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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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In addition, "the goal of Healing Touch is to restore harmony and balance in the energy system, placing the client in a position to self-heal" (Mentgen and Bulbrook, 2012, p.
The organization that certifies Healing Touch practitioners presents its first self-guided program for opening and balancing your energy centers, self-healing, and energetic self-development.
Here is one example from Day 20: "God, grant us today and every day, your mercy, love, and healing touch. Hear our prayers, revive our spirits, and continue the faith we have in you (prayer).
Word gets out that Paul has the healing touch and his practice picks up, as people are looking to cure their TMJ.
Trading her improv-based filmmaking style for a more traditional screenplay-grounded model, Lynn Shelton delivers an uneven mix of half-formed conflicts in "Touchy Feely." Set in her hometown of Seattle, this mystifying dramedy involves a masseuse who develops an unexplained repulsion toward human skin, a fuddy-duddy dentist spontaneously granted the healing touch, and a handful of others affected by a sudden energy shift in their lives.
Nature can give one a great healing touch if one can be in a position to love it and live with it harmoniously.
The Blaze.com wrote September 17 that, according to the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI), the California-based legal advocacy group that is representing the couple in the legal proceedings, the Roessigers have a small Christian outreach called In Him Healing Touch Ministries.
Manama, Mar 20 (BNA) -- The recommendations and the implementation are expected to deliver a healing touch. The people themselves have now to be convinced that the nation needs to be priority and their confidence needs to be highlighted in this.
None of your victims realised that yours was not a healing touch. None of them knew that in truth you had brought them death, death which was disguised as their care."
Filled with insightful, practical, and easy-to-understand information, this encyclopedia examines the history and modern uses of such alternative therapies as acupressure, healing touch, reiki, reflexology, the Tellington Method, therapeutic touch, and many others.
The US Navy has large hospitals at its bases in Norfolk, Virginia and Son Diego, each of which has a ward dedicated to healing touch. All patients are passed through those wards for healing work, with the result they recover faster and the drugs bill is reduced.
When a group of pilgrims descends on the town in hopes of benefitting from Daniel's "healing touch," some of the town's leaders realize that his reputation could restore the small town's former status as a tourist destination.