The Crown of Thorns

Author:,

Publisher:MIRA

ISBN:1488098336

Total Pages:396

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Dive into the compelling mystical world of the Healer series by New York Times bestselling author Maria V. Snyder. Laying hands upon the injured and dying, Avry of Kazan absorbs their wounds and diseases into herself. But rather than being honored for her skills, she is hunted. Healers like Avry are accused of spreading the plague that has decimated the Fifteen Realms, leaving the survivors in a state of chaos. Stressed and tired from hiding, Avry is abducted by a band of rogues who, shockingly, value her gift above the golden bounty offered for her capture. Their leader, an enigmatic captor-protector with powers of his own, is unequivocal in his demands: Avry must heal a plague-stricken prince—leader of a campaign against her people. As they traverse the daunting Nine Mountains, beset by mercenaries and magical dangers, Avry must decide who is worth healing and what is worth dying for. Because the price of peace may well be her life… Originally published in 2010

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The Healer

Author:Sharon Sala

Publisher:Harlequin

ISBN:146030845X

Total Pages:400

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All his life, Jonah Gray Wolf has had an uncanny connection to animals and the power to heal the sick and wounded. Driven from the only home he's ever known by those who wish to harness his gift for profit, he becomes a drifter, working in out-of-the-way towns, never staying long. It's a lonely life, but Jonah knows he's still being hunted--he can't afford to get close to anyone who might learn his secret. In West Virginia he finds Luce, a tough but beautiful loner who knows all about keeping people at a distance--a kindred soul with whom he might dare to make a life. But the hunters have caught Jonah's scent again. Danger is coming to their mountain refuge--a confrontation that will be decided only by a force of nature.

Quantum-Touch

Author:Richard Gordon

Publisher:North Atlantic Books

ISBN:9781583943250

Total Pages:240

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Quantum-Touch is the touch-based healing technique that uses the chi of both practitioner and client, bringing them into harmony to allow the body to heal itself. Quantum-Touch differs from other healing techniques because it does not require long years of study and presents none of the common hurdles of understanding or application; anyone can learn to use it to become a healer, both of others and of self. In this new edition of his best-selling guide, Richard Gordon leads the reader step by step, clearly explaining how to use breathing and body-focusing techniques to raise one's energy levels. Once that is achieved, the healer can correct posture and alignment, reduce pain and inflammation, help balance emotional distress, and even heal pets. Above all, Quantum-Touch can be used in tandem with all other healing modalities, including Western medicine, and its efficacy has been attested to by physicians, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and other healing professionals.

Healing Touch

Author:Dorothea Hover-Kramer

Publisher:Sounds True

ISBN:1604076437

Total Pages:264

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“This is a superb book! Your hands can be powerful tools for healing. While our ancestors knew this well, we have forgotten. Healing Touch is a wonderful guide for re-embracing your natural healing abilities. It shows you how to use your hands to bolster the energies that are at the foundation of health.” —Donna Eden, coauthor of Energy Medicine and Energy Medicine for Women “Healing Touch is an essential piece of health education that we’ve always needed, and it includes skills we need today more than ever. Dr. Hover-Kramer is the perfect expert to teach these methods.” —Dr. David Gruder, integrative psychologist and author of The New IQ “In this book, Dorothea opens the door to many interested people who would like to learn to use their hands and hearts to facilitate healing in themselves or others. Healing Touch is enjoyable and comprehensive in its presentation, and it provides a wealth of material to guide the reader in some of the basic practices of Healing Touch.” —Cynthia Hutchison DNSc, RN, MSN, HTCP/I, Director, Healing Touch Program Healing Touch is one of the most accepted and widespread energy-healing modalities in the world. With more than a hundred hospitals in the US and Canada using energy medicine as part of their regular care, the number of people who have learned Healing Touch has surpassed 100,000, and several thousand have become certified practitioners. This practical guidebook is the first to give instruction in some of the foundational and easily learned methods in an introductory format. Presented by founding elder Dr. Dorothea Hover-Kramer, Healing Touch takes readers through 18 fundamental exercises for applying this scientifically validated energy medicine for yourself and others. Starting with the theory and research behind it, Dr. Hover-Kramer proceeds to “give us a taste of HT compassion in action,” through case studies and practices that address such key arenas as emergencies, family relationships, self-care, life transitions great and small, and perhaps most importantly, the alleviation of physical discomfort and anxiety. Learn the preliminary yet critical steps of Centering and Grounding, Magnetic Passes to restore balance to the human vibrational matrix, Laser and Ultrasound for acute pain relief, special interventions for trauma release, and much more.

