The Healing InSight Method

Nikki Gresham-Record

WORKING WITH CHAKRAS FOR BELIEF CHANGE transforms people's unhelpful beliefs through clearing their chakras, raising their vibrations and creating a fertile space for the New to come in. The Healing InSight Method presented in this practical full-colour book is based on affirmations used together with individual chakra work and specific bodywork exercises, including techniques drawn from kinesiology, qigong, whole-brain integration, visualisation and infinity symbol exercises. Psychologist and energy therapist, Nikki Gresham-Record channelled 196 common beliefs for each chakra, 1,036 total, which can be fully realigned using this transformational system of complete mind-body-spirit healing. The author organises the beliefs around the chakra system and explains how unhealthy beliefs can take root within the chakras and the body. She shows how her belief realignment method is capable of changing beliefs and their associated vibrations in the subconscious mind and energy body, thus enabling any blocks to dissolve and your system to open up to the opportunity for change..



The Fall and Rise of the Mystic North

Christopher McIntosh

“The North” is simultaneously a location, a direction and a mystical concept. Although this concept has ancient roots in mythology, folklore and fairy tales, it continues to resonate today within modern culture. McIntosh leads readers, chapter by chapter, through the magical and spiritual history of the North, as well as its modern manifestations, as documented through physical records, such as rune stones and megaliths and, also, through mythology and lore. This mythic conception of a unique, powerful and mysterious Northern civilisation was known to the Greeks as “Hyberborea” - the “Land Beyond the North Wind” - which they considered to be the true origin place of their god, Apollo, bringer of civilisation. Through the Greeks, this concept of the mythic North would spread throughout Western civilisation. In addition, McIntosh discusses Russian Hyperboreanism, which he describes as among “the most influential of the new religions and quasi-religious movements that have sprung up in Russia since the fall of Communism” and which is currently almost unknown in the West.