Mental Alchemy

Harvey, David
July 2003
Macrobiotics Today;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p22
Academic Journal
Focuses on how the brain is integrated within the human body. Regions of the body; Configuration of the human head corresponding directly to the body's formation; Electrochemical activity as the modality of neurological function.


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