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|Description:||viii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The basic components; the long term problem; the patient; the need for a symptom; perpetuating the problem; challenging restrictive beliefs; negative self-talk; imprinting - the fingerprints of fate; inner tension - a loss of power; the sinister partners of fear and guilt; mad, bad or misunderstood?; the doctor's role; understanding ourselves; the importance of understanding; fixation on the physical; how the other half lives - the unconcious; different levels of controlling behaviour; it's about time; the diversionary tactics of stress; a breath of fresh air - hyperventilation; how are your feelings?; positive action; analysing the parts; the real me; the memory lingers on; creative visualization; the forgotten child within; panning for gold; alternative choices; taking responsibility; gleanings from experience|
|Responsibility:||Brian Roet ; illustrated by Shaun Williams.|
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positive action for health and wellbeing
Eye opening book.Dr Brian Roet puts his finger on the root causes of illness,and how best to effect a cure.I have had stomach cancer,for the past six years.Whilst lots of friendsand relatives have past away after treatment for cancer during these six years.I am getting better...
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