ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Research

Dowsing: Anchoring in Time

Caitlin A. Connor 1,2,3, , DAOM, AMP, PGDip(pending), EHP-C, Melinda H. Connor4,2,5 , D.D., Ph.D., AMP, FAM, EHP-C Geneviev Tau2, BA 1. Health Sciences Research, Rewley House, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK 2. Earth Songs Holistic Consulting, Tucson, AZ, USA 3. Vice-Chairman of the Board, National Certification Center of Energy Practitioners, Marana, AZ, USA 4. Research Professor, Akamai University,

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Bodywork Impact on Posture and Related Awareness in Teenagers

ABSTRACT Purpose: To determine the impact of bodywork on posture related awareness in a teenager. Material & Method: This is a single case study of a fourteen-year-old male. Seven sessions were provided over approximately a four-month time frame. Measurement of posture improvements primarily focused on the head with craniosacral assessments and related exercises. Sessions provided

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A Need for Comprehensive Research Standards for Energy Modalities

Research into energy work has progressed significantly since it first began, to the point where there are now over 15,000 peer reviewed and published journal articles on energy work across the world. This means that there are enough studies to constitute the beginnings of an evidence base. Unfortunately this in no way means that the

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Efficacy of Advanced Integrative Therapy in Treating Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Preliminary Case Report

Abstract This case report documents the need for further research into Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT), a gentle somatic trauma treatment, as it may be effective in treating complex post-traumatic stress disorder. It also shows the framework that AIT uses to treat intergenerational, or ancestral trauma. The clients initial presenting concerns were feelings of depression, anger,

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Rapid Group Treatment of Pain and Upsets with the Brief Energy Correction

Abstract Objective: The Brief Energy Correction (BEC) is a technique for somatic rebalancing of neurological disorganization, usually employed when meridian tapping procedures (Emotional Freedom Techniques, Thought Field Therapy, and related Energy Psychology methods) are not successfully reducing discomfort intensity. This rebalance then allows the tapping to resume reducing intensity. The objective of this study was

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LifeWave X39 Pilot Demonstrates Light Triggered Changes

Abstract Purpose – To determine if metabolic and physiological changes were produced by participants wearing the LifeWave non-transdermal X39 phototherapy patch. Materials – LifeWave X39 non-transdermal patches, Sabre Sciences urine and saliva test kits. Amino Acid panel was performed using a TSQ Quantum Triple Quadrupole LC-MS/MS Mass Spectrometer. Adrenal stress panel, cortisol and DHEAS, from

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Changes in Tripeptides Produced By theLifeWave X39 Patch

Abstract Purpose – To determine if the LifeWave X39 non-transdermal patch can produce changes in tripeptides GHK and GHK-Cu production. Materials – BD Vacutainer Safety Loc Blood Collection sets with Pre-attached holder sized 21GX0.75 or 23GX0.75, lavender top tubes, KendroSorvallBiofuge Centrifuge 75005184+, sterile eye droppers, polystyrene containers, thermal liners and an AB Sciex API4000 Qtrap.

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Life Balance, Emotional Stability, Well-Being and Spiritual Awakening-Part 2: Shorter Scales and An Evidence Based Approach to Change in Psychotherapy

Abstract This article is a clinical research article based mainly on the authors psychotherapy practice. It updates and shortens the Friedman Life Balance Scale (FLBS) and Subscales, the Friedman Spiritual Awakening Scale (FSAS) and Subscales and the Friedman Mini- 5 Factor Scale or FM5FS (that includes an emotional stability subscale) first introduced in the Jan.

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A Survey of Non-circumcising American Parents: Perceptions of Healthcare Provider Knowledge and Attitude of Intact Care

Abstract This descriptive research study aimed to examine the perceptions non-circumcising American families had of healthcare providers (HCP) knowledge and attitudes and to explore how these perceptions impact their decision-making. This inquiry utilized a Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) model and Leiningers Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality as the framework. Conversations with the partnered

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Significance of Emotional Intelligence on the Caring Behaviors of First Year Prelicensure Nursing Students

Abstract In a previous study (Wodwaski, 2018) the results indicated that the emotional intelligence (EI) of first year nursing students had rather low EI scores in all four dimensions of perceiving emotions, use of emotions in facilitating thoughts, understanding emotions, and managing emotions. To provide greater insight into what is most likely a complex relationship

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