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Author : David Schenck
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Healing is often discussed but infrequently studied. Schenck and Churchill provide a systematic approach to the elements that make clinician-patient interactions themselves a source of healing, based on comprehensive interviews with 50 physicians and alternative practitioners. The authors present a compelling picture of how healing happens in the practices of extraordinary clinicians.

Healing Magick

Author : Lady Levanah Shell Bdolak
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Levanah shell Bdolak is both a Dianic High Priestess and the Director of the Clearsight Clairvoyant Center based in Santa Monica, CA. She has taught Clairvoyancy and Energetic medicine since 1979. Currently she teaches for Clearsight Japan in Tokyo, for twelve days every month where she is now teaching their twenty-second Clairvoyant and Energetic Medicine Programs. Levanah has been teaching Clairvoyancy and Healing in Japan for 14 years. Author, teacher, writer, counselor, clairvoyant psychic, and healer, Levanah seeks to share her knowledge, clairvoyantly gleaned wisdoms and insights with all who cross her path. This is her first book for Wiccans, Witches and Pagans about the magickal healing arts. Magick is the art of shifting, changing, bending or turning nature. It is the sacred but fun act of moving energy. Anyone can do magick. One of the most powerful aspects of magick is that of healing. When you do good magick it is as if you never did anything at all since the universe just “gives” to you what you asked for. When you heal, you are shifting and changing a person on the most basic down to earth way you can on this planet. You are changing a person on the most basic down to earth way you can on this planet. You are changing the person’s physical nature of something. This skills shown in this book will show you how to powerfully heal yourself and others using pure energy.

An Ethnography of Crystal and Spiritual Healers in Northern England

Author : Stuart McClean
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Talks about Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Western societies.

Energy Healing Made Easy

Author : Abby Wynne
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"Energy healing is a powerful technique based on the principle that our physical body is only one part of our wellness picture--we also have an energetic body that affects our physical, mental and emotional health. In this book, gifted energy healer Abby Wynne explains how energy impacts you in your everyday life and how you can work with it to heal, rebalance and thrive."--

Healing With Energy

Author : Starr Fuentes
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In this manual, healers will learn about a healing session from beginning to end along with information about the energies at work in a healing, and hand positions that facilitate healing. The intermediate healer will find that this book serves as a quick reference to the ways Source works with techniques to promote healing.

Healing in the Gospel of Matthew

Author : Walter T. Wilson
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Walter Wilson adopts an interdisciplinary approach to the healing narratives in the Gospel of Matthew, combining the familiar methods of form, redaction, and narrative criticisms with insights culled from medical anthropology, feminist theory, disability studies, and ancient archaeology to understand the New Testament's longest and most systematic account of healing, Matthew chapters 8 and 9. Close exegetical readings culminate in a final synthesis of Matthew's understanding of healing, how Matthew's narratives of healing expose the distinctive priorities of the evangelist, and how these priorities relate to the theology of the Gospel.

Healing in the Kingdom

Author : Cal Pierce
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God is calling forth a generation that is passionate for His healing presence. To this end, God has equipped every person with a provision for healing. This provision was provided at the cross and is included in God's saving grace. God is not just able to heal us; He is willing to heal us. This isn't something God has yet to decide, He has already done it when Jesus bore our sins and our sicknesses and carried our pain at the cross (1 Peter 2:24; Isaiah 53:4-5). Healing in the Kingdom lays a foundation from God's Word on His will to heal the whole person in spirit, mind, and body. Learn how to receive healing by faith, how to address the roadblocks to healing, how to exhibit authority through the Holy Spirit, how God establishes divine health through His healing power, and how to see healing even more in this present age. Every believer can learn to receive and minister God's healing power through prayer, whether we're in the pew or on the street.