Gentle Energy Touch

Author:Barbara E. Savin

Publisher:Conari Press

ISBN:1633410110

Total Pages:240

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Imagine being able to utilize the power of your mind for the purpose of healing with Universal Energy—just by asking. Gentle Energy Touch, a form of energy medicine pioneered by Barbara Savin, does just that by using intention to begin the healing process of an individual. In Gentle Energy Touch readers will learn some of Savin’s basic, handson techniques for assisting the body’s natural ability to heal itself. The beauty of the Gentle Energy Touch approach is that while it can produce results on its own, it also complements all medical treatments and modalities, often shortening treatment and speeding healing. It is particularly effective for pain management and has also been used successfully to treat depression and anxiety, skin problems, heart disease, even cancer, mitigating the nastiest side effects of conventional treatment and generally helping the body marshal its own resources for getting well. Gentle Energy Touch includes more than 50 photographs and simple explanations of the chakras and auras and how energy moves—and gets stuck—in the body, and then guides readers through an energy healing session including hands-on positions for different ailments and a closing and grounding at the end.

Touched

Author:Corrine Jackson

Publisher:Kensington Books

ISBN:0758280041

Total Pages:352

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Time may not heal all wounds--but she can. You'd think being able to heal people with a touch would be a blessing. But to 17-year-old Remy O'Malley, it's more like a curse. Every injury Remy heals becomes her own. She lives in fear of the day she's forced to mend a wound from which she can't recover--and she's desperate to keep her amazing ability a secret. Enter Asher Blackwell, a scarred eighteen-year-old with dangerous powers of his own. Asher seems to know more about Remy's abilities than she does--and maybe more than he's letting on. If she opens up to him, she might find out what it truly means to be a Healer. But she'll also expose herself to capture by an old and very determined enemy. And if they catch her, they won't just injure her. They'll kill her. Corrine Jackson is a San Francisco transplant, having lived on both coasts from Southern California to New York City. For the last seven years, she has sharpened her marketing talents at Alcone Marketing, where she has won several industry awards. She has bachelor's and master's degrees in English, and is in her third year of Spalding University's MFA program. A recipient of a West Chester Poetry Conference scholarship, she is also the former Editor-in-Chief of two literary magazines, including Statement (CSU, Los Angeles) and Dash (CSU, Fullerton).

The Healer's Touch

Author:Lori Copeland

Publisher:Harvest House Publishers

ISBN:0736956549

Total Pages:288

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Lori Copeland, beloved author of more than 100 books, brings a new adventure to life in her latest novel. Lyric Bolton doesn’t ask for much—just friendship and acceptance from her rural Missouri community. But her family is regarded with suspicion and fear because of her mother’s sickness—a sickness of the mind that grows worse by the day. Lyric is resigned to a life of isolation and doesn’t see any way out...but that’s before Ian Cawley bolts into her life on a runaway stallion. As she opens her heart to Ian, Lyric dares to imagine a different life. But what will happen when he discovers the secret she holds closest of all?

The Healer

Author:Donna Freitas

Publisher:HarperCollins

ISBN:0062662139

Total Pages:400

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A gorgeous and heartrending novel about love, family, and faith, perfect for fans of Laura Ruby, John Corey Whaley, and Jandy Nelson. Marlena Oliveira has—mysteriously, miraculously—been given the power to heal all kinds of ailments. People around the world believe she is a saint. But it all comes at a price. Because of her power, she’ll never be able to live a normal life. And the older she gets, the more trapped she feels. Then she meets Finn, a boy who makes her want to fall in love. For the first time, she begins to doubt her power—and herself. Is her gift worth all she must give up to keep it? And who would—or could—she be without it? “I couldn’t put it down—The Healer is a tonic.”—Gregory Maguire, New York Times bestselling author of Wicked and Hiddensee

The Royal Touch (Routledge Revivals)

Author:Marc Bloch

Publisher:Routledge

ISBN:1317517725

Total Pages:442

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First published in English in 1973, The Royal Touch explores the supernatural character that was long attributed to royal power. Throughout history, both France and England claimed to hold kings with healing powers who, by their touch, could cure people from all strands of society from illness and disease. Indeed, the idea of royalty as something miraculous and sacred was common to the whole of Western Europe. Using the work of both professional scholars and of doctors, this work stands as a contribution to the political history of Europe.

The Wishblend Daggers: The Society Verses the Healers Series

Author:Alison Laura Goodman

Publisher:Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN:1291323457

Total Pages:N.A

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The story continues where The Simple Wish ends. Simon Hill finds himself lost in a different solar system, but as he looks for clues to the location of Earth, he finds himself the focal point in a much bigger war than the one back on Earth. As he starts out making a living while he searches for the way home, he makes friends that become a family, but as the war heats up. Is it just his imagination or can he sense Janet’s hand in the background gently guiding him and his new family during the war.

