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by Richard Harvey

Richard Harvey answers questions about the threefold model of human awakening...

 

Editor's Note: Richard Harvey gives insight into the practice of inner work in therapy and spiritual growth. He utilizes Western and Eastern techniques into his psychotherapy practice.

 

 

Psychotherapy


by Mary Phillips-Sandy

Q: WHAT IS NARRATIVE MEDICINE?

A: It’s knowing what to do with stories.
My group and I have developed many, many narrative practices and routines for teaching and clinical work. One is called the “parallel chart.” We give clinicians or students this instruction: Write the things about your care of a patient that do not belong in his or her chart. These parallel charts expose matters that open up in the care of an individual patient, even if they’re simply things like “I’m angry at this guy,” or “This woman makes me sad...”

 

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: In this short article, Mary Phillips-Sandy interviews Rita Charon, Director of the Narrative Medicine programme at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, about the use of story in medicine...

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


by Daniel Mirante

Anyone who has ever worked with the Great Medicine will respect what strength of character, courage, determination and powers of surrender are required to follow such a path. His book, Singing To The Plants is an excellent contribution to the field of shamanistic studies, Ayahuasca research, Ethnography, Botany, Anthropology and also that undefinable field of direct experience and knowledge.

 

Steve uses his own compelling experience with meeting and knowing Mestizo Ayahuasca shamans to thread together a detailed understanding of the rituals and worldview of the Ayahuasquero, expressing his understanding of the deep aspects of his subject, such as the entities and forces of the shamanic realms, with a refreshing phenomenological purity, humility, and respect for the mysteries.


by Brenton Harris

As I sat in the warm office, already hot in the suit I was unaccustomed to wearing, I tried to calm my nerves. It was my second interview since graduating from college a month ago and I wanted to land a well paying job and start my life as a responsible adult. I spoke with advisors, friends, and family throughout the week to prepare as much as possible, practicing my answers to potential questions...

 

Editor's Note from Sherri CarterWhat is your personal vision for the next five years? Personal visions give direction to your intentions, while being open to where the journey will take you.

 

PsychoSpiritual


 

Editor's Note: A movie was made about his "unique" style of practicing medicine. Patch gives his take on modern allopathic medicine and how their is so much more to medicine that just seeing an MD. He is well known for his colorful outfits and bringing laughter to healing.

 

Integrative Medicine


Inteviewed by Sue O'Callahan,

ATH Asst. Editor of Intuition & Symbols

Lynn Robinson, MEd

"I actually believe that all of us have a gift of intuition but I think some of us have it more than others, or perhaps as in my case, I really worked at developing it. I think we all have what I call an “intercompass”, a compass of the soul and when we pay attention to it, it points us in the right direction. So I’ve always been fascinated with intuition and for me it comes in images and feelings and words and pictures and sometimes dreams..."

 

Join ATH Assistant Editor of Intuition & Symbols, Sue O'Callahan as she interviews one of America’s leading experts on the topic of intuition, Lynn Robinson, MEd.

 

 

Intuition & Symbols


 

Editor's Note from Sue Meyn: Judy Reeves is a lovely person, very down to earth, and in this interview she talks about her latest book. You'll learn about the value of writing regularly and starting with a prompt.

 

Writing & Poetry Therapy


Interviewed by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

1. To begin, what is mercury toxicity? How did you know you had it? It sounds like something we should not be getting from a medicine designed to cure and/or avoid getting a deadly disease...

 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Alternative forms of living can bring on dramatic changes in life, in health. Read this story about a tranformative journey in healing through organic, natural, and non-conventional routes.

 

Organic Living


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