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Suggestions for a Good, Better, Best and Bester-yet Life
Date:3/20/2019

People are healed by different kinds of healers and systems because the real healer is within.

  • George Goodheart

Here is a new, unusual book
Wholistic Healing for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP): A Mini-Encyclopedia of Ways to Develop and Deepen Wonder-full Relationships. 2019.     550 pages.    Paperback, eBook, hardback.

15-20% of people are Highly Sensitive People (HSPs). Surprisingly, HSPs may be 50% of those in psychotherapy. We can all learn from their experiences, described and explained in this book.

People can change way beyond ordinary expectations, within minutes, whether or not they are HSPs. This book offers rapid yet deep methods Dr. Benor has collected and developed for self-healing.

Sweeter yet, this book can help people build more positivity into every part of their life: body, emotions, mind, relationships and spirit.

These methods can also $ave bundle$ by reducing stress, thereby reducing doses of many medications.

Beyond symptom relief, this book explores and explains how people develop our symptoms and problems, and how to clear them. Many case examples help readers to understand the processes being discussed.

Dr. Benor, a psychiatrist who trained back when psychiatry was mainly psychotherapy, refused to abandon his chosen profession in order to just prescribe medications. He was forced to ask life-altering questions.

Life is the only game in which the object of the game is to learn the rules. – Ashleigh Brilliant

The most important question has been how to find methods that are easy to use, yet quick and potent in their effects. This book summarizes years of gathering and fine-tuning such methods.

Dr. Benor has been able to help countless people in great part because he is a wounded healer himself. He knows what serious trauma is from his own experiences, as well as from helping others. He helps people sort out their problems, to develop the bestest life they can have.

Children respond particularly well because they are more open to exploring new ways of coping.

Dr. Benor explored many variations on the themes of healing, for every level of our being. He discovered that almost everything he’d been taught was in many serious ways only partially true, and in other cases was wrong. Medicine, psychology and psychiatry focus very separately and narrowly on disorders of body, mind, emotions and brain functions. Worse yet, problems are treated by separate specialists, isolated from help for other parts of their patients. No surprise that improvements are often limited in these segregated healthcare approaches.

Wholistic healing: Dr. Benor developed wholistic healing approaches, based on Energy Psychology and EMDR. These help people deal with their problems on every level of their being.

HSPs are often sensitive to subtle healing biological energies and personal spiritual awarenesses, confirmed in research and reviewed in this book. These are not just religious beliefs or wishful thinking. These further major resources for healing, usually provided by clergy, have been largely isolated from other caregiving approaches. Wholistic approaches blend well with these bioenergy and personal spiritual approaches and enhance them.

Einstein’s theory, E = mc2, shows that matter and energy are two sides of the same thing. Few realize this applies equally to living physical matter and bioenergy (your body + the rest of you). This book also explains bioenergies, intuition, healing and collective consciousness, confirmed in research.

Further comprehensive details are available at Dr. Benor’s website, including details of self-healing practices and instructions on self-healing methods.

Daniel Benor, MD, ABIHM, is a wholistic psychiatric psychotherapist, Editor of the open access International Journal of Healing and Caring.     Contact: db (at) danielbenor (dot) com     U.S. Tel. 609-714-1885

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