ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 9, Number 3

Elimination of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Other Psychiatric Symptoms from a Disabled Vietnam Veteran in Just Six Sessions Using Healing from the Body Level Up Methodology, an Energy …

Increasing numbers of returning veterans and veterans of previous conflicts are being diagnosed with depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other psychological problems caused by military service. It is important to develop brief and effective treatment methods to facilitate reentry into civilian life. Energy psychology techniques have been found effective for rapidly treating

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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) for Cerebral Palsy

Zachery, a 24 year-old man who was born with cerebral palsy, suffered from speech impairment and weakness with poor coordination on the left side of his body, plus garbled hearing in his left ear. He had physiotherapy, speech therapy and surgically-induced deafness in his left ear, all of which produced helpful but only modest improvements.

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Laughter for Life

Humor is an antidote to worry. We hear a lot these days about the benefits of living in the present moment, about being in the flow. Worry and certain other emotions keep us stuck in the past or future. The thing is, its okay to look at the past or future. Just dont stare! One

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The Emergence of the Goddess

The mystery of the woman is hidden in the depths of the heart. Her innocence is protected in the embrace that surrounds her like the petals of the rose surround the bud. The secrets of her nature are revealed when the light of the spirit of love beholds the fullness of her being, and the

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Creating Sacred Space: Walking a sacred path

In my work with Therapeutic Touch and CranioSacral Therapy, I have always had the sense that I was working in Sacred Space with my clients. My introduction to the sacred space of the Chartres Labyrinth led me on a new journey of self-discovery, healing and inspiration. More than twenty-five new labyrinth designs/paintings emerged in my

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A Remarkable Recovery from Breast Cancer

A 38 year-old woman was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer and given a fifty percent chance of survival. This was a doubly difficult challenge to deal with, as it came one week prior to her final divorce court day. She underwent a double mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, experimental chemotherapy and 11 reconstructive surgeries. She found

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Minding Our Business and Losing Our Mind: How can we recover our full consciousness after losing it, in time to save our civilization from suicide?

Wholistic healing opens us to consciousness of dimensions within and beyond the physical body that have been ignored by conventional medicine, psychology and by modern science as a whole. In addition to mind, which conventional science and medicine attribute solely to electrochemical activities of neurons in the brain, there are emotions, relationships with other people

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IJHC Book Reviews September 2009

Irene van Lippe-Biesterfeld with Jessica van Tijn. Science, Soul, and the Spirit of Nature: Leading thinkers on the restoration of man and creationLarry Dossey, MD. The Power of Premonitions: How knowing the future can sharpen our livesLaurel Parnell, PhD. Tapping In: A step-by-step guide to activating your healing resources through bilateral stimulationNilsson, Marie The Magic

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