ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 12, Number 1

Human Clinical Study of the Efficacy of LifeWave Energy Patch in Improving Flexibility, Strength and Endurance in Healthy Humans

In this double-blind crossover placebo-controlled clinical trial, tests were conducted that measure flexibility, strength and endurance in 60 healthy humans. Tests conducted included: stretch and reach, hand strength, latissimus dorsi pull down maximum weight, outcome measures with an ergometer bicycle (peak and average power and watts per kilogram, average and peak speed and speed per

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Right and Left Brain Dominance: Thinking outside the box

Iain McGilchrists book, The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, is one of the most important books I have ever read. McGilchrists thesis is that the existence of our world as we know it is threatened by our reliance on left brain hemisphere (LH) thinking to the

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Black and White Photo Project

The project emerges The idea for the black & white photo project occurred to me several years ago, when I realized my young kids (then around 7 and 5) had no words for, and no emotional baggage around, racial differences. They were in a relatively integrated school (Project Learn School) in a relatively integrated neighborhood

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IJHC Book Reviews January 2012

McGilchrist, Iain. The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western WorldKathryn Schulz. Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of ErrorJini Patel Thompson. Listen To Your Gut: Natural healing and dealing with inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndromeBert Hellinger. Supporting Love How Love Works in Couples RelationshipsAnodea Judith. Waking

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Beyond All This

Beyond symbol, art, and myth Beyond history, politics, and dogma There breathes my God. Beyond bigotry, self-interest, and greed Beyond intolerance, oppression, and violence There waits my God. Beyond uncertainty, skepticism, and doubt Beyond despair, suffering, and loss There breathes my God. For years, I doubted my God I felt betrayed by intolerant dogma I

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I Had to Be Mad to See a Spiritual Healer

Abstract Through my study and working in the field of conventional Western medicine I was lulled into the sense that this was the best and only way to treat illness and disease. Other modalities of treatment were either completely unknown to me or dismissed with a lofty arrogance. It was only when I became extremely

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My Body Was My Teacher

In 2002, a BBC producer in her mid-forties, suffering from severe headaches and double vision, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in her right cavernous sinus, next to the pituitary gland. The tumour proved inoperable and proposed diagnoses included chondrosarcoma, meningioma and chordoma. This article shares how the writer learned from an American healer, Martin

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