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ANTHROPOSOPHY
ANTHROPOSOPHIC MEDICINE
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL MEDICINE
ANTHROPOSOPHICALLY EXTENDED MEDICINE
ACUPUNCTURE
ALCHEMY
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL
ANTHROPOSOPHICALLY-EXTENDED MEDICINE
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL DOCTOR
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL INITIATIVES
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL NURSING
ANTHROPOSOPHICAL STUDIES
ARTEMISIA
ASSOCIATION
ASTRAL LIGHT
ASTRAL MODEL
ASTRAL PLANE
ASTRAL PROJECTION
ASTRAL REALM
ASTRAL TRAVEL
ASTRAL WORLD
ASTROLOGY
ATMAN
AURA
AWSNA
AYURVEDA
BELIEF
BIODYNAMICS
BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE
BIODYNAMIC FARMING
BIOFEEDBACK
BODY
BRAIN
BREAST CANCER
BROTHERHOOD
BUDDHI
CASTE
CAUSAL PLANE
CELL
CHAKRA
CHAKRAS
CHAOS
CHELATION THERAPY
CHIROPRACTIC
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Anthroposophy

  1. Anthroposophy is a spiritual science founded by Rudolf Steiner. (Web site)
  2. Anthroposophy is a religion invented by Rudolf Steiner about 1912 in Germany. (Web site)
  3. Anthroposophy is a philosophy which embraces a spiritual view of the human being and the cosmos, but its emphasis is on knowing, not faith.
  4. Anthroposophy is a path of knowledge meant to lead the spiritual in human beings to the spiritual in the universe.
  5. Anthroposophy is a cult-like religious ))sect.

Anthroposophic Medicine

  1. Anthroposophic medicine is an esoteric explanation of how the four bodies interplay with the three-fold functional processes. (Web site)
  2. Anthroposophic medicine is an extension to conventional medicine.
  3. Anthroposophic medicine is an integration of mainstream and complementary medicine.

Anthroposophical Society

  1. Anthroposophical Society is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. The Anthroposophical Society is a worldwide organisation with its headquarters in Switzerland.
  3. The Anthroposophical Society is a worldwide society with approximately 50 regional societies and 50,000 members on all continents.
  4. The Anthroposophical Society is the main organization carying Rudolf Steiner's works into the future. (Web site)

Anthroposophical Medicine

  1. Anthroposophical Medicine is a holistic, human-centered approach to medicine.
  2. Anthroposophical Medicine is an internationally-recognized approach to medicine based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner (an Austrian scientist; 1861-1925).
  3. Anthroposophical Medicine is based on the very valid concept of interconnectedness of Man with Nature.
  4. Anthroposophical medicine is a complex system - an art and a science of healing that includes the integration of the spiritual and the physical.
  5. Anthroposophical medicine is a holistic and salutogenetic approach to health.

Anthroposophically Extended Medicine

  1. ANTHROPOSOPHICALLY EXTENDED MEDICINE: A system of therapeutics based upon the theories of Rudolf Steiner developed in the late 1800s.
  2. Anthroposophically extended Medicine is a holistic and human-centered approach to medicine.

Acupuncture

  1. ACUPUNCTURE: A school of medical therapy which has evolved over many centuries from the initial theories of early Chinese medical philosophers.
  2. Acupuncture is a "newer", more "technological" approach to accupressure.
  3. Acupuncture is a field-based intervention that mobilizes the flow of energy, influencing the field at all levels. (Web site)
  4. Acupuncture is a therapy when needles are inserting into points along lines in the body, called meridians.
  5. Acupuncture is a treatment within Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a system of healing that dates back thousands of years. (Web site)

Alchemy

  1. Alchemy - The belief of transformation. (Web site)
  2. Alchemy is the mystical science that indicates the changing physiological conditions of the body during the process of initiation.
  3. Alchemy: The word alchemy is an Arabic term comprised of the article "al" and the noun "khemi.- The later word relates to "Khem" the Coptic name of Egypt.

Anthroposophical

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Anthroposophically-Extended Medicine

  1. Anthroposophically-extended Medicine is a holistic and human-centered approach to medicine.
  2. Anthroposophically-extended medicine is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Anthroposophical Doctor

  1. The anthroposophical doctor is a fully trained and qualified doctor in the conventional sense, who wishes to work out of a more extensive picture of man.

Anthroposophical Initiatives

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Anthroposophical Movement

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Anthroposophical Nursing

  1. Anthroposophical nursing is based on conventional nursing and broadened by insights gained through Rudolf Steiner-s Anthroposophical science of the spirit.

Anthroposophical Studies

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Artemisia

  1. Artemisia is an association dedicated to work in the healing arts in the light of Anthroposophy.
  2. Artemisia is the umbrella organization for various healing professions that work out of an anthroposophic perspective.

