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The Subtle Body Practice Manual: A Comprehensive Guide to Energy Healing by Cyndi Dale (Sounds True)

Cyndi Dale's The Subtle Body has become the go-to guide for anyone who wants to learn about the many varieties of energy healing. With The Subtle Body Practice Manual Dale, an internationally respected author and spiritual scholar, offers a practical instruction manual for putting energy healing into action. Filled with information, step-by-step guidance, diagrams, and insights, the book is an expansive how-to manual that covers practices from a vast range of holistic healing and energy medicine traditions, including:

  • The six core energy techniques.
  • Energetic diagnosis practices to determine which kind of modality will be most effective for specific health issues.
  • Setting strong and flexible energetic boundaries, with special guidance for those in the healing professions.
  • Techniques for working with the subtle aspects of the body, emotions, and the subconscious mind.
  • Practices for healing through the chakras, the meridians, chi, breathwork, auric fields, sacred geometry, acupressure, and music.

Dale, president of Life Systems Services, writes that all medicine is energy medicine – which is why subtle energy practices can be used to complement and enhance any approach to healing or self-care.

The Subtle Body Practice Manual gives readers a wealth of information about subtle energy healing. In part 1, they learn about energy medicine and the energetic anatomy, which is made of energy fields, channels, and centers. Part 2 prepares them for serving as subtle energy healers, whether they are laypersons or well-decorated professionals.

Subtle energy practitioners have special considerations that self-healers do not, and the book covers these unique concerns in part 2. For instance, in order to build and maintain a thriving practice as a subtle energy healer of any stripe, they must foster trust and confidence with clients and patients. They need to be well informed about modalities other than their own and be whole-heartedly willing to recommend complementary options when a situation calls for it. They must also follow a code of ethics that incorporates the sometimes unusual considerations of working with subtle energy, such as the use of intuition or spiritual energies. Dale gives readers an array of philosophies and tools that can help them with trust and ethics; using intuition, intention, and prayer; setting energetic boundaries; and even setting up an office and conducting a client session.

The ideas and techniques in part 2 of The Subtle Body Practice Manual are certainly vital to the subtle energy professional, but they're also applicable to the layperson. To hand out advice on herbs to friends is to wear the mantle of subtle energy practitioner. And so everyone is beholden to learn as much as they can about subtle energy protocol as well as the methods available for self- and other care.

Part 3 features hundreds of techniques available to the subtle energy healer for healing body, mind, and soul. The Subtle Body Practice Manual is the how-to reference for healing work, showcasing techniques from ancient to contemporary times, developed around the world. From homeopathy to gemstone healing, from meditation to using food as medicine, it's all here. Chapter 3 not only expands readers’ understanding of the art and science of subtle energy medicine, but also shows them how to apply that understanding using methods and techniques that are practical, accessible, effective, and fun.

Spiritual scholar Dale (The Subtle Body) offers a comprehensive guide for practitioners of energy healing. There’s a cornucopia of healing modalities and practices, she explains, ranging from Eastern and Western medicine to field-based healing and bodywork... Written in a clear and compassionate yet businesslike tone, this work will be a go-to guide for anyone considering energy healing as a vocation or avocation. – Publishers Weekly, June 2013
Cyndi Dale has accomplished something that I haven't yet seen done by any other author for this genre. She masterfully presents a very personable, understandable, and comprehensive exploration of the science and practice of energy medicine from ancient times through now. This is one of the most understandable explanations of how energy medicine therapies work that I have ever read. – Cynthia Hutchison, Director of the Healing Touch Program
The Subtle Body Practice Manual is pure, healing treasure – and everyone from doctors and healthcare practitioners to parents and teachers will find life-changing information and practices in these pages. An invaluable resource. – Christiane Northrup, M.D., OB/GYN physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause
Cyndi Dale is clearly the 21st century expert on energy medicine – she takes the reader to the leading edge of this emerging, exciting field with her brilliant insight and intuition. This is the perfect encyclopedic guide to harnessing the energetic wisdom of both ancient and modern traditions in a hands-on way. Everyone – patients and practitioners – would benefit by having this book on their shelves for reference and for everyday living. – Deanna Minich, PhD, health expert and author of Chakra Foods for Optimum Health

Presented with Dale's thorough scholarship and clear writing style, The Subtle Body Practice Manual provides professionals and laypersons alike with an indispensable resource on the many varieties and applications of energetic care – so readers can begin using these practices in their own lives. 

