Immuno Mental Training (I.M.T.) for Health
- sound healing. Ferranti, Melanie de // Good Health (ACP Publishing PTY Limited);Feb20111, p158
The article offers information on the use of sound for therapeutic use or sound healing. It states that sound healing is a practice that can restore one's vibrational balance by getting in touch with the frequency that one's cells are vibrating at now and 'tuning' them back to a harmonized...
- Body of emotion. Kelly, Alice Lesch; Mueller, Eva; Watanabe, Fumi // Natural Health;Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p80
The article presents information about the relationship between body and mind. Mind and body are intricately linked and when either is weak, the other suffers. When ones body is in balance, peptides and receptors are able to do their jobs correctly, but when the body is thrown out of balance by...
- Healing Reiki. Metcalfe, Joy // Share Guide;Jan/Feb2008, Issue 95, p27
The article discusses the implications of reiki on strengthening immune system and stress management. Reiki is defined as a universal life force energy and is a gentle, non-invasive healing modality. It strengthens the immune system function by supporting the body, mind and emotions in releasing...
- Forest bathing: Good for the spirit--and the body. Richter, Will // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Oct2011, Issue 348, p46
The article offers information on "Shinrin-yoku," literally translated from Japanese as "forest bathing," which means spending time in a forest setting for relaxation. It enlists the health benefits of this activity, which include improved blood pressure and a boosted immune system. Also...
- The Effect of Bach's Magnificat on Emotions, Immune, and Endocrine Parameters During Physiotherapy Treatment of Patients with Infectious Lung Conditions. le Roux, Frances H.; Bouic, Patrick J. D.; Bester, Maria M. // Journal of Music Therapy;Summer2007, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p156
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Bach's Magnificat on emotions, immune, and endocrine parameters in patients of specific infectious lung conditions. Participants (N = 40; 9 men & 31 women) ranging in age from 40 to 75 participated in the study. Patients were randomly...
- Releasing Anxiety and Fear. Durbin, Paul G. // Subconsciously Speaking;Apr95, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p8
No abstract available.
- Healing hands. Schecter, M. // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug89, Vol. 23 Issue 7/8, p28
Discusses how an estimated 20,000 to 30,000 nurses in America practice a form of mental healing called noncontact therapeutic touch, or NCTT. Derivation from ancient art of laying on of hands. Investigation into how NCTT affects patients.
- Wounds that heal. // Christianity Today;11/7/86, Vol. 30 Issue 16, p12
Editorial. The author, having lost a son in a car accident, explains how by suffering painful loss we ourselves become healers for others. To be a healer, one must sometimes be hurt and indeed, the best healer is one who can empathize.
- Learning to harness the power of positive... Cowley, G. // Newsweek;11/7/88, Vol. 112 Issue 19, p90
Discusses the power of the mind in healing the body, a concept long believed by witch doctors, faith healers, and Christian Scientists, and now being researched by physicians. New behavioral therapies and pain studies; Examples; Research.