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The World Health Organization defines health as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. But illness has meaning and can express mineral or vitamin deficiencies, inherited or acquired weakness, or the location of toxins in the system. An approach focused on treating them doesn't cure the pathology that caused them, and they can show up in another manner. Iridology is a method of examining the iris, the colored portion of the eye, to establish an assessment of health and vitality. By analyzing the color, the texture, and the pigmentation of the iris, we can determine inherited and genetic predispositions toward certain illnesses. Iridology can contribute to the well-being of the person by treating the origins of the symptoms. Observing the body's needs through the panoramic view of the iris, you can take care of your health in a simple and efficient manner. Discover the benefits of iridology.
When we enter a theta brain state, we are able to connect to the Creator of All That Is - in this state, we download incredible knowledge that has the power to heal us from the inside out. ThetaHealing is a healing modality that utilizes focused prayer in combination with theta brain waves to enable powerful shifts in subconscious beliefs, transforming them into positive patterns. The one requirement that is absolute with ThetaHealing is the central belief in an energy that flows through all beings: The Creator of All That Is. The Creator goes by many names: God, Allah, Life Force, Yahweh, Goddess, Holy Spirit, Jesus, Source, etc. Whatever name you use for it, it is the driving force of all life on Earth, and the energy that we connect to in a theta brain state to activate spiritual, emotional and physical healing. In her first book, Vianna explained the step-by-step processes of ThetaHealing - belief work, feeling work, digging work and gene work - and offered an introduction to the seven planes of existence. In this book, she gives detailed instructions to connect to the Creator when we have climbed through the seven planes, and, most importantly, the fascinating knowledge that the Creator then shares with us in that state. This knowledge first changed Vianna's life in 1995 and has since transformed thousands of people's lives.
Do you wish you had more energy to do the things you love? You can be in greater control of your health right now! In The Little Book of Energy Medicine, Donna Eden provides simple, easy exercises to enhance the balance, flow and harmony of your body's energy system. This practical handbook is based on Donna's 35 years of experience teaching thousands of people natural techniques to instantly feel rejuvenated, happier, more alert and less anxious. It couldn't be simpler. The exercises can be done at a moment's notice and are suitable for all ages. Put an end to stress, fatigue, mood swings, worry and anxiety, and start the day feeling greater joy and vitality with The Little Book of Energy Medicine.
A guide to working with the chakras to heal emotional wounds, release physical tensions, explore psychic abilities, and awaken spiritual energies * Explores each chakra on the physical, psychological, psychic, and spiritual level and explains how the chakras can be understood as an embodied map of the psyche, linked with different stages of development * Details the author's system of Chakra Therapy, which integrates healing touch with chakra visualizations * Offers practical exercises to nourish and support each chakra as well as practices for daily chakra maintenance In this in-depth guide to working with the chakras, author Glen Park draws on her decades of experience as a Chakra Therapist to explain how the chakras can be understood as an embodied map of the psyche, with each chakra representing a different stage of development from infancy and childhood through adulthood, with the Heart Chakra playing a central role in awakening the spiritual potential of the upper chakras. She examines each chakra individually on the physical, psychological, psychic, and spiritual level, as well as through the lens of the solar (masculine) and lunar (feminine) channels. She shows how the connections between the chakras and developmental stages are paralleled in the findings of Western psychology and neuroscience and how our collective expressions of the chakras influence cultural trends in society. The author's system of Chakra Therapy integrates healing touch with guided chakra visualizations, offering practical exercises to nourish and balance each chakra so it can be integrated and in harmony with the entire chakra system. She explores how to work with the Heart Chakra for deep transformation and self-healing, including healing emotional wounds from childhood and enabling the psychic and spiritual levels of the Throat and Eye Chakras to develop, with the potential of opening to the divine realm of the Crown Chakra. Sharing case studies from her Chakra Therapy practice, she shows how we gain a richer understanding of ourselves both mentally and physically by working with the chakras, opening ourselves to the potential for deep soul growth and transformation.
