mind-body

[mahynd-bod-ee]
adjective
  1. taking into account the physiological, psychic, and spiritual connections between the state of the body and that of the mind: mind-body medicine.
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Contemporary Examples of mind-body

  • Ultimately, the recommended tonic is based on your mind-body type according to ancient tradition.

  • Her 1983 debut novel ( The Mind-Body Problem) was sometimes consigned to health shelves in bookstores because of its title.

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    Atheism's Soulful Philosopher

    John Douglas Marshall

    February 2, 2010

Historical Examples of mind-body

  • The true home of thought is on the mental plane, and all thought first manifests itself there as a vibration of the mind-body.

    Clairvoyance

    Charles Webster Leadbeater

  • Implanting the thought of perfect functioning in the mind-body will, in due time, cause perfect functioning in the physical body.

    The Science of Being Well

    Wallace Delois Wattles