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There are many pathways to healing and
Zora at Integrated Living works with you to
find the unique way that is best for your body,
mind and soul to heal.
For all types of issues from headache,
pain, emotional issues, depression, fatigue or
hormonal issues and any stress related issue..
Zora will work with you to optimise your
energies so that your mind and body can
function at their best, boosting your immune
system and increasing your vitality. Zora will
show you how you can live in an increasing
state of well being.
Zora trained in Eastern and Western
healing techniques including Energy healing
with world renowned Energy Healers Cyndi
Dale and Donna Eden.
Zora is a Holistic Health Practitioner,
Counsellor, Hypnotherapist, Energy Healer,
with over 10 years experience in Women's
Call Zora on 9317 7250
Helping Women Heal
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Expand your knowledge of this time-honoured
science and use this ancient wisdom to
enhance yours and others -- Health, Wealth
Feng Shui is the study of environmental
influences and how they impact on your life. It
enables you to identify and avoid the negative
influences and simultaneously enhance the
beneficial and more positive energies within
your specific environment -- giving you a
greater sense of wellbeing, happiness and
There are courses for all levels at the Feng
Shui Centre and Juliana Abram is the only
Licensed Instructor for Master Lo's school
in Australia. Hence, participants of Feng
Shui 1 and Destiny 1 with Juliana, qualify
for certification and acceptance into Master
Lo's 6-part intensive practitioner training
Or.....simply use this knowledge to
enhance your own life on a daily basis.
Juliana Abram, Instructor
RAYMOND LO s SCHOOL of
FENG SHUI & DESTINY
Learn to enhance your Life
PO Box 1188, Subiaco 6904
Based on the principles of Chinese Medicine,
Shiatsu works to harmonize body, mind and
spirit. Using a combination of age old massage
techniques, stretching and meditation, Shiatsu
gives a deeply satisfying massage while connecting
with and harmonizing the Chi or life force energy.
Shiatsu is given on a futon mat on the floor
with the recipient wearing loose comfortable
clothing. The practitioner uses hands, thumbs,
elbows, knees and feet to release tension and
promote the flow of Chi.
Come and try a Shiatsu massage at our
student clinic in Bayswater. A 1 hour treatment
including consultation is $30. Open Thursdays
and Saturdays. Please phone for appointment.
New address: Unit 1, 48, May St, Bayswater 6053
New courses start January and July.
• Cert. of Shiatsu
• Dip. of Shiatsu Therapy
• Traditional Chinese Medicine
• Acu. Point Location (no needles)
• Anatomy & Physiology
HEALTH HEALING & BODYWORK
Be the best you can be!
• Tired of feeling exhausted?
• Suffering from long term or
• Struggling with depression or addictions?
• Lacking in motivation?
• Wanting more out of life?
Don't struggle any longer. We offer a range of
effective natural therapies to help you become
healthy, vibrant, confident and successful.
Do something now!
We specialise in surrogate bio-energetic testing
and distant energy therapies, suitable for those
located outside the Perth metro area.
Contact Lisa Throssell and Lindsey Murphy at
11 Principles to discuss how we can help you
to be the best you can be.
Phone: (08) 9355 5331
This transition to a subtler form can
be seen in the context of spirituality as a
positive transformation. While there will
still be grief, there is also healing for all
The essential fear of humans is to lose
the physical form. Really, all our other
fears boil down to this -- we want to live.
The purpose of living, according to the
ancient sciences of yoga and Ayurveda, is
to express through the physical body for
the purpose of evolving mentally,
emotionally and spiritually. Just like
the universe itself, according to yoga
philosophy, begins in Oneness, expresses
itself through many forms and then those
forms gradually return to Oneness, so,
too, does the individual soul journey
through lifetimes. The extroversial and
introversial flows of life are continually
recycling, moving always from subtle to
crude, from crude back to subtle.
Arthur Barsky is a psychiatrist at
Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital
who published an article in JAMA (Journal
of the American Medical Association) in
2002 urging practitioners to pay closer
attention to the "nocebo effect". The
opposite of the placebo effect where
healing seems to arise even when the
prescribed treatment appears to have no
effect, the nocebo effect is largely ignored.
Yet the research that has been done
demonstrates that patients who believe the
treatment will not work, are often right.
Patients who know the side effects of their
medications have been found to experience
them more (or at least report experiencing
them more) than control groups who
did not have conscious knowledge of the
possible side effects.
So a cancer or heart disease or other
serious diagnosis which leaves you "scared
to death" or "worried sick" is likely to
worsen the condition by stimulating
unhelpful biological responses.
Of the so called "cancer miracles",
including that of well known meditation
and lifestyle teacher Ian Gawler and
champion cyclist Lance Armstrong, there
are strong recurring themes. Dr Bernie
Siegel has documented 57 cases of people
who have healed themselves and survived
despite the odds being stacked against
them. He found that they all gave up
anger and depression by making a specific
decision to do so. From that point on their
tumours started to shrink.
Gawler and Armstrong both embraced
a holistic approach to self care and took
responsibility for their healing through
nutrition, exercise and meditation. While
they may seem to have battled valiantly,
their warrior natures are distinctly peaceful.
This is a crucial distinction. Particularly
in the cancer field, there is a great deal
of language around battles, wars and
victories. Yet Gawler hits the nail on the
head when he says that the Rambo
approach is unsustainable.
Beating cancer (or any other health
issue) is not a matter of violently attacking
the disease with "shock and awe" tactics.
The disease has manifested in your body
after all, so you are really fighting with
yourself. The wiser approach more closely
resembles the stance of the martial artist,
using the forces within to strengthen what
is good and diminish what is no longer
serving the evolution of the entire being.
And when the entire being is addressed,
the mind, soul or spiritual self, as well as
the physical body, the experience is a far
more transformational one.
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