By Janis Amatuzio, M.D.
Books Summary by John Hanson
The work is about half what you know and half what you feel. Thats why
you have to keep an open mind. Thats when you notice your gut feeling.
It is this kind of knowing that most of us have forgotten. For Janis Amatuzio,
it is a way to understand a different world.
At the beginning of the dream quest program, I was concerned about the way
in which I make decisions. I felt that most of my decisions were based on past
patterns instead of free will. This concerned me so I focused on decision making
as I began recording my first weeks dreams.
Presidential Address of the 16th Annual Conference
of National Academy of Psychology, Bombay, India, December 14-16, 2006
By M.B. Sharan
Academic Dean, Rourkela Institute of Management Studies, Rourkela, India.
Is psychology really understanding all the social problems and solving them?
Is it really helping others and do people have respect for this subject? These
are some of the questions we need to answer honestly.
An excerpt from
Aromatherapy for the Soul: Healing the Spirit wth Fragrance and Essential Oils
By Valerie Ann Worwood
Having a conversation with a tree might seem like a strange thing to do, especially
when you live in a large city, a long way away from trees. But when actually
out among them, it seems like the most natural thing in the world to do. I can
fully understand why traditional Native Americans, when planning to cut down
a tree to make a totem pole or boat, asked permission and gave thanks directly
to the tree making the sacrifice.