Association

  1. The Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 association which is supported by grants and gifts. (Web site)
  2. The Association is an interest group of the Anthroposophical Society in America.

Astral Light

  1. The Astral Light is the "tablet of the memory" of the animal man; Akâsa that of the spiritual Ego.
  2. The astral light is simply the dregs or lowers vehicles of akasa. (Web site)

Astral Model

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Astral Plane

  1. Astral Plane: An intermediate and invisible level of reality between the physical plane and the higher, more divine realms.
  2. The Astral Plane is also a location in the Marvel Universe.
  3. The Astral Plane is the final level of the computer game Nethack, where the player must sacrifice the Amulet of Yendor to his/her deity in order to win.
  4. The Astral Plane is the sixth highest (or second lowest) plane. (Web site)
  5. The astral plane is a manifested reflection of the imagined ideal.

Astral Projection

  1. Astral Projection: A condition in which there is separation between the physical and etheric body.
  2. Astral Projection: An experience in which the conscious part of the self splits form the body for a period of time.
  3. Astral projection is a form of out of body experience that sometimes occurs during lucid dreaming during deep meditation or at times of crisis. (Web site)
  4. Astral projection is a subject that fascinates most people in knowing that they are able to project their etheric or astral body to another realm. (Web site)
  5. Astral projection is one of the most salient features of the mystical tradition underlying most of the major religions. (Web site)

Astral Realm

  1. The Astral Realm is the source of all psychic phenomena.
  2. The astral realm is the main realm that you travel in APs and the ethereal is the main realm you travel in dreams and LDs. (Web site)

Astral Travel

  1. Astral Travel is a travel of our Consciousness to known and unknown frequencies.
  2. Astral Travel: The experience of moving around through the environments encountered during astral projection.

Astral World

  1. The Astral World is only one aspect of the Universe, and there are greater Worlds beyond it.
  2. The Astral World is the substratum of physical existence, its underlying support or substructure, and the matrix of its various manifestations.
  3. The Astral World is the world wherein the Fourth Dimension is to be found and understood. (Web site)
  4. The astral world is a causative plane of existence. (Web site)
  5. The astral world is like a bridge between mind and the physical world, as it is perceived by mind. (Web site)

Astrology

  1. Astrology is a humanistic attempt at trying to understand the cycles that we share with the forces in the Universe.
  2. Astrology is a noble science which is as old as the ages of the Vedas. (Web site)
  3. Astrology is the progenitor of astronomy, and for many years the two existed as one science.
  4. Astrology is the study of the Astral Plane. (Web site)
  5. Astrology is to exact astronomy, what psychology is to exact physiology. (Web site)

Atman

  1. Atman is the Spirit. (Web site)
  2. Atman: A term used in Hinduism referring to the eternal or real self and sometimes refering to the principle of life in all things. (Web site)

Aura

  1. AURA - A subtle, psychic, indivisible essence which radiates from human and animal bodies, and from things.
  2. Aura is a Latin word that means -a glow of light-. The aura is an energy field that surrounds and interweaves the body.
  3. Aura: A shell or layer of astral substance that surrounds and permeates the physical body.
  4. Aura: A subtle light or energy field said to surround people or objects. (Web site)
  5. Aura: A subtle light or energy field surrounding people or objects. (Web site)

Awsna

  1. AWSNA - the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America This website offers some basic information about the Waldorf School movement in North America.
  2. AWSNA is an association of independent Waldorf schools and Waldorf teacher education institutes.

Ayurveda

  1. Ayurveda is a system of healing practiced in India.
  2. Ayurveda is the traditional, natural system of medicine of India, which has been practiced for more than 5,000 years.
  3. Ayurveda: A compound of Sanskrit words meaning -knowledge of life,- it is a word used to describe the complex ancient healing systems of India.
  4. The term for Tibetan medicine does not map to the word "ayurveda", which in Tibetan is tshe' i rig byed.

Belief

  1. A belief is a pattern of thought upon which we base our behaviour.
  2. Belief is something which can only be applied to systems of abstract ideas.
  3. Belief is the enemy of intelligence, the latter being the fruit of experience or the child of knowledge.
  4. Belief is the lever and fulcrum to lift the world-to shift the axis of being.
  5. The belief is similar to but distinct from the doctrine of British Israelism. (Web site)

Biodynamics

  1. BioDynamics is a medical research and design firm focused on innovative medical technology which will improve the quality of patient care. (Web site)
  2. BioDynamics is a vibrant and innovative company whose rapid growth and continued success reflects the highly skilled and motivated nature of its employees.
  3. BioDynamics is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
  4. BioDynamics is one of the first radiochemical facilities to obtain both API and IMP approval for radiolabelled materials.
  5. Biodynamics is a branch of agriculture that takes us back to gardening the way our Creator intended it to be purely natural and nutritious.

