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Tag: Volume 11, Number 3

A Doctor’s Instruments

People always think of A stethoscope or scalpel But its your old wooden chair That youll use the most Sitting face to face with someone Hands folded in your lap You will read there And ponder, write, make calls

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Goose bumps: Phenomenon of spirituality and body-mind cleansing?

Many of us experience that prickly feeling with our body hair standing on end and our skin in goose bumps at various times. This is often associated with chills, shivers and certain emotional states. Less known, however, is that this prickle is informative and effective in the fields of health care and spirituality. This is

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Contrasts That Define Each Other

It is impossible to know a thing without awareness of how it differs from others things. This is true for all of our experiences. Some of the simplest and clearest contrasts are in our sensory perceptions. For instance, visual light has a spectrum of colors from white, which is the combination of all colors through

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IJHC Book Reviews September 2011

Norman Doidge. The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain ScienceEmma Bragdon, PhD (Editor). Spiritism and Mental Health: Practices from Spiritist Centers and Spiritist Psychiatric Hospitals in BrazilElisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler. On Grief and Grieving: Finding The Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of LossKen Robinson and

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Change Begins With a Conversation

“The impetus to reform or revolution springs in every age from the realization of the contrast between the external order of society and the moral standards recognized as valid by the conscience or reason of the individual. “R. H. Tawney, historian How do we get our clever species to realize, after 10,000 years of growth,

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Subtle Energy Enhancements in Farm and Field

Subtle Energies in earths landscape are in every way analogous to those in the human body. Pathways of chi similar to the meridians of chi in our own body are variously termed earth meridians, dragon lines, ley lines, grid lines, song lines and other appellations in other cultures. Research has shown that these lines were

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Is There A Doctor In The House? Yes!

The first wealth is health. Ralph Waldo Emerson From personal experience, I can attest to the power of the dreaming mind to diagnose, comment on treatment, see illness as a teacher, and predict outcomes. When the physical body is hit with illness, the victim has an immediate appointment with the greatest specialist he/she will ever

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Pronoia: Attitudinal Change, Love and Spirituality

Pronoia is the opposite of paranoia. It is the belief that the universe is plotting to make you happy and that there is nothing you can do about it. Having a positive attitude is an important aspect of healing and optimism is an important predictor of disease resilience. Many of us have had peak experiences

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