Release on 2013-08-01 | by David R. Hawkins, M.D./Ph.D.
David R. Hawkins, M.D./Ph.D. HEALING RECOVERY David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph
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Author: David R. Hawkins, M.D./Ph.D.
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
These holistic lectures were first presented to a variety of recovery organizations and clinicians from diverse backgrounds. The emphasis is on recovery in its fullest sense - mental, physical, psychological and spiritual. To "heal" means to make whole, in contrast to "treating," which is limited and short-sighted. The author draws from a diverse clinical background of over 50 years as a leader in the field of psychiatry. This, and his own spiritual evolution, led to a series of over eight books on the subject of human consciousness itself. Our society lives with constant stress, anxiety, fear, pain, depression, worry and addiction. This book is a dedication to the relief of human suffering in its varous expressions. To truly heal is to "make whole" on all levels.
In this revised edition of Compassionate Touch, new material on False Memory Syndrome (FMS) has been added.
Author: Clyde W. Ford
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Through his treatment of many men and women as a chiropractor and therapist, Dr. Clyde W. Ford discovered that the body can be the key to unlocking and opening the door to healing from physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. Dr. Ford has used touch to help his patients recover from a wide range of conditions, including chronic muscle strain, addictions, dysfunctional relationships, and abuse. In this revised edition of Compassionate Touch, new material on False Memory Syndrome (FMS) has been added. Dr. Ford discusses how reputable scientists noticed that under certain circumstances, patients recalled events that did not take place, forcing clinicians to be more cautious in diagnosing for sexual abuse treatment. Illustrated with numerous examples from this practice as well as his many workshops, Compassionate Touch also includes exercises that can be done individually or with a trusted partner.
This qualitative research examines perspectives of the links among environment, health, and healing for women living with breast cancer in the Greater Toronto Area.
Author: Jennifer English
This qualitative research examines perspectives of the links among environment, health, and healing for women living with breast cancer in the Greater Toronto Area. Semi-structured, in-depth interviews are used to obtain information about ways in which breast cancer survivors access and create landscapes of healing within their day-to-day lives. Through this research, certain environments are considered to possess greater significance than others for contributing to physical, emotional and mental health and healing, especially when sick. Those landscapes with which women interact on a daily basis appear to be most important to recovery from illness. The research also demonstrates that while many women are successfully able to find landscapes that are conducive to recovery from breast cancer, others face multiple challenges related to social and economic barriers, and the impact of the illness itself. Further research exploring healing properties of landscapes for people with illness is needed to expand the understanding of connections between health and place.
As soon as Jesus opened the living spring within my heart, I abandoned my sinful lifestyle. After that I felt that the "necessity is laid on me; yea, woe is to me if I do not preach the gospel!" (1st Corinthians 9:16) I felt the obligation to hurry with the good news to everyone. I have found Christ and wanted to do same as the Samaritan women who said "Come and see."(John 4:29). I hated to be like the "Evil and slothful servant"(Matthew 25:26) who dug in the earth and hid his lord's silver. I have received a huge gift that I don't deserve and I can't pay it back; the least to do is to give glory to the true physician who saved my life from destruction and death in Sin. How the miracle happened? I don't know "One thing I do know, that being blind, now I see" (John 9:25). I did my best writing down a detailed narration of a miraculous healing from pornography addiction. Lazarus Porn addiction without a doubt is one of Satan's main contemporary methods to destroy the image and likeness of God that is bestowed upon humans.
Healing and Recovery Rebecca T. Klein ... Assault. hen you have experienced a
trauma like rape or sexual assault, it is incredibly important and helpful to be able
to give words to the experience, to name it so that you can begin to recover.
Author: Rebecca T. Klein
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
It is estimated that almost 1.3 million women and girls in the United States are raped each year. Fifty-four percent of rapes go unreported, and 97 percent of rapists are never incarcerated for their crimes. This guide to coping with rape and sexual assault takes readers by the hand and guides them through the survival process, whether the reader is a victim or the friend of a victim. Beginning with what to expect when reporting the crime and ending with becoming an activist in order to help others, this guide is a must-read for any individual who needs information and support.
Are you tired of overly spiritual daily meditation books?
Author: Scott Brassart
Are you tired of overly spiritual daily meditation books? If so, you're not alone. Finally, we have a practical daily reader for recovering sex and porn addicts! This straightforward guidebook offers a daily inspirational quote, information about sex and porn addiction, and a recovery-oriented task for the day.
But, Dr Jeff Rediger, a world-leading Harvard medic, psychiatrist and theologian, has spent the last fifteen years studying thousands of individuals from around the world and examining the stories behind these extraordinary cases of ...
Author: Jeff Rediger
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Health & Fitness
'Clearly articulated science ... illuminating' Gabor Maté, bestselling author of When the Body Says No _______________________________________________________________________ As a society, we push aside stories of remarkable recovery which don't fit our paradigm of one cause, one cure. In the history of medicine, we have almost never used the tools of rigorous science to investigate remarkable recoveries from incurable illnesses. But, Dr Jeff Rediger, a world-leading Harvard medic, psychiatrist and theologian, has spent the last fifteen years studying thousands of individuals from around the world and examining the stories behind these extraordinary cases of spontaneous remission. From retiree Claire, diagnosed with a violent form of pancreatic cancer and given weeks to live, to 23-year-old Matt, given a 2 per cent chance of surviving a lethal brain tumour. Both rejected chemotherapy and radiation, and went home to try to prepare themselves for acceptance and a peaceful death. Both are alive over a decade later, their bodies absent of all tumours. Dr Rediger doesn't classify people like Claire or Matt as 'flukes' or 'outliers' but has analysed what they - and thousands of others - have done to cure themselves and reveals the common denominators of people who have beaten the odds, unlocking the secrets behind the mind-body connection and discovering the immense power of the immune system.