Book Review: Break the Code of Your Illness

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Break the Code of Your Illness: The Link Between Emotional Distress and Health Disorders
Isabelle Benarous
Bioreprogramming Press, 2010. 91 pages.

For health care professionals of any modality, this remarkable book explores the connections between mind and body, at a profound level. My only regret is that I did not discover it sooner! … more

Book Review: The New Medicine

The New Medicine: Understanding Cancer and Other Biological Programs

Lars Peter Kronlob
Edition Esoterick, 2013.

Book Review by John Chitty

Polarity Therapists may be familiar with the “New Medicine” work of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, born in 1935 in Germany. His unique ideas are quite compatible with the work of Randolph Stone, specifically in emphasizing how health conditions precipitate from subtle mental to gross physical manifestation. However Hamer’s message contains remarkable additional insight in … more

Book Review: Tripping Over the Truth

Tripping Over the Truth: The Return of the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Illuminates a New and Hopeful Path to a Cure

Trevor Christofferson
CreateSpace 2014

Review by John Chitty

I have a special interest in cancer books, and this one just moved to the front of my list of most highly recommended.

Tripping Over the Truth tells the story of cancer research in America, particularly the emergence of two theories and sets of strategies. … more

Paul Lezchek & Re-Setting the Amygdala

Paul Lezchek, PhD, (1920-1993) studied neuroscience at the University of Chicago in the late 1940s and 1950s. Far ahead of his time, he identified the amygdalae as the brain areas most central to trauma-generated symptoms such as anxiety/depression, and also a key to PTSD recovery. He was also a musician– I am reminded of Joseph Ledoux, PhD (NYU, author of The Emotional Brain, Synaptic Self and other books) and his rock band the Amygdaloids. With … more