The Human Aerial (Aber Torchlight Books)

9781842851357: The Human Aerial (Aber Torchlight Books)
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Who else wants to be healthier? Wouldn't it be great to have a combined approach that is a compelling blueprint for deep healing in the 21-st century? What lies at the beating heart of this book is the belief that we need a healing system that accepts that our bodies are truly human aerials bound together and infiltrated by a fascinating network of connecting tissue, perfectly designed to receive and transmit information beyond our individual earthbound experiences. In this book Dr Kelly explains how - for direction, guidance, and healing we can tune into realms beyond our concepts of time and space and how understanding of ourselves as human aerials can bring wonder and hope to a worldly existence transforming our lives here and now. This is a book for all who are interested in the health of body, mind and spirit, but also for the medical fraternity, challenging tightly held ideas and opening up new frames of reference for clinicians everywhere.

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Dr Robin Kelly is an English-trained doctor whose medical practice has evolved to embrace Eastern and modern mind/body philosophies. His focus is on integrating these holistic models into a modern contemporary environment -- blending the best of the East with the best of the West. Patients are seen as true partners, and "Healing Plans" are devised honouring each person's unique gifts.

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ISBN 10:  1877365300 ISBN 13:  9781877365300
Publisher: Zenith Publishing, 2006