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    • La santé cellulaire By: Doctor Jean-Louis Vidalo 21,00

      Our cells are impacted by our way of living without us knowing it. We are made with hundreds of billions cells and each day millions born and dies. In order to maintain ourself healthy in aging we have to care.

    • Courants vitaux et nutripuncture By: Cristina Cuomo Doctor Patrick Véret 24,00

      Foreword by Edgar Morin

      Did you know that our cells communicate permanently between them? In this book, the authors present a method to help cellular communication and self-regulation.
      Over time, the stressful situations of live alter cellular self-regulation: our cells become unable to communicate in a consistent manner.
      Many experiments have allowed people who use this method to highlight physical trauma, the death of a loved one, miscarriage, separation, rape, but also job loss, a move, family conflicts, etc., constituting for our cells stresses that weaken specific areas of the body.
      Using 39 polymetallic complexes, it is possible to relaunch the information that modulates cell life, in order to defuse the impact of stress on natural self-regulation and thereby enhance psychosomatic vitality at all ages.
      The authors present the numerous applications of a phenomenological method, based on observation and experimentation, which finds its bases in the innovative fields of science: epigenetics, theory of complex systems, psycho-neuro-endocrino-immunology (PNEI), quantum physics. Among the researchers inspired it are Georges Lakhovsky, Barbara McClintock, physicists F. Albert Popp and Emilio Del Giudice.


      In this book, Olivia de Bergerac details her experiences with dolphins and their power of transformation and healing that dolphin encounters bring. It is told through stories and transcripts of conversations with participants of expeditions she has organised. Extensive EEG recordings demonstrate dramatic changes in the brainwaves of participants before and after a dolphin swim, and these provide possible explanations of the changes in mind, body and spirit observed in people who encounters dolphins. Each of the ten transformative patterns identified is illustrated with a case study. The book also outline the ‘dolphins in the harbour’ project that aimed at facilitating the return of dolphins to Sydney harbour. The dolphin Within describes a new psychology of human potential based on a dolphin model. Some chapters are devoted to the ‘corporate dolphin’ way of doing business and fresh approaches to team building and defining corporate goals are illustrated with actual examples from the business world.