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The Spirit of Healing

Author : David Cumes
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Healing. Sooner or later, everyone needs it. You may have a physical ailment that needs to be healed. Or a relationship may fail and your emotions need to be healed. David Cumes, M.D., has spent a lifetime investigating the nature of healing. In The Spirit of Healing, you will join him on his journey of discovery. You learn about the notion of the "wounded healer" as he shares his stories about his medical training. You'll learn about the nature of trance for the healer and the person to be healed within shamanic cultures. You'll even read how he experimented with powerful herbs along with Shamans in the mountains of Peru, all to become a better healer. This personal experience is mixed with training in a variety of fields. He unites his findings with concepts from the East such as kundalini, prana, and the chakras. He also blends this with the Western mysticism of the Kabalistic Tree of Life. And yes, he does discover the keys to healing. These are the interrelationship between the healer, the patient, the location (certain areas do have healing powers) and the universal force or energy (similar to kundalini) he calls the "Field." Cumes picks up on seemingly small ideas that, psychologically, can destroy the healing process. He points out that doctors are now health care providers. He writes, "Synonyms given by a thesaurus for the word 'provider,' include: pimp, panderer, runner, agent, hustler, supplier, purveyor, and procurer. This kind of loose and insulting labeling of physicians goes to the very heart of undermining the essence of healing itself. Most of us need the vital healing energy a compassionate healer can give us to help trigger our Inner Healer." This book can be an incredible guide to understanding the healing process. If you are going through such a process now, the information here could help you heal faster. And if you don't need the secrets revealed here now, you will in the future. Prepare for that future by reading this book.

Soul Medicine

Author : Helen Graham
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The author argues that the current crisis in healthcare is a result of the failure of modern medicine and psychology to recognise their limitations. She claims that an effective system for the future must concern itself with body, mind and spirit.

Holy Spirit for Healing

Author : Ron Roth
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In this book, Ron Roth explains how the body and mind cooperate in the healing process. Because mental programming creates results in our life, we need to begin by healing subconscious attitudes. This book is not so much a study of how to heal, but rather how to stop blocking the flow of life.

The Spirit of Healing

Author : Osahmin
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The Ethic of Traditional Communities and the Spirit of Healing Justice

Author : Jarem Sawatsky
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In this groundbreaking international comparative study on healing justice, the author examines a number of traditional communities. 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.

A Guide to Spirit Healing

Author : Harry Edwards
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A Guide to Spirit Healing - Edwards, Harry Fascinating book describing the methods by which this form of healing may be accomplished. This book will be of value not only to those who desire to heal the sick but to all who are interested in the way in which this beneficent work is performed. Contents Include: - The Healing potential - The Healing Gift - The Spirit Mind of Man - The Spirit Bodies of Man - First Phase of Development - Absent Healing - Second Phase of Healing - The Healing Guides - General Rules for Guidance - Third Phase of Development - The Value of Healing Passes - Fourth Phase of Development - Magnetic Healing - Disease and the Mind - Psychological Aspect of Healing - Vibrations - Why do Some Healings ''Fail''? - Medical co-operation: Introduction Notes to Treatments - The Spine - Mental Conditions - Cancers and Growths - Arthritis and Rheumatism - Paralysis - Tuberculosis and Chest Conditions - Nerve Diseases - The Senses - Children's Diseases - Colour Healing, Radiesthesia, Electronics - Final Conclusions

Healing of the Spirit Soul and Body

Author : Betty Miller
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Nourishing the Spirit

Author : James D. Whitehead
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A seminal exploration of the psychological and spiritual power of our positive emotions. This new companion volume to the Whitehead's influential book on our negative emotions completes a work of scholarship that will nourish individuals and inform those who counsel them.