Biodynamic Agriculture

  1. Biodynamic agriculture is a unique form of organic agriculture.
  2. Biodynamic agriculture is an advanced organic farming system that is gaining increased attention for its emphasis on food quality and soil health. (Web site)
  3. Biodynamic agriculture is based on the teachings of German scientist Rudolf Steiner. (Web site)
  4. Biodynamic agriculture is the oldest consciously organic approach to farming and gardening and is one of the most sustainable in existence.

Biodynamic Farming

  1. Biodynamic farming is a facet of the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, who developed his principles of agriculture in the 1920s.
  2. Biodynamic farming is a comprehensive approach, with its own international governing body.
  3. Biodynamic farming is a form of spiritually evolved organic agriculture and animal husbandry.
  4. Biodynamic farming is a step beyond organic, she said. It treats the farm as a whole living organism: the plants, the animals, the water, etc.
  5. Biodynamic farming is a system of agriculture in which the farm is designed as a self-contained organism or eco system, common in Europe.

Biofeedback

  1. Biofeedback is a treatment method that uses monitoring instruments to feed back to patients physiological information of which they are normally unaware. (Web site)
  2. Biofeedback is used especially for stress-related conditions such as asthma, migraine headaches, insomnia, and high blood pressure.

Body

  1. A body is a concept that contains an infinite inner universe, constantly birthing astral creation. (Web site)
  2. A body is what it is as this determined body, as a substrate of "causal" properties which is, in its own essence, spatio-temporally localised. (Web site)
  3. Body is only the vehicle for consciousness. A body is required in order for the ego to experience the world. (Web site)
  4. Body is the temple of God and is a sacred place. I must not be neglected nor abused. (Web site)
  5. The body is a center of life energy.

Brain

  1. The brain is a function of consciousness, not the source of consciousness.
  2. The brain is an instrument of matter sensitive to thought, will and feeling (emotion). (Web site)

Breast Cancer

  1. Breast cancer is a notoriously difficult adversary.
  2. Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer in women in the United States behind skin cancer.

Brotherhood

  1. Also, the word "brotherhood" has long been used in English to refer, not just to a group of males, but to people generally, including both sexes.
  2. Brotherhood is the primary focus of Theosophy because all human beings are related.
  3. The word "Brotherhood" implies a level of cooperation which is not in the character of one on that path. (Web site)

Buddhi

  1. Buddhi is the accumulated record and memory of all past experiences. (Web site)
  2. Buddhi is the aspect of the Spirit, which manifests above the Intellect. (Web site)
  3. Buddhi is the mould of the "garments" of Atma, because Atma is no body, or shape, or anything, and because Buddhi is its vehicle only figuratively. (Web site)

Caste

  1. A caste is a hereditary group whose members intermarry only among themselves.
  2. The term "caste" is sadly associated with India's perverted hereditary caste system.

Causal Plane

  1. The causal plane is a world of realities deals with essence and underlying nature of things in question. (Web site)
  2. This consists of a lower level of concrete thought, and a higher level called the "Causal plane" of abstract thought. (Web site)

Cell

  1. The "cell" is an illusion. (Web site)
  2. The "cell" is an illusion. It is merely a word. (Web site)

Chakra

  1. Chakra is a Sanskrit word that denotes circle and movement.
  2. Chakra is a Sanskrit word that loosely translates to "spinning wheel". (Web site)
  3. Our understanding of the chakra system is handed down from ancient Hindu teachings; this is where the Sanskrit word "chakra" originated. (Web site)
  4. The chakra are the same octave of colors as the rainbow of the emotional body, but each is infused with the rose light of love. (Web site)

Chakras

  1. Chakras are the spherical whirlpools in the etheric body, that act as transmitters of energy. (Web site)
  2. Chakras are the spherical whirlpools in the etheric body, that act as trasmitters of energy.
  3. The Chakras are like portals leading to different fields in your aura.
  4. The chakras are the centers of interchange between physical and psychic energy.

Chaos

  1. Chaos is a fertile state of infinite potential. (Web site)
  2. Chaos is the hyle of order and the future design.

Chelation Therapy

  1. CHELATION THERAPY: A therapy utilizing an organic or synthetic agent which binds with minerals and removes them from the body.
  2. Chelation therapy is a series of intravenous injections of the synthetic amino acid EDTA, designed to detoxify the body.

Chiropractic

  1. Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-surgical science and, as such, does not include pharmaceuticals or incisive surgery.
  2. Chiropractic is a form of diagnosing and treating illnesses that affect the nerves, muscles, bones, and joints of the body through spinal manipulation. (Web site)
  3. Chiropractic is a system of healing that treats diseases by manipulating the spinal column, body structures, etc.

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