ISSN 1538-1080

Day: May 2, 2006

IJHC Book Reviews May 2006

Stephen Larsen, PhD, The Healing Power of Neurofeedback: The revolutionary lens technique for restoring optimal brain functionJane Buckle. Clinical Aromatherapy: Essential Oils in Practice, 2nd ed.Doc Childre and Deborah Rozman. Transforming Stress: The HeartMath Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue, and TensionMartin L. Rossman. Guided Imagery for Self-Healing: An Essential Resource for Anyone Seeking Wellness, 2nd.

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The Land’s View

Download PDF > I had an unusual offer from a gifted intuitive who volunteered to facilitate an interview with a rock, to be done anonymously to keep the focus on the land. I know this intuitive to be a person of great gifts and great integrity. Here is what ensued:

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YOGA OFF THE MAT: Darshan in the Streets

Zen Starbucks You can find enlightenment at any time and in any place. Tonight it zapped me at the Starbucks at the corner of State and Main in Doylestown, PA. There I sprawled in a comfy chair across a low table from my friend, Deev (short for Diva) as we sipped favorite drinks; coffee for

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Dad, Please Give Us a Sign

Sunday night we had to say goodbye to our dear little Sammi. We had found Sammi in a pet shop a little over fourteen years ago. She was quite a sight, this tinypuppy that had very short hair, and longer snips of feathers sticking out randomly over her body.We were told she was a mix

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Energy As Emotion

Emotional wellness is a complex subject. Each of us has our own conditioning that tells uscertain emotions are good and others are bad. Well, heres the news: emotions are neithergood nor bad. Emotions are simply energy moving through the body. Emotions are notsomething to be gotten rid of, judged, or analyzed. Anger, for example, in

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Birth Rituals, Wellbeing and Transformation

Abstract Consciously or unconsciously we participate in many rituals throughout out life. Rituals at birth provide a key opportunity to support the physical and psychological health of the baby and mother. In addition, our rituals shape our perceptions and our culture. Giving examples, we describe the rationale benefits and strategies for actively planning our birth

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Knowing Without Knowing

Background Usually I can rather quickly discern the people I meet. I can tell very much how theyre going to behave. My initial impression is almost always confirmed. I took the Myers-Briggs typology test three times, years apart, and I was always typed as INFJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging). The characteristics of this rarest personality

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