ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 6, Number 3

We’ve Been Living in a Dream World

Jean-Claude Koven trenchantly comments on the human ecology of patterns and choices in our beliefs. He strongly advocates for personal choices in our pathways in life, rather than merely accepting the norms of our culture. He observes, Most of humanity is stuck in someone elses discarded chewing gum and has yet to break free.

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Inter-Ethnic Training With Psychodrama Methods

Peter Huncik reports the outstanding successes of inter-ethnic psychodrama group work in reaching understanding, reconciliation and forgiveness between people of diverse backgrounds who had previously been extremely antagonistic towards each other in Slovakia. His team has also worked with Hungarians, Poles, Romanians, Israelis and Palestininians.

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Finding the Courage to Heal

Steven Hodes is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist. He has been integrating body-mind-spirit awareness into his practice, discussing these connections with patients. This has been transformative for his patients as well as for Dr. Hodes himself.

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Mind of Head, Heart, Relationships and of Spirit

Introduction In wholistic conceptualizations, our primary consciousness resides in spirit and is expressed through body, mind and relationships. The logo of the IJHC includes an icon that represents the interlinking of mind in head and in heart, and that is the focus of this discussion. The mind of relationships, wherein we participate as individuals in

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Yoga Off the Mat

In her lovely and lively way, Edie Moser shares more of her lessons in life about self-confidence and about relating to her mother.

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