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From The Desk of Dr.Michael O.Smith...

Suneel
Thanks for the The Hindu clipping.  You are competing with the mystification doctors who sell  their use of tiny points  to micromanage mental symptoms without ever involving the client’s own effort or understanding.  Continuity of relationship and change ...  The “new age” means you never have to grow up...
The election preparation here is beyond expensive and they are finding ways to disqualify millions of ineligible voters.  To my observation the system in India is much more fair....                 MIKE

A new approach to life...

Today's Paper » FEATURES » METRO PLUS
August 11, 2012 A new approach to life Health An alternate therapy to kick your old habits that die hard It started with just one or two a day and now I can’t live without it. It relieves my stress and makes my mind alert. How often do we hear people say this when asked to quit smoking or any other addictive habit? For a few, what started off casually as a stress buster grips them so gradually that they don’t realise they are getting addicted. Many people desperately wish to release themselves from a toxic practice, whether it is alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual addiction, negative thinking, insomnia or depression. To address multiple issues on how to overcome numerous toxic habits, the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) protocol in association with 7-Radiations-SATCH (Sanctum of Alternate Therapies and Conscious Healing) will conduct a workshop for the first time in the city. The session focuses on complete we…

Workshop on NADA acupuncture protocol

Today's Paper » NATIONAL » ANDHRA PRADESH Published: August 4, 2012 00:00 IST | Updated: August 4, 2012 05:40 IST Workshop on acupuncture protocolStaff Reporter NADA India, a NGO, and Indian Association of Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, in association with 7 Radiations- SATCH (Sanctum of Alternate Therapies and Conscious Healing), will be conducting a one-day workshop on August 12 on ear acupuncture for people who suffer from various addictions such as smoking, alcohol, and drugs. The acupuncture protocol or NADA protocol was developed by US-based Dr. Michael O. Smith in 1970. Dr. Smith is the founder and chairman of NADA International. ‘Globally accepted’ According to the local organiser Rachana Nitin, the NADA protocol has been globally accepted after undergoing a number of tests in clinical settings and has proved to be beneficial in detoxification from substance abuse as well as to help with the emotional, physical and psychological problems attributed…