The Wu Way: A Path to Natural Healing

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Pennyroyal Press, 1992 - Health - 235 pages
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The WU WAY, A PATH TO NATURAL HEALING, is more than just another wholistic self-help book. Inspired by the ancient whole-istic oriental philosophy of Wu Wei, "not forcing things against the will of nature," THE WU WAY offers its readers a modern, practical system for understanding & applying the timeless lost art of harmonious dis-ease preventive natural living. Asserting that true wellness comes only as a product of harmonization with Nature's subtle but profound laws, THE WU WAY presents a detailed expose of our symptom rooted "de-evolving" divorce from Nature & the ensuing sickness of our earthly environment, & all facets of earthly life. Among the topics THE WU WAY focuses on are: diet-related illness, the lost art of natural disease prevention, & the general deterioration of human life & health in body, mind & spirit. Finally, THE WU WAY is much more than just another consciousness raising book. It provides each reader with a UNIQUE INDIVIDUALIZED whole-istic healing regime through its bio-energetic based body--wellness recommendations which include muscle tolerance testing methods, mental & emotional awareness exercises, & spiritual visualization & meditation techniques. Thus THE WU WAY offers profound, yet practical, whole-istic healing solutions designed to address each reader's unique individual nature, as it assists them with true, heartfelt inspirational guidance back to the path of natural living in this unnaturally dis-eased world. Order from: Pennyroyal Press, Inc., 2660 Airport Road, South, Naples, FL 33962.

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Contents

Chapter Two The Unnatural Body
17
Chapter Three The Wu Way to a Natural Body
71
Chapter Four The Unnatural Human Mind
125
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About the author (1992)

Mincolla is a dedicated whole health counselor, as a nutrition and holistic therapist. He graduated from Franklin Pierce College with a B.A. in Psychology, received a M.A. in nutrition from Goddard College, and a PhD in Health and Human Services.

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