Healthy Tips about Healing – Spiritual healing is the ability of your mind and soul to repair your ailments... [NOOK Book]


Table of Contents:
What Is Spiritual Healing?
History of Spiritual Healing
Altered Mental State Healing
The Charades 18 Conclusion

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Healthy Tips about Healing – Spiritual healing is the ability of your mind and soul to repair your ailments...

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Table of Contents:
What Is Spiritual Healing?
History of Spiritual Healing
Altered Mental State Healing
The Charades 18 Conclusion

Spiritual healing is the ability of your mind and soul to repair your ailments. These ailments are not limited mere physical wounds, but can also relate to mental illness and self esteem issues. Many modern day physicians invoke the idea of spiritual healing along with western medicine as a means to promote the health of their patients.

The belief that a healthy mind equals a healthy body is not new to anyone. However, the idea that a positive spiritual existence might heal the body is sometimes misunderstood.

But, those who carefully examine their own lives can probably see where their mental state inflicts harm on their physical health. An easy example is the “when it rains it pours” syndrome. Just when everything seems to be going poorly some people find that they wind up physically sick. It is hard to believe that the two are not in some way connected. The same can be said for working things in reverse. Start feeling positive and having a more balanced energy and physical illness can also dissipate.
Spiritual healing is often associated with religion and faith healing. There are many religions, including Christianity, that believe strongly in the power of prayer to heal illness. The belief in divine intervention has been widely documented. The laying of hands or other religious rituals are claimed to heal everything from cancer to blindness. This is not the same as spiritually healing your soul so that your body can be more healthy.

True spiritual healing requires work on ones self. It requires you to figure out how to get your body and energy into focused balance. There may be relation to the belief in a higher power along with meditation, but in this context it is not specifically about divine intervention.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013005532
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 8/18/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,139,765
  • File size: 662 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2013


    I like your book so far.

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    Yes it's out! Awesome story I love how you do different POV's

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    Posted February 27, 2013

    Chapter Eight

    Chloe's POV I paced anxiously back and forth by the creek. Shouldn't Lily be here by now? I was sure she would find Max. But the fire couldn't be stopping them. It was gone; I could tell because there was no more smoke coming from the trees. I was snapped out of my thoughts by the lapping of small waves at the shore of the creek. As my anxiety grew the waves became bigger and angrier. I stared at the water. A honey blonde girl whose hair was tangled and face was dirty with ashes and dirt gazed back. The waves started to fade and went back to gentle lapping. I bent by the creek and washed off my face. Standing up, I heard a voice behind me. "Don't you wonder where Lily and Max are? I hope they are okay." I turned around and saw Jack. I remembered he had been here the whole time. "Of course they'll be okay!" I replied. I heard footsteps and a different voice. "Hello?" "Lily!" I nearly screamed. I ran towards her voice and saw her dash out from behind a tree. We hugged. "I'm so glad you okay!" I whispered. "I'm glad you're okay too." She replied. I released her from the embrace. "Where's Max?" I asked. "Oh, he's over there." I looke over and saw him and Jack talking about something. Jacl's eyes were wide and Max kept touching his forehead. "Hey, Max!" I shouted. He turned around. "What?" "Um, I was going to ask you why you kept touching your forehead, but now I want to know why it's covered in blood." "I got hit by an branch and now I have a gash in my forehead." He said. "I'm gonna wash it off though." "Please do." My hands were shaking. I can't stand the sight of blood. A little bit was fine, but when someone's already dark hair was even darker with blood, I can't watch. Max quickly kneeled by the creek and ducked his head underwater. Lily hurried over and washed he face and her arm. I sat down and waited for them to finish.

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