Sacred Water: The Spiritual Source of Life

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Paulist Press, 2002 - Religion - 295 pages
Drawing from a variety of religious teachings, anthropological evidence, and myths and legends of the world's cultures and religions, the author shows the vital role water plays in all aspects of our spiritual lives, as an element of sustenance, cleansing, initiation, healing, gaining wisdom, and enchantment, inviting readers to reclaim their inner connection to the sacredness of water, and inspiring them to appreciate, honor, and protect the waters of the world.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Protecting the Waters
231
Resources
249
Notes
255
Bibliography
263
Index
275
Acknowledgments
289
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Nathaniel Altman traveled to Germany and Cuba and interviewed scientists from Russia, France, Italy, and the United States to obtain documented scientific evidence and clinical findings on the role of oxygen therapies as detoxifying agents and immunoregulators. He has authored more than 15 books, including "The Honey Prescription", "A Russian Herbal", "What You Can Do About Asthma", "Healing Springs", and "The Twelve Stages of Healing". He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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