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Do You Believe in Healing Touch?

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Beliefnet published a great package on hands-on healing therapies yesterday. You might get re-energized by taking a peek.



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daria

posted August 3, 2006 at 6:31 pm


In a word, Yes, I do believe in healing touch. In fact, I can’t wait to send this article to a friend who is struggling through her recovery from a shoulder injury. Her Dr. is suggesting surgery, almost as a last resort, and she’s adamant about exploring other options first. Perhaps she’ll find this a step in that direction…>



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Kathy

posted August 3, 2006 at 7:16 pm


I’ve been reading the Quantum Touch book, and considering whether I should shell out $1500 for their 3 workshops. Here’s something I’ve been pondering: is it really necessary to spend big bucks learning to heal someone with touch? Sylvia Browne says this industry angers her b/c everyone can heal simply by laying their hands on a person and saying “Take it, God” or something like that. Even the healing touch spiritual ministry program has about 10 different workshops that are not free.>



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daria

posted August 3, 2006 at 8:36 pm


… is it really necessary to spend big bucks learning to heal someone with touch? Have you considered asking HT practitioners, say a few who have not paid for training and some who have? Better yet, why not just try it, without the formal training? You’re already a healer; perhaps you’re being called to this form of healing too.>



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Rick

posted August 5, 2006 at 3:09 pm


Yes, healing touch works. I was first introduced to healing touch at an introductury workshop. I arrived at the workshop. With a pounding headache. Shortly after, more like right away after the healing touch was performed on me the headache went away. I think it can work for larger issues too. But ther is actually more to it than what is apparent on the surface. I may have a resource that is very good and is also very reasonalble to learn healing touch. So, heal one another and yourelf. And the world will be a better place. With Peace and Love Rick>



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Suz

posted August 11, 2006 at 1:48 am


I believe there is healing in touch. Actually it is a gift of the spirit. It’s almost like electricity coming out of your hands. I found out I had this when I worked in a hospital. People were healed miraculously and would tell me there was something about my hands. I now can send healing energy which I believe is the Holy Spirit when I pray for healing for someone I’ve met. I prayed for a lady’s mother whom I worked with. Her mother actually came to work and thanked me for praying for her. I told no one I had prayed for her. She had a brain tumor and had a vision when she was healed. There have been many others who were healed. I never told anyone I prayed for them, but they came back to where I worked and shared with me that they were healed. So I know God answered my prayers. Sincerely, Suz>



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daria

posted August 11, 2006 at 6:20 pm


There’s a lively discussion on “faith healing” posted elsewhere on BeliefNet. Reading the 30+ comments was an interesting trip. “>http://www.beliefnet.com/boards/message_list.asp?boardID=28782&discussionID=525515>



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