ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 3, Number 2

The Anthropological and Scientific Case for Psycho-Energetic Healing Part 2

Part 1. (IJHC January 2003) 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) psycho-energetic psychotherapy . Part 2: A phenomenological

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Spirituality and Pain: A Broad Examination

Pain is reduced during the Near-Death Experience, and may have meaning within religious frameworks Religion is a tradition-borne and faith-based organized system of beliefs, symbols, rituals, attitudes, standards, and practices. With monotheistic religions, such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the belief system is based on an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, all-knowing God, who has varying degrees

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