Monthly Archives: January 2011

Coping with Difficult Emotions by Davidicus Wong, M.D.

Distracted and reactive, you can also lose sight of that which you have today in this present moment. When you are stuck in the past, caught up in the rush, consumed with worry, and focused on what you don’t have … Continue reading

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Feel Your Breath: Mindful Breathing – The First Step to Emotional Awareness and Control by Davidicus Wong, M.D.

We all have our secret selves – the parts of ourselves we keep concealed from the rest of the world. But there are parts of yourself of which even you are unaware. You are more than you appear to be. … Continue reading

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Seven Questions, Seven Mantras by Davidicus Wong, M.D.

Imagine relief from your most troublesome thoughts and difficult emotions – depression, anxiety and anger. Imagine a way to find the peace, meaning and joy you’ve sought throughout your life. If this was a new drug, you may wonder, “Does … Continue reading

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Learning to Meditate by Davidicus Wong, M.D.

I learned to meditate in the most unlikely of places. In the bathroom I shared with my older brother, I would find the most interesting reading material. It was there that I became fascinated with the human mind thanks to … Continue reading

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Welcome to Positive Potential Medicine

I’m a physician writing a weekly newspaper column in Vancouver. The theme is my philosophy of practice, Positive Potential Medicine. I believe that health is more than the absence of disease, and health care is more than the treatment of … Continue reading

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