Energetic Boundaries, audioCDs by Karla McLaren (Sounds True) We know that the physical surface of our bodies serves as a biological shield to protect us, but, according to the author, we also possess an energetic field of protection – an invisible force essential to our health and well-being. In Energetic Boundaries Karla McLaren, empath (emotional intuitive) and healer specializing in the field of physical and emotional trauma work, invites you to explore the unseen energy fields and shows you how to evaluate and stabilize imbalances in your personal energy.

Many health-care workers attempt to set boundaries physically, verbally, or by isolating themselves from others, but these techniques are not always effective because they don’t address the real issue in boundary troubles, which is that we lose our energy or our “sense of self” in our jobs or relationships. This course, with a study guide and 6 CDs, is a “wellness toolbox” filled with preventative and emergency solutions for protecting your Energetic Boundaries and for maintaining healthy energetic balance.

Highlights include

  • Discovering your Elemental Nature using the five elements, earth, air, water, fire and nature, to understand the specific types of boundaries you need
  • Energy hygiene for healers, teachers, and counselors – and their clients
  • Rituals to help make your transition from work to home easier
  • Meditations for clearing energy before and after work or healing sessions
  • Invocations for seeking the wisdom of the ancestors
  • Simple techniques to create strong boundaries between the outside world and your sacred living space
  • Methods for grounding your aura and your charkas
  • Understanding the elemental and energetic aspects of addictions
  • The three stages of initiation: transforming from trauma survivor into “Soul Warrior”
  • Spirit “hitchhikers” – identifying and addressing this common phenomenon of energetic invasion
  • Creating strong boundaries for public speaking and teaching

Aimed primarily at the healer/alternative health-care worker, containing more than seven hours of teaching material, Energetic Boundaries gives rituals and exercises to restore, protect, and strengthen boundaries while helping others develop healthy boundaries of their own.

Visionary Medicine: Real Hope for Total Healing by Simone Gabbay (ARE Press) We need a definitive ruling on questions that have been plaguing us since, since, well, since somebody told us there is a God; since somebody said, “Pray about it.” Questions like: Can prayer really heal? How does the mind affect the body? Why is good nutrition important for physical, mental, and spiritual health? How can exercise and massage help to improve well-being and prevent degenerative disease?

Visionary Medicine examines these and other questions from the perspective of the Edgar Cayce readings, drawing parallels to current research and to ancient and modern techniques of holistic healing. Gabby makes easy reading out of information generally thought to be beyond the scope of lay readers.

  • Readers learn how they can prevent and heal illness with:

  • Energy medicine

  • Movement therapy and bodywork techniques

  • Herbal remedies and aromatherapy

  • Holistic nutrition

  • Hydrotherapy

Many of these natural therapies recommended by Edgar Cayce have similarities to techniques employed in the traditional philosophies of yoga, Ayurveda, and traditional Chinese medicine. They are also represented in more recently developed healing methods, such as light therapy and magnetic field therapy. Visionary Medicine explains how each therapy contributes to total healing for the body, mind, and soul.

The publisher entrusted to carry on the Edgar Cayce legacy, A.R.E. Press, only puts out a handful of new books each year. Thank God they’re still around, because a book like Visionary Medicine needs to have an outlet. Why? Because, if there’s even one documented, verified case of prayer influencing healing, we need to know about it, because then, anything is possible. This book contains that information.

The Natural Medicine Guide to Bipolar Disorder by Stephanie Marohn (Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.), an innovative and inspiring book on natural medicine treatments to restore a healthy mind, is about healing bipolar disorder, not merely enduring it. Within these pages, the author, a medical journalist, explores the key contributing factors and triggers for mood disorder and profiles a range of effective, nondrug-based approaches that can truly restore health.

