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Wholistic Spiritual Healing

The Body (Part 6)

Intuition and the body It is estimated that only 5% of our brain capacity is within conscious awareness. This means that we have another 95% of brain/consciousness capacity we can tap. Applied Kinesiology (AK) provides methods for using the body to...

The Body (Part 5)

Emotional releases during complementary therapy treatments Massage can release emotional memories stored in muscles, as described above. The mechanism for such releases is probably complex. In some ways it appears similar to the releases of the...

The Body (Part 4)

Reinforcement/Conditioning If you pair a stimulus to the body with an emotional experience, the emotional experience becomes “anchored” in the body. The stimulus could be anything from the touch of a finger to a traumatic injury. This...

The Body (Part 3)

How does the body take on the mind's problems? There are many answers to this question. Stress hormones, nerves, and the immune system connect with various parts of the body. These are the physical levels of connection, which are wonderfully complex...

The Body (Part 2)

In wholistic medicine, the body is part of a larger system, including also emotions, mind, relationships (with each other and with the environment) and spirit. This tradition acknowledges that the body has its physical functions and processes that...

The Body ( Part 1)

In conventional medicine, the body is the starting point for addressing most of people’s ills. Many in this tradition believe that we are the physical products of our genetic inheritance, shaped by the physical environment, and slated - when the...

Intuition (Part 5 of 5 parts)

Qualitative aspects of intuitive perceptions In intuitive health assessments, intuition may speak through any of our senses. Some healers access intuitive information through the aura – as described above. Others may hear words that alert them to...

Intuition (Part 4 of 5 parts)

ESP as we have defined and studied it may not be the way it actually functions. It is impossible to separate the various ESP modalities from each other. An instance of presumed telepathy actually could be clairsentience, where the intuitive person...

Intuition (Part 3 of 5 parts)

Where does the muse reside? Various explanations have been suggested. It is possible to know information without inputs through our five ordinary senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. We call these psychic impressions.

Intuition (Part 2 of 5 parts)

There are layers of processes involved in intuition including, Automatic responses from previous experiences and memory. When we learn a skill such as driving a car, we initially have to practice each component of turning on the engine, releasing...