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noetic therapy(nō-ĕt′ĭk) [Gr. noetikos, intelligent]
Any therapy based on deeply held belief systems, prayer, or spirituality rather than on tangible or visible interventions, e.g., the use of drugs, radiation, or surgery.
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noetic therapyHealing procedures not mediated by any tangible element such as drugs, surgery or manipulation. They include music therapy, laying on of hands, the formation of images and prayer.
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