Psychological Causes of Diseases

Psychological Causes of Diseases

Book Cover: Psychological Causes of Diseases

by Vanessa Angel 

Each of us come into this world with their own program. Everyone faces particular challenges regarding spiritual evolution. If we do not meet them or stand still or do something opposite, a disease emerges. The condition is not a punishment, but a Teacher who tells us how we need to live. Fever is an indicator of our wrong actions that contradict our Calling.

Modern medicine has created a system of suppression of symptoms of different pathologies using pharmacological drugs manufactured by synthetic medications that relieve a person from such symptoms as fever, blood pressure disorders, cough, or pain in any part of the body.

However, all these methods do not solve the subtle psychological causes of disease and often do not influence the reasons for the disease. Symptomatic treatment leads only to the continuous process because it helps the condition "To Go Inside."

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Reviews:Patrick J. Garrity on Amazon wrote:

This guidebook is informative and well written. When I heard about this book I didn’t wait or think a lot to grab this book because I had a huge interest to know about psychological causes of diseases. This book didn’t disappoint me rater it impressed me by giving lots of helpful information and guides. Here the author “Vanessa Angel” has presented some effective psychosomatic methods of healing. It helped me to understand about how to offense forms a disease and why body blocks are dangerous. This book really enlarged my knowledge and I am so pleased by knowing all these things.

Michael A. Redmond on Amazon wrote:

This book conjures many cosmic questions with parallels to karmic justifications. It will challenge your inner belief system, and when read with a partner (recommended) will generate lots of deep thinking conversations.


Consultant psychologist, psychotherapist.

Specializations: individual and family counseling, work with trauma, complex emotional (anxiety, panic) states, psychosomatic symptoms, the personality of the different crises, twin and family relations; group therapy.

Activities:
1. single counseling adults: one-time consultation on request, a short-term (maintenance) and long-term (effective) treatment.

2. Work with pairs: one-time consultation, long-term emotional and focused therapy.

3. Group work: group therapy in the dynamic treatment groups focus group sessions, workshops, seminars.

Directions:
- Development and strengthening of personal identity, increasing emotional awareness and self-esteem, develop practical skills of interpersonal communication;

- Psychological support and support in trying personal living conditions, development of competencies of emotional literacy and self-support;

- Group dynamic therapy focused on solving a broad range of personal and social problems, the development and strengthening of self-awareness, self-confidence, improve the quality of life.

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