The epidemic of chronic, degenerative disease sweeping the western world cannot only be stopped, it can be potentially reversed.
Is it possible that some people can read your mind or look into the future, or cure themselves from life threatening illnesses? Does mind over matter really exist, and if so, how do we explain this? Where is the boundary between real powers and fraud?
The Nurture versus Nature debate is out of date. Join us for the series of lectures in which members of the UWO Psychology Department will share their research showing that humans are neither the exclusive product of our biology nor environment, but rather their interplay.
Can simple tapping reverse symptoms of PTSD? Come and watch this groundbreaking documentary featuring transformation of a group of veterans from Vietnam, Gulf, and Iraq War conflicts, from suicidal, addicted, aggressive chronic behaviors, to leading normal, manageable lives without medications. Thursday, March 22, Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 7 pm. The event is free, no registration required. Introduction and Q&A - local EFT practitioner Hilary Moon.
Once again we are happy to have Western University psychology graduate students with this popular series of talks: Finding Your Way. Starting Saturday, February 4 at 2 pm with talks on stress, mindfulness meditation and mental health disorders. Continuing Thursday Feb.
Finding health information online can be really difficult. How do you know what sites to trust? Is the information up to date? Is it Canadian or American? The good news is that you don't need to filter through all of those results. Instead you can use one of the Health and Wellness databases that you have FREE access to with your library card.
Join us on Thursday, December 15 at 7 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall for this exciting, touching, inspiring and motivating documentary: The Tapping Solution.
Join us in the Stevenson & Hunt room on Thursday, November 10 at 7 pm for a tea talk.