Released on 2013-10-01Categories Body, Mind & Spirit

The Magnetic Meditation Kit

The Magnetic Meditation Kit

Author: Ilchi Lee

Publisher:

ISBN: 1935127616

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 160

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Magnetic Meditation is a groundbreaking method of meditation in which you use the magnetic fields of magnets to feel, amplify, and circulate energy. Meditating for just 5 minutes with magnets will totally change your meditation experiences. Release stress, regain focus, and recharge your life with Magnetic Meditation. In just 5 minutes you will: * Feel your energy more quickly and easily * Shake off distracting thoughts more effectively * Focus and stay in the moment effortlessly * Replenish positive energy and refuel your life. The meditations in the book included in the kit are simple; you'll feel like you're playing a game. The detailed descriptions of each meditation are accompanied by clear illustrations demonstrating the technique. This kit provides the bullet-shaped hematite magnets used in the meditations in the book. It also provides a handy velvet pouch you can use to carry the magnets with you wherever you go to replenish your energy and peace of mind throughout the day.
Released on 1999-01Categories Family & Relationships

Magnetic Healing

Magnetic Healing

Author: Buryl Payne

Publisher: Lotus Press

ISBN: 9780914955429

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 218

View: 798

Magnetic Healing, Advanced Techniques for the Application of Magnetic Forces Magnetic Healing shows how magnetic forces help the body to heal itself by stimulating the biochemistry of the body so natural healing can take place.
Released on 2017-11-28Categories Medical

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Author: Richard A. Bermudes, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781615371051

Category: Medical

Page: 240

View: 685

Edited by clinicians who were involved with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) from the beginning, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Clinical Applications for Psychiatric Practice offers everything the mental health practitioner needs to know about this innovative and well-established treatment. It is increasingly clear that different combinations of biological, neurobehavioral, and symptomatic factors contribute to the problem of "treatment resistance" in psychiatric disorders. Fortunately, a number of neuromodulation approaches, including TMS, are providing more options for clinicians to combat psychiatric problems. However, guidance about how to identify patients who are good candidates for TMS and how to comanage them during treatment is scarce because instruction on this modality has yet to be integrated into most psychiatry residencies. Thus, this text fills a great need, providing clinicians with an evidence-based foundation for the efficacy and safety of TMS. Despite the rapid growth of this innovative option, many practitioners are unclear about how best to utilize TMS. The book addresses these clinical concerns systematically and thoroughly: - Clinical vignettes illustrate how to identify appropriate patients for referral to a TMS clinician.- Discussions of treatment resistance, psychiatric and medical comorbidities, and preparation of the patient for TMS are included.- Because TMS is likely to be used concurrently with other treatments, the book explains how to best integrate this modality with psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, and other forms of neuromodulation to improve outcomes.- In-depth coverage is provided on how to coordinate efforts between the primary treatment and TMS teams to assure the best outcomes during acute, continuation, and maintenance treatment.- Chapters provide a review of topic-specific literature, as well as clinical vignettes that highlight how to integrate TMS into patient care. - Key clinical points summarize the optimal clinical application of TMS for the general mental health provider.- The evolving nature of TMS research, such as the ongoing development of this and related technologies, as well as its expanding use as a potential treatment for other clinical neuropsychiatric conditions, is also addressed. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Clinical Applications for Psychiatric Practice guides the general psychiatrist and mental health clinician on how to integrate this treatment modality into their practice by presenting an update on the current clinical role of TMS and a road map to its potential future.
Released on 1999-10Categories Body, Mind & Spirit

Crystal Wisdom Kit

Crystal Wisdom Kit

Author: Stephanie Harrison

Publisher: Connections Book Publishing

ISBN: 1859060242

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 118

View: 268

"The Crystal Wisdom Kit is a fun, easy-to-use system that works a variety of levels of consciousness. It combines the unique and remarkable powers of crystals with universal symbols, and astrological insight, to provide healing and understanding. The organization of this system allows you to use the crystals the same way as Tarot cards, but instead of drawing cards you cast crystals on to one of 3 different wheels. The wheel includes symbols from a variety of sources and traditions including astrology, runes, the five elements, chakras, planets and others. The wheels are the Life Wheel used to reveal current and future trends, the Insight Wheel to clarify issues, and the Healing Wheel to bring harmony and balance into your life. This remarkable kit is ideal for beginning New Age seekers and will also appeal crystal enthusiasts.
Released on 2020-01-28Categories Health & Fitness

