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Self Healing
     

Self Healing

by Meir Schneider
 
Self-Healing is Meir Schneider's remarkable account of his life and work. Citing individual cases, Schneider shows that each person's response to self-healing is unique and that the power of self-healing is within everyone.

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Self-Healing is Meir Schneider's remarkable account of his life and work. Citing individual cases, Schneider shows that each person's response to self-healing is unique and that the power of self-healing is within everyone.

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Library Journal - Library Journal
The author, founder and director of the Center for Self-Healing in San Francisco, states that with determination, hard work, and deep inner knowledge, anyone can overcome ``incurable'' disease. A Russian-born Israeli, Schneider was blind until age 17, when a companion taught him the unorthodox Bates method of eye exercise, which restored his sight. He became a teacher and massage therapist in Tel Aviv, and emigrated to the United States in 1975. In this personal narrative, Schneider recounts his unusual life and work with victims of chronic degenerative diseases. A good addition to collections on alternative medicine. Recommended for public libraries. Judith Eannarino, George Washington Univ. Lib., Washington, D.C.

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ISBN-13:
9780710210845
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
06/01/1987
Pages:
224

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