Building on the accumulated wisdom of applied kinesiology and behavioral kinesiology, David R. Hawkins MD, PhD has taken muscle-testing to the next level, in an effort to determine what makes people and systems strong, healthy, effective and spiritually sound.
Archive for the Psychological Category
The analysis of drawings has special value when working with children; the language impaired; the mentally disadvantaged. It is also useful in some areas of counseling, providing clues to relationships, repressed material and traumatic events which can be approximately dated on tree drawings.
When Jamie Kelly sees a childhood friend in need, she jumps into action, employing her martial arts skills and a desire for justice. But is she too late? Now murder, human trafficking, and an unthinkable mystery puts Jamie on a collision course with her past.
There are moments in life when you instantly Know. Such was the moment when I opened the “Hidden Treasure,” a phenomenal book written by Alice McDowell. I am that type of reader that, a writer must be able to touch my heart to influence me to read their book thoroughly. I must admit that until now, several authors have done this.
For three decades, Laurie Kahn has treated clients who were abused as children―people who were injured by someone whom they believed to be trustworthy, someone who professed to love them. Their abusers―a father, stepfather, priest, coach, babysitter, aunt, neighbor―often were people who inhabited their daily lives.
Sometimes the ghosts from your past… are real. Moira Flynn is arrested for attacking a door-to-door solicitor with a knife. She claims a voice told her the man was intent on assaulting her. The trouble is, she was the only one that heard that voice.
A suicidal medical doctor wrestles his personal demons as a new patient’s life ropes him into a world of murder and national intrigue.