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the Shaman's Fire

Brain plasticity is a hot topic now and isn't it nice that it is? Brain injuries used to mean heartache and hell and now we have learned there are ways to rewire the brain to create new neural pathways to a healthier result from a brain injured area. There are many different methods that are developing and having good success. This is a big change from the past. An audio book and a written book by Dr.

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the Shaman's Fire

There is a book in the window of Interior Stationery called the Brain's Way of Healing, by Norman Doidge M.D. I haven't got through all of it yet, but if anyone out there is interested in helping someone with Parkinson's disease, I would urge you to read it. It is fascinating how one man was able to hold back his symtoms through focused intention and what he called 'fast walking'. He had huge success against Parkinson's with his method and he taught many others. He had so much success that some doctors didn't believe him, but Dr.

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Culture Shock 7PM Monday featuring Kiran Ahluwalia

Tune in tonight (Monday) at 7pm for a diverse new episode of CICK’s Culture Shock. I have a chat with Kiran Ahluwalia about her music, her passions and her show in Smithers on Friday February 24. We will listen to some Rachmaninoff - just in case you did not get enough last week with Sarah Hagen and Brendan McLeod presented but the Bulkley Valley Concert Association - and batten down the hatches as we explore wind with the words and music of R.M. Schafer, Alice Ping Ye Ho, and Norbert Ruebsaat