healing touch


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healing touch

A form of biofield medicine, often compared to therapeutic touch, in which hands-on contact with the patient is combined with other spiritual links made between patient and practitioner. See: therapeutic touch
See also: touch
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The MTF program enables us to provide healing touch to community members who otherwise might never have the opportunity to experience massage.
Movement, healing touch, and communication exercises are also incorporated.
Three of his assistants at Ansar Healing Touch Clinic in Ernakulum are also visually impaired.
I have heard the gentle knocking and have felt the healing touch, I have seen the holy light He brings, the light I love so much.
The Healing Touch Professional Association estimates that more than 30,000 nurses in U.
As the founding President of non racial democratic South Africa, he provided a healing touch to a people bruised by decades of racial tyranny and violence by following the path of truth and reconciliation," he added.
The Healing Touch Home Study Course: Energy Therapy for Self-Care
He would confess his sins and repent to God and ask for a healing touch," Clark said.
Summary: Denis Vipret moves around the circle of 20 people waiting for his healing touch, touching their shoulders and pumping his right hand lightly to transfer its energy to each patient.
Sonia tried to give a healing touch to the riot- affected people.
It may go by names such as healing energy, reiki (6), therapeutic touch, healing touch, to name a few.
This healing touch of Pathak is its distinguishing feature.