In its third year, the Washington State EFT Tappers Gathering will converge on Saturday February 16, 2013 at Bastyr University in the Seattle metro region. Bastyr University is one of the nation’s leading educational institutions for providing undergraduate and graduate degrees in the natural healing professions. This gathering is the pre-eminent Meridian/Tapping event in the… Read More »
I recently read about a study that was conducted over a period of twenty five years at the University of Virginia with children who have instances of recalling what they characterized as having experienced past life recall. Most of these children have clear prior to conception memories between the ages of two until seven years of… Read More »
People ask us if EFT can help anxiety or excessive worrying all the time. Continuing research shows EFT to be very effective for working with anxiety. As an EFT coach I am very careful to find out if a client has been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and is under treatment for it before I initiate working with them and if so, I ask permission to communicate with their provider. This last month I have had more requests for working with people complaining of this more than I can ever recall.
When to End It, When to Stay points to the question and conundrum that many individuals in troubled relationships feel when they have tried everything and still are not happy despite all their good intentions and efforts and don’t know what to do.
Energy Psychology is starting to appear in more mainstream medicine circles as it begins exploring ways to incorporate meditation, prayer, music, and the creative arts into the world of health care.
The first step is to open your mind.
“Ask people if they are creative and they give you a ‘yes’ or a ‘no.’ They say, ‘I’m not creative, I’m a CPA.’ Or ‘I’m not creative, I’ve never been able to draw,'” he said.
“Creativity isn’t only about art or music. What for me is creative might be different for you. It’s how to negotiate a relationship problem or a stalemate with a teenager or create a new product at work that can be bought to market.”
After 22 years as a chiropractor, I have no doubt that most of my patients’ symptoms have their origins in more than just the obvious physical causes. There is nearly always more involved than a patient having “slept wrong” or “moved the wrong way.”
Every day I take patient histories, I’m told what they think caused their headache or sciatic pain. When I inquire deeper, I will often uncover a significantly stressful event that occurred prior to the onset of their pain.
What Will it Take to Revamp Healthcare? Dr Craig Weiner had the opportunity to interview Thornton Streeter, PhD. Since 1998, Dr. Streeter and the Centre for Biofield Sciences have investigated the efficacy of integrative medicine modalities and devices that explores the interface of health; where the physical body and the subtler energy systems of the… Read More »
In this Transformational Dialogues program, Craig Weiner, DC interviews Stephan A. Schwartz. Stephan is one of the acknowledged founders of Remote Viewing, a “modern mental yoga” and a scientific approach to experiencing non-local consciousness. For 40 years he has been studying the nature of consciousness. He is part of the small group that founded modern… Read More »
Transforming your consciousness may be the most important thing you can do for yourself and the world. Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, is the past President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and co-author of the book Living Deeply: The Art & Science of Transformation in Everyday Life, will discuss how people make significant shifts in… Read More »