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Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself par [Rankin M.D., Lissa]
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We’ve been led to believe that when we get sick, it’s our genetics. Or it’s just bad luck—and doctors alone hold the keys to optimal health. For years, Lissa Rankin, M.D., believed the same. But when her own health started to suffer, and she turned to Western medical treatments, she found that they not only failed to help; they made her worse. So she decided to take matters into her own hands.

Through her research, Dr. Rankin discovered that the health care she had been taught to practice was missing something crucial: a recognition of the body’s innate ability to self-repair and an appreciation for how we can control these self-healing mechanisms with the power of the mind. In an attempt to better understand this phenomenon, she explored peer-reviewed medical literature and found evidence that the medical establishment had been proving that the body can heal itself for over 50 years.

 Using extraordinary cases of spontaneous healing, Dr. Rankin shows how thoughts, feelings, and beliefs can alter the body’s physiology. She lays out the scientific data proving that loneliness, pessimism, depression, fear, and anxiety damage the body, while intimate relationships, gratitude, meditation, sex, and authentic self-expression flip on the body’s self-healing processes.

In the final section of the book, you’ll be introduced to a radical new wellness model based on Dr. Rankin’s scientific findings. Her unique six-step program will help you uncover where things might be out of whack in your life—spiritually, creatively, environmentally, nutritionally, and in your professional and personal relationships—so that you can create a customized treatment plan aimed at bolstering these health-promoting pieces of your life. You’ll learn how to listen to your body’s “whispers” before they turn to life-threatening “screams” that can be prevented with proper self-care, and you’ll learn how to trust your inner guidance when making decisions about your health and your life.

By the time you finish Mind Over Medicine, you’ll have made your own Diagnosis, written your own Prescription, and created a clear action plan designed to help you make your body ripe for miracles.

Biographie de l'auteur

Lissa Rankin, MD is an integrative medicine physician, author, speaker, artist and founder of the online health and wellness community Fueled by a passion to determine what really makes people healthy and what really predisposes them to illness, she immersed herself in medical literature to study how doctors might better care for patients. Her research led her to discover that patients have self-healing powers beyond our wildest imaginings, and science proves it. She is now leading a "Pink Medicine Revolution" to help patients heal themselves, while encouraging the health-care industry to embrace and facilitate, rather than resist, such miracles.

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Par nanou MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 18 février 2014
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Ce livre est vraiment passionnant. On connait l'importance de la pense sur les maladies et l'état de notre corps. Lissa Rankin nous montre par quel chemin elle est passée pour découvrir scientifiquement l'action de nos pensées. Plus encore, elle donne un mode opératoire pour faire le point sur sa vie, afin de guérir de nos maladies. Je recommande ce livre vivement.
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I recommend this book to all those who are living and breathing. I live Lissa' s open and honest style of writing, you could be speaking to you best friend. She is warm and non judgemental, there is a clear feeling of love and passion that comes through to you. The advice and research is clear and well founded. I like to know exactly where things are scientifically based and understand exactly how and why things work, this fulfilled all of my needs. I have complete faith and understanding in what I have read, I feel confident to recommend it to all and so excited to put this into practice and share with everyone I know and meet. Thank you Lissa for all you time and research I appreciate you immensely.
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Very well written, very well researched, very informative and inspirational. Important reading for everyone and especially those with health problems.
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HASH(0x8de960d8) étoiles sur 5 This book is a game changer for your health 7 mai 2013
Par Ken Jaques - Publié sur
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My thoughts are that the material in this book truly leads us to shift our thinking about how we look at our health and illness, and REMEMBER the body's innate ability to help heal itself. It contains a wealth of information, as well as practical approaches for you to develop your own personal approach to your health and happiness. I would go so far as to suggest that this book should form part of a curriculum for students from early ages where subconscious beliefs and programming are first formed, right through to medical school. Anyone diagnosed with a health condition, anyone "worried" that they might be predisposed to a condition, or anyone simply looking to maintain their existing good health can benefit from reading this book.
89 internautes sur 93 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8de96324) étoiles sur 5 Meditations on Medication 7 février 2014
Par Terry MacDonald - Publié sur
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It's never too late to change your perspective on what health and wellness means. If you read this book today, get ready for some incredible revelations. The information Dr. Rankins presents may not all be new news, but its powerfully expressed and the time is right. People, like myself and most likely anyone reading this, are searching for answers on how to live healthy and simply. The answer of course is that we have everything we need inside us it just takes an eloquent author to tell us that! A book that has helped me realize the power of self-expression to self-heal is Art and Healing by Barbara Ganim.

