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In thirty-seven original essays written for this book, some of the world's leaders in healing explore their personal and professional experiences in order to uncover the underlying principles on which all healing rests. Rather than focusing on diverse techniques, the writers seek the "golden thread" that ties together the wide range of approaches to healing.

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Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 1st 1989 by TarcherPerigee
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Brenda
Aug 10, 2009 Brenda rated it really liked it
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"I don't believe that one person heals another. I believe that what we do is invite the other person into a healing relationship." Rachel Naomi Remen


page 165
" Healing goes frar beyond the confinds of teh physical body... Disease and suffering arise from a mind that is unwhole, that is filled with confusion and despair. To be "Healed" means to restore oneself to a place in which the mind is at peace."
Lia
Feb 15, 2010 Lia rated it really liked it
Shelves: healing, health
A good collection of essays on healing, this book is divided into categories according to healing philosophy. I found it interesting to see which sections I identified with and which sections were sort of off-putting.

There has been one essay that really rocked my world, but there were quite a few that I enjoyed or that gave me a new perspective.
Bee
Apr 18, 2011 Bee rated it it was amazing
this wonderful collection of essays draws upon the golden thread that weaves through all modalities of healing: love, intention, attitude, relationship and wholeness. as a future healer, i found this book essential to my education and highly recommend it to anyone interested in healing and health!
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