Upcoming Release – Spiritual
An inspired life means living to your highest potential—having a healthy body, a creative mind, the ability to take full responsibility for your choices, embracing who you are, and connecting to your spiritual life.
By becoming aware of the unity of your body, intuition, mind, and emotions, you can reach this highest capacity of living. With clear explanations, examples, exercises, and illustrations, this book provides a system for living a fuller, more realized, inspired life accessible to anyone.
ISBN 978-1-60808-207-0 (Paperback)
6×9, 250 pages
Publication date: January 1, 2019
Helen Pankowsky, M.D. works as a psychiatrist who is known for using cutting edge modalities that integrate traditional medicine with alternative methods, successfully combining medications (as little as possible) with psychotherapy, kinesiology, energy healing, holistic lifestyle education, and intuition. Dr. Pankowsky been a Jungian based therapist, is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), certified in Transcutaneous Acupuncture, and has studied alternative and complementary medicine and intuition extensively. She is a Reiki master (RMT) and a long time practitioner of Tai Chi and Qi Gong. She has lectured and taught classes on Intuition, the Feminine Psyche, Dreams, Kinesiology For Accessing Inner Blocks, Bioenergy, Emotions and the Body, Sophia (The Wisdom of God) and the Psyche, and On Becoming the Authentic Self. She has also done presentations on Gender Discrimination, Inspiring Women, Motherhood, Cancer and the Bioenergy field, and Treatments for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Passionate about understanding the essence of healing, she is committed to answering the question, “what makes our life meaningful, how do we manifest our highest capacity, and how do we find peace with who we are and the life we have?” She is dedicated to making these ideas, skills, and possibilities for expanded consciousness available to all.
Helen lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband where she often looks out the window at the trees, birds, and creatures, writes poetry, creates art, does as much taichi and qi gong as possible, and where she still works healing patients towards their well being