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The Healer S Manual

Author : Ted Andrews
ISBN : 9780738716664
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Noted healer and author Ted Andrews reveals how unbalanced or blocked emotions, attitudes, and thoughts deplete our natural physical energies and make us more susceptible to illness. The Healer's Manual shows specific techniques—involving color, sound, fragrance, herbs, and gemstones—to restore the natural flow of energy. Use the simple practices in this book to activate healing, alleviate aches and pains, and become the healthy person you're meant to be.

Essential Reiki Teaching Manual

Author : Diane Stein
ISBN : 9780307783806
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Reiki master and best-selling author Diane Stein has been a dedicated hands-on healer since 1988. Stein believes strongly that this powerful healing art, once a closely guarded secret tradition, should be accessible and available to all. Since she began teaching in 1990, Stein has initiated thousands of students in all three levels of Reiki healing. Through these efforts she developed a comprehensive teaching method that encompasses the fundamentals of this ancient system. The ESSENTIAL REIKI TEACHING MANUAL equips the Reiki initiate with the practical tools needed for launching a Reiki healing practice, leading a Reiki workshop, and becoming a more effective Reiki practitioner. This hands-on instructional guide together with the digitally re-mastered DIANE STEIN'S ESSENTIAL REIKI WORKSHOP DVD is the next best thing to a personal teaching session with Diane Stein herself.

Handbook For Healers

Author : Frankie Z Avery;The OMA Group
ISBN : 9781622337477
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You never achieve wellness by fighting an illness. You don’t fight cancer or diabetes. You don’t fight these diseases. You surrender to wellness. The entire purpose of a healer is to create an environment where the cells of the body can remember their perfection. White food is the beginning of every disease ever known to the human race… Guidance to: “Heal thyself” Survive and thrive Know who can heal Know when not to heal Improve energy exchange Maintain or regain balance

Hindu Aaiyyanist Healers Training Manual

Author : Aaiyyan Foundation
ISBN : 198030548X
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Hindu Aaiyyanism is about empowering the individual. You do not need to rely on someone else to heal you or your family and friends. You do not need anyone to banish Asuras (demons) or deflect curses (negative energy directed from a Mantrika). You do not need anyone to find love or have someone direct the power of love energy to wash over you in order to harmonise your life. You can do this yourself and we will show you how. In fact we will teach you and guide throughout the process.We can teach you how to be a Hindu Aaiyyanist Healer (with the ability to heal various parts of the body and spirit) or a Siddhi (someone who has mastered general Hindu Magic, such as removing curses or creating bespoke spells).Aaiyyanism is a vocational practise. That is, the more healings and Siddic sessions you perform, the stronger your Aaiyyanist power will become. Some in the Bhakti movement believe that chanting God's name can bring you 'closer'. Aaiyyanism can be thought of as a form of a very ancient form of Nishkama-Karma/Raja Yoga and (to put it simply) Aaiyyanists believe that by inscribing the healing texts onto a client to heal them or to aid humanity via Siddhic practise also brings one 'closer'.If you register to be an Aaiyyanist we can monitor your progress. Hindu Aaiyyanism is a vocational system, in that the more healings or Siddhic sittings you perform - the higher your progress.

Survival In The 21st Century

Author : Viktoras H. Kulvinskas
ISBN : 1570672474
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Alan Sharp has been a senior manager in the eletronics and chemical industries. He is now a management consultant based in the UK and a director of Coverdale Scanas, a Danish consultancy firm. He has trained many top executives in business and governmental agencies in building effective teams.


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ISBN : LCCN:42027020
Genre : Magnetic healing
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Distant Healing Manual

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ISBN : 9780968632383
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Maya Bonesetters

Author : Servando Z. Hinojosa
ISBN : 9781477320310
Genre : Social Science
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Scholarship on Maya healing traditions has focused primarily on the roles of midwives, shamans, herbalists, and diviners. Bonesetters, on the other hand, have been largely excluded from conversations about traditional health practitioners and community health resources. Maya Bonesetters is the first book-length study of bonesetting in Guatemala and situates the manual healing tradition within the current cultural context—one in which a changing medical landscape potentially threatens bonesetters’ work yet presents an opportunity to strengthen its relevance. Drawing on extensive field research in highland Guatemala, Servando Z. Hinojosa introduces readers to a seldom documented, though nonetheless widespread, variety of healer. This book examines the work of Kaqchikel and Tz’utujiil Maya bonesetters, analyzes how they diagnose and treat injuries, and contrasts the empirical and sacred approaches of various healers. Hinojosa shows how bonesetters are carefully adapting certain biomedical technologies to meet local expectations for care and concludes that, despite pressures and criticisms from the biomedical community, bonesetting remains culturally meaningful and vital to Maya people, even if its future remains uncertain.

Colour Healing Manual

Author : Pauline Wills
ISBN : 9780857011312
Genre : Medical
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The healing properties of colour and light have been recognised since ancient times; today colour therapy techniques are used to great effect in a range of complementary therapies and for personal wellbeing. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to colour healing and offers step-by-step instructions for treatment. The opening chapters provide an overview of the science behind light and colour, and a brief history of colour healing from Ancient Greece to modern day. The characteristics of different colours are then given, as well as an explanation of how each colour relates to particular body parts and the major and minor chakras. The core of the book offers a complete treatment programme, teaching diagnostic techniques and a variety of approaches including healing with prana energy, healing with touch, healing with a colour therapy instrument, and absent healing. With useful illustrations and diagrams throughout, this book will be an essential guide for colour therapists, colourpuncture practitioners, kinesiologists, reflexologists and energy healers, as well as anyone with an interest in the restorative power of colour.

Healing By Hand

Author : Kathryn S. Oths
ISBN : 9780759115286
Genre : Social Science
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Healing by Hand presents the first cross-cultural perspective on manual medicine studies—the practice of body therapists that is routinely overlooked by medical practitioners and social scientists. The authors describe how manual medicine is one of the primary providers of 'traditional' medicine. It takes numerous forms across the world's communities, and represents beliefs and practices about healing, physical and psychological states, and the relation between culture and health. This volume is a valuable resource for manual practitioners of western medicine, including massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and osteopaths, as well as those with traditional training. It is especially recommended for courses such as medical anthropology, health and human culture, technology and the developing world, sociology of health, international health, and health care systems.

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