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Radical Healing

Author : Rudolph Ballentine
ISBN : 0893893080
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In this second edition of Radical Healing - revised, expanded, and updated — Dr. Ballentine offers a comprehensive vision of self medical care-one that integrates the holistic healing traditions of Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and other herbal medicinal traditions. He emphasizes and explains the importance of understanding and maintaining the connection between the healing and spiritual traditions of which they are a part. Only by maintaining this connection can mind, body and spirit be healed.
Category: Health & Fitness

Student Development And Social Justice

Author : Tessa Hicks Peterson
ISBN : 9783319574578
Genre : Education
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This book weaves together critical components of student development and community building for social justice to prepare students to engage effectively in community-campus partnerships for social change. The author combines diverse theoretical models such as critical pedagogy, asset-based community development, and healing justice with lessons from programs promoting indigenous knowledge, decolonization, and mindfulness. Most importantly, this book links theory to practice, offering service-learning classroom activities, course and community partnership criteria, learning outcomes, and assessment rubrics. It speaks to students, faculty, administrators, and community members who are interested in utilizing community engagement as a vehicle for the development of students and communities towards wellbeing and social justice.
Category: Education

Radical Healing

Author : Megan Mueller
ISBN : 0355151944
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This research explores the alignment between Positive Youth Development (PYD) and the Radical Healing Framework (RHF), using Project Voice, an afterschool program for high school girls, as a case study. The RHF (Ginwright, 2016) is a tool used in youth programs and community organizations to address individual and collective trauma due to the systemic oppression experienced in urban, precarious (Butler, 2009) communities of color. This research evaluates the impact programming elements like action projects, healing rituals, and critical consciousness development have on the well-being of Project Voice participants and explores the potential afterschool programs have at restoring and sustaining public health. Through a multiple methods design, this research incorporated participant observation, interviews, surveys and reflective group activities to identify the presence of RHF components. This research concludes PYD’s programmatic goals support the RHF, afterschool programs do foster radical healing through intentional exploration of culture, meaningful social action and ongoing reflection. However, this research further suggests a possible need for afterschool programs to expand their programmatic goals and practices to reflect healing goals. Finally, exploration of the youth worker as a conduit for radical healing and modeler of critical consciousness and community forming is needed to determine best practices of implementing the RHF in afterschool programs.

Hope And Healing In Urban Education

Author : Shawn Ginwright
ISBN : 9781317631934
Genre : Education
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Hope and Healing in Urban Education proposes a new movement of healing justice to repair the damage done by the erosion of hope resulting from structural violence in urban communities. Drawing on ethnographic case studies from around the country, this book chronicles how teacher activists employ healing strategies in stressed schools and community organizations, and work to reverse negative impacts on academic achievement and civic engagement, supporting their students to become powerful civic actors. The book argues that healing a community is a form of political action, and emphasizes the need to place healing and hope at the center of our educational and political strategies. At once a bold, revealing, and nuanced look at troubled urban communities as well as the teacher activists and community members working to reverse the damage done by generations of oppression, Hope and Healing in Urban Education examines how social change can be enacted from within to restore a sense of hope to besieged communities and counteract the effects of poverty, violence, and hopelessness.
Category: Education

Conductivity Healing

Author : Avatar Adi Da Samraj
ISBN : 9781570973741
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In this remarkable book, Avatar Adi Da Samraj offers unique wisdom about energy healing from the perspective of a fully awakened Spiritual Realizer. The book includes an in-depth consideration about the energy systems in which human beings participate—from the localized body-mind to omnipresent, eternal Conscious Light—as well as detailed, specific practices such as feeling, breathing, and circulating the "etheric energy" that surrounds and pervades the body.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Revolution Of The Spirit

