Searching for Simple Rules in Massage and Cancer Care

Searching for Simple Rules in Massage and Cancer Care.

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Probiotics for the prevention of Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea in adults and children.

Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013 May 31;5:CD006095. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD006095.pub3.
Goldenberg JZ, Ma SS, Saxton JD, Martzen MR, Vandvik PO, Thorlund K, Guyatt GH, Johnston BC.

Source – Bastyr University, Seattle, WA, USA.

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Different Cracks


While walking to work this morning, I passed the local chiropractor who had a sign up on the footpath “there is a crack, a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in”.  This is a Leonard Cohen quote from his song “Anthem”. I smiled at the humour and it resonated as I also used the quote to start my book “The Sensitive Nervous System” in 2001. In all that time I had never thought of the crack in the quote as relating to a joint, I was more reflecting on cracks in thinking at the time.

And as I wandered on, I thought, what has happened to manipulation these days? The high velocity thrusts (grade 5 techniques in some systems) often associated with joints popping and cracking and occasional spectacular relief.

Who is doing it?
Is it done as much as it was last century?
Is anyone researching…

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Here’s to whistleblowers and tiny testicles

Here’s to whistleblowers and tiny testicles.

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The Healing Power of Music

The Healing Power of Music.

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Welfare of the Soul

Welfare of the Soul – Dr Philip Groves
Free download available 
Please click here  THE WELFARE OF THE SOUL

On Friday, 30th January, 1987, Dr. Philip Groves gave an address entitled “Spiritual Aspects of Swedenborg’s Psychology” at The New Church, Roseville, Sydney, Australia to mark the 299th Anniversary of the birth of Emanuel Swedenborg (born 29th January, 1688). Through this publication, which is based on the address itself, a much wider audience will be able to share Dr  Groves’ presentation on the value and use of what is found in the theological writings of Swedenborg (referred to in the text as ‘Swedenborg’s writings’ and the ‘Writings.’

Those who study Swedenborg’s writing will find an abundance of material that will help them to alter subjective attitudes, expand their vision of spiritual possibilities, deepen their faith, arouse their spirit of charity, and encourage them to seek what is good, true, loving and beautiful.’

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