The Magnificent Organ: The Heart of Quran, Hadith, Science, and Wholistic Healing Experiences

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Olive Media Services, 2001 - 160 Seiten
This book contains references from the Quran, Bible, and well researched sources of sciences to help us understand what happens when we fail to balance between the aggressive brain and the calm, gentle heart and ignore or reject the Truth.This book is a long awaited addition to the bookshelves of both Muslims and non-Muslims with some very thought provoking ideas on how we see ourselves-beyond our physical bodies. Yet, it includes detailed explanations on the physiology of the brain-heart connection and how it affects our health, both physical and spiritual.
 

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Introduction
15
Chapter OneBiology and Beyond
21
Chapter TwoThe Hearts Intellectual
33
Chapter ThreeThe Brain Centered Society
51
Chapter FourThe Hearts Righting Ability
69
Chapter FiveRhythms of the Heart
93
Chapter SixThe Ties That Bind
105
Chapter SevenThe Heart Secure and Peaceful
127
End Notes
139
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Jeanette Hablullah, N.D. is a Muslim American who chose Islam as a way of life after many years as a Catholic. She began formal studies of Wholistic Therapies under Dr. Cristina Brown at The Academy of Reflexology and Holistic Therapy International in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Hablullah is an alumna of the University of Missouri. In 1995, after attaining a Doctor of Naturopathy degree from the Clayton College of Natural Healing, she opened the independent office of The Pearl Within. Dr. Hablullah currently operates The Pearl Within in the Washington, D.C. area. She continues to practice, give lectures, workshops and seminars on Wholistic Health and Islamic topics.

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