ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Research

The Effects of Intention-Broadcasting on Subjects Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Part I–A proof of concept study

Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are complex, lifelong, neuro-developmental conditions of unknown etiology. They are clinically evident from early childhood and characterized by impaired ability to interact socially and restricted, stereotypical behaviors. The objective of this pilot study was to broadcast intention to subjects diagnosed with ASD and assess its impact over a period of one year.

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The Effects of Intention-Broadcasting on Caregivers of Subjects Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Part II–A proof of concept study

In a previous article by this author and his colleagues, pilot data were presented demonstrating the merit of a novel health care intervention, the Intention-Broadcast (IB), for subjects diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) In our pilot study a specifically devised concurrent IB was offered to parents of the autistic subjects over a period of one year. In this article, we present data that were obtained in parallel to the data presented in the previous article.

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Restoring Wholeness To Psychiatry: Models Of Understanding

RESTORING WHOLENESS TO PSYCHIATRY: MODELS OF UNDERSTANDING Gregory Brown, M.D.1, Lisa Durette, M.D.2, Timothy Ebright, D.O.3, Katie Cho, D.O.4 1 Director of Psychiatry Residency Training, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at the University of Nevada Las Vegas 2 Director of Child and Adolescent Fellowship, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at

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Mills et al.

Energy Healing Use in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Number and Distribution of Practitioners, Types of Therapies Offered, and Costs for Services Paul J. Mills, Ph.D.1 Margaret M. Moga, Ph.D.2 Judy Ferrig, M.S.3 Caitlin A. Connor, DAOM, AMP, PGDip, EHP-C4,5 1 Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

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Moga, M

Is there scientific evidence for chakras? Margaret Moga PhD1 1 Associate Professor Indiana University School of Medicine Terre Haute, Indiana. Abstract: Chakras are part of Eastern spiritual traditions and Western biofield therapies. In this narrative review, anatomical and physiological evidence in support of chakras as scientifically detectable structures is examined. Although there have been few

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Hilberg et al.

The Effects of Intention-Broadcasting on Self-compassion in Adults: A Pilot Study Gabriele Hilberg, PhD1 , Daniel C. Harner, PhD2 , Nisha J. Manek, MD3 , William A. Tiller, PhD4 1Gabriele Hilberg, PhD, Merraki Institute 2Daniel Harner, PhD, Health and Healing Clinic, Sedona, AZ 3Nisha J. Manek, MD, Kingman Regional Medical Center, AZ 4William A. Tiller,

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McNeice, L.

Alternative Psychological Methods for Reduction of Student Test Anxiety Laura McNeice, M.Ed.1 1 Social Studies, Cinco Ranch High School, Katy, TX Abstract The growth of standardized testing and global competition has resulted in a dramatic rise in student test anxiety. High performance on these tests is demanded by both local and national policymakers, causing stress

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Methodological issues in Reiki Reporting: Part 2

Melinda H. Connor1,2,3, D.D., Ph.D., AMP, FAM, EHP-C Caitlin A. Connor2,4,5, DAOM, PGDip (pending), AMP, EHP-C Gail M. Jett5,6, Th.D., NP, MSN, WHNP-BC, AHN-BC, LMT, EHP-C Brian D. Dailey5,7,8, MD FACEP, FACFE, EHP-C Jill Gavin-Gannon3,9, MSN, PMHRN-BC, BHSP 1. Research Professor, Akamai University, Hilo Hawaii, USA 2. Earth Songs Holistic Consulting, Tucson AZ, USA 3.

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Methodological issues in Reiki Reporting: Part I

Melinda H. Connor1, 2, 3, D.D., Ph.D., AMP, FAM, EHP-C Caitlin A. Connor2, 4, 5, DAOM, PGDip (pending), AMP, EHP-C Gail M. Jett5, 6, Th.D., NP, MSN, WHNP-BC, AHN-BC, LMT, EHP-C Genevieve Tau2, BA. Brian D. Dailey5, 7, 8, MD FACEP, FACFE, EHP-C 1. Research Professor, Akamai University, Hilo Hawaii, USA 2. Earth Songs Holistic

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A Novel Approach to Broadcast Intention for Depression and Anxiety

Cynthia R. Reed PhD1, Paul Thomlinson PhD2, Daniel C. Harner PhD1, William A. Tiller, PhD1 1. William A. Tiller Institute for Psychoenergetic Science, Pine, Arizona 85544 2. Burrell Behavioral Health, Springfield, Missouri, 65805 ABSTRACT Introduction: This study evaluates the potential for a specifically targeted, continuous intention broadcast over a defined period to impact depression and

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