Healing The Whole Person

Author: Swami Ajaya
Editor: Himalayan Institute Press
ISBN: 0893892750
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Elements of yoga practices have become increasingly popular with both medical and mental health professionals, as well as the subject of much empirical research. Meditation, one of yoga's most important practices, has been found effective in the treatment of a wide variety of physical and psychological problems, including coronary artery disease, chronic pain, anxiety, and depression.

Frontiers Of Health

Author: Christine Page
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1409020320
Size: 17,68 MB
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Frontiers of Health is an essential guide to healing, combining medical expertise with unique insights into the human condition. Dr Christine Page illuminates our understanding of disease and its purpose for inner spiritual growth. In this excellent introduction to our subtle anatomy, Dr Page explores the chakras and their individual relationship to disease, pathology and soul unfoldment. Drawing upon her experience as a respected doctor, and observations of the many patients who have been her greatest teachers, Dr Page asks us to look fully at wholeness on all levels: body, mind and spirit. · 'A must for professional carers and aspiring healers' Light, The College of Psychic Studies · 'Fascinating and packed full of thought-provoking advice' Healthy Eating · 'A clearly written, very impressive and important bridge-building book ... for the first time, one can see exactly how healing comes from within the subtle bodies being reflected in their physical counterpart' Aromatherapy Quarterly · '... straightforward, comprehensive and clear. I applaud this very worthwhile book' New Humanity · 'There are some books that are written in such a way that you feel you are reading a letter from a friend. Frontiers of Health is one of them ... without doubt an important and far-sighted work in the field not only of health but also of human consciousness' The London Connection

Trauma Treatment Healing The Whole Person Hanouts

Author: Marie S. Dezelic
Editor: Presence Press International, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780998057903
Size: 15,43 MB
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Beyond Therapy Beyond Science

Author: Anne Wilson Schaef
Editor: Backinprint.Com
ISBN: 9780595150533
Size: 17,36 MB
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This book is presented in three sections: I. “The rise and demise of a psychotherapist,” a personal story of concluding that the scientific assumptions on which it is based prevent psychotherapy from facilitating true healing and is institutionalized co-dependence; II. a discussion of the living in process model developed by Schaef to facilitate true healing at all levels of being and; III. a philosophical exploration of mechanistic and post modernist science and their relationship to the healing professions.

Healing The Whole Person

Author: Robert B. McNeilly
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471382744
Size: 19,88 MB
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Solution–oriented therapy is a form of brief therapy that focuses on resolving or defusing clients′ immediate concerns and helping them resume normal functioning. This is a comprehensive manual for conducting solution–oriented therapy that combines positive language, emotions, and body orientations to effect change.

Riding The Wind

Author: Robin Shapiro
Editor: Sunstar Publishing
ISBN: 9781887472388
Size: 18,36 MB
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Robin Shapiro presents a theory that argues that if our natural does not become truer, no amount of supernatural will remedy it. Unless Paradise is established on Earth, it will never be anywhere. He proposes that we take ourselves everywhere we go, even in death, and so long as this second is not filled with heaven, no eternity will ever be lit with any star. He concludes that the transmutation must take place in the body and in everyday life: otherwise no gold will ever glitter, here or anywhere, for ages of ages.

Science Of Whole Person Healing

Author: Rustum Roy
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595301533
Size: 17,96 MB
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Papers and reports of research and clinical studies on the effectiveness of treatment modalities, alternative healing devices, energy medicine, and the wide variety of CAM-WPH practices.

Health Healing And Transformation

Author: Allen
Editor: Missions Advanced Research &
ISBN: 9780912552743
Size: 13,21 MB
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The Journey Through Cancer

Author: Jeremy R. Geffen
Editor: Harmony
ISBN:
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An oncologist presents his proven cancer-fighting plan, a mix of alternative and traditional approaches that blends Eastern philosophy and Western methodology to present a strong mind/body/spirit attack on the disease. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

Whole Person Self Healing A Science And Art

Author: Phillip Shinnick
Editor: Bentham Science Publishers
ISBN: 1681082594
Size: 20,43 MB
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Whole Person Self Healing brings an interdisciplinary healing approach to relieve pain and suffering. The book covers different topics that introduce readers to alternative therapies that can help the healing processes in the body. These topics include an introduction to pulsed electromagnetic fields and their use in healing medicine, stable Bose-Einstein statistics, meditation techniques, scientific measurement of Qi energy and Qigong practice methods. The book also presents cases of family-based therapy and individuals recovering from painful injury. Whole Person Self Healing presents information based on physics research and subjective accounts of individuals. The book offers general readers, researchers and therapists a scientific perspective on the benefits of electromagnetic field therapy and meditation for healing the body.