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We can help take care of ourselves with diet, exercise, and regular check-ups, but is there more that we can do to optimize our overall health? Dr. Andrew Weil, pioneer of integrative medicine, believes so. An integrative approach to health means addressing not only our physical body, but our energetic body as well.

Now in Self-Healing with Energy Medicine, this best-selling author teams up with Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson to offer insights and expert guidance about how to clear blockages to healing, enhance your longevity, and increase your vitality.

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  • Lisa
  • Bayside, NY, United States
  • 02-18-11

Unhelpful to the extreme

This is what happens when materialist medical scientists try to co-opt traditional medicine. Ann Marie Chiasson talks about an aspect of ancient, traditional, cross-cultural spiritual healing as "energy" that can be prescribed and bottled. She's got the most annoying exercise where she talks over some intrusive music telling you to bang your big toes together. This lecture is supposed to be about self-healing with "energy," which to her is a big chuck of something that makes a clunky sound when it snaps into place inside your physical body. Also, as a near-death survivor of chemotherapy, I would definitely not consult her about cancer treatment.

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