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Your Body Speaks Your Mind: Understanding How Your Emotions and Thoughts Affect You Physically Paperback – Mar 5 2013


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Helpful May 30 2013
By Jack Carpenter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I found this book helped me and would recommend it to anyone.
From my own experience, I have no problem believing what it says.
Great Go-to Ailment Book April 3 2014
By Biz - Published on Amazon.com
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Originally I read "Electrical Nutrition" first and began looking for something a bit more technical. My friend who loans me "Electrical Nutrition", loaned me this book as well. I liked it so much, I purchased my own copy. Some copies come with audio discs as well, but I wasn't interested, so I ordered the most recent copy. This book is super helpful if you have an ailment or if you just want to Lear about yout body an what causes your ailments, it even covers the emotional level! I would definitely recommend as a guide for those of you who enjoyed "Electrical Nutrition" or seek services from the bodyelectrician.
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Your body speaks your mind Aug. 15 2010
By Julz - Published on Amazon.com
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I think I may have purchased this book with excessively high expectations; based largely on the back-page reviews by respected authors, Dr Christiane Northrup and Dr Bernie Siegel. I expected some empirical evidence, and explanations based upon theories arising from psychoneuroimmunology and psychoneuroendocrinology. Whilst these areas receive a brief mention early on, the remainder of the book lacks the scientific basis that could give it some credibility. Could have been written by a faith-healer/clairvoyant/or other similarly fantasy-driven individual.


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