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Synonyms for touch

come into contact

handle

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affect

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consume

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move

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match

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ask

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get involved in

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touch down

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touch on or upon something

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touch someone up

touch something off: ignite

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touch something up: enhance

touch something up: improve

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to bring the hands or fingers, for example, into contact with so as to give or receive a physical sensation

to bring into or make contact with

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to be contiguous or next to

to call or direct attention to something

to evoke a usually strong mental or emotional response from

touch down: to come to rest on the ground

touch off: to release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

touch up: to improve by making minor changes or additions

an act of touching

a coming together so as to be touching

the faculty or ability to perceive tactile stimulation

a particular sensation conveyed by means of physical contact

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a situation allowing exchange of ideas or messages

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the event of something coming in contact with the body

a suggestion of some quality

a distinguishing style

a communicative interaction

a slight attack of illness

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the act of soliciting money (as a gift or loan)

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the feel of mechanical action

perceive via the tactile sense

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affect emotionally

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deal with

cause to be in brief contact with

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to extend as far as

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be equal to in quality or ability

tamper with

make a more or less disguised reference to

comprehend

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consume

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The purpose of the study is to discern differences in selected outcomes for patients undergoing bone marrow transplant (BMT) who receive massage, Therapeutic Touch, a placebo called a friendly visit, and routine care.
Some of that she was already doing at Therapeutic Touch, which remained open during the construction.
The therapeutic touch is mainly based on applying effleurage like rhythmical movements in the centripetal direction toward the heart, and along the anatomical projections of lymphatic vessel, as well as pump-like movements over the projections of lymph nodes.
Steve Hopkins, to offer therapeutic touch before Sunday morning services in a quiet room removed from the sanctuary.
If I could create something experiential, a professional development experience for them, it would be about them having a better understanding of their own boundaries around touch, their own experience of what is therapeutic touch, and that might help them.
Urban Zen's Integrative Therapist (UZIT) program, co-directed by yoga teachers Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee, brings optimal nutrition, yoga lessons, Therapeutic Touch treatments, and aromatherapy to Beth Israel's cancer patients
We have been using Sandy Fritz's book in this year's Therapeutic Touch paper at AUT University and have found it to be a very useful addition to class teaching.
In her book (see resources), Therapeutic Touch founder Delores Krieger describes it as follows: "The healer sensitively draws upon the universal energies that are the backdrop to all living events and within which both healer and healee [sic] are figures sharing a unitary nature."
Would you consider an article on "Therapeutic Touch" in a future issue?
There are many other systems worth trying that have helped countless people suffering with depression-clinical nutritional therapy or orthomolecular medicine, naturopathy, acupuncture, massage, laughter therapy, therapeutic touch. But in the end, it all comes down to self-awareness.
Reiki, healing touch, therapeutic touch, many types of physical movement, any type of massage/ body work, and a diversity of spiritual meditative practices offer approaches to invigorating our inner energies for well-being and healing.
The researchers suggest the use of anxiolytics and analgesics, but perhaps other therapies may also be helpful, such as music therapy, therapeutic touch, and guided imagery.
"Therapeutic touch" is very similar to voodoo, yet it is being practiced by more than 100,000 "practitioners" and is thriving in mainstream American hospitals.
Therapeutic touch (TT) is based on the theory that a practitioner's healing energies can affect the patient's health.
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