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Grief and Degrief, Part 4 – Releasing Grief with Somatic Techniques

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The use of somatic treatments to address grief is both the unique factor and the integral part of the success of the Degriefing process. Treating the physical body is what differentiates Degriefing from other therapies that rely solely on talk … Continue reading

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Put Your Talents To Use

We already have a hard time remembering how our lives were before going indie. What we do remember is spending plenty of time in tall buildings, sitting at desks, and making slides like the world depended on it. Every other … Continue reading

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Waves of Energy – Taikyo Shiatsu

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Ping Lee’s training as an engineer comes in handy when he’s explaining the concept of energy. “Conceptualize the word air,” he says. “The Chinese have a lot of expressions with the word air. It sounds insignificant, so when you say … Continue reading

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Distant Healing and Research – A Mismatch or a New View?

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Research into distant healing requires us to have new eyes. Furthermore, it may require a leap into the collective consciousness. And therein lies only one of many challenges facing researchers in their quest. Even the term “distant healing” reflects a … Continue reading

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Breath Therapy: A Mind–Body Awareness Approach for Chronic Low-Back Pain Somatic Research

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Contemporary treatment for low-back pain runs the gamut, from the conventional to the alternative, with sufferers seeking relief any way they can. What if it were simply a matter of mindfulness and attention to the breath? In a small pilot … Continue reading

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Waves of Energy – Taikyo Shiatsu

Ping Lee’s training as an engineer comes in handy when he’s explaining the concept of energy. “Conceptualize the word air,” he says. “The Chinese have a lot of expressions with the word air. It sounds insignificant, so when you say … Continue reading

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Moving With T’ai Chi – Regaining Strength and Self-Esteem Despite MS

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In August 1977, Angelina Hekking was living on a kibbutz in Israel, exploring new horizons and possibilities for her life. She had been experiencing problems with headaches and strange sensations in her body before leaving her native Holland. During her … Continue reading

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