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Love, Medicine & Miracles: Lessons Learned About Self-Healing From a Surgeon's Experience With Exceptional Patients

Siegel, Bernie S.

This book is about "exceptional patients" and the lessons surgeon Siegel has learned from them that have enabled him to transform both himself and his practice. He describes several exceptional patients and their general characteristics.

The main message of the book is that peace of mind can be achieved and that in achieving it "cancer may be healed, sight may be restored, and paralysis may disappear" (p. 112). The key lies in the patient's being able to take responsibility and participate in medical choices—whether they involve life—or death. He relates several anecdotes concerning spontaneous ESP, precognition, out-of-body, and near-death experiences that were related to him in the course of his practice. Some relaxation and visualization exercises are listed in an appendix.

Publisher Information:New York: Harper & Row, 1986. 243p. 16 illus; Reading List: 235-239
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