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Healing And Recovery

Author : David R. Hawkins, M.D./Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781401945527
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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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.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : Dennis Linn
ISBN : 0809133652
Genre : Religion
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Integrates contemporary spirituality and psychology with the 12 steps as it seeks to lead readers to new depths of personal resources for healing and recovery.
Category: Religion

Compassionate Touch

Author : Clyde W. Ford
ISBN : 1556433077
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 23.76 MB
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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.
Category: Health & Fitness


Author : Jeff Rediger
ISBN : 9780241327609
Genre : Health & Fitness
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'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.
Category: Health & Fitness

Children And Disasters

Author : Joseph Capozzoli
ISBN : 9780190288624
Genre : Psychology
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Today, one in every three Americans will be affected by trauma, and the most vulnerable among these victims are children. Children and adolescents in our communities are exposed to disastrous and devastating events, including natural disasters, violence, accidents, and, most recently, terrorist attacks, that have a great impact on their emotional and physical well-being. Children in Disasters is a training manual and reference for those who provide psychological relief in the wake of disasters. The expert contributors offer guidance for helping children integrate their traumatic experiences, develop healthy coping skills, and restore a sense of safety.
Category: Psychology

Linda Page S Healthy Healing

Author : Linda Page
ISBN : 188433492X
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 46.85 MB
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The Ultimate Resource For Improving Your Health Naturally!Over 1 million copies sold!In its first edition nearly 20 years ago, Dr. Linda Page's book, Healthy Healing, was the only one of its kind. Now updated and expanded, Healthy Healing is still the easiest to use bestselling natural health reference book on the market.Customize your own personal healing program using natural therapies for more than 300 ailments through diet, whole herb supplements and exercise.Live Longer, feel better and look better, naturally!
Category: Health & Fitness

Come In Lord Please Excuse The Mess

Author : Cassandra Tiersma
ISBN : 1734233109
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Do you love the Lord, but still struggle with chronic clutter? Do you feel frustrated because it seems like decluttering and organizing systems only work for others but not for you? Does your struggle with clutter feel like an oppressive stronghold? Come In, Lord, Please Excuse the Mess! is a spiritual recovery book to help you break free from the mental, emotional, and physical strongholds of clutter bondage. Every chapter provides fresh, new insight into the cause of the problem, with guidelines on how to go about breaking the chains of clutter bondage through strategic prayer and action steps. In Come In, Lord, Please Excuse the Mess! you will learn how to: Break through the debilitating shame and embarrassment associated with clutter;...move out of the paralyzing inertia of overwhelmment;...defeat chaos, confusion, indecision, emotional/mental paralysis, guilt, and avoidance;...release, relinquish, and let go of unnecessary stuff;...and deal once & for all with the debris of your past;...experience genuine healing and transformation in the journey out of clutter bondage. Come In, Lord, Please Excuse the Mess! is a recovery guide to empower you to take a stand and break off the chains of clutter bondage, so you can enjoy the freedom to live the awesome, creative life that God has purposed for you!

Good Practice In Promoting Recovery And Healing For Abused Adults

Author : Jacki Pritchard
ISBN : 9780857007230
Genre : Family & Relationships
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What constitutes real recovery for adult victims of abuse? Current support offered to adults is often poorly planned and informed; this book sheds light on the true impact of abuse and how it can be healed. Good Practice in Promoting Recovery and Healing for Abused Adults explores the idea of 'recovery' being something physical in the short-term and 'healing' as an emotional process for long-term work. The book features chapters written by practitioners and researchers from various backgrounds and gives an insight into how to be creative in helping both male and female victims through recovery and healing processes. The prologue introduces the views of victims themselves before the opening chapter considers how recovery and healing should fit into the adult safeguarding process. The chapters then describe creative therapeutic methods which can be employed to help victims recover and to heal in different settings, whilst highlighting the long-term effects of abuse and the subsequent issues to be addressed. The issues covered range from child sexual abuse, domestic abuse and sex trafficking to the abuse of men and holocaust victims. With pedagogical features throughout, the book is essential reading for social workers, nurses, housing officers, support workers, counsellors, therapists, and for anyone working with adults who have experienced abuse in childhood or adulthood.
Category: Family & Relationships

Recovery Healing And Restoration Through Isaiah 54

Author : Edith A. Chillo
ISBN : 9781628576863
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One day, seemingly from out of nowhere, through two dreams and a vision, God moves me to a setting under the Shadow of His Almighty Wings. From this peaceful place, God begins to heal me from pain and wounds I did not know I carried, and which over three decades and across three continents continuously held me in bondage. This past emanated from a breakup with a star soccer player in one of Kenya’s national soccer clubs. He was open to polygamy to be with me. As a Christian, I was not; we broke up. By that time, I had a daughter with him. She grew up knowing only the first name of her biological father and that he abandoned us. Beyond this, I never spoke about him and never thought about him. Unknown to me, I did not heal from the breakup. Three decades later, I received a visitation from God. Through the Holy Spirit talking to me as a person right next to me, Christ recovers this past I long buried, reveals to me how wounds from the breakup, unknown to me, tossed me from one complex relationship to another. Christ heals me from these pains, and then restores me to the knowledge and acceptance of the sufficient grace of God.