THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND WELLNESS AND ILLNESS WHY DO PEOPLE GET SICK?

Exploring the Connections Between the BRAIN, GUT, AND HEART

by Dr. Talib Kafaji


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/8/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 360
ISBN : 9781543760361
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 360
ISBN : 9781543760385
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 360
ISBN : 9781543760378

About the Book

There is an abundance of scientific research indicating that 85% of all diseases have an emotional component, like feelings of anger, apathy, depression, resentment, which weaken the immune system and therefore damage our health. On the other hand, positive thoughts of love, humor, joy, resiliency and compassion support good physical health. Every thought, whether positive or negative, has physical consequences, for better or worse, on our health. The wisdom in this regard states that illness is a conspiracy cooked up in the unconscious mind and manifested in our bodies. It is no longer a question of staying healthy; it is a question of finding a sickness you like to serve an internal unconscious purpose, an “illness manual” if you will. You may choose one that attacks the body part you are most uncomfortable with, or don’t like, just to serve unconscious negative feelings.


About the Author

Dr. Talib Kafaji , an immigrant from the Middle East, completed his higher education at the University of Northern Colorado , where he obtained a doctorate degree in psychology. He has worked in several countries in the Middle East , as well as being a licensed practicing psychologist in the State of Michigan and adjunct professor at Wayne State University and Detroit University . Through his research , he has interviewed thousands of people to develop a clear perspective of human nature . Dr.Kafaji’s other books are Inward Journey , The Psychology of The Arab, The Triumph Over the Mediocre Self, Contemplative Thoughts in Human Nature: Observations on Human Destructive Tendencies, The Sly Mind: The Structure of the Mind and Its Refusal to Be Controlled, and the Pitfalls of Being Human: How to Free Ourselves From the Trap of Our Existence.