How Can I Heal What Hurts?: Wholistic Healing and Bioenergies

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Wholistic Healing Publications, 2004 - 647 pages
Reviews and discusses the research studies of self-healing, CAM and bioenergy therapies in less detail, with explanations appropriate for lay readers. It is not referenced as extensively as the Professional edition. An additional chapter provides many self-healing approaches and exercises. Learn how the body and mind work together in health and illness, and how to use new and ancient wholistic mind-body techniques to heal physical and psychological problems. Explore techniques used for self-healing; Learn about biological energy medicine from Acupuncture to Yoga; Learn the interactions of biological energies with environmental energies; See research in unconventional energies and their relevance to healing.
 

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An M.D./"wholistic psychiatrist" promotes Complementary/Alternative Medicine (CAM), a broad term encompassing a variety of self-healing approaches. Benor prescribes mixtures of relaxation, meditation ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
SELFHEALING
14
Normality
33
Physical Symptoms Addressed by Bodywork Therapies
46
Suggestion
59
Hypnosis
74
Biofeedback
91
Brain Hemispheric Functions
111
Kirlian Photography
404
GEOBIOLOGICAL EFFECTS
439
Cosmobiology and Astrology
465
Reasoning Your Way Through Stress
478
Index and Aid in Dealing with Stress
496
Head Working with Heart
515
Varieties of Healings for Stress
533
Collective Consciousness
568

Spontaneous Remissions of Illness
129
Collective Consciousness and Spiritual Awareness
156
ComplementaryAlternative Medicine CAM Therapies
181
Problems Addressed Effectively by CAM Modalities
354
THE HUMAN ENERGY FIELD
388
References
601
Glossary
619
Subject Index
633
About the Author 648
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Daniel J. Benor, M.D. is a holistic psychiatric psychotherapist who includes bodymind approaches, spiritual awareness, and healing in his practice. He lectures and leads experiential workshops on stress management, self-healing, spiritual awareness, and healing. Dr. Benor is the author of Healing Research, Volumes 1–4 and many articles on holistic, spiritual healing. He appears internationally on radio and TV. He is a founding diplomate of the American Board of Holistic Medicine, Coordinator for the Council for Healing (a nonprofit organization that promotes awareness of spiritual healing), and has served for many years on the advisory boards of the journals Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Subtle Energies.

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