Health and Fitness

ThetaHealing - How Effective Is It?

If you don't know anything about ThetaHealing, you might be interested to read this article to discover how effective it is before you go and pay a lot of money for a small workshop. On the other hand, if you have done a workshop in ThetaHealing, I would like you to read this article and to be as honest as possible with yourself in evaluating the information given here. First, I want you to know that I have done the workshop ThetaHealing I, II, The advanced workshop, and the Intuitive Anatomy workshop. The first workshop was a weekend, as well as the second. The Intuitive Anatomy workshop was an intensive full three weeks. I addition, I have used ThetaHealing for more than one year. So, I believe I am in a good position to evaluate everything called ThetaHealing. Second, I am writing this article especially for people who are looking for the objective truth, for people who are not biased to any community, religion, or beliefs, for people who want to be honest about the world they are living in.

Healing Cures - One Of The Easiest Ways To Bring About Better Health

Healing cures are one of the easiest ways to heal yourself. There are several different types of organic remedies that we can use to help heal our bodies and diagnose issues 5 years in advance(Iridology). You can take your pick from Acupressure, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Essential Oils, Home Remedies, Homeopathic Medicine, Magnet Therapy, Healing Crystals, Acupuncture, and Iridology. That might seem like a lot of choices, and it is, but all of those natural healing methods can be used to make your body 100% healthier. It can sometimes be hard to maintain a healthy body. We are constantly surrounded by germs and viruses or you have a serious health issue like Liver problems or you get bad headaches, backaches, Allergies... etc. All these health issues can be healed naturally, without expensive medications or costly visit to the doctor's office. That is the beauty of healing cures, you can use them anytime, anywhere to help make you feel better. Using healing cures is nothing new, it has been used for centuries.

Sunlight Therapy - Natural Medicine for Natural Healing?

Sun worshippers have yet another reason to bask in the sun... Some healthcare providers believe that sunlight therapy can be effective in helping relieve a number of health conditions. A matter of fact, a recent study compared 100 patients in Canada, who suffered from depression. The conclusion of the natural health research demonstrated that patients who received light treatment responded faster without adverse side effects opposed to those receiving antidepressant medication. As a natural health medicine, sunlight therapy may well be on its way to proving what most of us already know -- sunshine generally makes us happier. Think back to a time when you were younger... wasn't it great to get out and play in the afternoon sun? And even as adults, we tend to soak up the rays with utter delight. The reason sunlight therapy may be as beneficial as it is for seasonal affected disorder (SAD; also seasonal depression) is primarily due to its ability to increase endorphins. These endorphins are what I'll call "happy hormones, " which generally promote a feeling of well being.

Always Tired? You Could Try Detox Foot Patches

We live in a hectic world, where there never seems to be enough time in the day. Looking after the kids, going to work, cleaning the house, the list of things seems unending. It's no wonder that many of us are just tired all the time. There are many things that we could do about this but if you are after a quick fix, a recently introduced product may have caught your eye. Detox foot pads are the latest health product that has got the nation talking. If you have watched late night infomercials you may have seen the adverts for detox foot patches. The arguments are certainly persuasive. Because of the environment and the way that we lead our lives, toxins accumulate in the body. By removing these toxins, the manufacturers claim that the footpads will improve your health. So the tiredness you always feel could be a thing of the past. The product is basically a pad similar to a large teabag. Inside, there is a mixture of detox herbs, chitin, bamboo vinegar and tourmaline. The pad is adhered to the foot and worn at night.

Healing An Unbeliever

I have known Rita Nicholls for many years. She owne d her own hairdressing salon, brought up two children, went through a long drawn out divorce, became a healer.... Yes, a healer. When I asked about this increasingly important aspect of her life she always prefaced replies with "I know you don't believe in this stuff but... " And, indeed, I didn't and perhaps I still don't but, having experienced this healing, I admit that, to quote Shakespeare, 'There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.' My first session was thrust upon me. In the barter system of women's lives, I had done some literary favours for Rita and her sister, Leslie, and they decided to give me a healing in lieu of a free lunch. Lying on cushions on my living room floor, a candle burning nearby and serene eastern music playing, I suppressed my desire to laugh and decided to give this a fair go. And go I did. Told to visualise a place where I felt safe, I was back in the craggy Stiperstones countryside of my native Shropshire.

