The Healing Presence

Leanne Payne explains the basis of her counseling ministry--Christ's indwelling presence that brings the power of the incarnation into wounded lives.

The Healing Presence

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 080105348X

Page: 288

View: 788

Leanne Payne explains the basis of her counseling ministry--Christ's indwelling presence that brings the power of the incarnation into wounded lives.

Healing Presence

It includes firsthand reflections and observations by holistic healing leaders that expands on traditional viewpoints of the healer's presence in facilitating health and wholeness.

Healing Presence

Author: JoEllen Goertz Koerner

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826107540

Page: 321

View: 470

This revised, updated, and refocused edition presents the latest perspectives on the nature and character of the art of healing in nursing. It offers readers a blueprint for how to artistically weave authentic presence into daily clinical nursing practice patterns. It includes firsthand reflections and observations by holistic healing leaders that expands on traditional viewpoints of the healer's presence in facilitating health and wholeness. It is an in ideal resource for nurse educators, students, and practitioners. Key Features: Examines the Nursing Triad of Compassionate Caring Presents a contemporary view of nursing's "Ways of Knowing" Integrates nursing with cutting-edge integrative medicine Provides a Web-based Values Assessment Tool that is co-created with the American Association of Critical Care Nursing and Home Healthcare Nurses Association

Healing Presence

Throughout this book, JoEllen Koerner explores ways--scientific, creative, and spiritual--of understanding the power and impact of this "healing presence" on both the caregiver and those receiving care.

Healing Presence

Author: JoEllen Goertz Koerner, RN, PhD, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826115764

Page: 248

View: 428

An invitation for all nurses to re-engage with the passion and commitment that originally inspired them! "...represents an act of passion for the profession, a window to a personal journey, and an invitation to view the nursing profession's contribution to healing in a Jungian context....The work's value comes from its integration of scientific, creative, and spiritual philosophies as a core context for the complex nurse-patient interaction involved in the promotion of a healing environment....Recommended."--Choice Nursing is at a crossroads, facing shortages of unparalleled proportion at a time when society is experiencing health care challenges of great magnitude. At the center of professional nursing lies the authentic presence of the nurse, the intention and commitment that brings nurses to the profession in the first place. When there is congruence between who nurses are and what they do, nurses bring their souls to work. This balance is experienced as a healing presence that encourages the patient's self-healing capacity. Throughout this book, JoEllen Koerner explores ways--scientific, creative, and spiritual--of understanding the power and impact of this "healing presence" on both the caregiver and those receiving care. Wisdom from the field is presented in a series of reflections from multiple areas of practice. For all nurses and nursing students, the book offers practical application strategies for integrating the nursing process with the nurse's presence and a framework for personal and professional development.

The Art of Being a Healing Presence

Jim Miller teamed with hospice chaplain Susan Cutshall to create a book about how to be with others in a way that's compassionate, nurturing, healing, and potentially even transforming.

The Art of Being a Healing Presence

Author: James E. Miller

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781885933324

Page: 77

View: 101

Jim Miller teamed with hospice chaplain Susan Cutshall to create a book about how to be with others in a way that's compassionate, nurturing, healing, and potentially even transforming. The foundational ideas are laid out in 15 short chapters: "There's only one place to begin-with yourself." "Healing presence is most effective when it's least active." Whole pages of engaging quotations and artistic drawings are interwoven with insightful observations and practical suggestions. Ideal for both professional and lay caregivers

Healing Presence

With elegant simplicity, Rev. Dr. Seibert presents glimpses of life at the intersection of medicine and religion.

Healing Presence

Author: Joanna J. Seibert

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780978564858

Page: 208

View: 882

With elegant simplicity, Rev. Dr. Seibert presents glimpses of life at the intersection of medicine and religion. In a collection of true stories, she describes common events and truthfully presents the doubts and difficulties of both herself as a physician/deacon and those she visits and treats. (Christian)

The Healing Presence

sacred art, which is not limited to iconology, there is an invitation into a deeper
healing by entering light, space, and form. Finding the sacred is a process, and
collaboration between imagery and viewer. By allowing art to open the psyche, ...

