A Common-Sense View of the Mind Cure

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Ancient Wisdom Publications, Jan 30, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 76 pages
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The turn of the century have introduced many progressive thinkers in the fields of esoteric doctrines, Spiritualism and Healing. Certain very important fields like nutrition science have not yet entered into the medical practice and diagnostic (hence Appendix A, by Graham Rice). Stress Management and other 21th Century ailments have not yet discovered due to their infancy. Mind Cure has managed to enter the mainstream Western Medical thinking without the outlandish claims of certain "Healing" books and schools of thoughts. The Mind Cure acknowledges the active role that the patient's mental state can take in resolving health problems, while not dis-regarding orthodox western medicine. Most of the advice in this book would likely be regarded as sensible, and at the very least, not harmful by many medical professionals. Nonetheless, please observe the caveat about 'medical advice, ' and consult with a doctor before using any of the treatments in this book.

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