What makes Mind Over Medicine so different from the other books is that she provides information that is grounded in scientific study from mainstream medical journals in accessible language. She challenges the Western medicine culture without disparaging it. Instead, she advocates the power of positive thinking, proactive self-care, and seeing wellness with an open mind. I wish there was an index, but she organizes her case well into three sections:

1) Evidence of mind-body connection
2) Areas in the body where the mind can create healing, which includes the real physiology/mechanics of what goes on in the body
3) Methods to change your belief systems and habits to a personal health prescription
166 internautes sur 181 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8de96564) étoiles sur 5 Life-Changing Book--Everything You Want To Know About Mind-Body Medicine Without The "Woo-Woo" 11 mai 2013
Par O. Merce Brown - Publié sur
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This cutting-edge book is unique in its mission--the author (a conventional medical doctor who has left her mainstream practice in order to assist people in healing holistically) has wildly succeeded in her attempt to prove scientifically that in so many ways we can heal ourselves. The book is unique because its approach is not woo-woo or only anecdotally-based, but grounded in science and in studies from mainline medical journals. This is not an academic or scholarly book, however; it is accessible for any reader and will especially appeal to those who want concrete ways based on sound medical research to embark upon their own healing, even if they are staying within conventional (allopathic) medicine.

The book is endorsed by Christiane Northrup, MD; life coach Martha Beck; Bernie Siegel, MD; shame researcher Brene Brown, PhD; Larry Dossey, MD; and others such as Anita Moorjani, Danielle Laporte, SARK, and Chris Guillebeau. If you like and respect these authors, you will most certainly enjoy this book immensely.

The author has developed a new wellness model that she has details in the last part of the book. Her talents as a physician and a type of life coach have merged in this model. It looks to be very useful. Just from working through it in the book, the reader can develop her/his own personal health plan.

The author does not disparage conventional doctors or allopathic medicine even when she points out their flaws, but advocates that all practitioners work together as part of the patients' health care team.

Some topics covered include: meditation, current research on optimism and happiness, workaholism, community, spontaneous remission, the placebo effect, the nocebo effect, limiting beliefs, and so much more. These are not the same things you've read everywhere else, either--if you care about this area of study and are a healer, you will want to own this book.

The book can be useful to those who are struggling with illness (as the author herself did), those who are well, practicing medical professionals (ah, if only more would read this!), and those who work with mind-body interactions (which should be all healers of any type). I especially recommend it to readers like myself who are life coaches working with advanced mind-body tools who want an accessible explanation for why their modality works--who want an explanation of how--exactly--the mind creates emotions--the book is worth it for that information alone.

The only way I can think of that this book could be improved upon is if it had an index...though my copy is highlighted and self-indexed with notes, and I have a feeling that yours will be the same!

Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x8de96708) étoiles sur 5 Required Reading for Medical Students 4 juin 2013
Par Read 4 Work - Publié sur
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This is a first in a continuing series of self-help books I will be reviewing for Hay House Publishing. I am not being financially compensated to write these reviews and they are based solely on my over 36 years of experience in helping and healing other people as a self-help practitioner.

The book I chose for my first examination and review is "Mind Over Medicine" written by Lissa Rankin, M.D. I chose this book first because I wanted to read something written by someone from the field of "established medicine" rather than someone from my own field of spiritual healing.

The book is divided into three parts. Part One is entitled "Believe Yourself Well." In this section of the book Dr. Rankin gives us voluminous amounts of studies and anecdotal evidence in regards to the importance of the mind helping the body to heal. The book is heavily footnoted if you wish to follow up on her references.

