Transpersonal Medicine: The New Approach to Healing Body-Mind-Spirit
"Transpersonal Medicine " chronicles the pioneering efforts to apply a transpersonal orientation to the field of medicine. Broken into three parts, it reviews the underlying principles of transpersonal medicine. Part one focuses on ritual as a means of cross-personal empowerment. Part two is devoted to the personal ritual, the process of empowering one's inner strengths and wisdoms. Part three is dedicated to direct experiences and issues involved in medicine. The book includes interviews with leading researchers in each field of topics.
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altered approach archetypal aspect awareness begin behavior belief biofeedback blood body bodymind brain breathing cancer cells clinical collective unconscious complex components consciousness context create cultures Dean Ornish death described dimensions disease dying effect emotional energy enhance example experience experienced fear feel Frank Lawlis healer healing process heart human humor immune immune system important individual influence Jeanne Achterberg John Schneider Larry Dossey lives major meaning mental mind multiple myeloma multiple personality disorder nonlocal one's ourselves pain participants patients perception perspective physical physiological problem psychological reality realm relationship relaxation response ritual sciousness self-concept sense shaman shift sonal space spiritual story stress subpersonalities sweat lodge symbols techniques therapeutic therapist therapy tion transformation transition transpersonal imagery transpersonal medicine treatment understanding white blood cells