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As a result, mind-body medicine is a very big topic for the new millennium. You the Healer offers a guide that can help you and your loved ones to live a healthy, disease-free life.
Author: José Silva
Publisher: H J Kramer
Our health as a nation is declining. In addition, it is becoming increasingly clear that allopathic medicine has come to a plateau in its efforts to stem the tide of degenerative disease. As a result, mind-body medicine is a very big topic for the new millennium. You the Healer offers a guide that can help you and your loved ones to live a healthy, disease-free life. Based on the most successful mind development program in the world today, You the Healer offers a complete course in Silva Method healing techniques in a do-it-yourself, forty-day format. By reading one chapter a day and doing the indicated exercises, you can be firmly on the path to wellness in just six weeks.
Jasmine stumbled toward the gate holding her shoulder and gasped as she said, “I must see the Healer, now.” Jasmine passed out and fell to the ground. The guard. 93 the MaRvels of the healeR: the DaRkness.
Author: David R. Mastbergen
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
David R. Mastbergen is the author of The Marvels of the Healer series. He was born in the Heartland in the city of Worthington, Minnesota. He was raised in Worthington until he enlisted into the United States Navy and spent the next twenty-plus years servicing his country. Upon retiring from the navy as a chief warrant officer, he spent nine-plus years working for the state of Minnesota. David has a Master of Arts degree in management from the College of St. Scholastica and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Coleman College.
From bestselling author Allison Butler comes two seriously sexy Scottish romances in the spirit of Diana Gabaldon to curb your Outlander cravings.
Author: Allison Butler
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
The Healer Curb your Outlander cravings with Allison Butler's seriously sexy Scottish novel about an English woman, a Scottish Laird, a case of mistaken identity and a love that will surpass all barriers. An outcast in her own home for as long as she can remember, Lynelle Fenwick will do anything to earn her father's approval. Including exaggerating her healing skills, and setting off alone to rescue her step–brother from a band of raiding Scots. Living under a curse that has haunted the Closeburn Clan for years, Laird William Kirkpatrick, will do anything to save his sole surviving brother. He may not believe in curses, but his clan does, and the growing number of graves seems to support their side. Having banished all healers from the clan for trickery, he has no choice but to allow an Englishwoman, claiming to be a skilled healer, into his home and into the room of his wounded brother. Enemies by birth and circumstance, they can only succeed together. But blood runs deep, and tensions high. What matters the desires of a heart? The Thief From Allison Butler, bestselling author of The Healer, comes a sexy Scottish romance about a man in search of a bride, a woman in search of a home and an inconvenient attraction that can't be denied. To fulfil his father's dying wish, Border laird Lachlan Elliot must marry and sire a legitimate heir, cementing his family's name in the tumultuous borderlands. But his marriage will be one of convenience. Lachlan has no time for the pain and betrayal of love, and his land and position must always come first. So even when the spirited thief he catches stealing his horse turns out to be breathtaking – and appropriate – he vows to marry her, bed her, but never love her. Kenzie never wanted an arranged marriage, but to be forced to wed the domineering laird who catches her thieving from his lands is even worse. Feisty, strong–willed and determined to make her own way, Kenzie may have no choice but to agree to the marriage, but she will never give up her independence. Lachlan may own her body, but he will never own her heart.
In this book, Zeev offers a deep understanding of energetic forces, which govern and influence our lives, and he teaches how to connect with and embody this cosmic Blue Diamond Energy, and how to apply it in our lives, for self-help and for ...
Author: Ze'ev Kolman
Publisher: Author House
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"The Mind is the Healer, The Mind is the Killer" How the mind can heal you and how the mind can destroy you" by Zeev Kolman presents an exciting, unique and revolutionary perspective on healing, health, and spirituality, and shares with us the treasures of Zeev Kolman's lifework and journey, through clear instruction, moving inspirational stories, healing adventures and case studies. The author's transforming experience in the Sinai desert endowed him with healing and mystic gifts, including the vision and healing power of the dynamic Blue Diamond Light and Energy. In this book, Zeev offers a deep understanding of energetic forces, which govern and influence our lives, and he teaches how to connect with and embody this cosmic Blue Diamond Energy, and how to apply it in our lives, for self-help and for those in the healing professions. Zeev reveals details of his healing revelations through techniques, exercises, meditations, visualizations and working with the " Subtle Anatomy" of the brain, heart, aura, spirit and soul, for in-person and absent-healing. Experience how you can move beyond the physical fabric of reality into realms aligning the harmony of mind, body and spirit!
