Love, medicine, & miracles: lessons learned about self-healing from a surgeon's experience with exceptional patients

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Harper & Row, Jun 8, 1988 - Medical - 243 pages
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A surgeon explains the vital role of the mind-body link in fighting illness and shows how emotional and spiritual growth promote healing. "Incredibly inspiring".--Los Angeles Times Book Review. 8-page color insert.

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User Review  - Harsha - Goodreads

Just started reading it but I can feel the sincerity and practical approach a surgeon can take to connect body to the spirit. Along with the book "Anything Can be Healed" of Martin Brofman, this book ... Read full review

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User Review  - Karl - Goodreads

Again, as with his other books, Bernie's sense of compassion and desire to empower people to be their own healers is very apparent. Bernie offers a gift of hope to those with serious illness as well ... Read full review

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Contents

MINDING THE BODY
9
EMBODYING THE MIND
125
Appendix
227
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