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by James L. Oschman,Candace Pert
Author: James L. Oschman,Candace Pert
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 1st edition (May 29, 2000)
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It presents a rational, scientific, no-nonsense view of energy medicine outlined in a an unbiased objective wa. My only problem with this book is the price. It's not that big or complicated a book.
My only problem with this book is the price. There are people who will want to obtain this book and will not be able to because of the price.
Energy Medicine: The Scie. has been added to your Cart. So far (only half way through) I've learned a great deal about the early scientific experiments (not reiki or the like), but how voltage potentials and frequency at the levels seen in the human body have been studied and applied for healing. Another modality lost in the . Those bastards will burn in hell for sure.
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Written by recognized energy medicine expert Dr. James Oschman - who is also a physiologist, cellular biologist, and biophysicist - this resource shows how the science of energetics may be used in healing diseases that conventional medicine has difficulty treating. Easy-to-understand coverage simplifies the theory of energy medicine and the science behind it, providing detailed, coherent explanations for a complex subject.
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It addresses a growing interest in the field of mind-body medicine and the role of natural "energy forces" within the body in maintaining normal health and wellbeing.