From Doctor to Healer answers this question as it traces the transformational journeys of physicians who move across the philosophical spectrum of American medicine from doctor to healer.
Author: Robbie Davis-Floyd
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Why would a successful physician who has undergone seven years of rigorous Western medical training learn to practice homeopathy or Chinese medicine? From Doctor to Healer answers this question as it traces the transformational journeys of physicians who move across the philosophical spectrum of American medicine from doctor to healer. Robbie Davis-Floyd and Gloria St. John conducted extensive interviews to discover how and why physicians make the move to alternative medicine, what sparks this shift, and what beliefs they abandon or embrace in the process.
From Australia's #1 best-selling YA author Lynette Noni comes a dark, thrilling YA fantasy about Kiva, a girl forced to heal prisoners of war who must wager her life in a series of deadly elemental trials, all to save the rebel force's ...
Author: Lynette Noni
Publisher: HMH Books For Young Readers
Category: Young Adult Fiction
From Australia's #1 best-selling YA author Lynette Noni comes a dark, thrilling YA fantasy about Kiva, a girl forced to heal prisoners of war who must wager her life in a series of deadly elemental trials, all to save the rebel force's queen. Perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Sabaa Tahir.
Journalist and music writer Glen Humphries has interviewed the members of Tumbleweed numerous times and, in Healer, takes the first complete look at the band's career.
Author: Glen Humphries
Publisher: Last Day of School
With their long hair and fuzzed-up guitars, Tumbleweed rose out of the ashes of late-80s Indie band The Proton Energy Pills. Just over a year after their 1990 birth, they'd recorded with Mudhoney's Mark Arm, scored a support slot on Nirvana's only Australian tour (just as the grunge wave hit) and signed a US record deal. The Wollogong band hit their peak of popularity in the wake of the 1995 album Galactaphonic. And then proceeded to shoot themselves in the foot. Guitarist Paul Hausmeister got the sack, and then drummer Steve O'Brien left in protest. From there the band went downhill, chopping and changing band members, releasing albums that met an increasingly uninterested public and playing shows where there were maybe a half-dozen people in the crowd. So it was no surprise when they called it quits in 2001. That was supposed to be it for Tumbleweed. With the acrimony that swirled around the members for years afterwards, it was hard to ever see the hometown fans' wishes of a reformation come true. But in 2009 they managed to heal their wounds and reunite, releasing their fifth studio album a few years later and survive the sudden death of bassplayer Jay Curley. Journalist and music writer Glen Humphries has interviewed the members of Tumbleweed numerous times and, in Healer, takes the first complete look at the band's career.
As the healer and patient separate, it is possible for the patient to become excessively dependent on the support of the healer. Because other patients may unconsciously demand that same support, a give-andtake situation may result ...
Author: Virgil Mayor Apostol
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Way of the Ancient Healer provides an overview of the rich tradition of Filipino healing practices, discussing their origins, world influences, and role in daily life. Enhanced with over 200 photographs and illustrations, the book combines years of historical research with detailed descriptions of the spiritual belief system that forms the foundation of these practices. Giving readers a rare look at modern-day Filipino healing rituals, the book also includes personal examples from author Virgil Mayor Apostol’s own experiences with shamanic healing and dream interpretation. The book begins with an explanation of Apostol’s Filipino lineage and legacy as a healer. After a brief history of the Philippine archipelago, he describes the roots of traditional Filipino healing and spirituality, and discusses the Indian, Islamic, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and American influences that have impacted the Filipino culture. He presents a thorough description of Filipino shamanic and spiritual practices that have developed from the concept that everything in nature contains a spirit (animism) and that living in the presence of spirits demands certain protocols and rituals for interacting with them. The book’s final chapter thoughtfully explores the spiritual tools used in Filipino healing–talismans, amulets, stones, and other natural symbols of power.
She had magical powers to heal...and people came from all over the kingdom to see her and learn about her mysterious healing powers." But the story of Hazel Parcells is stranger, more compelling and more magical than any fairy tale.
Author: Joseph Dispenza
If this were a fairy tale, it would begin, "Once upon a time there was a very old woman who lived in an enchanted valley high in the mountains. She had magical powers to heal...and people came from all over the kingdom to see her and learn about her mysterious healing powers." But the story of Hazel Parcells is stranger, more compelling and more magical than any fairy tale. And it is all true.
A client, who feels that he is suffering, comes to visit a particular healer. The healer hears the words “I am sick” from his client—common words spoken all over the world innumerable times each day. “Tell me all about it,” says the ...
Author: John Stern
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A Healer’s Guide to Miracles has three parts: theory, practice, and mediations. The first part, theory, defines what a miracle is. Next, miracles are discussed in terms of the mental, emotional, and physical. The last chapter of part one looks deeply into the role that forgiveness plays in healing. In part two, practice, there is a format similar to part one. First, the physical environment of the healer is discussed. The next chapter deals with the practical aspects of healing the mind. A chapter is devoted to the topic of love in healing. This chapter goes deeply into the roles of compassion, empathy, and faith in healing. Finally, there is a chapter titled “Healing Yourself – Divine Mind Healing.” This is a meditation that integrates the deepest principles of A Course in Miracles with the healing of specific symptoms. Part three is titled “Mediations – The Experience of Miracles.” This part contains four mediations. Each of these helps bring about the “miracle–minded” state that is necessary in order to heal and be healed.
David R. Mastbergen, prolific author of The Marvels of the Healer series, accomplishes a rare and amazing feat by releasing his fourth book in just four months.
Author: David R. Mastbergen
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
David R. Mastbergen, prolific author of The Marvels of the Healer series, accomplishes a rare and amazing feat by releasing his fourth book in just four months. Mastbergens newly published book, The Marvels of the Healer: The Senior Year, comes after the successive and successful releases of the opening trilogy: Book I: The Marvels of the Healer; Book II: The Marvels of the Healer and the Sisters of Radiance; and Book III: The Marvels of the Healer & the Calm of the Healer. Todays religious sectors and the world itself are lost and a new healer is needed to bring reality to a new belief. A hero continues his quest to find and fulfill his destiny against many odds, shares Mastbergen when asked about the relevance and appeal of his books. It is fast paced and is written to be like a TV series where each chapter builds upon the nextIf they like the series then they will want to continue with the saga. This fourth installment to the adrenaline-pumping epic saga, about a family with extraordinary abilities to fight the evils of the world, follows The Healer, David Knight, as a senior in high school while he continues his marvels. The other stars in the series continue with David as they prove to be a powerful force and Davids most important protectors against his archenemies. Readers are reintroduced to other familiar characters: Jasmine Parker, The Calm; Nikki Knight, the Healers twin sister; Adela and Amada (twins), Jasmines little sisters; Julian Welsh, Davids mother; Vicky Miller, Davids aunt; and Kate Knight, Davids aunt. They will also meet new friends in the characters of Sissy Holmberg and Barb Knight, and new foes in Dr. Whitwell, the appalling adversary.
She still didn't quite believe that I healed quicker than others because I am a Healer – the magic that runs through my blood allows me to heal others without a second thought and while I can't heal my own injuries, it does speed up my ...
Author: Nika Kaitlyn
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
With final exams creeping up quickly, Imani Shae and friends find themselves using all their free time to study. However, at the park in town, on a day that was supposed to be relaxing, Imani stumbled upon the body of a local girl—dead. That is when things turn from bad to worse. She tries hard to forget what she saw, but she is still haunted by a ghost who died twenty years before, the ghost of Zoey Bishop. Zoey follows Imani, leaving nothing but cryptic messages and confusion in her wake. Imani is left to decode them before the man who's killing teenage girls strikes again. The man is still on the hunt and won't stop until he has gotten what he's after, but is it too late for Imani when someone really close to her becomes this guy's next target? Will she be able to stop the killer and save his target before her heart gets broken?
external social thrust into the healer's world. It acknowledges also a slang reference to overt homosexuality. Together with healer, the word acknowledges some aspects of feminine identifications common to the homosexual and the ...
Author: James McLaughlin
Over the course of a 50-year career, James T. McLaughlin has sought to open the playing field of psychoanalytic exploration by treating unconscious processes as the very material from which we fashion meaningful lives. His unique, iconoclastic perspective, which challenged the conventions of his time and professional milieu, not only engages the creative tension between the stance of the analyst and the stance of the healer, but also contains striking intimations of contemporary relational and interpersonal models of psychoanalytic treatment. The Healer's Bent, which thematically integrates published and unpublished papers and contains three chapters of heretofore unpublished autobiographical reflection, bridges analytic practice and other psychotherapeutic modalities. It will make McLaughlin's distinct approach to clinical theory and practice widely available to a broad and receptive readership.
