qWe were not taught in medical school about the spiritual/energetic aspect of our true nature; that I had to learn from my patients and the master healer Himself.q In Healing From Within, Be Still and Know, 4th Edition, Dr. Brooksby describes how we can reclaim and maintain our health when traditional medicine has failed us. Liberally peppered with case histories, Dr. Brooksby teaches us about our nature and how it's possible to work with our intrinsic energies to help us heal. qChrist taught his disciples how to heal. We were supposed to have that knowledge, knowledge that has been lost to western cultures. It was not supposed to be a secret.q Additionally, in this fourth and final edition of Healing From Within, Be Still and Know, Dr. Brooksby discusses past life traumas and energetic entities and the impact of those on our health. qI enjoyed the book. It's honest.q-Jim Jealous, D.O., F.A.A.O. Member of the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation and founder of the qBiodynamicsq lectures on craniosacral osteopathic medicine.qI love this book. As a fan of craniosacral osteopathic work. I can personally validate the rich teachings in this book.q-Caroline Myss Best selling author of Why People Don't Heal and How They Can and Anatomy of the Spirit.qOne of the greatest errors made by allopathic (MD) medicine is the rejection of osteopathic manipulative treatment. Not only did allopathic medicine reject osteopathy, but it does not even acknowledge the existence of craniosacral therapy! I personally have seen some of the miraculous types of healings described by Dr. Brooksby with craniosacral treatment. One young man who had very violent behavior over a three year period following an automobile accident was permanently cured with a single craniosacral treatment. We are all indebted to Dr. Brooksby for bringing this important technique to a wider audience.q-C. Normal Shealy, M.D., PhD Founder, Shealy Institute for Comprehensive Health Care, Founding President, American Holistic Medical Association, Research and Clinical Professor of Psychology, Forest Institute of Professional Psychology.Robert Brooksby, Robert C. Brooksby D. O.. makes the MSM ... The 1.5-gram caplets/ pills are so large that few people can swallow them. MSM powder is bitter. ... He said that he had chronic constipation but when he takes MSM, his bowels move normally. Another ... Ia#39;ve come across several brands of MSM that have reacted badly with patients and Ia#39;ve run across several brands that dona#39;t seem to awork.
|Title||:||Healing from Within Be Still and Know|
|Author||:||Robert Brooksby, Robert C. Brooksby D. O.|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-11|