Taste of Darkness

Author:Maria V. Snyder

Publisher:MIRA

ISBN:1488099707

Total Pages:462

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Dive into the compelling mystical world of the Healer series by New York Times bestselling author Maria V. Snyder. She’s fought death and won. But how can she fight her fears? Avry knows hardship and trouble. She fought the plague and survived. She took on King Tohon and defeated him. But now her heart-mate, Kerrick, is missing, and Avry fears he’s gone forever. But there’s a more immediate threat. The Skeleton King plots to claim the Fifteen Realms for his own. With armies in disarray and the dead not staying down, Avry’s healing powers are needed now more than ever. Torn between love and loyalty, Avry must choose her path carefully. For the future of her world depends on her decision… Originally published in 2014

Scent of Magic

Author:Maria V. Snyder

Publisher:MIRA

ISBN:1488099103

Total Pages:400

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Continue the mystical story of the Healer trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Maria V. Snyder. As the last Healer in the Fifteen Realms, Avry of Kazan is in a unique position: in the minds of friends and foes alike, she no longer exists. Despite her need to prevent the megalomaniacal King Tohon from winning control of the Realms, Avry is also determined to find her sister and repair their estrangement. And she must do it alone, as Kerrick, her partner and sole confidant, returns to Alga to summon his country into battle. Though she should be in hiding, Avry will do whatever she can to support Tohon’s opponents. Including infiltrating a holy army, evading magic sniffers, teaching forest skills to soldiers and figuring out how to stop Tohon’s most horrible creations yet: an army of the walking dead—human and animal alike and nearly impossible to defeat. War is coming and Avry is alone. Unless she figures out how to do the impossible…again. Originally published in 2013

Healer's Need

Author:Rhenna Morgan

Publisher:Carina Press

ISBN:1488097186

Total Pages:N.A

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When the hunter is your mate, being prey is anything but terrifying Coyote shifter Tate Allen has been watching. Learning his mate every possible way before he moves in. Protecting her through the night, always from afar. He’ll be the one to teach her about her gifts. He’ll be there when she changes for the first time. With him, she’ll fulfill her destiny. Elise Ralston loves Tate for the patience he’s shown. The faith he’s demonstrated—denying himself what he needs sexually, even as he teaches her about pleasure. For Tate, Elise is willing to try. To revel in touch, to give him control…and to embrace her healer’s need. But someone unknown is still stalking the clan, threatening more than Tate and Elise’s bond. And Elise is a prime target—precious for the magic she hasn’t even learned yet. This book is approximately 102,000 words

John of God

Author:Heather Cumming,Karen Leffler

Publisher:Simon and Schuster

ISBN:1416565418

Total Pages:224

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"I am the happiest man in the world because God entrusted me with this mission." In John of God: The Brazilian Healer Who's Touched the Lives of Millions, a seemingly average rancher from Abadiânia, Brazil, offers a powerful message of love, compassion, and hope for humanity. João Teixeira de Faria, the healer and medium known as John of God, allows "spirit doctors" to take over his body three times a week to miraculously treat the thousands of people from all over the world who come in need of remedy. John of God has fulfilled his mission as a medium for more than forty-eight years, making numerous pilgrimages around the world. Drawn by the hope of instantaneous healing, over eight million believers have proceeded in front of him throughout his life, as tens of thousands journey to Brazil each year to see John of God and his home, the Casa de Dom Inácio de Loyola, which is designed to accommodate hundreds of visitors each day. Despite all the media attention paid to this inter-nationally praised healer, little has been revealed about his personal life. Translator Heather Cumming and photographer Karen Leffler have traveled with John of God and chronicled his life and work. What began as an endeavor to document the testimonials of his remarkable healings has now become the first complete, authorized portrait of his world. Stirring words and vivid photographs -- many of which capture the haunting spiritual energy that surrounds John of God and the Casa -- take us on an affecting and deeply personal journey with the humble medium who offers hope for people with none. The result is an intimate portrait of an ordinary individual in extraordinary circumstances and a reading experience that will bring readers of every persuasion closer to their faith. To learn more about John of God and his mission, go to www.beyondword.com and www.friendsofthecasa.org.

The Natural Way For Dogs And Cats

Author:Midi Fairgrieve

Publisher:Random House

ISBN:1446446131

Total Pages:240

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As more and more people are choosing natural medicine for themselves, they are also seeking it for their pets. This book tells you everything you need to know about natural health care for dogs and cats, including: ·How to make a fresh, balanced natural diet for your pet ·How natural medicine works and why you should choose to use it ·Which treatments and remedies are available for animals ·Which conditions respond best to which treatments ·Using herbs , food supplements and natural remedies for specific ailments ·How to treat a variety of common complaints safely and effectively at home ·What to include in a natural first-aid kit ·Where to find a practitioner to treat your pet ·How to give your pet a healthier, happier, and longer life Filled with practical help, The Natural Way for Dogs and Cats details simple and effective cures for a variety of common complaints. From skin problems and arthritis, to behavioral problems and digestive disorders, this book will help you chose the most effective treatment or remedy for your pet. It describes in detail the major holistic treatments for animals, including acupuncture, herbs, aromatherapy, chiropractic, flower remedies, healing, homeopathy, and nutrition. If you’re looking for healthy alternatives to commercial pet foods, drugs or surgery, but do not know where to start, this inspirational book is for you – and your pet!

