Life Between Lives

 

Hypnotherapy for Spiritual Regression, Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 2006.

Life Between LivesDr. Michael Newton is a counseling psychologist, master hypnotherapist, and teacher. He has been on the faculty of higher educational institutions and has served as a group therapy director for community mental health centers and spiritual renewal organizations in cooperation with hospitals and social service agencies. Now retired after forty years of private practice, he is considered a pioneer in uncovering the mysteries of our life between lives through the development of his own hypnosis techniques.

Michael Newton is the author of the best-selling books Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls (winner of the most outstanding metaphysical book award of the year at the annual Book Exposition of America in 2001), which have been translated into over twenty-five languages. Dr. Newton received the annual award of the most unique contribution by a hypnotherapist from the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists. He has been conferred as a Chevalier of Honor by the Order of Constantine for international education. Dr. Newton is the founder of the Society for Spiritual Regression (now called the Newton Institute for LBL Hypnotherapy), which is an international organization designed for the purpose of training experienced hypnotherapists in the techniques of life between lives regression.
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The Functions of the Orgasms

 

The Functions of the OrgasmsThe Highway to Transcendence, London: Pinter & Martin, 2009.

The Functions of the Orgasms by Michel Odent is a cutting-edge study on the human pleasure function in its largest contextual framework, and with a special regard upon female sexuality and the biological function of birthing and breastfeeding.

Odent’s [book] is a stylish polemic that mixes endocrinology, comparative anthropology, philology, anecdotes from the author’s own medical practice.

—Steven Poole, The Guardian

‘Fetus ejection reflex’, ‘milk ejection reflex’, ‘sperm ejection reflex’, ‘orgasmogenic cocktail’ . . . These are examples of terms used by Michel Odent in his study of the ecstatic/orgasmic states associated with different episodes of human sexual life. This book about male and female orgasms is an opportunity to convince anyone that humanity is at a turning point. Due to the improved technique of medically assisted conceptions and cesareans, the advances in anesthesiology and pharmacology, and the development of the food industry, women can now conceive a baby, give birth and feed their infant without relying on the release of ‘cocktails of love hormones’. Human intelligence and ingenuity have made love hormones redundant. Let us think long-term and let us raise questions in terms of civilization. The future of humanity is at stake.

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