healing


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Synonyms for healing

tending to cure or restore to health

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LAST MARCH, during the final weeks of Lent, as the wind howled over the snow-strewn city streets, a group of close friends gathered in our living room to pray for healing.
In another interesting practice that was actually captured a few years back in a PBS documentary of a South American tribe, the healer enters an altered state of consciousness from which to do his healing work.
Finally, for those women who have been victims of the horror of childhood sexual abuse, this volume presents one way to begin the healing process.
Under the agreement, a coalition of 41 Catholic religious orders and dioceses would give a "cash and in-kind contribution" of $54 million to set up programs for healing and reconciliation.
I agree with the issues raised in Ugeux's presentation, and would like to explore their application and manifestation within the context of the understanding of health, ill health and healing in African Instituted Churches (AICs).
Published books on the physics of healing through vibration, years of knowledge with healing through color and crystal therapy.
NSAIDs can help control pain in the short term but should be used judiciously so as not to completely shut down this inflammation necessary in the early healing stages.
Facilities must be prepared to share their practices and their protocols with a focus on preventing wounds, healing wounds and treating infected wounds.
The Oxford English Dictionary (2003) defines healing as the restoring of health and well being, that is, being free from disease, or making sound and whole.
Barnes, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Boston University School of Medicine and director of the Boston Healing Landscape Project, which studies cultural and religious pluralism in medicine and healing.
The antebellum years witnessed the gradual usurpation of healing by a new corps of formally trained physicians who grounded their legitimacy in science, not nature.
Healing of skin and soft-tissue burn injuries has been a focus of increased interest in view of the popularity of these laser resurfacing techniques.
Otherwise, some families think these chronic wounds can heal overnight, although sometimes healing is a long process.
Biolight has developed a unique method, which reduces the time to healing for chronic wounds.
The Movement sponsors prayer groups, Bible study, faith-sharing groups, conferences, healing Masses, covenant communities, evangelization schools, and social action groups.