The Natural Medicine Guide to Bipolar Disorder promises “no more mood swings”, nothing less than healing for the condition formerly called manic depression. Among the successful healing techniques used by eight natural medicine experts especially interviewed for this book are biological medicine, applied psychoneurobiology, biochemical therapy, nutritional therapy, cranial osteopathy, allergy elimination, homeopathy, and shamanic healing.

The Role of Complementary & Alternative Medicine: Accommodating Pluralism edited by Daniel Callahan (Hastings Center Studies in Ethics: Georgetown University Press) Amid the tremendous technological advances in western medicine, increasing numbers of patients pursue complementary or alternative medical therapies. From acupuncture and chiropractic treatment to homeopathy and nutritional supplements, "CAM" therapies are widely accepted by much of the public but frowned upon by most physicians and researchers practicing orthodox medicine. In The Role of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, fourteen scholars from the fields of medi­cine, philosophy, sociology, and cultural and folklore studies examine the clash between growing public support and the hostility of clinicians and medical researchers.

At the center of the debate over comple­mentary and alternative medicine is how to measure scientifically the effectiveness of a particular treatment. Proponents and critics have different methodologies and standards of evidence, thus raising the question of how much pluralism is acceptable in a medical context. Implicit in the debate is a deep con­flict over differing worldviews and a struggle to define medicine in the modern age. The contributors' essays fall into two major cate­gories: those addressing the methodological problems of assessment and those focusing on the differing cultural perspectives at work in a patient's choice of treatment. While all the contributors are sympathetic to CAM, they offer careful critiques of its claims. They suggest a variety of ways that it can both be taken seriously and subjected to careful scrutiny.

Written for medical practitioners and researchers and scholars of medical issues, this book offers a rigorous yet balanced evaluation of the meaning and value of alternative therapies.

Healing Without Medication: A Comprehensive Guide to the Complementary Techniques Anyone Can Use to Achieve Real Healing by Robert S. Rister (Basic Health Publications) No matter what ails you – from acne and alcoholism to tension headaches and wrinkles – in Healing Without Medication you'll find detailed information that you can access and use with ease – Healing without Medication is your comprehensive guide to combining the best of science and nature to treat more than 300 health conditions.

In Part One, “Health Conditions” Rister presents the most current information on diseases and their non-pharmaceutical treatments – a full-service guide to a multitude of conditions (Achilles tendonitis, acne, age spots, allergies, anxiety, asthma …you get the picture). Health conditions are listed alphabetically, and each entry includes a description of the symptoms, information on treatment, and an explanation of the disease process. Readers will find extensive information on dosing, including the various forms in which some substances can be taken. A section on “understanding the healing process” describes the limitations and possibilities of both conventional medical treatment and self-care. Suggestions on how to cope with the condition are also offered, including lifestyle choices and changes that can help deal with the condition more easily and economically.

Part Two, “Healing Tools” is your guide to more than 150 nutritional supplements. The book offers information on the scientific and reliable uses of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytochemicals, enzymes, aromatherapies, homeopathics, and standardized herbs, again, referenced alphabetically. Properties, how each works in the body, typical dosages, traditional uses, benefits, and promising research studies are among the topics discussed.

And, if you are one of the millions who use prescription drugs, Part Three, “Healing Partners” provides you with invaluable – potentially lifesaving – information about drug interactions. A chart outlines known and potential interactions between many herbs, vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional supplements and commonly prescribed prescription drugs.
Rister is a fourth-generation herbalist with twenty years of experience helping people with limited resources to find ways to complement expensive health care. For today’s information-hungry, pro-active consumers, Healing without Medication provides up-to-date, fully-referenced summaries of complementary healing substances and methods for the most common health disorders and diseases.

Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Challenge and Change edited by Merrijoy Kelner, Beverly Wellman (Harwood Academic Publishers) Fourteen contributions address the growing CAM trend, its use and availability, research base, and future; and offer a model for integrative health services. Identifies the current state of knowledge about the use of complementary and alternative medicine, including who is using it, how it is being sought out, and why. Challenges those taking part in the debate over whether holistic medicine should be made mainstream.

