- 1. Stresses Resolved, Illness Remitted
- 2. Example: Stress Management For Infertility
- 3. What Do We Mean By "Stress"?
- 4. Our Intelligence Knows What's Really Bothering Us: Example
- 5. Applied Kinesiology and The Stress Evaluation
- 6. The Eight Basic Types of Stress
- 7. Example: Clear Answers from the Stress Evaluation
- 8. Any Illness Can Come from Stress
- 9. The Roles of Illness: Escape, Justification, and Punishment
- 10. The Vital Role of Value Standards
- 11. Forgiveness: The Most Effective Way to Handle Stress
- 12. The Technical Steps of Forgiveness
- 13. Example: Forgiveness Lets Healing Happen
- 14. Example: The Transformative Power of Forgiveness
- 15. Do I Need to Believe In It For It To Work?
- 16. Does Graf Stress Management Work for Everyone?
- 17. The Good News About Stress and Illness
Tag Archives: mind-body connection
My husband and I had struggled with infertility. Once I took care of the subconscious stresses that were preventing me from becoming pregnant, conception occurred quickly and naturally. Continue reading
The stresses which undermine us physically and mentally are deeper than just the tensions of daily life. They have more to do with failing to live up to our value standards; harboring fear, guilt, anger, resentment or low self-esteem; troubled relationships; and negative thoughts, feelings, or expectations. Continue reading
Regardless of the reasons clients come in, Graf Stress Management uses the same procedure on all: a technique known as the Stress Evaluation, which incorporates questions, applied kinesiology, and the client’s intelligence and energy field. Continue reading