Browsing the archives for the alternative healing tag

Can one healing technique work for everybody?

Is it true that no one technique can work for everyone; that we need to “shop around” in order to find what works for us?  I think that most healers believe this, not because it is true but because it is what we’ve been told.  After all, shopping around is good for the economy right?  [...]

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February 24, 2012 in Placebo effect, RPT theory and teachings
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How your health is driven by hidden survival insticts (theory behind new RPT)

Many people accuse healers of pseudo-science, New Age hocus pocus or magical thinking.  And most of the time they are dead right.  So, what can we do to set ourselves apart? How can I make it clear that we are firmly grounded in reality? The answer is to build our healing work on a solid [...]

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February 9, 2012 in RPT theory and teachings
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How to create an instant healing technique (part 2)

How do you build an instant healing technique? In my last major article I looked at how simplicity drives the design of a healing technique.  Today I’d like to discuss the how.  How do you create something new. This question has consumed me for almost 10 years, and I’d like to share some of that [...]

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January 9, 2012 in Logic and skeptical thinking, RPT theory and teachings
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Designing the ultimate healing technique (Part 1: Occam’s Razor)

How do you develop the ultimate instant healing technique?  Where do you even start?  By peeling away the layers of existing techniques to see what makes them tick.  How? Using Occam’s Razor.  Today I take a peek under the bonnet of several leading techniques, and show explain how this helped us develop our new method, [...]

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December 8, 2011 in Logic and skeptical thinking, Placebo effect, RPT theory and teachings
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Re-launch: My blog becomes personal

Dear friends As you probably have noticed, it’s been quite some time since I contributed to this blog. A lot has happened in my life in the last few months and it’s actually taken a lot of thinking and a lot of work to get this blog going again. I realized that last year I [...]

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February 20, 2011 in Personal update
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Will your diet harm or heal your grandchildren?

You are what you eat right? And you also are the expression of your genes.  So which one is most important to your health and how do the 2 factors affect each other? Recently I’ve been researching questions like do your genes determine your ideal diet? Does your diet change your genes? Can your eating [...]

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October 4, 2010 in Diet / lifestyle and health, Epigenetics
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Epigenetics (Part 4): The Key Developmental Events Model

Today’s blog is about healing epigenetic trauma – specifically events that happened to your grandparents which caused a change in the way your genes are expressed.  If you haven’t read parts 1 – 3 of this discussion, it’s recommended that you do that now so that you can read this work in context. Click here [...]

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October 1, 2010 in Epigenetics
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RPT launches in the Middle East! Dubai dates announced

Dear friends Just in case you missed our latest email to blog subscribers and graduates, we are excited to announce the launch of RPT in Dubai. This is our first course in the Middle East. We expect that these courses will attract mostly expatriates living in Dubai and students traveling from abroad for the course. [...]

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September 18, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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Epigenetics (part 2): differences between twins and the biology of diabetes

In our last post we introduced an important new field of science: epigenetics. Today I’m going to continue to describe epigenetics and explain why it’s so important in understanding disease processes. I found another great video for you to watch: the Epigenetics of Twins. Twins are really important in genetics because they help us to [...]

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September 16, 2010 in Epigenetics
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Mirror Neurons: how important are they really in our day to day life?

Today’s blog is by Evette Rose, co-founder of Reference Point Therapy. Evette is currently working full-time on the editing of her forthcoming book, Metaphysical Anatomy. In today’s article Evette shares some important research for the possible future treatment of depression and autism. Today I’d like to share with you a concept which most of you [...]

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August 14, 2010 in RPT theory and teachings, Thoughts For the Day
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