Deep Wounds Deep Healing

Author : Charles H. Kraft
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An Introduction to Deep Level Healing A poor self-image, chronic depression, the trauma of incest, a bitter divorce. Sometimes emotional wounds fester, no matter how much professional counseling a person receives. It's time for Christians to understand the powerful link between spiritual warfare and inner healing and recognize the spiritual roots of our emotional wounds in order to receive deep and lasting healing. Drawing on years of ministering God's healing to hundreds of people, Dr. Charles Kraft provides a complete guide to inner healing and tackles issues like healing of memories, deep level healing and demonization. Here is real hope of finding freedom for those who suffer, as well as invaluable advice for those who minister to them.

Faith healing

Author : James Monroe Buckley
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Autoimmune Saved Me A Holistic Roadmap for Healing Restoration

Author : D'Ann Swain
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Author D’Ann Swain suffered fifteen years from an autoimmune disease. There were times when she couldn’t walk without help or even swallow. Today, she’s back to her physically demanding full-time career and keeping up with women half her age as a nursing manager at a busy pain-management clinic. In Autoimmune Saved Me! She shares the story of her total restoration, a restoration that came as a result of this holistic living plan. She narrates how she found healing and a more fulfilled life through holistic health. Swain reveals her story—from the dark days to the victorious ones where she now finds herself. This practical guide contains a list of useful resources, a two-week schedule of steps to implement, and a collection of recipes for food and household products. With a section of inspirational quotations and suggested further reading included, Autoimmune Saved Me!, offers help for those trying to navigate their way from illness back to health and to anyone wanting to experience a fuller life.

How to Pray for Healing

Author : Che Ahn
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This book is an account of the author's personal journey through healing and into a healing ministry. With a simple and down-to-earth style, the author demystifies the idea of healing the sick through prayer. His goal is to encourage others to use the power of prayer as a main line of defense. He explains the basic theology of healing and how to pray for yourself and others. There is also a section that discusses the times when God does not heal. Should we always expect healing? This introduction to the subject of prayer and healing balances the miraculous with the practical and draws from such well known sources a John Wimber, Francis McNutt, Smith Wigglesworth and others. Many personal stories included.

The Secret of Instant Healing

Author : Frank J. Kinslow, Dr.
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Over the last few years, innovative self-help methods have convinced many people of a new worldview. Quantum Entrainment® (QE) is the newest development in this area: QE works with gentle touch that quietly activates the autonomic nervous system to spontaneously and naturally create an atmosphere in which deep healing can take place. This amazing self-help method is easy to use and needs no previous knowledge—it can be applied by everyone! And what is most astonishing: not only does the treated individual receive deep, restful healing; but the person who is using QE will also experience an immediate, prolonged sense of well-being. Give it a try—you will be surprised by how powerful Quantum Entrainment is! It works in minutes, is easily taught, requires no special training, and even works on pets!

Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men s Healing Work

Author : Edward Read Barton
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Whether in crisis or not, whether in denial or not, all men go through a midlife transition. The mythopoetic perspective is a way for men to start an inward journey of introspection to seek personal transformation and healing. This may mean a new search for spirituality as opposed to organized religion. It may mean looking for a new meaning in life.

The Ethic of Traditional Communities and the Spirit of Healing Justice

Author : Jarem Sawatsky
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What is healing justice? Who practices it? What does it look like? In this groundbreaking international comparative study on healing justice, Jarem Sawatsky examines traditional communities including Hollow Water - an Aboriginal and Métis community in Canada renowned for their holistic healing work in the face of 80 per cent sexual abuse rates; the Iona Community - a dispersed Christian ecumenical community in Scotland known for their work towards peace, healing and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship; and Plum Village - a Vietnamese initiated Buddhist community in southern France, and home to Nobel Peace Prize nominated author, Thich Nhat Hanh. These case studies record a search for the kind of social, structural, and spiritual relationships necessary to sustain a healing view of justice. Through comparing cases, Sawatsky identifies the common patterns, themes, and imagination which these communities share. These commonalities among those that practice healing justice are then examined for their implications for wider society, particularly for restorative justice and criminal justice. This innovative book is accessible to those new to the topic, while at the same time being beneficial to experienced researchers, and will appeal internationally to practitioners, students, and anyone interested in restorative justice, law, peace building, and religious studies.

