Secrets of Energy Work by Paul Brecher (2006-10-01) Paperback – 1638. by. Paul Brecher (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
series offer a unique juxtaposition of theory and practice, providing clear, full explanations which demystify each subject and show you the best way to apply it. This title explains the origins and history of energy work. Each step by step exercise is fully illustrated with colour photography. Jargon free approach makes energy work easy to understand for the newcomer.
Paul Brecher has over 20 years of experience in the martial arts and chi kung, and is a senior instructor for the World Tai Chi Boxing Association. Natural Health is the leading periodical in the field of natural health and self care. He has written numerous articles for magazines and given tai chi demonstrations on television. He is also a qualified practitioner of acupuncture and traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Jargon free approach makes energy work easy to understand for the .
Jargon free approach makes energy work easy to understand for the newcomer.
Secrets of energy work. Qi gong, Vital force, Qi gong, Vital force. 230. Ppi. 300. Printer.
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This little book gives a clear guideline on energy work. Easy to read and understand. The pictures speak a thousand word.
Energy Work: The Secrets of Healing and Spiritual Development. In Energy Work, Robert Bruce offers a, simple, easy-to-learn, approach to self-healing, based on his breakthrough system of Body Awareness Tactile Imaging energy work. Bruce explains how to use tactile imaging, based on one’s sense of touch, rather than visualization, to stimulate the flow of vital energy throughout the body.
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