How Can I Heal What Hurts?: Wholistic Healing and Bioenergies

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In this book, explore techniques which can be used for self-healing—learn about biological energy medicine as well as interactions of bilogical energies with environmental energies. Written by a physician who is also an energy medicine practitioner and researcher, How Can I Heal What Hurts? documents his research that demonstrates the presence and roles of the energy body, in addition to unconventional energies and their relevance to healing. Learn how the body and mind work together in health and illness and ...
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Overview


In this book, explore techniques which can be used for self-healing—learn about biological energy medicine as well as interactions of bilogical energies with environmental energies. Written by a physician who is also an energy medicine practitioner and researcher, How Can I Heal What Hurts? documents his research that demonstrates the presence and roles of the energy body, in addition to unconventional energies and their relevance to healing. Learn how the body and mind work together in health and illness and how new and ancient wholistic mind–body techniques can be used to heal physical and psychological problems.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780975424834
  • Publisher: Wholistic Healing Publications
  • Publication date: 3/28/2005
  • Series: Healing Research Series , #2
  • Pages: 647
  • Sales rank: 975,965
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.35 (d)

Meet the Author


Daniel J. Benor, M.D. is a holistic psychiatric psychotherapist who includes bodymind approaches, spiritual awareness, and healing in his practice. He lectures and leads experiential workshops on stress management, self-healing, spiritual awareness, and healing. Dr. Benor is the author of Healing Research, Volumes 1–4 and many articles on holistic, spiritual healing. He appears internationally on radio and TV. He is a founding diplomate of the American Board of Holistic Medicine, Coordinator for the Council for Healing (a nonprofit organization that promotes awareness of spiritual healing), and has served for many years on the advisory boards of the journals Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Subtle Energies.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
The Four Volumes of Healing Research 9
Chapter 1 Self-Healing 14
Personality 19
Normality 33
Psychosomatic Disorders 34
The Body's Regulating Systems 35
Talking/Relational Psychotherapy 37
Physical Symptoms Addressed by Psychotherapy 40
Physical Symptoms Addressed by Bodywork Therapies 46
Psychological Conditioning (Reinforcement) and Behavior Therapy 47
Conditioning the Immune System 50
Body-Mind Therapies and Spiritual Healing 51
Psychological Conditioning, Feedback Loops, and Spiritual Healing 53
Suggestion 59
Hypnosis 74
Biofeedback 91
Unusual Human Abilities 95
Special Brain and Body Functions 100
Brain Hemispheric Functions 111
Self-Healing Programs 117
Spontaneous Remissions of Illness 129
A Few Words in Summary about Psychotherapies 132
The Mind and the Brain 133
Transpersonal Psychotherapy 135
Collective Consciousness and Spiritual Awareness 156
Preview of an Energy Healing Model 158
Chapter 2 Wholistic Energy Medicine 161
Complementary/Alternative Medicine (CAM) Therapies 181
Bioenergies and CAM 183
CAM Modalities (from Acupuncture to Yoga) 185
Problems Addressed Effectively by CAM Modalities 354
CAM Issues 359
Chapter 3 The Human Energy Field 388
Auras 389
Kirlian Photography 404
Laboratory Measurements of Biological Energy Fields 411
Chapter 4 Geobiological Effects 439
Radiesthesia (Dowsing) and Radionics 439
Cosmobiology and Astrology 465
Chapter 5 Self-Healing Approaches and Exercises 476
Introduction 476
Background 477
Reasoning Your Way Through Stress 478
The Body: Index and Aid in Dealing with Stress 496
Feeling Your Way Through Stress 500
Unconscious Roots of Stress 506
Head Working with Heart 515
Varieties of Healings for Stress 533
Collective Consciousness 568
You're On Your Way to Self-Healing 569
Conclusion 570
Appendix A Variations on the theme of psychotherapy 575
Notes 578
References 601
Glossary 619
Names Index 625
Subject Index 633
About the Author 648
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