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The Forgotten Touch

Author : Nigel W. D. Mumford
ISBN : 1596270667
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The author's unusual spiritual journey transformed him from a Royal Marine Commando, trained to kill or be killed, to the director of the healing ministries of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center, where he now teaches people to heal and be healed. This long-awaited sequel to Hand to Hand: From Combat to Healing, Mumford's experience of healing in the trenches, offers vivid snapshots of God at work in the world. These true tales from the author's healing ministry and prayers gives the reader insight into the little-known world of modern miracles. Inspiring to Christians and non-Christians alike, these accessible stories challenge us to explore the depths of our faith. They will encourage healers in their ministry of prayer and those who are ill to seek physical and spiritual healing for themselves.

Fireflies

Author : Heather Gordon-Young
ISBN : 9780819232014
Genre : Religion
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Fireflies, is a literary memoir recounting the story of the writer’s quest to find light in the Church to ease the darkness she encounters in the world. It’s a book that Book Club readers will enjoy for the story itself, engaging the reader in the writer’s quest for answers from small town British Columbia, Canada and eventually to Zimbabwe. But it will also appeal to readers with a spiritual leaning. It is a book that poses deep questions about which people of faith wrestle—the existence of evil, the limits of helping another, what salvation requires. In the midst of the writer’s seemingly ordinary childhood, a darkness began to enter her brother, Jimmy. She saw evidence in his retreat from the games and exploits of his peers, in the anger that burned like a fire inside, consuming him, in his drinking that went well beyond youthful indulgence. As his younger sister, she was deeply worried but slow to understand the meaning of what she observed, and slower still to know how to act. Their parents, burdened by their own unhappiness, could neither acknowledge nor help what was happening to their boy. And the small-town of Prince George, British Columbia, in which they lived, was ill-suited to do anything but fear difference. Unable to watch his deterioration, she set about on a quest to find answers in the Church. Surely this was a spiritual suffering her brother was undergoing, but she found the Church to have few answers. Her journey to help her brother would take her all the way to Zimbabwe, where she learned about the destiny that was awaiting her. This is the story told by Fireflies, a 72,000-word memoir about love and loss, and the distinction between religion and spirituality.

Healing Touch

Author : Dorothea Hover-Kramer
ISBN : 9781604076431
Genre : Health & Fitness
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“This is a superb book! Your hands can be powerful tools for healing. While our ancestors knew this well, we have forgotten. Healing Touch is a wonderful guide for re-embracing your natural healing abilities. It shows you how to use your hands to bolster the energies that are at the foundation of health.” —Donna Eden, coauthor of Energy Medicine and Energy Medicine for Women “Healing Touch is an essential piece of health education that we’ve always needed, and it includes skills we need today more than ever. Dr. Hover-Kramer is the perfect expert to teach these methods.” —Dr. David Gruder, integrative psychologist and author of The New IQ “In this book, Dorothea opens the door to many interested people who would like to learn to use their hands and hearts to facilitate healing in themselves or others. Healing Touch is enjoyable and comprehensive in its presentation, and it provides a wealth of material to guide the reader in some of the basic practices of Healing Touch.” —Cynthia Hutchison DNSc, RN, MSN, HTCP/I, Director, Healing Touch Program Healing Touch is one of the most accepted and widespread energy-healing modalities in the world. With more than a hundred hospitals in the US and Canada using energy medicine as part of their regular care, the number of people who have learned Healing Touch has surpassed 100,000, and several thousand have become certified practitioners. This practical guidebook is the first to give instruction in some of the foundational and easily learned methods in an introductory format. Presented by founding elder Dr. Dorothea Hover-Kramer, Healing Touch takes readers through 18 fundamental exercises for applying this scientifically validated energy medicine for yourself and others. Starting with the theory and research behind it, Dr. Hover-Kramer proceeds to “give us a taste of HT compassion in action,” through case studies and practices that address such key arenas as emergencies, family relationships, self-care, life transitions great and small, and perhaps most importantly, the alleviation of physical discomfort and anxiety. Learn the preliminary yet critical steps of Centering and Grounding, Magnetic Passes to restore balance to the human vibrational matrix, Laser and Ultrasound for acute pain relief, special interventions for trauma release, and much more.

