin Homeostasis, Insulin Resistance, and Beta Cell Dysfunction


                     Peter Holleb —————————————————————————- Type 2 diabetes is becoming a growing epidemic. “Its prevalence has been due to sedentary lifestyles, obesity, aging and cardiovascular disease” (Pratley et al. 2013). “From 2007 to 2012, the number of Americans affected with Type 2 diabetes has increased from 23.8 million to 25.8 million” (Pratley

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ENERGY HEALING-Directed Pulses | Majid Ali MD


ENERGY HEALING The Miracles of Directed Pulses Majid Ali, M.D. What is the hardest of all? That which you hold the most simple; seeing with your own eyes what is spread out before you. Goethe The heart beats to pump blood into the arteries. Then it relaxes and its chambers open up to receive blood from the veins. During systole

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De-Mystifying Disease | Majid Ali MD


DE-MYSTIFYING DISEASE The Greasy Build up-Detergent Model of Disease The spectrum of diseases in medical textbooks is vast. Is there any common underlying energetic or metabolic derangement that applies to most, if not all, acquired diseases? Is there a workable simplicity that can help us cope with the seemingly mad complexity of diseases? Is there a unifying model of disease

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Lions, Hypoglycemia, Insulin Roller Coasters, and Heart Attacks


Lions, Hypoglycemia, Insulin Roller Coasters, and Heart Attacks A Discussion of Sugar During a Safari in Africa (My friend) Choua suffers from squint of the mind. He looks at the same things others do, but he sees them differently. Or maybe he sees the same things but thinks differently. At one point during our safari, my thoughts wandered to my

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