Whole Person Self-Healing: A Science and Art

Whole Person Family Healing: How a Daughter Heals Her Mother

Author(s): Phillip Shinnick and Laurence Porter

Pp: 175-191 (17)

Doi: 10.2174/978168108259211701012

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Abstract

This is the case study of an elderly woman who underwent dangerous surgery that was not even needed because she felt too intimidated to question her doctor. This study shows that when we are tuned into our Self and our Nature, we can heal anyone who might be in a compromised state of health, including ourselves. We will also explore Wholeness, or the lack of it, and how it relates to disease.


Keywords: Afraid to upset the doctor, Anemic, Blood flow, Collateral damage, Creativity, Directions to the body, Education, Fragmentation, Greed, Healing, Healing work, Herbalist, Heroic medicine, Infection, Internal bleeding, Laparoscopic surgery, Life, Machine mechanization, Mental map, Negative entropy, Oath of Hippocrates, Organism, Palpation, Polyp, Power to heal, Quantum Physics, Reason, Relationship to the body, Responsibility, Societal injustice, Specialization in medicine, Teacher, Technology, Thought, Violence, Wholeness.

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