Author : Gerri Ravyn Stanfield Lac
ISBN : 0692926097
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It's time to dream the beginning of the world instead of the end. In the midst of emergencies and cultural transformation, the skills of the healer need to take center stage. Right now, we need a solid and shared foundation for a miraculous global recovery, the possibility of wonder, unconventional remedies, and creative revival in our medicine. It is time for us to become the revolutionary healers that we have been waiting for, to embrace effective practices without apology or religious preference. Revolution of the Spirit is a vibrant call to action for all spiritual seekers searching for a guide to create sacred space in their lives and a priceless resource for practitioners who want to dive into the mystic and find evidence based solutions. Based in her own healing adventure with severe clinical depression and years of experience as a holistic medical practitioner, Gerri Ravyn Stanfield has created a breakthrough handbook that gracefully leads readers away from what makes us sick and towards nine ingredients to a more sacred life. While exposing the history behind the divorce between spirituality and wellness in both the Eastern and Western world, Stanfield explores nine ingredients to a spiritual medicine. Her Sacred Exploration exercises, Spiritual Inventory opportunities and Revolutionary Healer Dares offer a personalized challenge to release stagnant patterns and embrace these nine practices as medicinal, timeless and relevant. Revolution of the Spirit features interviews with authors, teachers, activists and practitioners to stimulate a timely conversation about the expansion of our collective health to include body, mind and spirit. Revolution of the Spirit is a peaceful takeover of the contemporary health care system on behalf of the sacred to instigate readers toward a bold vision of wholeness. It offers a dare to people in all stages of their healing journey to leave learned hopelessness behind and become spirited changers of our modern lives.

Black Youth Rising

Author : Shawn A. Ginwright
ISBN : UOM:39076002844830
Genre : Education
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Ginwright examines the role of community based organizations (CBOs) in the lives and development of black urban youth. The author argues that these organizations have the potential to provide a powerful influence in "how young people choose to participate in schooling and civic life." Ginwright bases his observations on a five-year study of a CBO he created in Oakland, California. The book shows readers that the lives of poor, black, urban youth are not quite as determined by locale and income as more deterministic readings have argued, and that there is real hope for positive change in these urban communities.
Category: Education

Divine Healing The Holiness Pentecostal Transition Years 1890 1906

Author : James Robinson
ISBN : 9781621895916
Genre : Religion
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In the present volume, James Robinson shows how the Holiness movement contributed to the rise of Pentecostalism, with emphasis on those sectors that practiced divine healing. Although other scholars have undertaken to explore this story, Robinson's treatment is by far the most thorough examination to date. He draws productively on the burgeoning secondary literatures on Pentecostalism and healing, and brings to light frequently overlooked, yet revealing primary sources. The events narrated are fascinating in their own right, and are important to the histories of Pentecostalism and healing for how they clarify the processes by which divine healing was pursued, debated, and often disparaged. The text also contributes to larger medical and social histories, offering tantalizing glimpses of the roots of some of today's most popular and contested medical and religious responses to sickness and health.
Category: Religion

Divine Healing The Formative Years 1830 1880

Author : James Robinson
ISBN : 9781621895862
Genre : Religion
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Divine healing is commonly practiced today throughout Christendom and plays a significant part in the advance of Christianity in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Such wide acceptance of the doctrine within Protestantism did not come without hesitation or controversy. The prevailing view saw suffering as a divine chastening designed for growth in personal holiness, and something to be faced with submission and endurance. It was not until the nineteenth century that this understanding began to be seriously questioned. This book details those individuals and movements that proved radical enough in their theology and practice to play a part in overturning mainstream opinion on suffering. James Robinson opens up a treasury of largely unknown or forgotten material that extends our understanding of Victorian Christianity and the precursors to the Pentecostal revival that helped shape Christianity in the twentieth century.
Category: Religion

The Book Of Symbiote Diseases

Author : Paris Tosen
ISBN : 1514328623
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Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, AIDS, seizures, depression: A sample of diseases that have escaped a cure. There is a growing list of diseases that have baffled medical experts so much that they do not even know the cause. In THE BOOK OF SYMBIOTE DISEASES Paris Tosen, the founder of a new branch of physics called "reality science," presents a functional reality-based theory of technological pathogens. Always imaginative and sharp-minded, indeed, he discusses multidimensional symbiotes as the cause of incurable disease. Using independent research and observations, Tosen identifies the real cause of incurable disease and brings the cure, finally, within reach. This is a ground-breaking book that takes a radical approach to solving neurodegeneration.