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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Healing touch can be a beneficial practice to incorporate into these touch times.
It was as if he had a healing touch that helped her recover and that also restored her hope.
JOSE MOURINHO is the most sought-after coach in Europe but Tranmere fans would not swap him for the physio who provided the healing touch to their season.
He also gave me a revelation of His true presence in the Eucharist as my wounded heart was opened to His healing touch when I stood before the Blessed Sacrament and shed tears that had been suppressed for years.
She introduces Jin Shin Jyotso physico-philosophy, Reiki, healing touch, hypnosis, the chakra system, Kundalini yoga, herbal self-care, aromatherapy, dream interpretation, holistic coaching, and four spiritual practices.
Another study underway at the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine combines healing touch with guided imagery.
Energy healing modalities are one of the NIH-NCCAM categories of complementary therapies, and studies of therapeutic touch, healing touch and Reiki have been funded by the Center.
Alongside supporting democracy, the Commonwealth now offers another healing touch - helping Commonwealth citizens secure their own economic future.
Their core beliefs in the physical and mental benefits of healing touch and achieving wellness through internal and external skin care are very much in line with Dr.
If Bachchan reconsiders his options, his visit to Australia will perhaps be a healing touch to the Indian students who need a sense of home feeling and moral support at the moment because they feel insecure and are depressed.
A holistic nurse and certified Healing Touch practitioner and instructor, David teaches HT in Sweden and Denmark, primarily for nurses and other allied health professionals.
Her workshops combine psychology, spirituality and healing touch.