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“From my Heart and Hands” by Kate Macinnon
Whether you have never heard of CranioSacral Therapy before or are currently receiving treatment, this book is essential to learning the theory behind this effective and rapidly growing therapy. It interweaves the personal journey of the author (a CST practitioner) with case studies using CST and detailed, easy to understand techniques to help yourself at home between sessions. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the amazing powers of the human body and how with support of CST it can find its own way to balance and health.
“You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay
This is THE book to read, study, share with family and friends, meditate on the beautiful illustrations and always keep close by to read again and again. It incorporates portions of “Heal Your Body”, listing the correlations between dis-eases and thought patterns.
” The Secret Language of the Heart” by Barry Goldstein
In this powerful yet user-friendly guide, you’ll learn how to use music, sound and vibration as tools to create heart and brain coherence and optimize your mind and well-being.
“Empowering Women” by Louise Hay
Easy to read and inspiring, this book covers woman-specific topics and concerns. It encourages women to be mapmakers and pacesetters, to strengthen the ties between us and to reach a new level of freedom.
“The Alchemy of Self-Healing” by Jeannine Wiest
A powerful 30-day plan to give you a creative, deeply insightful way how to listen, relate to and heal your body.
“Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom” , “The Wisdom of Menopause” and “Goddesses Never Age” by Christiane Northrup, MD
Three of the most comprehensive books on women’s health, integrating the physical and spiritual aspects every woman needs to know in order to create a healthy body and fulfilled life.
“Why Zebras don’t get Ulcers” by Robert M. Sapolsky
An amusing and fun to read guide to stress, stress-related diseases and the mechanisms of coping with stress.
“The Body Heals Itself” by Emily A. Francis
This book acts as a roadmap for the energetic journey within your own body, showing how to recognize and release stored emotions in your muscles to let go of pain.
“Wellness Workbook” by John W. Travis and Regina Sara Ryan
An empowering self-assessment tool known as the Wellness Index with questionnaires, practical information and suggestions to see which of the 12 areas in your life need attention: Self-Responsibility and Love, Breathing, Sensing, Eating, Moving, Feeling Thinking, Playing and Working, Communicating, Sex, Finding Meaning, Transcending.
“The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin
An enlightening, laugh aloud read describing the authors adventures on focusing on things that really matter. Or as the subtitle says: Why I spent a year trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle and generally have more fun!
“The Urban Monk” by Pedram Shojai
Combing Western medicine and Eastern wisdom, Pedram offers a fresh and unique perspective on how stressed-out people can find time to lead a happier and healthier life. Funny, direct and honest!