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Tag: Volume 12, Number 3

Being at Peace where We Are

Ive been grappling with a question a beloved reader sent: How to feel peace in a world so torn by war and greed, rape of the environment and each other? It can be a hard world. The news bears that out and drives it home. Im not sure its ever been otherwise, but the sheer

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Elimination of PTSD and Psychiatric Symptoms in One to Six Sessions in Two Civilian Women and One Female Iraq War Veteran Using Healing from the Body Level Up (HBLUTM)

Abstract Background: PTSD is a serious problem in the Unites States, and not just among veterans. The U.S. National Comorbidity Replication Survey estimated the lifetime prevalence of PTSD among adults at 6.8% and that women were more than twice as likely as men to have PTSD at some point in their lives. Therefore, it is

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Transforming Darkness Into Light

Abstract This article looks at traditional treatment methods for severe emotional disorders and presents an alternative, integrative approach. It distinguishes between negative ideas that are generated from inside of a person and strong detrimental impacts that seem to attack from a source outside of the person. Two thousand years ago, these outside forces were called

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IJHC Book Reviews September 2012

Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone. Active Hope: How to Face the Mess Were in Without Going CrazyOzzie Zehner. Green Illusions: The Dirty Secrets of Clean Energy and the Future of EnviornmentalismLee Lipsenthal. Enjoy Every Sandwich: Living Each Day As If It Were Your LastClinton Ober, Stephen T. Sinatra and Martin Zucker. Earthing: The most important

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Practical Application of Emotional Freedom Techniques for Food Cravings

Abstract Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) has been shown to have a lasting effect on food cravings, power over food and restraint ability, and ultimately results in weight loss. This paper discusses the approach utilised in a recent food craving clinical treatment trial (Stapleton, Sheldon, & Porter, 2012; Stapleton, Sheldon, Porter, & Whitty, 2011), and highlights

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