Concussion Rescue

Concussion Rescue

Author: Kabran Chapek

Publisher: Citadel Press

ISBN: 9780806540245

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 272

View: 280

Daniel Amen and The Amen Clinics have become widely known and respected across America and internationally via television, print, and the online world reaching millions of viewers and consumers each year. We now have the wonderful opportunity to publish a line of health care books under the Amen Clinics imprimatur. #1 New York Times bestselling author, Daniel Amen, will write a foreword for each book and promote the book through all of his channels (mailing list, newsletter, social media). The first book we will be publishing is Concussion Rescue, which will give readers the natural and effective protocols for healing from traumatic brain injury. In Concussion Rescue, Dr. Kabran Chapek shares the programs and protocols that he uses at the Amen Clinics to put patients on the pathway to healing from traumatic brain injury. From general assessment using sophisticated tools (SPECT imaging, MRIs and CAT scans) to very specific blood tests (out-of-balance lab values in blood can point to symptoms of brain injury and may explain why the brain is not healing), Dr. Chapek guides readers to getting the proper medical care. He shares the cutting edge and most effective treatments for acute traumatic brain injury, as well as chronic traumatic brain injury, and provides the most powerful natural treatments including diet and supplements. Concussion Rescue will be an invaluable and potentially lifesaving resource for athletes, parents of student athletes, coaches, and anyone who suffers a mild or severe brain injury.
Released on 2019-05-15Categories Language Arts & Disciplines

Yoga and Meditation at the Library

Yoga and Meditation at the Library

Author: Jenn Carson

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538116883

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 184

View: 476

This book is the essential guide for every librarian wishing to bring the health and wellness benefits of yoga and meditation to all ages and abilities. Includes everything from mom and baby yoga, chair, yoga and online meditation meet-ups, to a mindfulness book club and a Wabi Sabi wall.
Released on 1977-07Categories

Mother Jones Magazine

Mother Jones Magazine

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ISBN:

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Page: 60

View: 577

Mother Jones is an award-winning national magazine widely respected for its groundbreaking investigative reporting and coverage of sustainability and environmental issues.
Released on 2020-02-25Categories Medical

Anti-Semitism and Psychiatry

Anti-Semitism and Psychiatry

Author: H. Steven Moffic

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030377458

Category: Medical

Page: 374

View: 244

Following World War II and the exposure of the concentration camps, psychiatry turned its attention to a vast range of cultural concerns with results that seemed to indicate a decline of stigma over time. However, it is now clear that whatever drives prejudices, especially in the case of anti-Semitism, was just dormant and perhaps not fully understood. Hate crimes and anti-Semitism broad recently re-emerged in Europe, and the United States followed shortly thereafter. The US Federal Bureau of investigation reports that New York City, which is still considered the most Jewish-friendly region in the US, experienced a 22% spike in anti-Semitic hate crimes in 2018 alone, with more extremes in other regions of the country. Neo-Nazi groups have grown stronger in the United States and abroad, often resulting in organized acts of violence. The recent Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, PA demonstrated that these acts are not limited to one-on-one interactions, but sometimes as prolific, large-scale act. The medical community is not immune from biases either. The Cleveland Clinic recently fired a young doctor after she publicly declared her wishes to inject Jewish patients with lethal substances, which is only one of many hateful comments she made on social media over the course of several years. Psychiatrists in particular grapple with this as they try to serve patients of both Jewish and non-Jewish descent who struggle to process these acts of hate. Despite all of this, there is no training and no resource to guide medical professionals through these challenges. The editors of the recent Springer book, Islamophobia and Psychiatry, recognize this gap in the literature and seek to develop another high-quality text to meet this need. Written by expert clinicians in global regions where these incidents are most prevalent, the book seeks to be neither political nor opinion-based; instead, the text takes an innovative cross-cultural psychiatric interaction, similar to what was done with Springer’s new Islamophobia book. Coverage will range from foci on the social psychiatric aspects of anti-Semitism to how it may in turn infuse clinical encounters between patients and clinicians. Written by experts in this area, the insight and expertise of psychiatrists from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds will focus on what psychiatrists need to know to combat the negative mental health impact that increasingly rise out of this particular phenomenon. Such a multi-cultural psychiatric approach has never been taken before for this topic. This discourse is the foundation for the primary goal of this book: to develop the tools needed to improve clinical outcomes for patients. Hence, this book aims to present an updated, comprehensive bio-psychosocial perspective on anti-Semitism at the interface of clinical psychiatry.
Released on 1992-11Categories

Yoga Journal

Yoga Journal

Author:

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ISBN:

Category:

Page: 136

View: 684

For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.
Released on 2015-12-23Categories Social Science

Technovisuality

Technovisuality

Author: Helen Grace

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780857725639

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

View: 698

How should we regard the contemporary proliferation of images? Today, visual information is available as projected, printed and on-screen imagery, in the forms of video games, scientific data, virtual environments and architectural renderings. Fearful and anti-visualist responses to this phenomenon abound. Spread by digital technologies, images are thought to threaten the word and privilege surface value over content. Yet as they multiply, images face unprecedented competition for attention. This book explores the opportunities that can arise from the ubiquity of visual stimuli. It reveals that 'technovisuality' - the fusion of digital technology with the visual - can work 'wonders'; not so much dazzling audiences with special effects as reviving our enchantment with popular culture. Introducing a new term for an entirely new field of academic study, this book reveals the centrality of 'technovisuality' in 21st century life.