Vibrational Medicine

Author: Richard Gerber
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1591439078
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The original comprehensive guide to energetic healing with a new preface by the author and updated resources. • More than 125,000 copies sold. • Explores the actual science of etheric energies, replacing the Newtonian worldview with a new model based on Einstein's physics of energy. • Summarizes key points at the end of each chapter to help the serious student absorb and retain the wealth of information presented. Vibrational Medicine has gained widespread acceptance by individuals, schools, and health-care institutions nationwide as the textbook of choice for the study of alternative medicine. Trained in a variety of alternative therapies as well as conventional Western medicine, Dr. Gerber provides an encyclopedic treatment of energetic healing, covering subtle-energy fields, acupuncture, Bach flower remedies, homeopathy, radionics, crystal healing, electrotherapy, radiology, chakras, meditation, and psychic healing. He explains current theories about how various energy therapies work and offers readers new insights into the physical and spiritual perspectives of health and disease.

Wisdom To Wellness

Author: Maureen Jones
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 184694399X
Size: 46.58 MB
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Maureen Jones discusses her approach to spiritual and physical healing, the Modus Operandi (MO) Technique, that has helped people get better without drugs or surgery. Using case studies featuring both celebrities and ordinary people, she shows how emotions affect our well-being and how to tap into the power of our own souls and unconditional love to help our bodies heal.

Integrative Oncology

Author: Matthew P. Mumber
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780415374156
Size: 37.60 MB
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Integrative Oncology explores a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to cancer care that addresses all individuals involved in the process, and can include the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies alongside conventional modalities such as chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation therapy. The number of integrative care programs is increasing worldwide and this book forms a foundation text for all who want to learn more about this growing field. This guide provides a thoughtful and generous perspective on integrative care, an outstanding overview of the exciting clinical opportunities these techniques can offer, and a guide to the new territories that all oncologists and CAM practitioners need to explore and understand.

Holistic Nursing A Handbook For Practice

Author: Barbara Montgomery Dossey
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763731830
Size: 37.33 MB
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Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice guides nurses in the art and science of holistic nursing and offers ways of thinking, practicing, and responding to bring healing to the forefront of healthcare. Using self-assessments, relaxation, imagery nutrition, and exercise, it presents expanded strategies for enhancing psychophysiology. The Fourth Edition addresses both basic and advanced strategies for integrating complementary and alternative interventions into the clinical practice.

The Practitioner S Encyclopedia Of Flower Remedies

Author: Clare G. Harvey
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 085701126X
Size: 26.28 MB
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This comprehensive encyclopedia brings together flower essences gathered from all corners of the globe, from Hawaii and the Himalayas to America and the Australian Bush. It explains what flower remedies are, how they work and how to choose the right remedies for your clients' needs. The properties of 33 families of flower essences and the benefits of over 2,000 remedies, combinations, mists and creams are described. An easy-to-use ailment chart pinpoints remedies for a wide range of physical and psychological conditions, from stress to hormonal imbalance and from allergy to depression. The author provides instructions for prescribing, preparing and using flower remedies alongside illustrative patient case studies. This will be the definitive handbook for practitioners, therapists and students of complementary and alternative therapies working with flower essences and will be valuable reading for those wanting to learn more about how they can use flower essences in their practice.

A Path Less Conventional

Author: Michael E Morrison
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 9781452546483
Size: 56.47 MB
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As a person born with cystic fibrosis, though not defined by his illness, Michael E Morrison knows better than most how Western medicine works. In the midst of his daily, very painful treatments, not surprisingly he found himself asking, “Is Western medicine the best way forward?” In this well researched and detailed exploration of alternative medicine, Morrison looks at the work of João de Deus at the Casa de Dom Inácio in Brazil; the method and benefits of Buteyko breathing; the use of energy medicine; the importance of nutrition; and the use of emotional freedom techniques (EFT)as well as other alternative treatments. He compares the results of Western medicine to those of alternative therapies and finds that, often, getting back to nature and listening to our bodies can be the best way forward in leading a healthy, fulfilled life.

The Healer S Manual

Author: Ted Andrews
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738716669
Size: 27.90 MB
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Noted healer and author Ted Andrews reveals how unbalanced or blocked emotions, attitudes, and thoughts deplete our natural physical energies and make us more susceptible to illness. The Healer's Manual shows specific techniques—involving color, sound, fragrance, herbs, and gemstones—to restore the natural flow of energy. Use the simple practices in this book to activate healing, alleviate aches and pains, and become the healthy person you're meant to be.

Raw Food Life Force Energy

Author: Natalia Rose
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 006175188X
Size: 44.71 MB
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Looking for a whole new approach to weight loss, health, and beauty without necessarily going all raw or strictly vegetarian? Welcome to Raw Food Life Force Energy According to top nutritionist Natalia Rose, everyone is entitled to a beautiful lean body, youthful radiant skin, abundant energy, and a state of natural bliss. The secret is tapping into the ultimate source of well-being—Life Force Energy. If we can properly harness and increase our Life Force Energy through simple dietary and environmental principles, and therefore cleanse and bring our bodies back to their natural, harmonious frequency, we can experience radically improved levels of health, beauty, and happiness. Raw Food Life Force Energy is entirely compatible with the principles laid out in Rose's previous book, The Raw Food Detox Diet, but presents her diet-lifestyle in an excitingly progressive framework that reminds us that we are not just physical bodies, but dynamic beings who thrive on harmonious high vibrations and Life Force Energy. Rose presents four fundamental energy principles and practical applications, leading us to the best sources of natural energy—such as raw fruits and vegetables, sunlight, and fresh air, to name a few. These principles lay the groundwork for Rose's comprehensive 21-day program, followed by more than seventy original, mouthwatering recipes that range from healthful cooked fish dishes to raw vegetarian soups, entrees, and desserts to accommodate all levels of raw food energy dieters. Rose offers a new vision of how to honor and revitalize our bodies and become powerfully attractive inside and out. Raw Food Life Force Energy shows us how to break out of our destructive, energy-draining patterns of poor eating, unsuccessful dieting, and stressful living to lift ourselves to a whole new stratosphere of well-being.

Complementary Therapies And Wellness

Author: Jodi L. Carlson
Publisher: Pearson
ISBN:
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This book provides practical information about complementary care and wellness in addition to specific information about many therapeutic approaches that therapists use. Legal Aspects of Practice. Utilization, Reimbursement, Legislative, Fraud and Abuse, and Documentation Issues. Researching Alternative Therapies. Creating and Integrative Clinic. Developing Therapeutic Presence. Introduction to Asian Medical Systems. Introduction to Energy Therapies. Introduction to Manual and Body Based Approaches. Introduction to Mind/Body Therapies. Introduction to Wellness and Health Promotion. Biofeedback. Craniosacral Therapy. The Feldenkrais Method™. Imagery. Myofascial Release. Non-Contact Therapeutic Touch. Reflexology. Reiki. Relaxation, Meditation, and Breath. Shiatsu. Structural Integration (Rolfing). Tai Chi. Yoga. Stress Management. Pain Control. Women's Health. AIDS. Smoking Cessation. For anyone interested in Alternative Healing.

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.