Hands of Light: A Guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field, by Barbara Ann Brennan, is a scientist’s look at the field of bioenergetic healing, offering specific techniques towards expanding perceptual tools of healing, seeing auras, understanding psychodynamics and the human energy field, and spiritual healing. Trained as a physicist and psychotherapist, Brennan has spent the last 15 years studying the human energy field and working as a healer. Hands of Light goes beyond conventional, objective knowledge while retaining scientific clarity. It details a study of the human energy field and how it is intimately connected to a person’s health and well being and contains essential information for anyone involved in healing and conscious health care, including people seeking to heal themselves. Science and spirituality may currently be at odds, but fortunately there will always be scientists who are spiritual seekers, and it is in the mingling of the two worlds where wisdom is born.
Language of the Feet, By Chris Stormer is designed for reflexologists training for any level of qualification, this comprehensive reference takes a holistic approach to examining the structure and nature of the foot and provides practical information on updated holistic techniques. Fully revised to be even more user-friendly, this in-depth guide is a must-have for present and future reflexologists alike. A guide to reading a person’s past and present life from their feet, it shows how to use the principles of reflexology to balance physical health and restore emotional well-being and at the same time have fun.
Reflexology and Meridian Therapy for Allied Health Professionals. Written for both students and professional practitioners, it is an easy to understand reference that makes use of ample color graphics, charts and illustrations. The first section of the book focuses on basic reflexology theory, foot and hand techniques, anatomy, physiology and pathology. It gives the reader an in-depth account of the structure of the feet as well as the abnormal biomechanical factors and common foot disorders. It also discusses a basic reflexology treatment protocol. The second section of the book incorporates basic concepts of Chinese Medicine. These concepts include the Vital Substances and the Chinese perspective of organ function and dysfunction of the Five Elements. Details of the fourteen meridians and the Five Constitutions are also detailed. These include the specific points and interaction between the Five Elements with regard to harmonious relationships, as well as descriptions of disharmonious relationships. The reader will gain an understanding of diagnosis and assessment according to the Eastern Philosophy: Patterns of disease, constitutional types, basic Tongue, Face and Pulse diagnosis, Midday-Midnight Law, client assessment, client in-take form and case analysis are all presented. The reader will be exposed to important acupuncture points, accompanied by their functions and indications, emotional points and the treatment protocol for constitutional types. The third section of the book deals with assessment tools and the WAND REFLEX TM METHOD of treatment. There is a complete guide to treatment options. These include the identification and application of the Wand Reflex TM. Lilian presents charts, tables, graphic illustrations, diagrams and precise descriptions of specialized techniques. These unique approaches combine Reflexology and Meridian Therapy in a way that facilitates the integration of these treatment protocols into an existing practice.
The Book of Chakras, by Ambika Wauters, shows how understanding chakras is an effective first step in harnessing every human being’s hidden life-changing energies and employing inner powers for spiritual and physical healing. The word chakra originated with the Vedic teachings of ancient India. It comes from the Sanskrit word for “wheel of light,” and denotes the energy centers that exist in every man and woman. The Book of Chakras explores the nature of these energy sources, explains where they dwell in each of us, and instructs on how to use them. The author identifies seven energy centers in the human body. The Root Chakra, located in the lower torso, anchors us in life. From that point on the rising ladder of love and healing, we become aware of the Sacral Chakra, the Solar Plexus Chakra, the Heart Chakra, the Throat Chakra, the Brow or Third Eye Chakra, and the Crown Chakra. The last, the Crown Chakra, located in the head, is the most refined and spiritual center in the human energy system. Chakra teachings describe seven bodies that make up every person’s aura. They are the Physical, Etheric, Astral, Mental, Divine, Spiritual, and Soul bodies. Chakra teachings say that each of these bodies vibrates in ways that are allied to the colors of the universe. However, only one of these bodies, the Physical, is visible. When we understand these bodies in detail, we become able to correct chakra imbalances and harness our powers for peaceful and productive living. The author advises on ways of restoring balances, healing through the power of thought, and employing colors, sounds, crystals, acupuncture, and other means. More than 300 color illustrations.
In The Encyclopedia of Crystals, Judy Hall draws on over 30 years’ experience of working with crystals to provide the definitive reference. Lavishly illustrated, featuring newly discovered stones and providing new materials on geology and fluorescent properties, this is an essential addition to the libraries of everyone working with crystals. Organized by crystal color for easy reference, this gorgeous guide relates the colors of crystals to the chakras, tells readers how to cleanse and activate them, and provides helpful, authoritative advice on healing with crystals.
Crystal Bible 2: If you loved The Crystal Bible, you’ll definitely love this new edition! With over 200 additional healing stones, you can further your learning of how crystals can be used to heal and their other valuable properties.