ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Research

Community Healing Project for ALL

Abstract While healing is increasingly accepted in addressing the problems of individuals, the applications of healing for larger numbers of people is not as well known. Fountain International is a world-wide community healing project, based on the simple concept that communities, like people, suffer from disease and may be healed. By tuning in ones thoughts

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Feeding feelings: Is there a relationship between emotional eating and body mass index in adults?

Abstract The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between emotional eating and body mass index (BMI) in an international sample of healthy weight, overweight, and obese adults (N = 226). It was hypothesised emotional eating scores would differ significantly between the BMI classification groups. Consistent with expectations, ANCOVA results revealed significant differences in emotional

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An Investigation of Relationship Satisfaction on Resilience and Body Image

Abstract The aim of this study was to explore the association between relationship satisfaction and low body image. The current research also investigated whether body image dissatisfaction (BID) was affected by ethnic diversity. Past research has examined many factors which are highly related to BID; however, there is a paucity of research investigating relationship satisfaction,

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The ICBEST Model of Forgiveness, Healing, Energy Therapy and Change

Abstract This article introduced the ICBEST (integrative, cognitive, behavioral, energy and spiritual therapy) model for guiding therapy and change, using an extensive, single case study of a highly depressed, suicidal client. Five of the eight levels of the PPPT (Positive Pressure Point Techniques) were used as the energy therapy approach in addition to Integrative Forgiveness

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Research Symposium Proceedings June 11, 2014

Connor ISSSEEM 2014 conference proceedings Message from the Co-Chairs On behalf of ISSSEEM, we share with you the conference abstracts from our annual Research Symposium. ISSSEEM is an interdisciplinary society interested in the scientific and intuitive exploration of integrative healing, applied spirituality, and the subtle realms. This symposium and the conference that follows is fundamental

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Successful Muscle Testing and the White and Gray Crows

Abstract Modern day muscle testing (MT) is reported to help to access intuitive awarenesses of oneself and of other people. MT is used by many complementary/ alternative therapists to help people identify unconscious information that is of assistance in assessing their problems and deciding on treatments. Research has not confirmed the efficacy of MT. This

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Body Dissatisfaction and Surveillance, Exercise Frequency, Depression and Self-Esteem in a University Population

Abstract The purpose of the present study was to explore the relationship between body dissatisfaction and body surveillance, exercise frequency, depression and self-esteem in 121 university students from various Australian tertiary institutions aged between 17 to 45 years old population. This study also aimed to observe gender differences in the experience of body dissatisfaction. Inconsistent

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The Energy of Reading Project 

Abstract The purpose of this project was to determine if using two strategies daily from Energy Psychology with the lowest performing readers in grades one in an elementary school setting in Salem Oregon increased their reading scores. The two strategies are Heart Center/Thymus and Collarbone Tapping with Cross Crawl Marching, The assessment tool was the

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Investigating the Relationship between Reckless Behaviours, Gender, Psychological Mindedness, and Attachment Security.

Abstract Reckless behaviours, such as reckless driving, sexual behaviours and drug use, are major lifestyle contributors to morbidity and mortality for young adults. The purpose of the current study is to investigate the relationship between reckless behaviours, gender, attachment security and psychological mindedness. Data was collected from university students (n = 101) aged between 18

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The Effects of Somatisation, Depression, and Anxiety on Eating Habits among University Students

Abstract While it is known that depression and anxiety are associated with poor eating habits, little is known about relationships between these common psychological disorders, somatisation and poor eating habits. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of depression, anxiety and somatisation on eating habits across gender in university populations. University students

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