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Deep Wounds Deep Healing

Author : Charles H. Kraft
ISBN : 9781459606708
Genre : Religion
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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.

Deep Wounds Deep Healing

Author : Charles H. Kraft
ISBN : 0830747133
Genre : Religion
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A poor self-image. Chronic depression. A bitter divorce. The trauma of sexual abuse. Why do some wounds fester and refuse to heal, even after we seek help from those who specialize in treating deep emotional pain? Dr. Charles Kraft believes that in order to experience real and lasting freedom from a painful past, we must understand the powerful link between spiritual warfare and inner healing. It is only when we recognize and reject the enemy’s influence on our most hurtful memories that we can receive complete restoration in mind, heart and spirit. Deep Wounds, Deep Healing is a complete guide to deep-level healing. Whether readers are seeking restoration for themselves or for those under their care, this book will enable them to recognize the spiritual roots of emotional wounds and to invite God’s presence into those darkest of places. His power is the hope of freedom and inner healing.

A Woman At The Well

Author : Kate Handevidt
ISBN : 9780595288946
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Giving up is not in Kate's vocabulary, quitting is not an option even when the injustices of abusive people appear to have control of her life.A Woman at the Well is a story of never quite 'fitting in' and the struggle to get free from the long term effects of child abuse.The healing journey is similar to a game of snakes and ladders, sometimes we take giant steps up the ladder and sometimes we take massive slides down the snakes belly leaving us feeling like we can never win. We search for truth only to find more lies and discover that sometimes the truth is more treacherous than the lies.The lies we believe about ourselves continues to keep us locked into the pain we experience now as adults in personal relationships, yet it is only the Truth that can set us free. This book is where the 'rubber meets the road' for survivors and counselors.Warning! This book will be offensive to controlling, manipulative religious folk.

Forgiving Others

Author : Louis Husser
ISBN : 1640881573
Genre : Religion
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The answers to overcoming our hurts are not always within our own selves. Recovering from hurts and offenses is no secret. It is a system. It is an intentional journey. We've all been hurt, some of us have been hurt very deeply. The journey of healing is a step by step process; one step at a time and one day at a time. Within the pages of this book, I will dispel myths that have kept us from healing. It will be difficult to unlearn some things, but I challenge you to keep an open mind. Invite your friends to commit to travel this journey with you; we travel better in groups. We are "better together"! The last chapters are built on the foundation of the beginning chapters. Don't take shortcuts on your journey of healing and forgiving others.

The Deepest Wound

Author : Linda Crockett
ISBN : 1475904738
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Accompaniment means to walk with those who suffer. I learned how to accompany refugees in war zones in El Salvador, offering protection against military attack with my physical presence. I learned how to be accompanied when my work in Central America became the catalyst for my own healing from years of emotional, sexual and physical abuse, primarily at the hands of my mother." Linda Crockett Combining the personal narrative of a survivor of incest with stories from El Salvador’s bloody civil war in the 1980s, The Deepest Wound demonstrates that victims of sadistic childhood abuse share common ground with survivors of political torture. It explores the social conditions that foster private and public war zones, and the cultural dynamics that impede healing from individual and collective trauma. Offering the concept of "accompaniment" as a new paradigm for healing, Crockett challenges readers to consider complex issues such as touch within the therapeutic alliance, the delicate and dangerous dance of relationship between survivors and supporters, and the difficulty inherent in accepting even basic medical treatment. Teaching those who accompany her lessons absorbed from Salvadoran peasants about healing from trauma, Crockett offers new hope for survivors and for those who walk with them.

Heal Your Inner Wounds

Author : Abby Wynne
ISBN : 9780738757186
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Free your Body, Mind, and Soul from Emotional Trauma and Pain You've become an expert at surviving the ups and downs of life, but now is the time to start feeling worthy of the good life you dream about. This inspiring book features unique methods of visualization and shamanic psychotherapy for deep, transformational healing in a step-by-step format that anyone can use. Heal Your Inner Wounds guides you through each stage of life—from childhood to adulthood—and shows you how to work through and release the pain and resentment that may be lingering. Whether it's caused by relationship trouble, family problems, or self-esteem issues, Abby Wynne teaches you how to let go of negativity from the past so you can have an amazing future.

Healing The Heart Of Emotional Wounds

Author : C. P. Varkey
ISBN : 8171093019
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Sexual Abuse Sacred Wound

Author : Stephanie Mines
ISBN : 1886449112
Genre : Medical
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This book provides understanding and practical guidance for those traumatized by sexual abuse, their families, friends and therapists. Stephanie Mines' approach can be applied with or without a therapist and involves healing through the therapeutic use of art-making in all its forms. A key to healing is treating trauma as a "sacred wound" on the model of the shaman's initiatic wounding. Stories of men and women healed through expressive therapies, sexual abuse in the name of spirituality, sexual abuse and the family, support resources including extensive lists of organizations and publications, and examples of patients' expressive work.

Healing Our Deepest Wounds

Author : Stanislav Grof
ISBN : 0982607725
Genre : Holotropic Breathwork (Trademark)
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Dr. Grof's consciousness research over the last five decades has shown that the deepest roots of trauma often lie in experiences from birth or in events from human history that have not yet been resolved and are still active in the collective unconscious. This unresolved personal or collective history then expresses through an individual or group that has some connection to the earlier events. Traditional therapeutic approaches which focus only on events in the personal biography or tranquilizing medications do not access or heal these deeper wounds in the human psyche. From a more general perspective, Dr. Grof examines the broad problems of violence and greed in society and finds that the widespread fear and aggression between individuals and groups may also originate in large part from the unconscious acting-out of unresolved historical traumas from the collective unconscious. The message of Dr. Grof and this book is, however, a hopeful one: there are approaches to therapy which utilize a specific non-ordinary state of consciousness which enables individuals, with support, to access and heal these deeper levels of trauma from the personal and collective unconscious. He has named this state of consciousness Holotropic, a composite word which means “oriented toward wholeness” or “moving in the direction of wholeness” (from the Greek holos = whole and trepo, trepein = moving toward or in the direction of something). Dr. Grof describes various approaches to achieving this Holotropic state and using it for healing, with his focus on Holotropic Breathwork, which he developed with his partner Christina, and psychedelic therapy, which he pioneered in the 1950s and which is now experiencing a renaissance of clinical research for treatment of addictions and PTSD.

Wounds That Heal

Author : Stephen Seamands
ISBN : 9780830895977
Genre : Religion
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"By his wounds we are healed"--Isaiah 53:5. We are wounded people. In this fallen world, people are hurt and exploited. Children are abused. Marriages are broken. Tragedies of all kinds afflict us and the ones we love. Woundedness, it seems, is simply a fact of life. But we are not alone in our suffering. Despite our emotional, psychological and physical injuries, God has not abandoned us. God is not distant or aloof. On the contrary, through the ministry of Jesus, God enters our painful situations to bring healing and redemption. Balancing sound biblical exposition with sensitive pastoral care, Stephen Seamands examines the profound implications of Jesus' crucifixion for our healing and restoration. Because Jesus experienced abuse, shame and rejection, he understands the hurts we experience today. And his response to pain and suffering gives us hope that we too can experience forgiveness and new life. Filled with real-life stories of people s brokenness and healing, Wounds That Heal offers comfort for our wounded souls. Ultimately, we take heart that God not only understands our pain but has done something about it. Encounter here the promise that the wounds of Jesus are wounds that heal.

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