Pregnancy Stress And The Foetus
Male and female babies will respond to a stress during pregnancy by adjusting their growth patterns differently, according to new research at the University of Adelaide.
Nature, Nurture And Free Will
By Jane Thurnell-Read
Our work as therapists often fits into that niche of 'not nature' and 'not nurture' to help people work with the bodies they have and the life-story they have to become something more important, to become themselves.
Mentoring Life Story Changes
by David Krueger MD
New research shows that we can rearrange brain cell connections (neuroplasticity) as well as produce new brain cells (neurogenesis) throughout our lives. In other words, by creating new experiences consistently, we can generate new neuronal pathways and neural networks.
From Cells To Self in the Biology Of Belief
by Mary Desaulniers
What is the connection between a cell membrane and the human brain? A lot, according to cell biologist, Dr. Bruce Lipton.
The Trio of Abundance
by Michael Lee
Wishing alone will not lead to abundance. Here's a practical three section strategy to living abundantly.
Depression & Obesity Go Hand in Hand
by Tom Harrison
People who are "fat but happy" are likely the exception rather than the rule.
Early Childhood Neglect Leaves Biological Mark
by Tom Harrison
Children who are deprived of a loving caregiver in their early years may experience abnormal activity of vasopressin and oxytocin, two hormones essential to forming social bonds and achieving emotional intimacy.
What Does It Take To Experience Transformation?
by Sally Anderson
What does it take to experience transformation in the domains of our lives where we have never experienced mastery?
18 Caveats On How Not To Change
by David Krueger, MD
Want to stay stuck? Here's 18 ways that you can do it, which also give insight on how to manage the change process.
Cannabis & Adolescent Mental Health
Here's solid information about the possibilities of addiction and psychosis.
Writing & Emotions
Many practitioners know that clients benefit from relieving some of their stress and pent-up emotions through writing. Here’s a scientific study which shows measurable physical benefits from this activity.
Anger: It's Yours to Manage
by James Ediger
Tips for you and your clients/patients on how to manage anger.
Stress Makes You Sick
Australian researchers say they have scientifically proven that stress causes sickness.
In health kinesiology there is a procedure called emotions
training. When I first started using it, I imagined
that clients would need to practise positive emotions,
but I found that often muscle testing suggested they
needed to practise negative emotions.