Eastern and western approaches to healing: ancient wisdom and modern knowledge
This interdisciplinary work addresses the differences--and similarities--between Eastern and Western approaches to healing. Examines ancient practices, in light of modern knowledge, and reveals ways in which Eastern practices are being integrated into Western methods. This thought-provoking synthesis covers such topics as the mind-body problem, hypnosis, biofeedback and self-regulation, cerebral bilaterality, meditation and transcultural psychotherapy.
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