Sacred Contracts: Awakening Your Divine Potential by Caroline Myss (Harmony Books) We all want to know why we are here, but figuring out the higher meaning of one's life can get lost in the press of daily obligations. When we do take the time to reflect on our life's mission, the question itself can be so intimidating that it seems unanswerable. How should we begin the process of trying to comprehend our spiritual purpose?

In Sacred Contracts, New York Times bestselling author and teacher Caroline Myss addresses the essential question of a lifetime. "In my years of work as a medical intuitive [one who intuitively `sees' illness in a person's body], I have frequently been asked, `Why am I sick and how can I heal?"' says Myss. "But even more often, and more insistently, I'm asked, `Why am I here? What should I be doing with my life?' At our very core, we want and need to know our real purpose, for health as well as spiritual reasons."

When asked these questions over the years, Myss would direct people to pray for guidance. But as valuable as prayer is, she wondered if there wasn't a more concrete process by which they could bring clarity to their lives and discover their respective missions. "I eventually realized that the answer lies in learning to see the symbolic meaning of our experiences," says Myss. "If we can figure out our own unique Big Picture, we can choose to see the deeper meaning of the daily events of our lives, to rise above whatever is happening and see it in the larger framework."

The key is coming to understand what Myss calls the Sacred Contract‑the sum of the many agreements each of us creates with Divine guidance and then deliberately "forgets," all before birth. "Too often we mistake our career as our Sacred Contract, which is much too limited a view," says Myss. "Our Contract is not the physical details of our lives; it is a learning process, something we're supposed to be rather than do." To illustrate the point, Sacred Contracts examines the lives of regular people as well as some of the great spiritual masters and prophets‑Abraham, the Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad. Sacred texts show that even these men did not grow up knowing that they had a divine destiny; even they had to learn about their Contracts‑and Myss shows us how to do so as well.

The first step is to determine the twelve archetypal patterns that govern your psyche and soul. An archetype is an energy that is shared in many people's thoughts and emotions across cultures and countries; examples include Mother, Judge, Damsel, Knight, Clown, Martyr, and Vampire. Your specific collection of archetypes determines in large part how you see your world; when you recognize the pattern of a particular archetype at work in your life, you can home in on your most pressing issues and emotions.

Once you see situations through an archetypal lens, you realize that each event and each person in your life plays a role meant to serve you, whether it be in a painful or a joyful way. Every experience that we have suddenly has purpose and meaning. "When you understand that your life is structured in such a way as to best help you to achieve your highest potential, it becomes possible for you to trust that everything that is meant to come your way will arrive in due time, that you will be with the right people at the right moment, and that divine guidance endlessly flows into your soul," says Myss. "Sacred Contracts is meant to remind people that your life is a spiritual journey disguised as a physical experience. We need to learn how to take our raw experiences and melt them down into the gold that they are."

The Toltec Path of Recapitulation: Healing Your Past to Free Your Soul by Victor Sanchez (Bear and Co.) A ten-step technique, based on the teachings of the Toltecs, that allows the reader to heal from traumatic life events and emerge with new energy and direction. What if it were possible to revisit the traumatic or difficult events of our past and emerge renewed, re-energized, and healed from the damage left within us by these events? The practice of Recapitulation can do just this through a series of energetic exercises that can ultimately free us from the repetitive emotional conflicts and persistent negative patterns that often result from trauma.

Victor Sanchez shares with the reader both the philosophy and practical applications of this ancient Toltec technique. Anyone who has lived through a long, difficult experience-perhaps a serious illness, broken relationship, sexual abuse, or a childhood spent in a divisive family environment-can benefit from this process. Recapitulation makes it possible to actually relive and resolve the events that have caused emotional distress. In this clear and straightforward workbook, the author guides readers through the ten steps of Recapitulation and invites them to experience the powerful and positive new energy that results from healing the wounds of the past. The Toltec Path of Recapitulation offers an ancient ritual of renewal for the contemporary world.

