Cura Personalis: A Course in Medical Miracles: Embracing Our Whole Identity in Becoming Fully Effective Healers

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FriesenPress, Feb 18, 2013
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The physician-patient bond is a significant relationship, intended to effect healing in our patient -- but is it the patient alone who benefits? We are all patients at some point. As a patient, how well do we know our self, how clearly do we communicate what troubles us to our doctor, to others? Even when we are feeling healthy, we remain aware of some aspects of our lives that need healing. For many of us, it is our relationships that need healing. This book is an essential exploration into the challenges inherent in the physician-patient dynamic and extends the findings to other important encounters. The reason it is appropriate for everyone, physician or not, is because the principles adhered to in its writing are universal in reach and eternally relevant. Its sole purpose is to promote healing in our world, individually and collectively. Whatever our vocation we are each called to be an essential effective healer in some way that is natural to us, our gift to the world. Here we are reminded that when we promote conditions for healing in our relationships we manifest miracles naturally.
 

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Contents

Acceptance as Healing
1
I Understanding the Title of This Book
3
II The Art of Medicine
15
III The Healing Power of Acceptance
29
PART TWO The Healers Journey
57
IV Psychosocial milestones
59
V Personality
101
VI The Wounded Healer
121
PART THREE The Healed Healers Practice
167
VII The Healed Healer
169
VIII Knowledge and Reason
227
IX The HealerClient dynamic Laying the foundation The workplace
263
Afterword
301
References
303
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