A medical doctor who gets the mind, body connection
Dallas, TX (Vocus) January 26, 2010 -- Dr. Peter J. Rappa, MD, a rehabilitation physician in Dallas, TX explores the intricate connection between body, soul and better health in his new book Healing Heart to Soul: One Doctors’ Journey of Health, Healing and Life (Brown Books).
“Life's struggles, such as job loss, marital problems, and high stress levels, impact physical health and mental well-being. Refusing to let go of negative emotions, whether caused by us or inflicted by others can weigh heavy on our shoulders,” says Dr. Peter Rappa, MD. Finding a correlation between physical and spiritual well-being, Dr. Rappa has found this ‘dis-ease’ of the human spirit causes disease of the human body.
In Healing Heart to Soul, Dr. Rappa introduces power principles as practical steps to jump-starting the process of becoming emotionally aware and ultimately transforming physical health. Through his unique collection of medical narratives, Dr. Rappa shares the very personal stories of individuals struggling to overcome disease and injury. Their journeys are heroic, uplifting, and true testaments to the role spiritual growth and self-reliance can play in healing.
By watching and listening to his patients, he discovered the power gained from cleansing the heart in order to heal the body. He calls this process healing from the inside out. But to really heal requires a change in context: to change context requires expansion of awareness, which is not easy but essential to embark on a journey of change
Healing Heart to Soul is an eye-opening look at the connection between physical and spiritual well-being, revealing the need to reach beyond antibiotics, and physical therapy, and recognizing the need for medicine to dig deeper for answers.
Dr. Rappa lives in Dallas with his family. Healing Heart to Soul is his first book.
Healing Heart to Soul is available online and at bookstores everywhere. For more information visit: www.healinghearttosoul.com.
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