Victor Sanchez has dedicated his life to the preservation of the traditions of the indigenous peoples of Mexico with whom he has lived for 15 years. He is the author of The Teachings of Don Carlos and Toltecs of the New Millenium and conducts workshops worldwide. He lives in central Mexico.
* Introduces the practice of Recapitulation, a method used by the indigenous people of Mexico to restore balance to the psyche.
* Ideal for people suffering the effects of childhood trauma, broken relationships, abuse, depression, anxiety, and other psychological stresses.
* Written by Victor Sanchez, author of The Teachings of Don Carlos.

What if it were possible to revisit the traumatic or difficult events of our past and emerge renewed, re-energized, and healed from the damage left within us by these events? The practice of Recapitulation can do just this through a series of energetic exercises that can ultimately free us from the repetitive emotional conflicts and persistent negative patterns that often result from trauma.

Victor Sanchez shares with the reader both the philosophy and practical applications of this ancient Toltec technique. Anyone who has lived through a long, difficult experience--perhaps a serious illness, broken relationship, sexual abuse, or a childhood spent in a divisive family environment--can benefit from this process. Recapitulation makes it possible to actually relive and resolve the events that have caused emotional distress. In this clear and straightforward workbook, the author guides readers through the ten steps of Recapitulation and invites them to experience the powerful and positive new energy that results from healing the wounds of the past. The Toltec Path of Recapitulation offers an ancient ritual of renewal for the contemporary world.  


Vibrational Medicine for 21st Century: The Complete Guide to Energy Healing and Spiritual Transformation by Richard Gerber, 22 charts & diagrams (Eagle Brook) Dr. Gerber provides a user-friendly guide with up-to-date information on alternative heath care. The author of the best-selling "Vibrational Medicine" moves from theory to self-help in this practical guide which takes into account the etheric body and energy medicine. 

In an age when more people choose to take responsibility for their own heath care, he provides accessible tools to deciphering subtle-energy fields, acupuncture, Bach flower remedies, crystals, radionics, chakras, meditation, and homeopathy, examining where these health options work best.
There are two ways to look at reality (and they are mutually exclusive): matter creates life, consciousness and self-consciousness, or consciousness and life create matter. The first is philosophical materialism, the second is idealism. Transferred to medicine, they are mechanists and vitalists. Modern day medicine is materialist/mechanist (and because of this false premise the medical establishment had to admit in July of 2000 that doctors are the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. Personally I think it's worse than that.) "Vibrational medicine" is idealist / vitalist; it's based on the premise that we are, in a sense, "solidified energy" (which modern physics has proven), and as such, can be treated with various "energy" medicines, e.g. acupuncture and homeopathy. The author covers these two, along with others such as treating disease with light, flower essences, and 'laying on of hands' healing. These parts are informative and useful. Sometimes, unfortunately, he strays into New Age nonsense such as "channeling." Except for these lapses, this is a very educational book, and I would highly recommend it for people who are interested in their health, or the health of their loved ones.

Energy Medicine: Subtle Energies, Consciousness, and the New Science of Healing (Sounds True) Drawn from the annual conferences of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM), this work gathers the latest findings from the frontiers of tomorrow's medicine, taking the listener on a historic, eye-opening tour of our potential as both healers and energetic beings.

ISSSEEM is a professional, scientific membership society organized to bridge current emerging energy‑related disciplines in medical science and practice, and to create a synthesis that a science of consciousness is supported by new mind/body paradigm. ISSSEEM's annual conferences provide an opportunity for physicians, nurses, scientists, therapists, healers, heal professionals, creative artists, laypeople, academics, and students from throughout the world gather as equals for professional learning and personal growth.

ISSSEEM publishes two periodicals. Bridge the ISSSEEM quarterly, is a resource for practitioners and other individuals. Subtle Energies at Energy Medicine is a peer‑reviewed scientific jots nay of research and commentary at the interface of several cutting‑edge fields, including complimentary and alternative medicine, applied psychophysiology and biofeedback, psi research, to new physics, and bioelectromagnetic medicine For information about ISSSEEM publication and educational events, please contact:

ISSSEEM / 356 Goldco Circle Golden, CO / 80403‑1347 Phone: (303) 425‑4625 FAX: (303) 425‑4685