The Healing Presence

Author: A. J. Meek

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 0865340323

Page: 100

View: 496

Do images heal? Yes they do. That is the thesis of renowned photographer A. J. Meek with these photographs of the clouds paired with children’s perceptions of hope. “The feeling of freedom is exhilarating,” Meek says in his photographer’s comments for the work contained within. “The total package of sky and children’s perception is designed to evoke a positive healing attitude within the viewer. When studied and meditated upon, the audience cannot maintain a negative thought.” Heavily influenced by Native American culture, these pictures, which were made in New Mexico and Louisiana, promote a feeling of well-being and inspiration. To be in the world but not of it is certainly the road less traveled and the most challenging for there are no earthly rewards for this choice¾only peace.

Healing Presence

Here is a book that takes seriously the response of Jesus to those who cry out to him in faith for his healing presence and who look for that on going presence in his community that is called the church.

Healing Presence

Author: Peter Varengo

Publisher: Wipf and Stock

ISBN: 9781498231404

Page: 258

View: 451

The Gospel of Mark is generally accepted as the earliest of the four accounts of the life and ministry of Jesus. Central to Mark's portrait of Jesus is an emphasis on his healing presence among the people of God - a sign of the living and active presence of God, offering not only physical healing but completeness and restoration of spirit in the midst of brokenness and pain. For Mark, this is the God revealed by Jesus in his public ministry: a God driven by an obsessive persistence to reach out to people in healing, sustenance and companionship. One of the ways we learn from the long teaching tradition of our church is by listening and sharing the Scriptures, broken for us each Sunday at Mass, offered to us by faithful preaching of the Word of God or by thoughtful reflection in classroom and other settings. The task of preachers, teachers and commentators is somehow to bring the selected readings to life so that they connect with our lives as we gather to worship, to listen, to be strengthened and encouraged in our life of faith week by week. This new series of reflections on the Sunday Gospels in the year of Mark are not concerned primarily to be a commentary on the text but on the message of the text; their purpose is not so much to inform as to inspire. The reflections by a master craftsman are written to unpack the Gospel - not simply Mark's special theological emphases but his teaching about how we are to live with one another in the stuff of the everyday. Integral to the book is the author's assumption that life and faith belong together; that God, the source of life and wholeness in our lives, is lavish with gifts to us, patient and energising for completion and healing, for life in its fullness. Here is a book that takes seriously the response of Jesus to those who cry out to him in faith for his healing presence and who look for that on going presence in his community that is called the church. The book is for priests and preachers, parents and teachers, and for all of us who seek the transformation and fullness of life that God offers us in the breaking of the Word and who have the courage and the wisdom to accept the challenges of the Word and incarnate its message in our daily lives. Peter Varengo is a Salesian priest presently engaged in full time Adult Retreat Ministry. He studied Theology at the Salesian University in Rome; and Religious Education in Maynooth (Ireland) and in Boston College (USA). He has taught at Catholic Theological College in Melbourne and been involved in parish ministry for many years.

Becoming a Healing Presence

Drawing on the teachings of the Fathers and saints of the Church, Dr. Rossi gently points the way toward deepening our love for God and for each other so that others may experience Christ through us.

Becoming a Healing Presence

Author: Albert S. Rossi

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781936270163

Page: 160

View: 652

In order to become a healing presence for others, we must first be healed ourselves--through an active relationship with the great Healer, Christ. Drawing on the teachings of the Fathers and saints of the Church, Dr. Rossi gently points the way toward deepening our love for God and for each other so that others may experience Christ through us.

The Healing Presence of Art

Distinguished art historian Richard Cork became fascinated by the extraordinary richness of art produced in hospitals, encompassing work by many of the great masters - Piero della Francesca, Rogier van der Weyden, El Greco, William Hogarth, ...