ThetaHealing - The Truth About It

If you don't know anything about ThetaHealing, you might be interested to read this article to discover how effective it is before you go and pay a lot of money for a small workshop. On the other hand, if you have done a workshop in ThetaHealing, I would like you to read this article and to be as honest as possible with yourself in evaluating the information given here. First, I want you to know that I have done the workshop ThetaHealing I, II, The advanced workshop, and the Intuitive Anatomy workshop. The first workshop was a weekend, as well as the second. The Intuitive Anatomy workshop was an intensive full three weeks. I addition, I have used ThetaHealing for more than one year. So, I believe I am in a good position to evaluate everything called ThetaHealing. Second, I am writing this article especially for people who are looking for the objective truth, for people who are not biased to any community, religion, or beliefs, for people who want to be honest about the world they are living in.

Scientific Basis for Reiki and Other Energy Therapies

Currently almost half of adult Americans visit an alternative practitioner annually, spending over 20 billion, which exceeds the amount of out-of-pocket visits to mainline physicians. That in itself speaks volumes about the holistic care Americans are now demanding. Rapidly growing in popularity are the energy therapies; some examples are Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, Healing Touch, Qigong, Craniosacral, Acupuncture, Polarity, and Esoteric Healing. Reiki therapists are now present in my own Detroit area mega- hospitals such as Henry Ford, St. Johns, Wm. Beaumont and St Joseph's. Not only are they present but their numbers are growing. Energy therapy philosophy believes that people are surrounded by energy fields and these fields play a vital part in health and healing. Dysfunctional ways of thinking and relating to our world interrupt the flow of life force energy and cause a block, thus causing dis-ease in the organs deprived of chi. Science has found that wherever there is electricity, there is a magnetic field surrounding it (Gauss and Maxwell's laws of Physics) which makes humans both electrical and magnetic.

The Reiki Hand Positions - Breaking Free From Routine

It's easy to become obsessed with hand positions. What we should remember, though, is that they work best when seen as a step towards intuitive healing. They are like training wheels: once we have more experience we should let them go. Of course, the basic hand positions are useful, there is no denying that. They help us to re-charge and re-balance all of the main energy centres of the body; they work together to create a unified effect that is often very different from one achieved if we just randomly - and out of order - do all of the positions. But since each person is different; since each person has his or her own needs; it makes little sense to give everyone the same treatment. It's like saying we all need shoes, so we all have to have wear size 12. I will talk in more detail about the use of the hand positions in a subsequent article; but as a rule it is better to be flexible and let your intuition guide the placement of your hands. Reach out with your feelings and locate any spots that needs healing (energy) rather than simply moving blindly through positions 1-12.

How To Use Reiki Symbols

It seems that every year more and more Reiki symbols are being discovered and used. This can be exciting - especially for the person who "channels" them - but care must be taken. It is easy to miss the substance for the form. Symbols help you focus and maybe even tap into a certain energetic vibration; but they are not the energy itself. They are a passageway to the energy - nothing more, nothing less. It would therefore be a mistake to grow obsessed by them, because when we examine things closely, universal energy (rei - ki) is always the same. And it is this universal energy that does the healing, not the symbol. One potential pitfall for those obsessed by symbols is that they end up working very hard during their Reiki treatments. They keep focusing on the symbols, they keep trying to force more and more energy through them, and in the process they forget to empty themselves and become a clear channel. Think of it like a garden hose: when it is untangled with nothing inside (stones and junk etc.

Training in Traditional Chinese Medicine

When you're ready to achieve your degree or certificate in one of the world's most ancient healing arts, then you should acquire training in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). With programs ranging from certification in Tuina (Chinese medical massage) to a doctorate in Oriental medicine, the educational options are wide open. To earn your masters in acupuncture and Oriental medicine (MSTOM), training in traditional Chinese medicine entails anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, acupuncture and Oriental medicine (fundamentals, diagnosis, and treatment); acupuncture point locations, applications and theory; acupuncture and needling techniques; auricular acupuncture (ear acupuncture), Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Chinese herbology, Eastern nutrition, Tuina, moxibustion, cupping, and more. If you're interested in becoming a professional doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (DAOM) practitioner, comprehensive training in traditional Chinese medicine is critical. While courses vary with respect to prerequisites, general doctorate programs require a great deal of commitment;

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