ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 11, Number 1

Random number generators at the ballpark: Preliminary evidence for the detection of moment-by-moment fluctuations in group attention as measured by Psigenics software

The field of consciousness studies seeks reliable measurement devices to detect the existence of human consciousness and its impact on the physical world. The random number generator (RNG) technology utilized by Princetons Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) lab is a well-studied approach to detecting mind/machine interactions. RNG studies in the lab and in the field have

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From Patient to Respant

Unfortunately, doctors and health professionals, in general, do not study success. We are far more likely to consider an unexpected recovery to be due to treatment or a spontaneous remission. However, I have learned from my experience with these patients by asking them, Why didnt you die when you were supposed to? that they always

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Therapist resonations in wholistic healing

Psychotherapy can be far more than a process in which the therapist fixes the careseeker. In many cases, people in distress come for help with expectations that the therapist will tell them exactly what to do in order to rid them of their symptoms. Some therapists do this, as in behavioral approaches that are prescriptive

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Post-Darwinian Psychology: Does Mind Really Matter?

The perceived causal relationship between body and mind is central to various psychotherapy theories. This paper speculates on the evolutionary aspect of this relationship since the Big Bang, as well as on causality and on how these issues are relevant to psychotherapy practice, especially in the Zeitgeist of a growing confidence in genetics, biochemistry and,

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Diabetes Lends Itself to a Holistic Approach

I strongly encourage individuals to discover areas in their lives in which taking more responsibility for choice supports well-being. A case in point was a recent story shared with me of Sandler, a woman who claimed to have healed herself from the ravaging results of diabetes mainly by changing her lifestyle and attitude. When I

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Wholistic Healing through Energy Psychology (EP) for Veterans

As a certified Emotional Freedom Techniques EFT Practitioner, coming from a background of coaching, and as the daughter of a WWII Veteran and POW, I have been blessed to be able to help many Veterans who suffer from the trauma of deployment and the exposure to the horrors of war. EFT is a gentle combination

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IJHC Book Reviews January 2011

Wilkinson, Richard G. and Pickett, Kate. The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies StrongerAl Ritter, The 100/0 Principle: The Secret of Great RelationshipsDickson Despommier. The Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st CenturyAnn Armbrecht. Ann and Terrence Youk. Numen: The Nature of PlantsLynne Namka, EdD. Your Quick Anger Makeover

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Birth Stories – Facilitating with Integrative Energy Healing

Combining evidence-based prenatal teaching with Integrative Healing Techniques results in healthier and wholistic birthing experiences. The total length of labor is shortened, the experience of labor discomfort is less, thus reducing the need for medical analgesia. There is an increase in the release of endorphins and an optimum position of the foetus prior to birth

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