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Next To Prayer the Most Powerful Healing Technique I Am Aware of

The treatment for the allergies is generally permanent unless one develops another unresolved psycho emotional conflict. Our Therapists I have four therapists who perform the muscle reflex testing. The chief therapist is Jody who has taken all of the course work and who has been working at our center since January of 1999. Does This Really Work? It Seems Too Good To Be True. What is the Down Side? I was very skeptical for many years, but seeing is believing which is why I am so excited about this technique. There are some concerns, but they relate more to the danger of the therapist taking [more...]

Date: 2010-01-10 00:41:00

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In the Matter of DC and DC, Minors - SYLLABUS (This syllabus is ...

emotional implications. The emotional attachments between grandparents and grandchildren have been described as unique in that the relationship is exempt from the psycho-emotional intensity and responsibility that exists in parent/child relationships. The love, ..... best interests test and the parental termination or “exceptional circumstances” standard is that the former does not always require proof of harm to the child. In contrast, the latter always requires proof [more...]

Date: 2010-09-29 15:00:00


Homeopathy & Chinese Medical System

The "Window of the Sky" points, mainly located near the head, were used to promote clarity of thought and treat psychoemotional disorders. Another set called the "thirteen ghost" points were used to treat epilepsy and manic disorders as far back as the seventh century.3 When the focus of modern medicine began to disregard any emotional connection to a patient's physical complaint, the use of such points faded, and they were replaced with the more popular points of the Eight Principles of Disease as taught in texts like Peter Deadman's A Manual of Acupuncture and Xinnong's Chinese Acupuncture [more...]

Date: 2010-10-07 14:24:00


5 things to know about critical stress

An important aspect of recovery is realizing that being affected, or 'injured' by the psycho-emotional demands of the job is entirely normal and, in fact, something that you should expect to experience as a paramedic repeatedly (although hopefully not too often) through your career. It's normal.It's also important to be aware that each of us has inherited an ability to deal with stress. Research shows that our ability to handle stress is partially inherited from our parents (1), and because of that, is beyond our control. It is also strongly affected by our experiences as children. Adults who [more...]

Date: 2010-08-26 00:05:47


Debunking “M-Pulse” the Human Factor in Security | Northam ...

retweetShareEmailThe Human Factor in security has been widely discussed on numerous blogs and in a large number of articles. For example, IT people discuss how to help individuals using computers not to make mistakes or to make their companies invulnerable to unauthorised infiltration and dissemination of their company data by following security procedures. Border services discuss training and other procedures to help keep their officers alert and able to recognize unauthorized articles and actions. But no one talks or simply avoids talking about how to recognize disgruntled employees who [more...]

Date: 2010-09-22 20:47:39


Alec Corday » Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Smackdown

A person with certain emotional issues for example may respond to certain questions based on their emotional state and return negative or positive results that may worsen their state if the test is taken seriously. So don’t. MBTIs are tools, much like a doctor’s stethoscope. But “cough twice and turn your head” is no way to determine a person’s health, mental or otherwise. It can give a superficial insight into a type, but that can any other test as well. A simplified version of the MBTI is the Oreo Personality Test. As an example and for my amusement I added it to Appendix B. Take [more...]

Date: 2010-10-07 13:51:18


SNIPPITS and SNAPPITS: VACCINES AND EXPERIMENTS ON WOMEN, CHILDREN ...

Nazi theory specifically denies that such a thing as "the truth" exists. The implied objective of this thought is a nightmare world in which the Leader controls not only the future but the past. If the Leader says of an event, "It never happened",it never happened. If he says 2+2=5, THEN 2+2=5. ~ 1984, ORWELL*************** ONCE WE SQUEEZE ALL WE CAN OUT OF THE UNITED STATES, IT CAN DRY UP AND BLOW AWAY ~ BIBI NETANYAHU What did we learn from the swine flu brouhaha last year?  Among many significant lessons one of the most important was learning of a movement abroad to cull the population of [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 09:47:00


Mood disorders | Depression Symptoms

There remains an innate reluctance to consider pharmacological interventions for emotional problems, despite overwhelming evidence of efficacy. Also widespread concern that drugs which improve mood must be addictive, despite evidence to the ... (Bio-Psycho-Social approach / 3Ps Predisposing, Precipitating and Perpetuating). 1. Biological and genetic factors: Lack of Monoamines (Serotonin, Noradrenalin, and possibly Dopamine). Antidepressant work by increasing the above. [more...]

Date: 2010-10-08 13:09:45


What are some of your pregnancy pet peeves? | pregnancytestguides.com

People assume because I am pregnant that I can’t do anything. People treat me as if I’m fragile and it annoys me really bad. Or, that because I’m not large at 22 weeks I’m starving myself, when in fact my baby boy is at the 50th percentile for weight and all of his measurements were good. What are some of you pet peeves when it comes to other people and your pregnancy? Have fun and vent a little. =) I know I look young. I’m actually eighteen and in [more...]

Date: 2010-10-13 00:26:22



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