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Dreams, Visions, Goals. These are the stuff which inspire and motivate us, fire our passion and spirit and, through our conscious and unconscious actions, ultimately determine and create our reality. Our rich unconscious repertoire of symbolic imagery – used as metaphor – can also help to guide us to solve physical or emotional problems, a process beautifully described by Kendall Dowie (see page 5).

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Deepak Chopra enunciates the self-evident yet profound truth (see interview page 27), that every diet works for some people, but that no diet works for everyone, since we are all uniquely individual.

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Nearly 40 years ago, a young child critically ill with meningitis, I lay close to death in a Montreal hospital. Memories of the attempts of the doctors to diminish the pain of spinal lumbar punctures ("this will feel like a mosquito prick"), my mother's despair that I wouldn't survive (her reply "oh yeah?" to a comment that I would soon be fine), and the frightening noises in the neurological ward, are crystal clear these many years later.

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In my days as a research scientist, I used to think that the way to broaden medical treatment methods was to do rigorous research and prove that a certain treatment or regime has a therapeutic effect upon a disease.

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There are a staggering array of therapies under the wide umbrella of complementary medicine and it is difficult, if not impossible for any one person to know, understand, or even relate to all of them. In recent issues of Positive Health, we have published the successful treatment of eczema in children by homoeopathy (page 11, Issue 12, May/June 1996), by the movement of electromagnetic assemblage points (page 11, Issue 15, Oct/Nov 1996), with flower essences (page 25, this issue) and by allergy testing (page 51, this issue). Published research has also evaluated the effectiveness of treatment for atopic dermatitis in adults by psychological techniques including relaxation, autogenic training and stress management (page 36, Issue 10, Feb/March 1996) and in children and adults using hypnotherapy (page 44, Issue 8, Oct/Nov 1995).

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