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Anatomy Of The Spirit - Caroline Myss, PhD £6.99

"Anatomy of the Spirit" is the first book to unify Eastern and Western spiritual healing into a programme for physical healing and personal power. In this breakthrough view of mind, body and spirit, Caroline Myss demonstrates that the seven stages through which everyone must pass in the search for consciousness and spiritual maturity are the same in all traditions and are also the same seven stages for healing.

Vibrational Medicine - Richard Gerber £12.59

Gerber provides a new scientific paradigm that strongly supports what spiritual healers have known for millennia. It explains this knowledge of the energy body in scientific terms that permits us to make a graceful transition from the Newtonian concept of health to the wholeness of the Einsteinian quantum worldview.

A Practical Guide To Vibrational Medicine - Richard Gerber £9.50

At the dawn of the 21st century, a growing number of pioneering researchers embrace a new view of healing - one expounded by Dr. Richard Gerber in his groundbreaking bestseller, Vibrational Medicine.

Now he shows how to put this new way of thinking into practical use, describing the role of consciousness and "thought forms", as well as the benefits of homeopathy, acupuncture, colour and light healing, magnetobiology and other therapies.

Entangled Minds - Dean Radin £6.50

A fascinating, yet-unexplained scientific phenomenon shows that individual objects in the universe are not quite as separate as they seem. Once two objects interact, they remain connected in space and time in what Einstein called 'spooky action at a distance.' Could the same interaction explain psychic occurrences? Psychic researcher Dean Radin argues that human minds are likely interconnected or entangled in the same way, and this interconnected fabric of reality is the key to those puzzling yet profoundly meaningful experiences called psychic phenomena.

The Body Electric - Robert O Becker & Gary Selden £8.99

Robert O. Becker, the 20th century pioneer of research in bioelectric phenomena, does a masterful job of leading the reader into the invisible yet profound world of electromagnetism and its effect on all living organisms.

At times awe-inspiring, at others frightening, Becker ends his book with more questions posed than answered, both in the realm of medical implications of tissue regeneration and in the realm of electropollution and its possible ramifications for our industrialized society.

An excellent book for the intellectually curious.

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