The Healing Power Of Hado – Toyoko Matsuzaki, Natsumi Blackwell, Toyoko Matsuzaki

According to ancient Chinese medicine and philosophy, everything releases energy, or chi. In the Japanese spiritual community, hado is a similar life-force energy that encompasses healing properties and transformative powers. Literally translated, it means “wave motion” or “vibration.” Once we become aware of it in our everyday lives, hado can spark great changes in our […]

Scientific Basis for Ayurvedic Therapies – Lakshmi C. Mishra

Arguably the oldest form of health care, Ayurveda is often referred to as the “Mother of All Healing.” Although there has been considerable scientific research done in this area during the last 50 years, the results of that research have not been adequately disseminated. Meeting the need for an authoritative, evidence-based reference, Scientific Basis for […]

Emotional Healing – Jan De Vries

In “Emotional Healing”, world-renowned alternative-health expert Jan de Vries turns his attention to the myriad of mental and emotional conditions that he has seen increase amongst his patients in recent years. This important new addition to the “Jan de Vries Healthcare” series offers practical advice on how to cope with the emotional effects of unhappy […]

Introduction to Alternative and Complementary Therapies – Anne L. Strozier, Joyce Carpenter, Anne L. Strozier

Discover creative new ways to facilitate the therapeutic process Therapeutic modalities that psychotherapists usually rely on–such as psychodynamic, humanistic, systems, cognitive, narrative, analytic and solution focused–are all verbal interventions. Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Therapies presents a comprehensive overview of complementary and alternative therapeutic interventions that go beyond the standard verbal approaches. The therapies presented […]

Teeth and Health – Jan van Baarle

Contains explanations of the symbolism of the geometrical form and the animal associated with each chakra. This chart includes three energy channels (Ida, Pingala and Sushumna) connecting the chakras, from the tailbone to the top of the head and an illustration of Yantra containing the phonetic transcription of the Sanskrit characters.