Do you suffer from anxiety, feel like your emotions control you, feel exhausted or have a low tolerance for the people around you? In this book, energy healer and psychotherapist Abby Wynne explains the basic concepts of energy healing and gives you exercises and techniques so you can get started right away. Through client stories and personal experiences, Abby makes the experience of energy healing grounded and real. Learn how to: - ground and centre yourself - open to a healing light - send energy healing to loved ones This book is full of practical exercises that you can use to bring healing into your everyday activities to help you feel more calm, centered and balanced. You don't have to look outside for someone to help you heal:now you can take the first steps yourself.
A simple internet search, ended nearly 30 years of searching for my biological father. I had searched on and off for years, writing letters before the advent of the worldwide web and even making phone calls to verify the identity of someone I thought might be him. Years of searching in vain left me disappointed and emotionally drained. I promised myself each time that I would not search again but eventually, I would be back on his trail again. In December of 2008, I vowed that I would conduct my final search. Based on the very limited information I had, I knew that if still alive he was approaching his mid-seventies and with each year that passed, the potential for finding him yet alive was growing smaller. It was the Christmas Season; I had two weeks vacation and acutely feeling the loss of my mother, triggered by the holidays. Having already spent a few hundred dollars online chasing false leads, I made the decision to attempt to find him once last time. I conducted an open search two days before Christmas, not focusing on any particular state or region of the country and came up with a Freeman Parker in Detroit, Michigan. Not certain why, I believed I had happened across the right person this time.
Healing War Trauma details a broad range of exciting approaches for healing from the trauma of war. The techniques described in each chapter are designed to complement and supplement cognitive-behavioral treatment protocols-and, ultimately, to help clinicians transcend the limits of those protocols.
For those veterans who do not respond productively to-or who have simply little interest in-office-based, regimented, and symptom-focused treatments, the innovative approaches laid out in Healing War Trauma will inspire and inform both clinicians and veterans as they chart new paths to healing.
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