Holism & Health

“Birthing Trauma and the Amygdala”

The major precursor of our later amygdala responses is, I believe, in the very nature of our birthing. We are an evolutionary experiment. Due to our adoption of the full upright posture, the foetal head has become bigger and the female pelvis smaller. And so to enter the world (in itself a trauma), the head and body must undergo 180 degree twist.
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“A Meditation on Chi”

Chi is everywhere – Heaven’s Breath. Around us everywhere as etheric chi. When inspired into the body it is transmuted into bodily chi by the thymus, the controller of the acupuncture system. From there it flows through the meridians in a definite sequence, bestowing this energy, this “love,” on every organ and tissue. Then finally exiting to rejoin the etheric chi.
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“The Aura and the Soul”

The aura, the etheric body, is an external manifestation of the Soul, the God within.
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Video: Medicine and the Study of Human Nature

Enlightened medical training should encourage an understanding of human nature, including embracing the canon of enlightened culture.
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Audio Lecture: The Essence of Holistic Healing

In this thought-provoking and insightful discussion, Dr. Diamond considers what it really means to be a holistic healer. Ultimately the healer should feel not only that he and the patient are one whole, but that everything is a unity.
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“Disease Starts in the Mind – and Beyond It”

Disease starts in the mind, Paracelsus proclaimed. But so very few physical treaters even consider this fact – let alone attempt to alleviate.
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“Everyone an Instance of God”

Everyone is an Instance of God.
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“Your Aura Your Universe, Your Chakras Your Galaxies”

Your aura is the universe around you and your chakras the galaxies, all emanating from your Soul.
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“Feeling Determines Function”

As every artist knows, feeling determines form. And as every body-therapist knows, form determines function. So it is that feeling determines function.
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“The Only Certain Happiness”

“The only certain happiness in life is to live for others." - Tolstoy
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