A herbalist for the Alchemist's Kitchen in New York City offers a captivating introduction to CBD oil--what it is, how it can improve your health, and how to use it for personal wellness. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating, non-psychoactive, anti-inflammatory compound of the cannabis plant with enormous therapeutic potential. It can relieve stress and anxiety, as well as a wide range of conditions including muscular discomfort and chronic pain. Zachary Clancy, a CBD activist and ambassador at New York City's Alchemist's Kitchen, shares his knowledge of this healing oil and provides recipes to try in daily practice. He covers the exciting science behind CBD, explores all the properties of the cannabis plant, and offers hints on how to use it most effectively. Beautifully illustrated throughout, this authoritative guide suggests ideas for self-care and daily pleasure that will enhance mind, body, and spirit.
As the survivor of cancer for over 15 years, Chris Wark, bestselling author of Chris Beat Cancer, knows the daily struggles involved in healing from cancer. In this daily devotional, Wark offers nuggets of inspiration, encouragement and actions you can take to support your healing path. His trademark positivity and energy will provide you with a life-affirming and forward-looking thought to help each day become more manageable and to get you through to the next. Through scripture, quotes, health tips and real-life stories, Wark provides the foundations for a healing mindset - mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
This expert guide provides yoga teachers with the skills they need to understand how to care for and improve their voices technically, as well as how to express themselves authenticity and effectively as a teacher. Being able to give instruction clearly and with emotional intelligence is part of the personal development that each yoga teacher goes through. This book offers instruction, support and ideas on how to embark on the journey of yoga teaching with greater confidence and mindfulness. After the basics in vocal projection, inflection and intonation are covered, the book details the psychological significance of believing in your own value and finding what makes each teacher unique and accessible to their students. It includes advice on safe boundaries in the student/teacher relationship, self-care, and tips on how to deal with common teaching mishaps with grace and humour. Improvisation techniques and personal stories from other teachers help to expand the reader's skills further to create an affirming, practical guidebook for all yoga teachers.
For thousands of years, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has helped countless people with their health, and is still widely sought after today-especially by those all over the world who are intrigued by natural healing and healthcare. The culture underlying TCM is broad and the information incredibly extensive, which means it can be difficult to know where to start for those who are interested in learning. This book does just that, providing both an encyclopedia of knowledge in the field, while also acting as a practical manual to guide readers to greater health. It offers an effective, easy-to-learn set of daily TCM skills and expert advice on how to use them. Through this book, you can learn: Basic concepts such as yin-yang, the five elements, meridians and acupoints, qi, blood flow and constitution How to judge your own health status through constitution tests and develop a personalized health plan for yourself How to make external adjustments for your health through TCM practices such as acupressure, cupping, scraping, heat treatment, acupuncture, massage and other methods TCM methods of natural internal adjustments including food therapy, herbal medicine, breathing techniques, sleep, meditation, qigong and other practices that will enhance your physical and mental health from the inside out A twelve-hour regimen with adaptations for each of the four seasons, stages in life, times of day, and place where it is practiced, allowing readers to customize the plan to their lives
At times of stress, getting out into the natural environment works wonders: it is widely acknowledged to have a calming effect on us both physically and mentally. In Japan, they have a special term for this: shinrin-yoku, 'forest bathing'. In this book, Sarah Devos and Katriina Kilpi explain just what forest bathing involves. They provide specific advice on how to approach the concept: exactly where you should be, the best times to choose and all the things you can experience to connect deeply with nature. All this plus easily achieved hands-on assignments, space in which to note down your observations, and tips on how to integrate the forest even more deeply into your everyday life.
Brings Ayurveda, and all of its healing power, into the 21st century Ravinder Bhogal, writer, chef & TV presenterHealth journalist and sceptic Emine Rushton was converted to an Ayurvedic approach during pregnancy, when she discovered how eating and living according to the ancient Indian principles of Ayurveda rebalances the body for the better. Ayurveda teaches that we each have a dosha - a basic body type that defines our personality and physical wellbeing, from the foods we crave to those that spark intolerances and increase weight gain. This book decodes this 5,000-year-old science of wellbeing specifically for busy, modern lives. It shows just how simple and practical a body-balancing seasonal lifestyle can be, helping you beat stress, lose excess weight and feel energized and positive every day.Ayurveda for Modern Life guides your through the process of determining your dosha type, and teaches how to eat for your own dosha and make your body feel light, vital, energized and well again. It offers a simple 3-day nutrition plan, as well as 20 delicious, seasonal recipes that can be made using ordinary supermarket ingredients. This ultimate guide to living the Ayurveda way also includes expert advice from leading nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik, TCM practitioner Annee de Mamiel and the founder of The Organic Pharmacy, Margo Marrone.