ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 3, Number 1

Conscious Acts of Creation: The Emergence of a New Physics

Specific intention is imprinted into the host device via four very qualified humans acting from a deep meditative state. The device then acts as an effective surrogate for these humans, plus cooperating parts of the unseen, with respect to transferring this specific intention to the experimental site of the appropriate target experiment. The main target

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Impact of Nursing Models in a Professional Environment: Linking Spiritual End-of-Life Care to Nursing Theory

End of life care through the lenses of nursing theories Spiritual facilitation is a method in which the nurse provides spiritual intervention to assist in resolution of end-of-life (EOL) issues, supported by nursing conceptual models, and promoting positive client and family outcomes. The proposed approach of spiritual facilitation, intervention, nursing education and conceptual models of

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The Hidden Language of Intuition

Medical intuition and healing in clinical practice Energy medicine and intuitive diagnosis have come to the forefront of complementary/ alternative medicine (CAM) meridians and chakras have gone mainstream. Many medical and psychological intuitives work from a model that says disruption in the balance of the energy system due to trauma is the root cause of

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The Anthropological and Scientific Case for Psycho-Energetic Healing

Variations on the theme of healing: Christian, psychodynamic and psychoenergetic Part 1. This dissertation examines psycho-energetic (bioenergy) psychotherapy, the anthropological and scientific/medical validity of bioenergy as a construct, and three psycho-energetic therapy paradigms with mature theories and interventions. Paradigms discussed include pre-psychodynamic (Christian), psychodynamic (Pierrakos, Lowen, Brennan), and post-psychodynamic (Confluent Somatic Therapy of Steven Vazquez)

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The Food and Cancer Connection

Cancer is too vast a problem to expect that there would be a simple solution to all its manifestations. In this article, I want to acknowledge and present an overview of the relationship between cancer and foods that is spoken of in many different voices.

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Make Way for Ducklings

Fifteen weeks ago I returned to my fourth year of medical school from a years leave of absence during which I worked full-time as Director of Student Programming for the American Medical Student Association (AMSA). I carried many fears with me upon my return. My baggage was by no means light. I feared watching myself

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Spiritual Unity Makes Peace In Sarajevo

Col. Rees Ryder Stevens has been a chaplain with the US Army for twenty-two years. Sarajevo, Bosnia, was the center of fierce fighting between the Croats and the Serbs in the early 1990s. Some religious leaders fueled the hate and made religion part of the problem. Now, in December 2000, I had to meet with

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