Email: issseem@compuserve.com Web site: www.vitalenergyxomhssseem

Is the human body merely a complex biological machine, or is our health sustained by "subtle energies" that can be guided for healing? These are the questions posed by the field of energy medicine. Since 1990, the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine ‑ ISSSEEM ‑ has hosted the world's most eminent scholars and practitioners within this revolutionary new medical field. From the effects of bioelectromagnetic energy on the body to the healing effects of prayer to subtle energy practices of other cultures, Energy Medicine gathers the best of ISSSEEM's celebrated conferences into one thought‑provoking reference set. Twelve up‑to‑date, in‑depth, and authoritative presentations cover:

  • Larry Dossey, M.D. on Consciousness, Energy, and Healing Dr. Dossey's revelations about the documented power of prayer took his book Healing Words to the top of The New York Times bestseller list. Here, he presents remarkable evidence that we can heal others energetically ‑ even from thousands of miles away.
  • Jeanne Achterberg, Ph.D. on Spirituality and Ritual in Healing Many cultures use symbols and ritual to heal the "rent" in both the personal and social fabric. Join Dr. Achterberg on a fascinating journey to a world where illness is a community ‑ not an individual ‑ concern
  • Charles Tart, Ph.D. on Exploring Our Fears of the Paranormal Renowned for his groundbreaking writings on the scientific/paranormal interface, this influential author challenges contemporary science to apply its own standards of objectivity to energetic events.
  • John Upledger, D.O., O.M.M. on Unexplainable Phenomena and Medical Practice The founder of craniosacral therapy explores the relationship between his pioneering techniques and the subtle energies within us that inform and direct healing.
  • Peter Russell, MA., D.C.S. on Healing the Roots of Global Malaise A brilliant physicist, psychologist, and mediator brings science and spirituality together in "deep mind," where quantum physics meets the divine in the light of human consciousness.
  • Elliott Dacher, M.D. on Creating an Integrated Healing Model The mind/body split ‑ typically considered detrimental by the alternative health community is actually essential to the evolution of human consciousness, argues Dr. Elliott Dacher in this thought‑provoking presentation.
  • Beverly Rubik, Ph.D. on Subtle Information in Healing In a brilliant synthesis of physics and biology, this eminent scholar and consultant offers a new model for understanding the energetic interplay between living systems ‑including that between healer and healee.
  • Elmer Green, Ph.D. on Observations of Meditators and Healers: The Copper Wall Experiments A Tibetan monk meditates in front of a very highly polished copper wall constructed on the north side of the temple. A magnetic compass hangs above him. Dr. Green reveals some far‑reaching implications of this research into the human electromagnetic field.
  • Robert O. Becker, M.D. on The Body Electric: Bioelectromagnetics and Energy Medicine We can now reprogram the brain to control addictions ‑ raising profound questions about both mind and body. Dr. Becker takes a mind­expanding look at bridging the scientific mainstream and subtle energy medicine as practiced today.
  • Jerry Wesch, Ph.D. on After the White Crow: Mystical Phenomena and the Scientific Perspective A "white crow" is an experience that upsets a previously unquestioned theory. Join former ISSSEEM president Dr. Wesch as he explores new ways of investigating. the subtle and mysterious while retaining a scientific perspective.
  • Caroline Myss, Ph.D. on Understanding Medical Intuition What is a medical intuitive? Can anyone learn to be one? The pioneer who is electrifying America with her radical analysis of wellness and power gives you the definitive answers.
  • Willis Harman, Ph.D. on Developing Intuitive Science As scientists begin assessing consciousness as a causal factor in research, Dr. Harman asks whether existing scientific models are adequate ‑ or if an entirely new research and evaluation model is needed.


Tape 1‑Side A: Consciousness, Energy, and Healing, Larry Dossey, MD. ‑ is arguably the most widely read author in the field of the scientific/spiritual interface. Dr. Dossey helped found the Dallas Diagnostic Association and is a past president of the Isthmus Institute of Dallas, an organization dedicated to exploring the convergences of science and religion.

