ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Editorial Musings

Integrity: An Important Aspect in Wholistic Healing and in Life

Abstract In this editorial I consider the issue of integrity through lessons learned from Energy Psychology (EP), particularly the modality I developed and practice, called WHEE, the Wholistic Hybrid derived from EMDR and EFT. My discussion is framed within the wholistic model of care, addressing body, emotions, mind, relationships and spirit. Each of the wholistic

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The Web of Life: Human Symbiosis with Other Life Forms and the Environment

Abstract Although this is rarely discussed or acknowledged, humans are symbiotic with other life forms and with the environment. The most commonly recognized symbiotic relationships are animals and plants raised by farmers. Less acknowledged are actually those who are most intimately symbiotic with humans, namely the microbes in our bodies. There are ten times as

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The Basis of Reality: What is real to you may not be real to me

This editorial musing has been stimulated by two very thought-provoking articles. The first, by Larry Dossey (2011) discusses the confident but ignorant responses of scientists who trashed research showing that university students could make predictions about the future, such as which of two computer windows would be programmed by an automated system to display an

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Right and Left Brain Dominance: Thinking outside the box

Iain McGilchrists book, The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, is one of the most important books I have ever read. McGilchrists thesis is that the existence of our world as we know it is threatened by our reliance on left brain hemisphere (LH) thinking to the

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