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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2005

    Exactly as described by publishers comments

    If you want to learn to use your hands to heal yourself and others this book is a fine introduction. Wonderful book by a wonderful author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 11, 2014

    For Healers Who Are Also Lightworhers This Book Is For You

    Hands That Heal is a book that centers around one woman ability to heal with her hands that are used as channels to heal her patients. The book is an autobiography of her healing work. It is for people whose hands warm up or heat up when someone is in need of healing. This ability is both a gift and a tool. Not many people have this ability,not many lightworkers(there are plenty who are gifted in many variety of areas) who do not ave this ability. You know who you are. This book is a must have guide for any healer who wants to go into business.
    Bodine talks about her previous career as a barber, her own mixed feelings about charging a fee,which is cleared up by meeting a famous healer. Bodine even give us stories about clients that she has come across about how she use her own intution a to determine how to heal them even in one healing session her spirit body left her physical body to heal a client who asked for her in prayer. Doreen Virtue spoke about this ability with a caller on her show on Hay House. Many healers don't even know they can do this, one of many mystic abilities lightworkers have. There are also stories by other clients negative attiude about her healing career. At the end, she provides us with tips,ideas, ethics, and postive aspirations and she give us an update about what she is doing now, which is not healing clients anymore but teaching other lightworkers on how to heal.

    I am glad that I finally got this book which I've been forgetting to get and now I have read it. I myself am a healer which my hands heat up too and I also met and friends with another healer whose hands also heat up and she is a nursing student. This heating up is literally divine energy. Divine energy is warm energy and it glows as you are spiritually connected with your higher self, spirit guides and angels, God, Goddess, Universe, etc. I work with angels in my healings. This is real and only higher beings from higher realms can help you and your clients. Shielding your work with white light or golden light can help if you have issues or doubts with doing this lightworker career. So healer lightworkers come out of shadows and get to work there are many people who need to heal. You're not taking over anything from Healthcare community, but working with them in a different way. If you're already in the healthcare career then it is time to expand your healing knowledge and abilities. Hands That Heal is one of the books for you. Happy Reading!

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    Posted April 23, 2011

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