After The Trauma The Battle Begins

Author : Nigel W. Mumford
ISBN : 9781614680994
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is written for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) sufferers and for their loved ones. PTSD is a type of anxiety disorder. It can occur after you’ve seen or experienced a traumatic event that involved the threat of injury or death, yours or others. It includes but is not limited to such events as rape, military combat and war-related concerns, suicide, violent personal assault, robbery, muggings, kidnapping, being taken hostage, torture, incarceration as a prisoner of war or in a concentration camp, natural or manmade disasters, murder, riots, severe automobile accidents, being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, an airplane crash, a falling building, a bomb blast, random shootings, school bullying, abuse, sexual abuse, gang violence, and acts of terrorism, or unexpectedly witnessing a dead body or body parts. The Rev. Nigel Mumford, a former drill instructor in the Royal Marine Commandos, was born and educated in England. After witnessing the healing of his sister, Julie Sheldon, a dancer with the Royal Ballet, he dedicated his life to the healing ministry. He actively preaches and leads healing conferences throughout the United States, Canada, and the UK. His books include: The Forgotten Touch and Hand to Hand: From Combat to Healing. He lives with his wife Lynn in Greenwich, near Saratoga Springs, NY.

Hand To Hand

Author : Nigel Mumford
ISBN : 0898693489
Genre : Religion
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"My journey has transformed me from Royal Marine Commondo to Lay Minister of Healing. Twenty five years ago I was trained to kill or be killed; now it is my privilege to teach people to heal and be healed." Nigel Mumford summarizes his extraordinary experience.

A Healing Touch

Author : Richard Russo
ISBN : 9780892728176
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Richard Russo and five other Maine authors here prove that the close of life need not be filled with darkness, when hospice help is at hand. These writers recount intensely personal and profoundly moving end-of-life accounts that cover a wide spectrum of human experience. All six authors are donating their royalties to a Maine hospice; Down East will also donate 10 percent of proceeds to the same cause.

Dr Fulford S Touch Of Life

Author : Dr. Robert Fulford
ISBN : 9780671556013
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A doctor known for his achievements in spontaneous healing explains the function of vital energy in human health and offers advice on natural healing methods

Dying To Live

Author : Nigel W. D. Mumford
ISBN : 1633933180
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 2009 author Nigel Mumford was stricken with H1N1 Swine Flu. He was in a coma for three weeks, and in the ICU for three months as his organs shut down and his body hurtled towards death. During the evening of October 23, the doctors believed they had done all they could do for their dying, comatose patient. Then he died and went to Heaven. The author recounts his actual experiences of visiting Heaven several times while in a coma, and describes how his life has changed in amazing ways. This book looks into the mystery of faith and the power of prayer during a journey through the valley of the shadow of death. Mumford had five visions of Heaven while in the coma, and all are described in this powerful journey into death and back again. Dying to Live brings a message of hope in the face of certain medical death and disenchantment. Mumford's personal experiences of near death are eloquently captured by St. Paul, who said, "I know a man in Christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven. Whether it was in the body or out of the body I do not know--God knows."

Unwinding The Belly

Author : Allison Post
ISBN : 9781583944776
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Addressing a wide range of conditions, including digestive problems, anxiety, and depression, this handy guide helps readers reclaim basic health by using proven techniques to reconnect with their bodies. The authors show how to tap into the body/spirit's intuitive center and perform simple, quick exercises to heal. Twenty-seven line drawings and 11 photographs simplify the process, and gentle humor offers encouragement. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Forgotten Skills Of Backyard Herbal Healing And Family Health

Author : Caleb Warnock
ISBN : 9781462107742
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 90. 54 MB
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Keep your family health, without leaving home! This latest volume in Caleb Warnock’s popular Forgotten Skills series teaches you how to grow, harvest, and store your own herbs. Learn how to use them in natural remedies for safe, reliable healing, even when you can’t get to a doctor. Inside you’ll find Tips on how to use specific herbs to treat problems like infections, nausea, acne, and the common coldStep-by-step recipes for healing tinctures, medicinal teas, and homemade vinegarsIn-depth guides to common herbs, where to find them, when to pick them, what part of the plant to use, and how to prepare your compoundsInformation about how to avoid common and dangerous mistakes and how to become a responsible herb collector Let Caleb Warnock and master herbalist kirsten Skirvin help you take charge of your health care and enjoy the natural benefits of herbal medicine without spending a fortune on artificial pills and supplements. This invaluable book will keep your whole family healthy for years to come!

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