ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 7, Number 3

IJHC Book Reviews September 2007

Freddy Silva. Secrets In The Fields: The science and mysticism of crop circlesTess Castleman. Threads, Knots, Tapestries: How a tribal connection is revealed through dreams and synchronicitiesElizabeth Johnston-Taylor. What Do I Say? Talking with patients about spiritualityJennifer Harper. Nine ways to body wisdom: blending natural therapies to nourish the body, emotions, and soulLaVonne H. Stiffler.

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Is Sound Behind The Crop Circles?

To date, some 10,000 crop circles have been catalogued, in twenty nine countries worldwide, and their anomalous features continue to defy human replication: plants bent an inch above soil; their cellular structure altered; stems lightly burned around the base; alterations to the crystalline structure of the affected soil; the evaporation of ground water, alteration of

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ENERGY MEDICINE: FACT OR FANTASY? Research evidence

In the Complementary/ Alternative Therapy (CAM) community, it is commonly accepted that there is a biological energy (bioenergy) that surrounds and interpenetrates the body. The National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) acknowledges energy medicine as one of the branches of complementary and alternative medicine. Conventional science has been skeptical about this because it

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ENERGY MEDICINE: FACT OR FANTASY?

In the Complementary/ Alternative Therapy (CAM) community, it is commonly accepted that there is a biological energy (bioenergy) that surrounds and interpenetrates the body. The National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) acknowledges energy medicine as one of the branches of complementary and alternative medicine. Conventional science has been skeptical about this because it

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Words & One-Liners, Sep 2007

During my 78 years on this planet I can think of only three people who knew everything. I mean, whatever the subject, they could expound on it they could quote from it. It got so that when ever I saw one of them coming I would cross the street to avoid being lectured “to,” or

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TRIBAL DREAMSTORY CIRCLES: A New Look at Ancient Wisdom

This discussion traces a relationship between Jungian psychology and more ancient methods of dream tending and storytelling. Utilizing the modality of Algonkin Traditional dreamstorytelling as a medium for constellating, activating, and sharing the tribal dream, Jungian approaches to group dreams and group dream work are explored, using sociological and narrative lenses. The conceptual frameworks of

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