His colleagues and students entreated him to publish this work. He has taken every effort to make the contents of this book easily understood by people of all walks of life, professionals as well as ordinary individuals.
Author: Kottiyattil K. Aravind
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
The book of Grief - How It Harms and How To Cure It is about a revolutionary approach to understand the bricks and mortar of the behavioural manifestations of grief and how it is built to generate mental and physical harm in bereaved involving persons associated with them. Dr Kottiyattil K Aravind has developed a single-session- treatment package to cure the harm freeing the bereaved persons from their sufferings almost permanently for the rest of their life. KKA created the original model, "Question and Answer Model(c)(tm)" to enlighten his new classification of grief behaviour and sufferings and to achieve the most effective treatment. The model has evolved through a period of over twenty years by a lengthy, bit-by-bit process of logical questioning and evaluating all the answers given by the bereaved persons. The process of his in-depth analysis in the creation the model involved abandoning existing theories and approaches for treating grief in order to develop a totally fresh structure of the dynamics of how grief causes harm and its treatment, because the hitherto therapies in his experience have failed to remove the harmful effects completely and permanently. Within the knowledge of KKA current therapies seem to help the bereaved to cope with their grief and to live with some degree of on going suffering, as the harm may be manifested as both physical and mental dysfunction. KKA expected the successful outcome of the solutions, which would be automatically robust, if only the understanding of the dynamics could be applied equally to all harmful grief. The treatment package involved just one or two sessions suiting his general practice timetable as well as setting free the victims within the fastest timescale. The inevitable components of harmful grief are the negative judgement, such as guilt, hatred, anger, shame and hurt, either towards themselves or towards others. The negative emotions may be of extreme intensity and may turn the aggrieved to commit terrible tragedies of revenge. Self-guilt and self-hatred are more common leading to self-punishment and denial of their worthiness. KKA wanted an instant change from harming grief to a normality prevailed with love, joy and happiness giving the bereaved a productive functional life and none less than an absolute cure and stay cured for the rest of their life. He knew the task was a tall order but worked over a period of ten years until he managed to create the Question and Answer Model (c)(tm). Even though his town general practice constrained any controlled studies he had used the model in numerous of his own patients. The model has proved a very high degree of success in curing harmful grief of a few days up to thirty years of duration and in the age groups of ten to eighty years. Applying the model to the whole family when one of them is expected to die soon has prevented the development of harmful grief and the ill person turned more positive during their last part of the journey, and so benefiting all the people involved. During his work in the dermatology department some of the intractable skin conditions were cured, following the treatment of the underlying grief. From the personal feedback by the patients a great number of them have achieved remarkable resolution and regained normality in their life. Because of the success, which he was getting time after time, case after case; he had given workshops in the Hypnosis Society and had taught the students of Diploma and Masters Courses in Hypnosis in Sheffield University. His colleagues and students entreated him to publish this work. He has taken every effort to make the contents of this book easily understood by people of all walks of life, professionals as well as ordinary individuals. All the treatment procedures are explained and described in detailed hands-on-mode. 14 case histories are quoted in the third chapter. The paperback book "Grief - How It Harms and How To Cure It" is available as an Amazon Kindle e-book.
In this book, you will learn all about: An Opportunity for Growth; General Healing; Get Rid of the Negative; Using Spirituality.
Author: Robert Nelson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Learning about spiritual healing for your soul can have amazing benefits for your life and success! Heal your emotional wounds and take control of your life! With better understanding of the grief process, that is essential to heal emotional wounds, and learning the tools and skills you'll need, you'll discover you're able to markedly lessen your pain and suffering as you move through the process of healing emotional wounds. Many people have never heard of this and have no idea how to go about figuring out where they are or how to change it. In this book, you will learn all about: An Opportunity for Growth; General Healing; Get Rid of the Negative; Using Spirituality. By developing a spiritual connection, you gain security through the strong belief that you're not all alone in the universe, even at those times when you feel temporarily disjointed from others. You feel more and safer as you come to trust that there's a source you are able to always turn to in times of trouble.
conclusion that the woman] was incurable with this kind [of a treatment]. Secretly, he requested that someone, ... The woman sheard these words and thereupon experienced great joy and was cured. ... Grief harms the lung.
Author: Paul U. Unschuld
Publisher: Univ of California Press
In the first comprehensive and analytical study of therapeutic concepts and practices in China, Paul Unschuld traced the history of documented health care from its earliest extant records to present developments. This edition is updated with a new preface which details the immense ideological intersections between Chinese and European medicines in the past 25 years.
Anger harms the liver. Joy harms the heart. Anxiety harms the spleen. Grief harms the lungs and fear harms the kidneys.35 Ultimately, the TCM concept of depression and other mood disorders is different from that of Western medicine.
Author: Dr. Arthur Lo
Publisher: Techwork Business Corporation
Mood disorders are amongst some of the most common disorders facing people today. This book illustrates how Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can be a viable alternative to mainstream Western medicine in diagnosing and treating mood disorders. Many types of TCM treatments are presented, including herbal prescriptions and teas, acupuncture, lifestyle adjustments, nutritional recommendations, and healthy recipes that you can use to rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit.
Today you fail to treat wise men with proper ritual and yet you wallow in your grief for a beloved concubine. Furthermore, the Sage-Kings of antiquity did not allow their private wishes to affect their actions adversely; ...
Author: Olivia Milburn
The Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan is one of the most important works concerning statecraft to survive from ancient China, here made accessible to English-language readers for the first time.
mourning. His blunt assertion that 'none can cure their harms by wailing them' (2.2.90) was orthodoxy in ... Buckingham similarly urges the 'cloudy princes and heart-sorrowing peers' to temper their grief and 'cheer each other in each ...
Author: Richard Meek
Publisher: Manchester University Press
This collection of essays offers a major reassessment of the meaning and significance of emotional experience in the work of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Recent scholarship on early modern emotion has relied on a medical-historical approach, resulting in a picture of emotional experience that stresses the dominance of the material, humoral body. The Renaissance of emotion seeks to redress this balance by examining the ways in which early modern texts explore emotional experience from perspectives other than humoral medicine. The chapters in the book seek to demonstrate how open, creative and agency-ridden the experience and interpretation of emotion could be. Taken individually, the chapters offer much-needed investigations into previously overlooked areas of emotional experience and signification; taken together, they offer a thorough re-evaluation of the cultural priorities and phenomenological principles that shaped the understanding of the emotive self in the early modern period. The Renaissance of emotion will be of particular interest to students and scholars of Shakespeare and Renaissance literature, the history of emotion, theatre and cultural history, and the history of ideas.
Global ecological healing Health care workers have mostly focused on treating the effects of pollution and environmental ... meditation and joyous experiences , or of anger , grief and pain that have been suffered in these locations .
Author: Daniel J. Benor
Publisher: Wholistic Healing Publications
Reviews and discusses the research studies of self-healing, CAM and bioenergy therapies in less detail, with explanations appropriate for lay readers. It is not referenced as extensively as the Professional edition. An additional chapter provides many self-healing approaches and exercises. Learn how the body and mind work together in health and illness, and how to use new and ancient wholistic mind-body techniques to heal physical and psychological problems. Explore techniques used for self-healing; Learn about biological energy medicine from Acupuncture to Yoga; Learn the interactions of biological energies with environmental energies; See research in unconventional energies and their relevance to healing.