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Editorial Musings Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) vs. Benefits-Costs Analysis and Wholistic Healing Daniel Benor, MD Read article Research Understanding the Relationship Between Attachment Style, Relationship Satisfaction, Illness Behaviours, and Psychological Distress in Couples Peta Stapleton, PhD, Anne Woodcroft-Brown and Hannah Chatwin Read article Wholistic Approaches Mythology as Preparer for Our Age J. Andrew Linnell, President, Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston, 2016 Read article Reflections Unfreezing Ourselves: Global Warming, Climate Trauma and EFT Christine Penner Polle Read article Book Reviews Turner, Kelly A. PhD. (2014). Radical Remission: Surviving cancer against all odds. Valerie A. Varan, Introduction to Energy, Consciousness and Your […]
Abstract This study examined the individual and dyadic attachment processes and relationship satisfaction ratings among adults in an intimate relationship and their relationship to psychological distress and illness attitudes. Study participants included 104 individuals (52 couples) who completed a questionnaire package which included the Experiences in Close Relationships Questionnaire-Revised (ECR-R), the Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS), the Depression Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS21), and the Illness Attitudes Scale (IAS). Findings from the study showed that attachment anxiety was a significant positive predictor of illness behaviors and psychological distress, that relationship satisfaction was a significant negative predictor of psychological distress, and […]
Abstract Since the 19th Century, there has been an assumption that ancient people made up stories to describe what they could not understand. Although the content of the Mysteries cannot be known through written records as their content was communicated orally, the Mysteries revered the Truth just as today’s sciences do. This paper takes the view that mythologies are not to be taken as mere fiction meant to explain the unknown. Spiritual Science and, in particular, the work of Rudolf Steiner, will be used to show the roles played by the Mystery Centers in teaching their people their respective […]
Abstract A CBA helps you consider whether to give a green light to a project and to invest funds and energies in bringing it to fruition. CBAs are in wide general uses today, primarily in the business world, where the focus is generally on making good financial decisions. Changing your mind-set to a Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) invites you to look first at the benefits, and then look at whether and how you can manage the costs. BCAs are equally applicable for addressing personal, family and social projects.
Turner, Kelly A. PhD. (2014). Radical Remission: Surviving cancer against all odds. Valerie A. Varan, Introduction to Energy, Consciousness and Your Quantum Self. Barrie Jaeger, PhD. Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person: Learning to Bend, Not Break, When Work Overwhelms You.
Abstract In the fall of 2016 we find ourselves in the midst of an unprecedented planet-wide ecological crisis. Not only are we at war with each other, as we are reminded daily on the news, but humanity is in many respects at war with the earth that sustains life. While this war doesn’t make news headlines often, all of us are traumatized by this ecological violence. Some of us, especially children, feel its effects on our psyches and our bodies more acutely. Along with personal stories from the front lines of climate activism, this article will discuss the still […]
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