A Healer's Guide to Miracles: Integrating Miracle Principles with Hands-On Healing

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iUniverse, Jul 4, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages
A Healers Guide to Miracles has three parts: theory, practice, and mediations. The first part, theory, defines what a miracle is. Next, miracles are discussed in terms of the mental, emotional, and physical. The last chapter of part one looks deeply into the role that forgiveness plays in healing. In part two, practice, there is a format similar to part one. First, the physical environment of the healer is discussed. The next chapter deals with the practical aspects of healing the mind. A chapter is devoted to the topic of love in healing. This chapter goes deeply into the roles of compassion, empathy, and faith in healing. Finally, there is a chapter titled Healing Yourself Divine Mind Healing. This is a meditation that integrates the deepest principles of A Course in Miracles with the healing of specific symptoms. Part three is titled Mediations The Experience of Miracles. This part contains four mediations. Each of these helps bring about the miracleminded state that is necessary in order to heal and be healed.

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John Stern is a healer, teacher, psychic, and chiropractor residing in Austin, Texas. His practice is holistic with an emphasis on helping clients uncover the hidden thoughts and beliefs underlying their symptoms. Dr. Stern also teaches nutrition, meditation, and yoga to children.

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