A collaboration between a traditionally trained physician and a medical intuitive, The Creation of Health illuminates the deep connection between emotional dysfunction and physical illness. It describes the role that emotional disturbances play in the most common diseases and ailments from the common cold to arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. After providing an introduction to intuitive medicine and its history, method of diagnosis, and relationship to traditional medicine, Myss and Shealy detail the deeper emotional and psychic reasons why illness develops in the body. Dr. Shealy offers a traditional account of a particular disease or ailment, while Dr. Myss sheds light on the deeper causes through her corresponding energy analysis. Confirming the link between illness and emotion, The Creation of Health puts forth a groundbreaking vision of holistic healing. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Hello Kitty® knows what friendship is all about, and in this little book she shares it with you! Each thoughtful page full of heartwarming images of Hello Kitty® and her friends will inspire smiles and carry a world of happiness only the best of friends can know.
Michaela Meise works with the formats of video, drawing, performance and sculpture. She examines the principles of sculptural and architectural ordering, both from the perspective of their creative execution as well as in relation to their political and social context.This publication focuses on two groups of work: while one of them is concerned with the inanimate object, the other is dedicated to the human body.English and German text.
Author: Bruno Gmunder
Publisher: Bruno Gmunder Verlag
Release Date: 2013-05-01
Youth and its innocence have been taking beholder's breath away for eons. It is both a gift and a myth, and no one is immune to its charms. This anthology celebrates this wonderful gift with a selection of the best images from renowned artists.
ex libris commemorates the approximately thirty thousand books, belonging to Palestinian homes, libraries, and institutions, that were looted by Israel in 1948. Six thousand of these books are kept and catalogued at the Jewish National Library of Israel in Jerusalem under the designation 'A.P.' (Abandoned Property).Jacir photographed these books with her cell phone during repeated visits to the library over the course of two years. With her intimate explorations, selection, and cataloguing, Jacir creates a a register of the fragments and traces she documented. She has also translated into German and English some of the handwritten inscriptions of the former owners, and is exhibiting them along with the Arabic on billboards in public spaces throughout Kassel. Her work not only addresses the looting and destruction of books but also raises questions regarding repatriation and restitution.