Health and Healing
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The human capacity for lifelong well-being was well known to wise women and men throughout time and across diverse cultures. The ancient Greeks called it eudaimonia—human flourishing, the flourishing of our deepest nature.
While the field of psychology has been slowly taken over by pharmaceutical interventions, the eminent Grof continues to advocate for therapeutic practices that acknowledge the power and legitimacy of non-ordinary states of consciousness as entry points to the deeper psyche.
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Week 5 of the course Optimal Health and Human Flourishing.
This class helps us develop an understanding of the concept of "otherness," the focus of a noble heart. We learn how to shift from self-centeredness to other-centeredness and expand our capacity for selfless intimacy, joy, and love with "loving kindness" meditation.
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In the spirit of the hit movie Inception, Wilson, a psychology professor, reveals a new technique that uses the power of our own storytelling to reshape and redefine our experiences as well as our sense of who we are—and who we can become.
During the past few decades there have been thousands of reported cases in which cancer has simply disappeared. Or is it that simple? Turner, one of the world’s foremost researchers on the topic, decided to find out.
No one was more surprised than Bengston when he inadvertently discovered the healing power of his hands. It inspired him to develop a technique that is as remarkable for its effectiveness as for the elusiveness of why it works.
People are sensitive—some more apparently so than others—and how those sensitivities affect one's health is becoming a topic of increased scientific scrutiny.