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“Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself” wants to remind people the innate power for self-healing that we all have. The book starts with an introduction by Kriss Carr, who shares her experience with thriving with a chronic disease.

Dr. Lissa Rankin is a medical doctor, who decided to help people to heal in a more holistic way and to move away from the often dualistic approach which is so common in “Western” medicine. She brings a lot of wisdom to the table, supporting it with scientific evidences.

Mind Over Medicine

Mind Over Medicine

There is a need to show, again and again, that there is no real external healing, but that healing happens from the inside out. While external interventions may be beneficial, and sometimes necessary, what happens afterward is about what happens inside us. Lissa fills this need, showing cases where patients achieved results that were considered unattainable, by changing their behaviors and beliefs.

Dr. Lissa Rankin looks into the “placebo effect”, and other aspects of healing which question our contemporary understanding of prevention, recovery and interventions.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.

Loveability is Robert Holden’s new book. Robert is the British expert on happiness, and this book should’t be missed if you care about lasting happiness.

Loveability goes to the root of real happiness: the effortless state of being loving and accepting to be loved. Robert, as Erich Fromm did, goes to the source. Instead of addressing the multitude of issues which we can create in our lives when we image ourselves as separated from the whole, he goes to the core of oneness. Expressed as unconditional love.

Loveability by Robert Holden

Loveability by Robert Holden

Unconditional love takes us to our natural state of happiness. And it makes more likely for other external manifestations of happiness (relationships, friends, etc.) to blossom. Robert offers some useful exercises, taken from the workshops he has been running for many years, and insights about how he got here.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes.