Evolutionary Healing

Jones & Bartlett Learning (2002)
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Abstract

Taking both a spiritual and philosophical approach, this book is a reflection of the author's quest to come to terms with the meaning of human suffering. The book integrates ancient and modern philisophies of life with modern scientific discovery. The author applies these philosophies with the process of healing and describes evolutionary healing as the evolution of one's consciousness through health and disease.

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