The Psychic Healing Book

Author : Amy Wallace
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In this classic text with a new introduction by Wallace and Henkin, the authors demystify such processes as grounding, basic psychic meditations, reading auras, understanding the astral body, and performing simple psychic readings and healings. The book is based on the idea that psychic abilities are not just the province of arcane people who study esoteric doctrines, but are the birthright of everyone. Emphasizing practical techniques for self-healing and healing others, Wallace and Henkin share their own experiences with psychic healing and provide clear and straightforward exercises, from beginning to advanced.

Healing in Hell

Author : Ken Adams
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Ken Adams, as a trained medic, was sent out to the Far East and immediately saw action on the Malay Peninsula. Captured at Singapore he initially worked at Changi Hospital. Many moves and much worse capos in Thailand were to follow. He describes his life, work and the terrible conditions endured at the hands of the Japanese and Korea guards and worst of all, the Kempetai secret police. Illnesses such as dysentery, malaria, avitominosis, cholera and smallpox had to be treated with minimal or no medicines. Starvation was a fact of life. The author was frequently moved around and in 1945 took part in a march of many hundreds of miles which inevitably proved fatal to many of his fellow POWs. Liberation and repatriation are movingly described as, most significantly, is the whole process of settling back into normal life after so long in captivity of the worst kind. Healing in Hell is an exceptional account that demands reading.

Contemplative Healing

Author : Francis Geddes
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Jesus introduced healing into the Judaism of his day, and for the Churchs first three hundred years, healing was an important spiritual practice. In Contemplative Healing, author Francis Geddes describes healing prayers importance and recommends congregations renew this ancient Christian practice. Geddes presents an overview of Christian healing for the church and beyond. It addresses societys need for loving connection with one another and the source of our being within a broad Christian context. Contemplative Healing demonstrates the following essential points: Everyone can be a healer Science and healing need not be at odds. Jesus introduced healing as a transforming spiritual practice. Healing is grounded in love. Contemplative Healing communicates how the loving spirit of God and Christ function in a community by alleviating pain and bringing wholeness. Praise for CONTEMPLATIVE HEALING This books treatment of healing as a spiritual and Christian practice is important for Christians and the church in our time. It creates a framework for seeing healing within the practice of Jesus and early Christianity, attends to the relationship between healing and contemporary medical science, and describes how to introduce the practice of healing into local congregations. MARCUS J. BORG, AUTHOR, THE HEART OF CHRISTIANITY

Living at God s Speed Healing in God s Time

Author : Charles W. Sidoti
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"God's time often differs from our Time," says the author, and in this compelling book (written with Rabbi Akiva Feinstein) he provides spiritual insights about how td cope with constant change and the worry about the future that comes with it. His hope is that when using this book, readers will become increasingly aware of God at work in the universe and within the context and changes of their own lives. He believes that this growing awareness will make a profound difference in the way they live.

A Journey into Spiritual Healing and Kirlian Photography

Author : David Clements
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An experienced healer invites you into the sacred world of spiritual healing and shares his experiences using Kirlian photography as an innovative new tool that benefits patients and practitioners alike. Spiritual healing — ‘The Power that made the body can heal the body’ Spiritual Healing- The Power that made the body can heal the body. This book has been written in a down to earth way, making it easy to understand for people who are written in a down to earth way, making it easy to understand for people who are attracted to spiritual healing in the course of their personal spiritual journey. I believe that everybody has the ability to become a healer. This book will help you to develop your ability to its highest potential. David Clements, an experienced healer shares the best of his twenty years of experience and research to help you. Kirlian photography- The mind-body-spirit connection. Before and after Kirlian photographs bring an exciting new dimension to healing, enabling us to visualize the life force energy and observe changes that take place during healing. David shares insight from his research into such interesting topics as “The Major religions, the Scientists and early philosophers views on God Spirit Soul, and reincarnation, spirit guides, aura’s and much more. Wherever your own spiritual journey takes you this informative book could help you. Kirlian photography — ‘The mind-body-spirit connection’

Healthy Healing

Author : Linda G. Rector-Page
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