I found this section of the book to be very interesting because here we have an M.D., Dr. Rankin, not only acknowledging the importance of many things such as bedside manner, love, compassion, and other "spiritual aspects" in helping people to heal but also reciting case studies proving it. In my opinion, for the average M.D. to acknowledge such things is highly unusual but I wish it were the norm rather than the exception. Thus, Dr. Rankin proved to me from the outset that she is no "average" M.D.

I very much enjoyed the first part of the book as she included a lot of personal stories along with the research studies so I found it well-written and entertaining as well.

Part Two of the book is called "Treat Your Mind." In this section of the book Dr. Rankin starts out with a chapter called "Redefining Health". I was very heartened to see her defining health in much the same way that I personally define it which is to include more than just physical health. In other words, she included things like having healthy relationships, sexual health, spiritual health, mental health, having a life purpose, and a healthy, non-toxic work environment among other things.

In this section she also went over many more studies which backed up her assertions that these other areas of life and existence were just as, if not more, important in maintaining a person's physical health. This is one of the things that I liked best about her book. Since she is a classically trained M.D. her viewpoint and experience made her "find proof" for all the phenomena she was researching and observing. Thus, this book is written not only for lay people, or people seeking alternative treatments to heal themselves, but also for medical students and established doctors as well.

The last part of the book is for people who want to "write their own prescription." In this section she seeks to help people lead a happier life, even people who may have some "incurable" disease. She has included many links and protocols to help anyone change their lives for the better and quoted more studies showing the advantage people who are happy have in possibly curing themselves.

Overall I found her book entertaining, well-researched and very helpful. After finishing it, I am fully convinced that her book could very well help change the mind of an established M.D. I also believe that if her book was required reading for first year medical students that Dr. Rankin could achieve her goal to revitalize the art of medicine.
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HASH(0x8de96ae0) étoiles sur 5 Health is what you do. 24 octobre 2013
Par B. Wolinsky - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Mind Over Medicine is about a solution to a great American problem; we let our jobs control our lives, and our lives control our jobs. In a recent issue of Minds magazine, some cops from Oregon took a meditation course as a way to reduce stress. Most of them scoffed at the idea; they all had hobbies, pastimes, and things to do outside of work, so what use would they have for meditation and yoga? But the truth is they needed it badly. The job was often boring rather than active, and that made them resentful. The resentment made it harder to maintain self-control when dealing with rude civilians, and there were numerous complaints.

Dr. Lissa Rankin has written a well-researched and highly enjoyable book on overworked Americans and what we can do about this. She makes it very clear; Americans tend to work long hours and lack true happiness. Worse than the long hours, we have long commutes, and we often hate our jobs. But in the chapter Loneliness Poisons the Body, we see how in one small town had far less stress. The town was Roseto, Pennsylvania, founded by Italian immigrants in the early 20th century. Doctors found that there was no suicide, alcoholism, drug use, or crime, and that heart disease was rare. Was it the olive oil? No, the residents cooked everything in lard. Healthy food? No, they all loved pizza and sausages, and their diet was 40% fat. Genetics? They had the same genes as all other Italian Americans. Then secret was communal activity; families, and even multifamily groups, would gather nightly for group singing, while all the kids played together. Happiness was the key to their health.

Roseto didn't do well in the modern era. As the younger generation left, the parents had less to do with themselves. As younger college-educated people came back, they influenced their younger townspeople with ideas, most of them about material things. The kids started demanding more, and feelings of discontent spread. By the 1980's, there were more heart attacks among the residents. The chapter Death by Overwork is something that most Americans ignore. Why do we work such huge hours to pay for a huge home, when we could live in a smaller one and work less? Is it necessary for the kids to go to expensive colleges, when community colleges are within biking distance?

Years ago, I visited a family in Israel that lived in a tiny house, the size of a trailer. We ate dinner on the patio, and the father told us how he'd fixed the roof himself. When we left, my father spoke about how shocked he was. "They don't have any money at all," my father said, "their home is so small." But I didn't see it that way. The family had no mortgage to pay, only two of their kids were still living at home, and they didn't have to pay for college. In short order, the family was 100% solvent. But if you have a huge house, two cars, and a kid going to an expensive college, are you truly rich? Are you in debt? Do you have to work such huge hours to pay for what you have?
Unless you are free from debt, you will never be truly free.
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