Benjamin Eisenstein Miller

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Editor’s Note: Issue Eight

July 3, 2020 in General

Reading Time: 7 minutes Part of Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision involved his children residing in a nation “where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Five years after that seminal speech, future civil rights activists Bernice, Dexter, Martin and Yolanda (“Yoki”) King lost their father to racism. […]

Editor’s Note: Issue Seven

April 28, 2020 in General

Reading Time: 5 minutes While Issue Six, Health vs. Healing: From Prevention to Intervention, might as well have been about COVID-19, it wasn’t. As soon as the presently notorious coronavirus strain demonstrated its destructive novelty, it was clear that our publication, in solidarity with hospital staff and essential workers, has a categorical imperative to do what we can. To […]

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Editor’s Note: Issue Six

March 11, 2020 in Meditation, Sujok, Yoga Therapy

Reading Time: 3 minutes This edition of Healers Magazine, Health vs. Healing: From Prevention to Intervention, was supposed to be released exactly one year ago—let’s start there. Those of you who have been with us for some time already know that 2019 brought us technical challenges of epic proportions. We cleared each hurdle, thanks largely to one of our […]

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Relocation Therapy – Miami: Part One

February 10, 2020 in Relocation Therapy, Retail Therapy, Soul Retrieval, Spiritual Healing

Reading Time: 19 minutes How many times have you contemplated heading to the nearest airport and booking a one-way ticket to elsewhere? How many times have you actually gone through with it? If you haven’t, not even once, that’s probably because you don’t take the option seriously, pathologizing it as an escapist delusion. It isn’t. You may object, arguing […]

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“The House of Terror”: Large Group Psychology

December 17, 2019 in Ancestral Healing, Psychoanalysis, Psychology

Reading Time: 5 minutes I visited Budapest while studying abroad in Vienna and it brought home some ancestral recollections in my 5/8 Slavically Jewish memory. I came across a stylish neo-Renaissance house that was built on Andrassy Street, a picturesque boulevard not far from the Danube, in 1880. For decades the building served as a venue for pleasant social […]

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Facing Life’s Challenges: An Interview with Ken Best

December 9, 2019 in Chiropractic, Injury Recall Technique (IRT), Kinesiology

Reading Time: 6 minutes Dr. Ken Best graduated magna cum laude from the Cleveland Chiropractic College and has since become an influencer whose practice is favored by Los Angeles celebrities. His latest book provides a guide to discovering and changing the limiting beliefs that block you from creating the life you want. Benjamin Eisenstein (BE): In your book, Eleven […]

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Why This Much-Needed Public Health Campaign Will Be An Epic Success

March 3, 2019 in General

Reading Time: 21 minutes We launched a campaign this morning that’s meant to crowdfund a budget with which to hire a web developer to fix our website. This is critical to our mission, which is to help people feeling stuck in regard to healing. With your help we can reach half a million readers in 2019 (60 times more […]

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Editor’s Note: Issue Five

February 23, 2019 in Featured, General

Reading Time: 3 minutes Are failure and success two sides of the same coin? If so, what do we call that coin? Many philosophers call it the dialectic: the notion that opposites are intertwined and overcome one another in a sacred dance that’s difficult to spot; however, once spotted, one sees it everywhere one looks. It’s said that opposites […]

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Editor’s Note: Issue Four

December 4, 2018 in Acupressure, Acupuncture, Breathwork, Chinese Medicine, Dance Therapy, Drama Therapy, Featured, Herbal Medicine, Hypnotherapy, Psychoanalysis, Regression Therapy, Sophrology, Sound Healing, Spiritual Healing, Yoga, Yoga Therapy

Reading Time: 3 minutes The theme of the December edition of Healers Magazine is Epistemological Equitability: The Democratization of Truth. Why? When you look at healing ideologies with your third eye you see that despite libraries full of interdisciplinary disputes, healers are all on the same side. You might even say that they’re all saying the same things which […]

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How to Cure Narcissism Psychoanalytically

November 8, 2018 in Featured, Psychoanalysis, Psychology

Reading Time: 6 minutes I would like to survey some themes from Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient by Hyman Spotnitz. What is it about? Well, in the preface he explains that his intention in writing this book was to provide an educational manual to students at “modern” psychoanalytic institutes. When I was a student at the New York […]

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