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Spiritual Dimensions of Healing

Krippner, Stanley, & Welch, Patrick

 Although this book is broadly about spiritual and other forms of healing, it is primarily about shamanic/shamanistic healers with the emphasis on Native American and other healers in North and Central America. The contents portrays succinctly what the book deals with: Healing the Spirit; Models of Healing; Shamans; Shamanic Healers; Shamanistic Healing, Priests and Religious Healers; Mediums and Spiritists, Sorcerers and Witches; Investigating Spiritual Healing; Anomalies in Spiritual Healing Research; Integrating Spiritual Healing into Counseling and Psychotherapy; and Integrating Spiritual Healing into Nursing and Medicine. Throughout a cross-cultural approach is taken and emphasis is placed on the worldviews of the healers and their relation to allopathic medicine. Many individual healers are quoted or their work described.
Publisher Information:New York: Irvington, 1992. 293p. Chap. bibl: 253-275; 23 illus; Name Index: 277-282; Subject Index: 283-293
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