Dr. Kendra Gaines, Editor-in-Chief, IJHC It isn’t too often that we read an article, in this case, Dr. Christina Ross’s article on energy medicine, and then have the astounding privilege of watching a theory under discussion turn into practice. But that is exactly what has happened to my Significant Other (SO). He has a lower back
Tag: Volume 24, Number 1
Christina L. Ross, PhD Current practices in allopathic medicine measure different types of energy in the human body by using the same types of quantum field dynamics that are used in nuclear medicine, radiology and imaging diagnostics. Once diagnosed, current treatments revert to biochemistry instead of using biophysics therapies to treat the disturbances in subtle
Harry van der Zee, Harald Walach Introduction This research aims at demonstrating that the immune system of HIV-positive patients can be enhanced using a remedy created in 2002 by Peter Chappell named PC1, based on the symptom totality of AIDS in Africa.
Ingrid Torres Barbosa1 Music Therapy and the sub-genera of Sound Healing and Vibroacoustics is increasingly in popularity and becoming a well-known therapeutic application based on early scientific evidence. The purpose of this paper is to review and analyze existing evidence on music therapy interventions and the application of Sound Healing and Vibroacoustics which are used
Reviewed by Eric Leskowitz MD The title of Dr. Judith Tsafrir’s new book, Sacred Psychiatry, would seem to be a contradiction in terms. It’s been at least a generation since psychiatry abandoned its soul (psyche in Greek) in its quest for the latest medication. But this book does not misfire – it lives up to