Through the work of renowned healers such as Harry Edwards, "spiritualhealing" is increasingly recognized as recourse a wide variety of physical ailments. Individual healers often attract interest in the media, and a number of centers for sustained research and practice have been established in the UK, Germany, Romania, Denmark, and the US.
Bob Woodward has studied and practiced spiritual healing and has extensive experience in the therapeutic and medical approach pioneered by Rudolf Steiner. In this clear, revealing account, Woodward examines various forms of healing, the role of healers, and the indications that Steiner provided for a deeper understanding of the spiritual world and our relationship with it through this form of healing. This is a provocative and accessible guide to a much misunderstood approach to healing.
About the Author:
Bob Woodward has been active in the healing profession, living with and educating children with special educational needs for more than thirty years. He is a member of the Bristol District Association of Healers and also of the World Federation of Healing. He lives with his wife, three sons, and two daughters at the Sheiling School Camphill Community in Thornbury, near Bristol. He is also the author of Autism: A Holistic Approach (2000) and Spirit Healing (2004).
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