Tape 1‑Side B: Spirituality and Ritual in Healing, Jeanne Achterberg, Ph.D. ‑ is acclaimed for her work on the use of imagery in healing, psychoneuroimmunology, behavioral strategies for reducing pain and anxiety, and the role of women in health care. She teaches contemporary neuropsychology at the Saybrook Institute and consults for the National Institute of Health.

Tape 2‑Side A: Exploring Our Fears of the Paranormal, Charles Tart, Ph.D. ‑ broke new ground in the 1960s, when he publicly questioned science's rigid views of reality. Currently a professor of psychology at the University of California‑Davis, he is the author of the seminal Altered States of Consciousness and Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential, among many other writings.

Tape 2 ‑Side B Unexplainable Phenomena and Medical Practice, John Upledger, D.O., OMM‑ is a respected pioneer and author in the field of craniosacral therapy. He is the founder and president of the Upledger Institute, an educational and clinical resource center for noninvasive medical therapies.

Tape 3‑Side A: Healing the Roots of Global Malaise, Peter Russell, M.A., and D. C. S. ‑ holds degrees from Cambridge University; England in theoretical physics, computer science, and experimental psychology. His highly acclaimed books include The Global Brain Awakens and The White Hole in Time.

Tape 3 ‑ Side B:  Creating an Integrated Healing Model, Elliott Dacher, M.D. ‑ is an innovator in the development of a pluralistic, person‑centered, integrated healing model that links conventional and alternative approaches. He is the author of Whole Healing and Intentional Healing.

Tape 4‑Side A: Subtle Information in Healing, Beverly Rubik, Ph.D. – earned doctorates degrees in chemistry and biophysics before founding the Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University. A popular lecturer, consultant, and respected author, she is listed in the Who’s Who of Science and Technology.

Tape 4‑Side B: The Body Electric: Bioelectromagnetics and Energy Medicine, Robert O. Becker, MD. ‑ is the original researcher and acknowledged authority on the effects of electromagnetic fields on living organisms. His book, The Body Electric, documents both positive effects of electricity ‑ such as limb regeneration ‑ and the health dangers of common electromagnetic fields.

Tape 5 ‑ Side A: After the White Crow: Mystical Phenomena and the Scientific Perspective, Jerry Wesch,  ‑ is a past president of ISSSEEM. Currently a National Institute of Health‑funded AIDS/HIV investigator, he has spent more than a decade on the front lines of clinical mind/body health care.

Tapes‑Side B: Observations of Meditators and Healers: The Copper Wall Experiments, Elmer Green, Ph.D. ‑ is a cofounder of SSSEEM and coauthor of Beyond Biofeedback. His experiments at the Menninger Foundation, documenting anomalous electric field effects in and around the bodies of recognized healers, redefined science's understanding of subtle energies

Tape 6 ‑ Side A: Understanding Medical Intuition, Caroline Myss, Ph.D. ‑ is a leading medical intuitive whose work with Dr. Norman Shealy, founder of the American Holistic Medical Association, helped define the role of emotion in human health. She is the author of Anatomy of the Spirit and Why People Don't Heal and How They Can.

Tape 6‑Side B: Developing Intuitive Science, Willis Harman, Ph.D. ‑ became involved in the human potential movement in the early 1960s. He later co-founded the World Business Academy, and at the time of his death in 1997, was president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences.

Igniting Intuition: Unearthing Body Genius: Six Ways to Create Health, Happiness, and Almost Everything Else in Your Life by Christiane Northrup and Mona Lisa Schulz (Hay House)

 "After hundreds of years of believing and acting as if our minds, bodies, emotions, and states of health have no relationship to each other, our culture is finally waking up to the reality that every thought we think, every emotion we have, and every behavior that we engage in that follows from those thoughts and emotions can and do profoundly affect our health for better or worse.

"As a physician who has helped people heal. for over 20 years, and as a busy wife and mother who has dealt with all the day‑to‑day challenges of practicing what I preach in my own life, I've learned a great deal of practical skills and concepts that can help you use your own inner power to create health every day‑regardless of your .starting point. Nothing is more exciting than learning to trust what your body is trying to tell you and then acting on this knowledge. In this six‑tape program, you'll find information that you can instantly apply to your life in order to have more fun, heal, and begin to live in the way you've always dreamed of."