Spirit and Healing in Africa

Author : Deborah van den Bosch-Heij
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In southern Africa, faith communities and religious institutions play a major role in assisting believers to find health, healing and well-being in everyday life. The Reformed tradition is often considered as neglecting these very matters. The study argues that this influential tradition has the resources to respond meaningfully to the needs of believers. The Reformed emphasis on the Holy Spirit is explored as one particular fruitful avenue to engage with healing. Issues of health, body and direct divine intervention are delicate themes in Reformed theology, but they represent also an intellectually challenging field of study. To utilise the potential of Reformed theology, the book investigates the complex and dynamic nature of health from a social constructivist approach. Four dominant patterns of health and healing are identified - the Ngoma paradigm, missionary medicine, the HIV/Aids discourse and the church-based healing tradition. As it turns out, each of these health discourses can be brought into dialogue with the Reformed understanding of the Holy Spirit. By offering a comprehensive contextual Reformed proposal on Spirit and healing the book makes a unique scholarly contribution. Themes such as relationality, transformation, quality of life and power are developed in a creative way in order to come to new perspectives on the Holy Spirit and healing.

Healing by the Spirit

Author : Ivan Cooke
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An inquiry into the cause and cure of sickness and guide in healer training, along with some case histories. It also presents important teachings by White Eagle about spiritual healing, for both healer and patient.

The Healing Gifts of the Spirit

Author : Agnes Sanford
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This practical guide to spiritual healing blends insightful spiritual reflection and the wisdom of hard-won experience in a reliable and inspiring handbook for developing our innate capacity for richer living and richer giving through the healing gifts of the Spirit. Many years ago, Agnes Sanford was cured of acute depression by a minister who believed in the healing power of prayer. Subsequently, she herself became very active and successful in healing others of mental and physical ailments by drawing upon the same resources for inner well-being. In The Healing Gifts of the Spirit, she shares the simple, practicable ways of self-help she discovered, and gives step-by-step advice on how to help others. She discusses not only her own cure but also the gift of healing in general and its growing recognition in the contemporary church. She devotes a chapter to the gift of miracles, and another -- especially interesting -- to the gift of tongues. Her exploration of these topics is richly inspiring, offering readers one of the most detailed, informative discussions of the nature, dynamics, and potential rewards of these unique manifestations of God's presence. At the same time, she demonstrates how anyone can draw upon this healing power for good in the world. As evidence of how these gifts can -- and do -- reveal themselves, the author cites many examples from observation and personal encounters with the healing power of the Spirit.

The Healing Power of the Holy Spirit

Author : Garrie Fraser Williams
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While the power of prayer and spirituality for healing has been recognised, not only by the American Academy of Family Physicians, but by more than 100 of the USA's leading university medical schools including Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Dartmouth and Ohio State, what impact is it having on lives, homes, communities or congregations today?Now Garrie Fraser Williams shows from Biblical and Christian literature, history and personal experience in many countries how true healing can be experienced and shared by all who have faith in the mighty power of the Holy Spirit of God.Packed with exciting true life stories and life changing information, this Revised and Updated Edition of The Healing Power of the Holy Spirit, is thoroughly researched and carefully connected to the Scriptures.Here is positive, practical help for all people seeking healing for themselves or a loved one, or to be involved in successful Healing Shepherd ministry for others.Explore the answers to such questions as:What connection is there between Divine healing and the use of medical science and natural health principles?Is healing always dependent on a sick person's faith?Can miraculous healing be only instantanious?Is there fake healing and if so how would it be recognized?Why has some healing prayer caused the sick more pain?This challenging and inspirational book also examines the vital question of whether Healing Shepherd ministry, which was modelled by Jesus Christ and was prominent in the establishment of Christianity, should still be the focus of Christian congregations, clergy and spiritually gifted Christian believers today.

The Spirit of Reiki

Author : Walter Lubeck
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This is a handbook that reports on all of the major aspects of Reiki in a concentrated and extensive manner, including the latest information, developments and traditional knowledge. Beginning with definitions of Reiki associations, traditions, and representatives like Usui, Hayashi, Takata, and many others, and teaching methods, application techniques, and symbols like the Reiki Kanji, it covers a large variety of themes-even the latest rediscovery of Japanese healing techniques.

Anatomy Of The Spirit

Author : Caroline Myss
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Anatomy of the Spirit is the first book to unify Eastern and Western spiritual healing into a programme for physical healing and personal power. In this breakthrough view of mind, body and spirit, Caroline Myss demonstrates that the seven stages through which everyone must pass in the search for consciousness and spiritual maturity are the same in all traditions and are also the same seven stages for healing. During her many years of research into the power centres of the body, Myss has uncovered strong evidence that each illness we develop corresponds to a very specific pattern of emotional and psychological stress and that certain beliefs and attitudes influence corresponding areas of the human body. For example, fears regarding financial stress affect the health of the lower back; emotional barriers to experiencing love undermine the health of the heart. A strong need to control others or your environment influences the health of the sexual area of your body. Caroline also discusses in depth why people do not heal and the reasons why we often find ourselves in difficult circumstances that never seem to change.

