The Healing Journey, by Belleruth Naparstek
Some tips on tracking down a professional counselor.
After a relationship goes bad, it's important to take time and rebuild trust--with yourself.
How to drown out old messages from an abusive parent that echo in your head.
Altered states can feel both euphoric and frightening.
Young children are naturals for guided imagery.
Though difficult, this powerful spiritual practice benefits body and soul.
Staying relaxed, centered, and pro-active has a calming effect during treatment--and afterward.
Relaxing the whole body can help keep the jaw relaxed, too.
Healing doesn't have to be a tug-of-war between God and you.
Managing the stress of going from single to married with children at warp speed
Redefining oneself in the face of job loss
Guided Imagery can be effective pain management for both kids and adults with chronic headaches.
The important thing isn't the test but building skills for performing under pressure.
Focusing on the process rather than the outcome may be more productive.
Using guided imagery with semi-comatose patients.
Discovering your passion and turning it into a career.
Striking a balance between parental hovering and giving a teenager distance after a trauma.
It's not a case of an unhealed soul as much as psychological patterns that might be preventing you from finding a partner.
Maintaining your center doesn't always have to be through a spiritual activity.07/06/00
A questioner explores mind-body phenomena.
Taking care of a child with special needs elicits the complexity of letting go all parents feel.
Advice on telling the difference between phobia and "the butterflies."
Regular practice of guided imagery can help with delusions.
Support your health and well-being through this guided affirmation.
While cellular imagery can be effective, other kinds can, too.
The goal is expression, not product.
Relax with supportive affirmations.
Keeping mind, body, and spirit grounded and integrated. 05/05/00
Setting aside worry and clearing the mind.
Is it counter-productive to focus on externals--icons, get well cards, prayer beads, or prayer bowls--during cancer treatments?
Addressing one person's worry that imagery is the work of the devil.
A mother wonders what to do with her child who seems to be psychic.
Suggestions for getting your sleep schedule back on track.
The road to recovery is a full time job but also full of gifts.
The guru days are over. It's time to consult our inner wisdom.
Imagery pioneer Belleruth Naparstek talks about the positive effects of distance imaging and offers a simple visualization.
In dealing with trauma, the body sometimes protects itself in ways that create other problems.
A guided imagery exercise to prepare a woman's body for pregnancy.
Are one-on-one sessions better than pre-recorded guided imagery tapes?
Anxiety, disappointment, depression are all to be expected when facing cancer treatments.
Suggestions for dealing with the trauma of a car accident.
Sacred Flesh, by Mirka Knaster
How silence soothes the harried soul.
Why we should practice right speech.
In spiritual development, it's good to be somebody before letting go of the ego, and becoming nobody.
Spiritual traditions in the East and West have different ways of integrating body and spirit.
Grace often comes in mysterious ways.
Many religions see the spiritual value in abstaining from food and drink.
How physical gestures can become another form of spiritual practice.
Spirituality--inside and out.
Using All Your Senses
A new way of ministering
Gaining Insight From Sore Muscles
How to develop a spiritual discipline.
Balance in our bodies is often reflected in our lives.
In many faiths, taking care of physical health is part of the tradition
Because the body and mind are interrelated, good posture supports good meditation.
A way to flex your physical and spiritual muscles.
Our view of the body affects how we use it in worship and spiritual practices.
Higher Grumbles, by T. George Harris
When prayers don't heal, does that mean our faith is weak?08/24/00
Aspects of spiritual intelligence--forgiveness, hope, gratitude--have been found to be good for your health.08/03/00
A conversation with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.05/18/00
Want to raise a deviant? Take away your kid's porn.05/05/00
The unity of mind, body, and spirit is being explored not only in spiritual but medical circles as well.