Healing Herbs for Hurting Hearts

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The heart chakra is perhaps the best known chakra in the West. We send valentines to our sweethearts, feel brokenhearted when we lose a loved one, and our heartfelt thanks to those who help us. This lecture focuses on material and energetic preparations that aid in keeping the heart center in balance.

More than 30 world-renowned speakers joined the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, Pennsylvania for the Sacred Link Freedom From Fear conference. Topics ranging from personal growth to world affairs to sustainable ecology were presented and recorded live. This lecture is among those offered.

A board-certified Psychiatrist, Dr. Stephen Nezezon serves on the faculty of the Himalayan Institute. He is a holistic health practitioner integrating herbs, homeopathy, Ayurveda, diet and nutrition, and yoga.

©2004 Himalayan Institute (P)2004 Himalayan Institute

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Poor recording and very limited herbal information

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I was hoping for more information on specific herbs to use rather than saying that generally herbs and homeopathy can be used to help with energetic and physical heart conditions. I was expecting a lecture on which herbs to use for what conditions and in what way.

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The recording of the lecture was very challenging to hear even with the volume maxed out on my listening device. The information was interesting but I did not feel it fit with the lecture title and was a struggle to listen.