Spirit Healing

Author : Bob Woodward
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Is spiritual healing a reality? Does it work? -- What are the different methods of healing? -- Includes moving individual stories of healing Through the work of renowned healers such as Harry Edwards, many more people now turn to spiritual healing for help with a wide variety of physical ailments. Individual healers often attract interest in the media and, on the level of sustained research and practice, a number of centres are now established in the UK, Europe and the USA. Bob Woodward has many years of experience of therapeutic work using approaches based on the work of Rudolf Steiner, and has both studied and practised spiritual healing. In this clear and revealing account, he examines the nature of different forms of healing, and the role of the healer. The book includes many individual stories of healing which movingly illustrate the principles being discussed.

Let Jesus Heal Your Hidden Wounds

Author : Brad Long
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Most people get hurt and suffer painful memories as a result of living in an imperfect world. But God's original plan for humanity included spiritual, emotional, physical, and relational wholeness. Through the example of Jesus, who heals from the inside out, readers will learn how to experience this wholeness and assist in the healing of others. Let Jesus Heal Your Hidden Wounds speaks to the individual who wants to be or already is involved in healing ministry. This is not another technique for doing healing, but a description of how the prayer minister cooperates with the Holy Spirit to bring healing and deliverance to people with hidden wounds. Each chapter includes several questions for use in a Bible study setting or to provoke further personal reflection. Those called to healing ministries will be taken to a new level of understanding and greater effectiveness from reading and studying this book. And those with hidden wounds will find new hope for restoration and freedom.

Healing for the Heart and the Spirit

Author : Bruce Pringle
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Abandonment. Abuse. Anger. Depression. Grief. How does one work through these and other emotional topics and feelings? Healing for the Heart and the Spirit offers advice, guidance, and perspective firmly grounded in Christian thought and scripture. Drawing from a well of experience in his own personal life and his years as a counselor, Bruce Pringle MEd, PhD tenders spiritual solutions to Christians, with comfort in the knowledge that Jesus Christ is the Healer. "Come to Me, all you who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn of Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light" (Matthew 11:28-30).


Author : Neal Grossman
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BENEDICT SPINOZA was a 17th-century philosopher and spiritual psychotherapist. This intellectual self-help book provides important insights from Spinoza’s system of thought in a format accessible to the general reader, as well as to those already familiar with his philosophy. By applying his method to our personal lives, we may free ourselves from bondage to our lower emotions and habitual behaviors and thus begin to enjoy the “continuous, supreme, and unending happiness” promised by Spinoza. “Those of us who came of age in the twentieth century were taught that we must adopt a crazy-making strategy of compartmentalizing our lives, putting our rational, scientific side into one corner and our psychological/spiritual side in another. The precarious state of our world is evidence enough that this approach to life is a destructive dead end. You are holding an effective alternative in your hand. The Spirit of Spinoza is a brilliant treatise that has been field-tested by Professor Neal Grossman in his own life and that of his students over decades. This book is a master stroke by a master teacher about a master philosopher. It is also delightfully dangerous, for it has the power to shift one’s life onto a new axis, where it becomes possible to blend knowledge and wisdom into an experience that can best be described, quite simply, as waking up.” —Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit

Author : Gabriel Mojay
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An authoritative and unique approach to a popular subject, Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit concentrates on the profound psychological benefits of essential oils. Building on the well-established link between fragrance and mood, this beautifully illustrated and practical guide helps you to alleviate tension, anxiety and depression, within yourself and others.

Healing of the Spirit Soul and Body Workbook

Author : Betty Miller
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This workbook is a companion to the book "Healing of the Spirit, soul and Body" by the same author. It teaches how to overcome emotional problems, as well as physical ones, and how to receive divine healing. It also teaches how to renew the carnal mind and walk in the spirit of life, thereby overcoming depression, loneliness and fear. It is the sixth book in the "Overcoming Life Series," which includes nine book and workbook sets. All teaching is based on the Word of God.