Addressing the split between practitioners of science and those of spirituality, Charles Tart presents the considerations of well-known researchers and authors such as William Roll, Ramakrishna Rao, Michael Grosso, and Jeffrey Mishlove on such subjects as God, life after death, channeling, and other dimensions. A ground-breaking work that may surprise many readers.
This easy-to-follow guide is your introduction to several energy-based healing techniques including: Reiki, Healing Touch, Inner Light Consciousness Meditation, RoHun Transformational Therapy, Healing with Color and Sound, Spiritual Regression, and more. Find out which methods work best for you and how to integrate them into a holistic healing program. You'll learn the basic principles and characteristics of the human energy field, and how to release or change unhealthy energy patterns before they make you ill. Case studies from real-life sessions are included as well as instructions for developing your own sensitivity to energy and healing abilities. 2004 COVR AWARD-WINNER
In recent years, interest in non-Western curative techniques among Americans has grown by leaps and bounds. Integrative Body-Mind-Spirit Social Work is the first book to strongly connect Western therapeutic techniques with Eastern philosophy and practices, while also providing a comprehensive and pragmatic agenda for social work, and mental health professionals. This breakthrough text, written by a cast of highly regarded researchers from both Asia and America, presents a holistic, therapeutic approach that ties Eastern philosophy and practical techniques to Western forms of therapy in order to help bring about positive, transformative changes in individuals and families. Integrative therapy...
What does it mean to be middle aged? That youth, hope, and promise are gone? Middle age can offer an opportunity for a new beginning—a renewal of the body, mind, and spirit. It's about second chances. InMiddle Age Renaissance, author Doug Brooks shows how middle age can be the time to think about pursuing positive change and taking the opportunity to renew yourself for today and all of your tomorrows—for yourself and those who care about you. Drawn from a host of personal experiences, Brooks provides suggestions and advice for getting that second chance. Through stories and anecdotes,Middle Age Renaissancehelps you to build your body for health and self-esteem, to build your mind for wisdom and truth, and to build your spirit for love and joy. Useful and inspiring,Middle Age Renaissancehelps middle-aged people understand they can't change the past, but they can work toward becoming the person they could and should be.
This work addresses the 'whole you'. A physician, a psychologist, and a spiritually oriented clinical counsellor intertwine their experiences and knowledge to show that there is no disparity among the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of health; all aspects are interrelated and its helpful to see health this way.
One Hundred Years Young the Natural Way promotes ageless aging and a higher quality life by introducing twenty-five main steps to promote longevity. This handbook offers tips not only on maintaining longevity, but also on body, mind, and spirit/spirituality training in three sections and 660 pages. Success in one area leads to success in the others, and so author Earl Fee focuses on all three aspects of personal health. One Hundred Years Young the Natural Way is a complete guide to longevity paving the way for a rich, long life by using natural methods to improve the quality of life. Including helpful information for diabetics and others with health challenges, it describes options for maint...
Written by one of the UK's leading practitioners, this authoritative and accessible introduction to acupuncture reveals everything you need to know before you step into the acupuncture clinic. It includes: - how acupuncture goes beyond quick cures and is used as preventative medicine - the origins and theory behind Chinese medicine and acupuncture - the differences between diagnosis in acupuncture and Western medicine - what to expect in the treatment room and how acupuncture will help you. Comparing acupuncture with Western medicine and demonstrating how the two are complementary, Peter Mole provides answers to the questions most frequently asked by acupuncture patients, prospective patients, prospective students and people who have simply heard about acupuncture and want to know more.
Outlines seven simple movement principles that form the basis of all human motion, provides exercises to help achieve yoga postures, and discusses ten ethical precepts to incorporate into a total mind, body, and spirit program.