Physicians claim to heal and cure a myriad of ailments, diseases, and viruses each day. But how many of those remedies are natural plants made by God and Mother Earth?In this book, we explore the distressing fact: we are ALL vulnerable.
Author: A V
Publisher: Independently Published
"Conversation with the Healer" dives deep into the soul to examine three vital elements: carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Without it, there is no life. Nor would there be any healing. Is everything you're doing to be healthy and well REALLY helping you to be healthy and well? Physicians claim to heal and cure a myriad of ailments, diseases, and viruses each day. But how many of those remedies are natural plants made by God and Mother Earth?In this book, we explore the distressing fact: we are ALL vulnerable. Most especially vulnerable to everyday foods that for years have been deemed "health foods". Unbeknownst to us, not all of those food are safe and could be feeding our bodies more toxins."Conversation with the Healer" provides two guides to promote a healthier, happier life: God's Recommended Medicine and God's Creations.
This is where I feel that we would all benefit from healers who look at the whole human being when illness or disease occurs. All healers need to respect the interconnectedness of the mind and emotions, as well as the spiritual ...
Author: Karen D. Gilroy
Discovering the Healer Within explains the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit. The material within will shed light on why one man is happy, healthy, loving, and successful, while another struggles. The happy, healthy, loving, and successful man knows how to use the Universal Law of Attraction. He understands how to use his conscious thoughts to design his life. This man understands and does not fear illness or disease, because he understands the self-healing functions of the physical body and what to do when illness and disease occur. Finally, this man understands his purpose in life. He understands that he is a spiritual being having a physical experience. To make the most of our time on earth, we need to understand why we are here, what we are supposed to accomplish, and the purpose of life and death.
As healers we're always told that we can't have emotions, that we can't feel because it interferes with our ability to heal. I didn't think I could take a mate and still be a healer. Still be the lord healer the empire needs.
Author: Mina Carter
Publisher: Mina Carter
She’s pregnant without nookie. Someone lied to her about the birds and the bees. Being kidnapped by aliens isn’t so bad, especially as it allows Jess to be close to a certain handsome healer. She thinks he’s more interested in his tests and her genetic code than in her as a woman, until a hot encounter proves just how wrong she was. When Laarn is called away to the battlefield, she gets treatment from the automated systems in his lab. Button-mashing alien tech? Not a good idea. Now she’s pregnant without a sniff of between the sheets action. What’s worse, there’s a bunch of fanatics loose in the palace trying to kill her and her baby… Duty or desire. He can’t have both... Laarn’s scars mark his rank as the best healer in the empire, but Jessica, the beautiful human female who holds his interest, won’t even look at them. He wants her, but his duty lies in saving his people. Until everything changes. A lost strand of DNA in the human code, hidden in Jess’s genetic material, could mean a cure. She’s the key to the lathar’s future, and his own. Between a pregnancy, mating marks, and a fanatic out to kill the woman he loves, can Laarn remain detached enough to do his duty… or will he give into emotion and save his heart? Keywords: alien mate romance, alien romance, space books for adults, sci fi, sci fi books, sci fi romance, sci fi adventure, sci fi series, space marine, alien warrior, alien baby book
The Apostle Paul embodied one more time after his lifetime in Jesus' period--as the great mystic and miracle-worker known as Saint Hilarion.
Author: Mark L. Prophet
Publisher: Summit University Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The Apostle Paul embodied one more time after his lifetime in Jesus' period as the great mystic and miracle-worker known as Saint Hilarion. Today the ascended master Hilarion guides and inspires scientists, healers, musicians and those dedicated to truth."
Becoming the Healer: The Miracle of Brain Injury is a book to be read by more than just those trying to understand the brain-injured person.
Author: Deborah L. Schlag
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Becoming the Healer: The Miracle of Brain Injury is a book to be read by more than just those trying to understand the brain-injured person. It can renew in you hope, faith, and the belief that miracles still happen today and can happen for you too. You will be inspired with great ideas, encouraging you to step out in faith, to let go of your fears, and to make the necessary changes to step into your own miracles. By opening your eyes and your heart, looking at things in a different perspective, asking, then really listening, the answers will come. Sometimes when the answers come, they don't show up the way we expected them to. This was the case with Deborah, who never imagined herself to be given the gift of healing. Now, having experienced a brain injury and the miracles of healing that have brought her full circle in that process, she shares to help you do the same.