Turbo Metabolism by Pankaj Vij

Turbo Metabolism by Pankaj Vij

As the modern Western lifestyle spreads around the globe, so too does metabolic syndrome — a cluster of symptoms that increases the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other conditions. The good news: metabolic syndrome can be tamed by a sensible program of exercise, natural foods, stress management, and quality sleep. In this concise and lively book, Dr. Vij distills a mass of medical research into a simple, effective program for vibrant health. Avoiding fads and gimmicks, he provides practical advice, case studies of ordinary people, and brief sections that debunk common medical myths. By following Dr. Vij’s evidence-based methods, you can manage diabetes, avoid related metabolic conditions,… Read More

The Heart of Wellness by Kavitha Chinnaiyan

The Heart of Wellness by Kavitha ChinnaiyanThe Heart of Wellness by Kavitha Chinnaiyan

Transform your relationship with habits, lifestyle, health, and disease using Dr. Kavitha Chinnaiyan’s remarkable approach to health. The Heart of Wellness shows you how to optimize the workings of the body and mind so that the bliss of your true nature can be revealed. Presented in two parts, this book begins by exploring the nature of disease: the causative and risk factors, the role of diet, exercise, and medication, and how Eastern and Western medical practices can come together. A holistic practice is then outlined, based on the author’s successful Heal Your Heart Free Your Soul program, that will guide you toward good health and better living. The Heart of… Read More

Mastering the Addicted Brain by Walter Ling MD

Mastering the Addicted Brain by Walter Ling MD

In all probability there are very few of us who can, with hand on heart, declare that they are free of any sort of addiction. Everyone carries a crutch of one form or another – one that we lean on for help and support when the challenges of life exceed our capacity to deal with them. Neuropsychologist Walter Ling MD. Dr. Ling served as a consultant on narcotic affairs to the US Department of State and the World Health Organization. He is also the founding director of the Integrated Substance Abuse Program at the University of California. During his successful career of over thirty years he has worked with thousands… Read More

The Fearless Path by Leah Guy

The Fearless Path by Leah Guy

“If you and I want to have peace and freedom, we must change the way we live our lives. We must follow our Soul’s desires, and strengthen our self-will. The first steps are accepting who you are and presenting your true self to the world.” With those encouraging words of advice intuitive transpersonal healer and spiritual teacher Leah Guy encapsulates her personal philosophy — not one that has been learnt or lifted from sacred books of any kind but one which has been forged through the sheer struggle and challenge of having to deal with deeply traumatic personal issues. In the opening to her book The Fearless Path Leah Guy… Read More

Reclaiming Your Body by Suzanne Scurlock-Durana

Reclaiming Your Body by Suzanne Scurlcok-Durana

If you gave your body a voice, what do you think it would say to you? Maybe it would be happy and pleased with the way that you treat it each day; or perhaps it would tell you that it was sad and angry that the messages it sends to you regarding its state of health are regularly being ignored. As a society we are not used to the idea that we can engage deeply with our bodies and understand something about its innate wisdom. We tend to get doctors and other medical experts to do the talking for it. As a healer and a bodywork therapist Suzanne Scurlock-Durana is on a… Read More

The Resonance Effect by Carolyn McMakin

The Resonance Effect by Carolyn McMakiThe Resonance Effect by Carolyn McMakin

In 1946 Australian osteopath Harry Van Gelder bought an osteopathic practice. As part of the equipment that came with it he found an odd machine that was built in 1922. Gelder tried out the contraption and found that it had the ability to resonate at a number of different set frequencies. These could be applied in healing and so he began to travel around the United States and Canada using the machine to heal the ailments of patients. In 1981 George Douglas, a doctor of chiropractic, studied under Harry Van Gelder and so he learned at first hand the way in which the two-channel, micro-current machine operated. After graduating from… Read More

Subtle Energy Techniques by Cyndi Dale

Subtle Energy Techniques by Cyndi Dale

There is no doubt that the previously deep-seated divisions between materialism and spirituality have eroded greatly over the past couple of decades. This has mainly come about through their joint acceptance of the premise that everything in our physical world is formed from energy. Where the two belief structures do differ is in the fact that all forms of spirituality are heavily invested in the idea that reality can be moulded through the intervention of consciousness upon it. Whilst science accepts everything is composed of minutely-sized atomic particles with no inherent sense of consciousness in the sphere of spirituality there is a universal acceptance that energy can be acted upon… Read More

Live Your Happy by Maria Felipe

Live Your Happy by Maria Felipe

Before she became an author and a minister, Reverend Maria Filipe was an actress, a model, and a TV sports presenter. Following an inward calling she changed her life-direction and studied at Pathways of Light which is an accredited religious school inspired by the book A Course in Miracles – one of the most influential books of all time with Worldwide sales of over 2.5 million. Live Your Happy is Filipe’s guide to the teachings of A Course in Miracles which she has gathered from more than twenty years spent studying and living by its teachings. A Motivated Life Today Cuban American Filipe is a dynamic international speaker, teacher, and… Read More

Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma and PTSD by David R Kopacz and Joseph Rael

Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma and PTSD by David R Kopacz and Joseph Rael

Psychiatrist and holistic & integrative physician, David Kopacz, and Native American Visionary, Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow), offer a healing path for veterans suffering trauma and PTSD. Our Rating – Book of the Month: March 2017 5/5 Trauma is a complex medical condition and one that is notably prevalent within the military: most specifically by soldiers who are returning home from time spent serving at the frontline. Treating it successfully can be equally complex. Whilst those working within the established medical profession believe that trauma is essentially a mental aberration; psychiatrist David Kopacz views trauma, and PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) in particular, as “a holistic condition affecting many dimensions of human being.” One Size Does… Read More

Inside the Miracle by Mark Nepo

Inside the Miracle by Mark Nepo

It is nothing less than extraordinary how serious illness, when approached appropriately, can radically change the trajectory of one’s life-path. Mark Nepo is an example of someone who, following repeated battles with cancer both within himself and his ex-wife, managed to confront the challenge of his illness and who emerged the other side not only healed but with a new vision of life. Telling the Story After his illness, Nepo wrote about his battle with cancer in a self-published book called Acre of Light: Living With Cancer in 1994. It quickly sold out and a larger, established publishing house released it as a second edition from which followed a critically-acclaimed… Read More