The Healing Presence of Art

Author: Richard Cork

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780300170368

Page: 460

View: 673

Fascinated by the astonishingly rich history of art in hospitals, the well-known critic and art historian Richard Cork has written a brilliant account of the subject. These works, which include masterpieces of Western art, have been produced from Renaissance Florence and Siena to the 20th century. Piero della Francesca made a painting for a hospital in Sansepolcro, as did Hans Memling in Bruges, Matthias Grünewald in Isenheim, El Greco in Toledo, Rembrandt in Amsterdam, William Hogarth in London, Vincent van Gogh in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, and Marc Chagall in Jerusalem. The book's sumptuous images offer a rich range of subjects, from Francisco Goya's dramatic confrontations with suffering to Giovanni Battista Tiepolo's sublime, airborne celebrations of resurrection and heavenly ecstasy. Some, like Leonardo da Vinci's incisive drawings, are based on uncompromising firsthand study of hospital patients. Others explore a redemptive world where Christ is born, orphans are rescued, and plague victims are given shelter. In this wide-ranging survey, Cork investigates how such artworks have been used to humanize hospitals, to alleviate their clinical bleakness, and to offer genuine, lasting pleasure to patients, staff, and visitors.

The Master s Healing Presence Bible

Providing readers with a firm foundation of biblical truth regarding the five integral aspects of a relationship with God--Holy Spirit, Healing, Prayer, Presence of God, and Faith--this large print Bible is filled with verses and passages ...

The Master s Healing Presence Bible

Author:

Publisher: Nelson Bibles

ISBN: 9780785256823

Page: 1536

View: 128

Providing readers with a firm foundation of biblical truth regarding the five integral aspects of a relationship with God--Holy Spirit, Healing, Prayer, Presence of God, and Faith--this large print Bible is filled with verses and passages related to these five key themes, highlighted by the easy-to-navigate color-coded system. Hardcover.

The Healing Power of Love

There is only one healing power. It is called by many names, such as God, Infinite
Healing Presence, Nature, Divine Love, Divine Providence, the Miraculous
Healing Power, Life, Life Principle, as well as many others. This knowledge goes
 ...

The Healing Power of Love

Author: Dr. Joseph Murphy

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146532903X

Page: 233

View: 706

BOOKS BY DR. JOSEPH MURPHY The Amazing Laws of Cosmic Mind Power The Cosmic Energizer: Miracle Power of the Universe The Cosmic Power Within You Great Bible Truths for Human Problems The Healing Power of Love How to Attract Money How to Pray with a Deck of Cards How to Use the Power of Prayer How to Use Your Healing Power Infinite Power for Richer Living Living Without Strain Love is Freedom Magic of Faith Mental Poisons and Their Antidotes The Miracle of Mind Dynamics Miracle Power for Infinite Riches Peace Within Yourself The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind Pray Your Way Through It Prayer is the Answer Psychic Perception: The Meaning of Extrasensory Power Quiet Moments with God Secrets of the I Ching Songs of God Special Meditations for Health, Wealth, Love, and Expression Stay Young Forever Supreme Mastery of Fear Telepsychics: The Magic Power of Perfect Living Why Did This Happen to Me? Within You is the Power Write Your Name in the Book of Life Your Infinite Power to be Rich

Healing the Wounded Heart

The Lord is not willing to leave any children alone in their pain but longs to bring
us into His presence so that we may experience ultimate healing. Beloved, as our
compassionate Father saw us during those evil seeding events, He was not ...

Healing the Wounded Heart

Author: Thom Gardner

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 0768423260

Page: 269

View: 615

Healing the Wounded Heart exposes negative emotions such as fear, rejection, worthlessness, shame, insecurity, defilement, and hopelessness that prevent us from living in the grace and peace God intends for us. Uncover the lies embedded in emotional wounds and discover peace and truth in the presence of the Living Christ.

Becoming True Worshipers Experience More of God s Presence Through Deeper Worship

(Mark 6:56) This healing presence continued on into the Apostolic Age. In
Jerusalem, the ”people brought the sick into the streets and laid them on beds
and mats so that at least Peter's shadow might fall on some of them as he passed
by...

Becoming True Worshipers  Experience More of God s Presence Through Deeper Worship

Author: M. Thomas Seaman

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 148348307X

Page: 136

View: 959

ÒTHE FATHER IS SEEKING TRUE WORSHIPERS...THEY THAT WORSHIP IN SPIRIT AND IN TRUTH.Ó -John 4:23-24 Are we true worshipers? What does it mean to worship in spirit and in truth? Is God pleased with our worship in this modern age? Becoming True Worshipers takes a deeper look at the priority, the process, and the power of true worship. ItÕs insights and principles will transform you and set you free.