"Although we spend most of our lives in classrooms where we learn to develop our intellectual left brains, the irony is that the most important decisions we make in our lives are ultimately related to our intuitive hunches and gut feelings, rather than logical, rational thought. Intuition is defined as the capacity to make a correct decision with insufficient rational information. Interestingly enough, our left-brains may tell us the facts of a situation, but our body's intuitive wisdom always wins.

"All of us have an inner compass that intuitively points us in the direction we need to go in our lives and that also lets us know where not to go. Our task is to learn our body's unique intuitive language through symptoms of disease or a sense of well‑being. This six‑tape program is like an owner's manual for how to understand your intuitive language, and it speaks to you through your body."


In this six‑tape audio program, Christiane Northrup, M.D., and Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D., Ph.D., teach how to identify, work with, and transform thoughts, emotions, and behaviors along health enhancing lines; and show how to use the body's unique intuitive language to help heal body, mind, and soul.

 TAPE 1: Home on the Range‑Everyone needs a sense of belonging, safety, and security in the world. The health of our blood, immune system, bones, joints, and spine is dependent upon the emotions associated with these feelings of safety and security.

 TAPE 2: Show Me the Money‑We are all born with creative drives that direct us toward what we want in the outer world, including the areas of sex and relationships. How we negotiate these drives affects the pelvic organs, our urinary tract, and lower bowel.

TAPE 3: Working 9 to 5‑Everyone needs to feel good about their work and their skills. Our sense of adequacy and self‑esteem in the area of work influences the health of the stomach, upper bowel, kidneys, gall bladder, liver, and adrenal glands.

TAPE 4: Higher Love‑Our ability to express all emotions fully, as well as feel completely nurtured and partnered affects the health of the heart, lungs, breasts, shoulders, and esophagus.

TAPE 5: My Way or the Highway‑Each of us must find our own voice and be able to communicate fully, as well as know when to exert our will and when to wait on the will of Heaven. Communication, will, and timing issues affect the throat, mouth, jaw, thyroid, and neck.

TAPE 6: Let It Be‑The first half of this tape deals with how you perceive the world, how you think about what you see, and your sense of morals. These issues influence the health of the sense organs, including the nose, eyes, and ears, as well as the function of the brain.

 The second half of the tape addresses the importance of having a sense of your life's purpose and feeling connected to an order that is greater than your own ego. Genetic or life‑threatening illnesses, such as ALS or MS, are related to this emotional center.

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MAGNET THERAPY: An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide by William H. Philpott, Dwight K. Kalita, and Burton Goldberg (AlternativeMedicine.com)

Sleep on them, sit on them, and wrap them around your body. Harness the amazing power of magnets to improve your health, prevent disease, and heal many medical conditions. That's the message of Magnet Therapy, latest in Burton Goldberg's series of Alternative Medicine Definitive Guides.

Authored by William H. Philpott, M.D., and Dwight K. Kalita, Ph.D., with Goldberg, MAGNET THERAPY is a complete self‑help guide to using magnets to reverse a wide variety of health conditions‑including addictions, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart disease, infections, obesity, pain and injuries, sleep disorders, and women's health problems.

The book explains:

• How magnets heal
• How magnets diagnose disease
• Why magnetic fields are vital to health
• The fascinating history of magnet therapy  from Cleopatra to MRls
• What conditions can be treated with magnet therapy
• What types of magnets to use and how to use them for specific health conditions
• Dramatic results of magnet therapy
• The fixture of magnet therapy

A great deal of expertise went into the creation of Magnet Therapy. Author William H. Philpott, M.D., has specialty training and practice in psychiatry, electroencephalography, neurology, nutrition, environmental medicine, toxicology and orthomolecular psychiatry. Co‑author Dwight K. Kalita, Ph.D., is a medical journalist and co‑author of Brain Allergies and Victory Over Diabetes. Burton Goldberg is chairman of AlternativeMedicine.com and publisher of Alternative Medicine magazine. He maintains a comprehensive website at alternativemedicine.com


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