The use of alternative treatments for mental illness is growing in popularity
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The Huffington Post: Americans have no difficulty adopting ancient practices into their health regimens.
by Suifu Yan Lei: People always say health is the most important thing but how many people live by this belief?
by Huffington Post: Ironically, when it comes to treating the ailments of modern life —
by Dr. Paul Lam: “What about the breathing?” Numerous students have asked me this question. Some teachers believe that breathing patterns should be very specific.
by Jennifer Haupt: Many people think of qigong, the ancient Chinese practice of coordinating breath, movement, and awareness,
By Dorene Internicola: For modern, harried lifestyles focused on getting and spending, fitness experts say tai chi, the ancient Chinese slow-moving exercise, can be an ideal way for anyone to stay fit.
By: Janet Bray Attwood Stephen Co is a senior disciple and personal student of Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui, the founder of Pranic Healing.