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Psychotherapeutic Reiki: A Holistic Body-Mind Approach to Psychotherapy: Revised and Expanded Edition By Richard Curtin
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This book is for psychotherapists and counseling body workers who have a basic knowledge of Reiki. It addresses the following issues: • How to introduce table work to clients • The ethics... More > and use of Reiki touch • An energy model for understanding psychological problems and symptom formation • Treatment techniques for exploring and releasing the negative effects of held trauma energy • The installation of corrective cognitive and emotional experiences • The use of breath work • Ways to help clients be present in their bodies • Ways to clear and vitalize the Human Energy Field • How to use intention and affirmation for cognitive, emotional and behavioral change Throughout this book, case examples are given to highlight the issues that typically arise when combining Reiki with psychotherapy. For more information, please visit www.psychotherapeuticreiki.com.< Less
International Journal for Psychological and Complementary Therapies - September 2012 By Mikao Yamakuro
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As we can read in the many articles submitted to this edition, mood is an important issue that affects many people around the world. It can present itself in various forms and in different levels of... More > severity. Depression can and will be present in people who abuse substances, like alcohol or drugs, and can also be present in people who may have life-threatening diseases or with chronic health problems. Depression is still an epidemic, despite the many treatments available; like medication, cognitive-behavioural therapy, interpersonal therapy, physical exercise, counselling, Reiki, crystal healing, meditation, and many other holistic and spiritual treatments. This edition covers many of these treatments and other aspects of recovery during depression. The most important lesson to learn is not to give up on becoming better, independently what type of depression we may have. There is always a way out, even if this takes longer than what we were initially expecting.< Less
Skip the Shrink: Be Better Now By Randolph Shipon
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If you are dealing with anger, worry, or a nervous response to a situation you would like to overcome, this is the book for you. This is the foundational guide to Gratitude-Based Techniques (GBT),... More > which is a set of tools to help people overcome various problems. Skip the Shrink is for people who do not need psychotherapy, but just need the right tools to overcome some problems in their lives.< Less
Grand Illusion By Zac Marvin
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The pressing questions in Zac Marvin’s life came from his abiding curiosity in what life was all about. Questions like “What is God? What is the purpose of our lives? Is there indeed... More > a purpose in our lives?” Even in his youth he knew there was more to life than meets the eye; as a child he could remember 6 distinct and different past lives and see and feel people’s auras. This unwavering search for meaning led him on a journey where he studied practices including Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Reiki, Yoga and became a black belt in Karate. He now refers to himself as a modern day shaman and the breadth of his life long learning is encapsulated here for the reader.< Less
Grand Illusion By Zac Marvin
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The pressing questions in Zac Marvin’s life came from his abiding curiosity in what life was all about. Questions like “What is God? What is the purpose of our lives? Is there indeed... More > a purpose in our lives?” Even in his youth he knew there was more to life than meets the eye; as a child he could remember 6 distinct and different past lives and see and feel people’s auras. This unwavering search for meaning led him on a journey where he studied practices including Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Reiki, Yoga and became a black belt in Karate. He now refers to himself as a modern day shaman and the breadth of his life long learning is encapsulated here for the reader.< Less