Mind, Body, Spirit Workbook by Dr Christine Page
Information: 170 pages, paperback
They say: This workbook was developed from Dr Page's internationally renowned and respected 'Spirit in Practice' course for orthodox and complementary practitioners.
The aims of the course are:
· To enhance understanding of the Mind/Body relationship
· To enable people to reduce stress levels
· To raise awareness of subtle energies and their effects
· To encourage people to awaken their Inner Healer
Readers are offered a rich variety of exercises, meditations and guided visualisations, designed to raise their awareness of the connection between our thoughts, emotions and personality traits, and our health and well-being on all levels.
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Dr Christine Page
A trained doctor and medical professional, Dr Christine Page is now known as a mystical physician. Dr Page gained her medical degree from London University and specialised in covering paediatrics, obstetrics and general practice. As well as conventional medicine, she also trained as a homeopath and has over 30 years experience in the caring professions.
Her knowledge and understanding of complementary medicine was put to good use and she’s helped it to become better accepted within some areas of the health care system in Britain.
As her career has progressed, her focus now is more on education, particularly using are intuitive and mystic abilities. She’s the author of six books, with the best known being Frontiers of Health, and is renowned in both the UK and the US for her teaching and writing. She’s adept at combining the ideas of modern science with those of ancient wisdom and, as well as writing and teaching, also offers soul readings.
Dr Christine Page views herself as a ‘messenger and bridge builder between different worlds’ and lives with her husband, Leland, in Northern California.
Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews
This contribution to the popular subject of self-therapy is readable by anyone. Its 170 pages in large print means it can be read easily and quickly, although its effectiveness lies in its being used as a source of practical exercises. In that regard it is a very useful means of human self-growth.