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Lissa Rankin and the Theory of Self-Healing

By Exploring Your Mind — 2018

Self-healing is not a new thing. Since the dawn of time, people have talked about self-healing, or our body’s ability to heal itself.

Read on exploringyourmind.com

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An Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Are you searching for a way to cope with a mental health challenge or even with everyday life? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective approach for many people.

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‘Are You Ready to Heal?’: Nonbinary Activist Alok Vaid-Menon Deconstructs Gender

In a viral clip from the podcast “Man Enough,” the nonbinary poet and speaker said the gender binary hurts everyone—not just trans people.

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The Bernie S. Siegel interview on ‘The Art of Healing’

One key distinction in this new wave of scholars—including books by Coles, Dossey and Bernie Siegel—is that these experts are not selling any specific religious creed. They’re not “faith healers.

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101 Exercises for the Soul - An Excerpt

As we get older, it is important to maintain a childlike sense of humor and to let your inner child express itself; otherwise, life can become oppressive and difficult. I know from experience how easy it is to focus on what is troubling me rather than on what heals and sustains me.

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Beyond Your Wildest Dreams: Debbie Ford on Overcoming Fear and Igniting Self-Confidence

For me, healing is a state of consciousness. It's a place deep inside where one feels whole and good about themselves and their lives no matter what's going on.

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Behavioral Therapy, One Tarot Card at a Time

Jessica Dore takes the messages of the tarot cards and adds a layer of psychotherapy.

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Stephen W. Porges, PhD: Q&A About Freezing, Fainting, and the ‘Safe’ Sounds of Music Therapy

[Porges'] widely-cited polyvagal theory contends that living creatures facing or sensing mortal danger will immobilize, even “play dead,” as a last resort.

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Meditation as a Tool for Survival

Meditation is very handy for adapting to challenging situations.

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8 Ways People Recover From Post Childhood Adversity Syndrome

Cutting-edge research tells us that experiencing childhood emotional trauma can play a large role in whether we develop physical disease in adulthood. In Part 1 of this series, we looked at the growing scientific link between childhood adversity and adult physical disease.

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Falling in Love, Again

This third and final installment in a series by Oriah Mountain Dreamer deals with reawakening to joy and a sense of gratitude returning to her life after a divorce.

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Self-Healing