Space, Place, and Gendered Violence in South African Writing

Author:S. Gunne

Publisher:Springer

ISBN:1137442689

Total Pages:235

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Exploring the relationship between space, place, and gendered violence as depicted in a range of South African writing, Gunne examines the social and political conditions of exceptionality during and after apartheid. Writers covered include: Hilda Bernstein, J.M. Coetzee, Achmat Dangor, Ruth First, Nadine Gordimer, and Antjie Krog.

Health, Healing, and Beyond

Author:T. K. V. Desikachar,R. H. Cravens

Publisher:North Point Press

ISBN:1429995076

Total Pages:240

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The much-sought-after, greatly beloved exploration of the work of Krishnamacharya, teacher of many of twentieth-century yoga's greatest and most influential exponents, Health, Healing, and Beyond is filled with deep wisdom—an indispensable guide to the philosophy, principles, and limitless possibilities of yoga. First published in 1998, it is now available again to yogis, students, and teacher trainees everywhere.

A Healer’s Journey to Intuitive Knowing

Author:Dolores Krieger

Publisher:Simon and Schuster

ISBN:1591433940

Total Pages:256

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• Explores the energetic flow, intuitive knowing, and sustained state of grounded centeredness that occur for a healer during the process of healing • Reveals how healing transforms the healer and how that transformation may elicit more profound and radical healing results • Examines how the healer establishes communication between her own inner self and that of the person requesting healing Since the earliest times, healing has been regarded as one of our most esteemed spiritual practices. Yet no one has ever clearly defined the inner experience of the healer/therapist during the healing moment. In this, her final book, respected Therapeutic Touch cofounder Dolores Krieger explores the energetic flow, intuitive knowing, and grounded centeredness that occur for a healer during a healing session. She shows how, as healers access their inner energies of compassion and intention, they are often led through a personal spiritual transformation or a self-awakening. Although Krieger focuses on the experiences of healers engaged in Therapeutic Touch (TT), she shows how this model for healing interaction resonates with the experiences of those practicing other healing modalities. The author explains the fundamentals of the energy healing process and how the healer establishes communication between her own inner self and that of the person receiving healing--reminding the patient of his own self-healing ability. Sharing many case histories from TT therapists as well as results from scientific studies on Therapeutic Touch, the author reveals how intuition and experiential knowing are key to the healing process. She also examines the practice of compassion as power with compassion acting as the catalyst for an entire cascade of hormonal, chemical, and energetic responses in the healer, which she embodies and then offers to the person in need. Delving deeply into the inner shifts that occur for the healer during and after a treatment, Krieger reveals how healing transforms the healer and how that transformation may elicit more profound and radical healing results.

The Uncommon Touch

Author:Tom Harpur

Publisher:McClelland & Stewart

ISBN:1551994747

Total Pages:280

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Long ago – before there were doctors, pharmacists, and hospitals – religion and medicine were one, and physical and spiritual ailments were treated alike. Most world religions practised healing, including the early Christian Church, which followed Jesus Christ’s examples of miraculous healings of the lame and the blind. But, to its cost, the modern Church has largely forgotten its healing role, says Tom Harpur in The Uncommon Touch, a powerful and persuasive investigation of spiritual healing. Today in the West, medical science and bogus faith-healings have made the idea of spiritual healing almost laughable. Yet the ancient practice of the laying-on of hands is not only still performed, it is now gaining credibility, even among physicians and other sceptics, most notably in Britain. In The Uncommon Touch, Harpur investigates the religious roots of spiritual healing and looks at the remarkable work and ideas of modern healers. He also describes the many scientific studies that demonstrate clearly the healing and nurturing power of this astonishing phenomenon and verify that something more than the power of suggestion is at work. These include experiments showing increased growth in yeasts that have received the laying-on of hands and documentation of the effectiveness of Therapeutic Touch, a technique used by more than 30,000 nurses in North America. Using the spirit to help heal the body’s ills is an old idea – one whose time has come again.

The Healer's Manual

Author:Ted Andrews

Publisher:Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN:0738716669

Total Pages:264

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Noted healer and author Ted Andrews reveals how unbalanced or blocked emotions, attitudes, and thoughts deplete our natural physical energies and make us more susceptible to illness. The Healer's Manual shows specific techniques—involving color, sound, fragrance, herbs, and gemstones—to restore the natural flow of energy. Use the simple practices in this book to activate healing, alleviate aches and pains, and become the healthy person you're meant to be.