Larry Dossey, MD explains how prayer can be a valuable spiritual healing tool for mind body medicine practitioners. Listen as Larry shares the research he has found on distance healing and the mind body connection. Spiritual growth and development is important for health and growth.
We got so many comments on Rachel’s story about how a newborn deeply affected a physician that we wanted to share it again with you.
It’s a powerful reminder to keep your eyes open – you might be surprised by what you see.
Neurotheology: Does God Affect Our Brain. Scientific neurotheology studies have found that spirituality can impact the way we think.
Rachel Remen, MD shares how we can use “generous listening” to deepen our connection with patients with this simple, yet profound technique. Attend the Rachel Remen webinar.
Spirituality and health are more closely related than most think. This scientific study shows the specific aspects of spirituality and health that are correlated.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an easy way to have more self-control? Spirituality may provide a way to develop stronger self-control.
Spirituality plays an important role in our lives. It can also be a vehicle to faster healing. We surveyed thousands of people to understand what it is they want to learn about spirituality and created a series to answer these questions. Featuring the top spiritual teachers from around the world, NICABM’s Spirituality in Healing webinar series will help you understand the power of spiritual healing.
Can Spirituality Improve Outcomes for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients? Spirituality can help people heal in a number of ways. But does it have any effect on traumatic brain injury? A recent study by Brigid Waldron-Perrine, PhD at Wayne State University has found that it just might.
We’ve known for years that the mind and body can have a profound effect on each other, but we are still discovering new ways that this relationship works. We’re now seeing how our nervous system makes adjustments in the body in response to stress. Listen in as Dr. Stephen Porges explains how our heart rate can act as a window into understanding our internal balance.