The Helping Professional s Guide to End of Life Care

Healing. Presence. Working with patients who are dying and their families
requires that we exhibit a confident, ... This necessary quality of presence might
be described as an ability to attend to and connect deeply with another person in
a way ...

The Helping Professional s Guide to End of Life Care

Author: E. Alessandra Strada

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 160882201X

Page: 264

View: 950

Nearly half of people at the end of life will receive hospice care, but few psychologists, nurses, physicians, chaplains, and hospice workers have been trained specifically to recognize and address the psychological, social, and emotional issues that may arise in patients who are dying. Patients in the midst of advanced terminal illness may experience a variety of distressing emotions, and may feel anxious, frightened, regretful, or desperate. This guide was created specifically to guide helping professionals of all kinds through the process of working through patients’ psychological issues to allow them peace and comfort in their final moments. The Helping Professional’s Guide to End-of-Life Care clarifies the spiritual and emotional care that patients need and presents an evidence-based approach integrating cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), transpersonal psychotherapy, hypnosis, mindfulness, and guided imagery to help patients manage emotional distress at the end of life. Through case conceptualizations and detailed treatment planning guidance, readers learn to formulate comprehensive assessment and treatment plans for patients and gain skills that will help them manage the emotional intensity of this work. This secular, professional treatment model can be applied to patients of any religious or spiritual background. The book also addresses integrating the patient’s therapeutic team with the medical team, addressing the emotional needs of friends and family of the dying, crisis intervention for suicidal patients, working with clients on psychotropic medications, and how helping professionals can manage their own emotions to become more effective clinicians.

The Master s Healing Presence Bible

The Contributors: This Bible will be a living illustration of the work of the Holy Spirit through the ages and through a variety of history's mos influential teachers, preachers, ministers and healing evangelists, such as Kathryn Kuhlman, ...

The Master s Healing Presence Bible

Author: Thomas Nelson Publishers

Publisher: Nelson Bibles

ISBN: 9780718003692

Page: 1536

View: 206

The pages of Scripture are filled with the miraculous and the powerful manifestation of God. The Master's Healing Presence Bible will provide people with a firm foundation of biblical truth regarding the Holy Spirit, but also Healing, Prayer, the Presence of God and Faith--all integral aspects of relationship with Him. In addition to articles by Pastor Benny Hinn and other leaders who ministered in the anointing of the Holy Spirit, the reader will find verses and passages related to these five key themes highlighted by the easy to navigate color-coded system throughout the Bible text. The Contributors: This Bible will be a living illustration of the work of the Holy Spirit through the ages and through a variety of history's mos influential teachers, preachers, ministers and healing evangelists, such as Kathryn Kuhlman, Maria Woodworth Etter, R.A. Torrey, Benny Hinn, Andrew Murray, F.F. Bosworth, Aimee Semple McPherson, E.M.Bounds, Madame Guyon, Charles Finney, John Wesley, Charles Spurgeon, John G. Lake, Smith Wigglesworth, Catherine and William Booth, D.L. Moody, George Whitefield, and others.

The Healing Path of Prayer

The very light of God, the very healing power and presence of God now cover the
darkness and it disappears. It no longer exists. For this I am grateful, Lord. You
are blessing your child now with healing of the body, the soul, and the Spirit.

The Healing Path of Prayer

Author: Ron Roth

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 0307556638

Page: 256

View: 213

Prayer is the key to tapping into the healing energy of the Divine. Yet for many people, prayer has been reduced to a rote practice that has lost its basic meaning and efficacy. In his long-awaited first book for an ecumenical readership, internationally renowned spiritual healer Ron Roth teaches his unique approach to prayer as energy medicine. The Healing Path of Prayer explains in detail the connection between healing, faith, and prayer. Roth shows you how to find your own path to prayer in a way that connects with God's healing energy. As Roth explains, you can use this energy not only for physical healing but also, perhaps more significantly, for healing emotional and spiritual wounds that may be at the root of physical maladies. The Healing Path of Prayer gives you specific guidance in setting up a daily healing prayer practice. Through a series of simple but effective exercises and rituals, Roth shows you how to celebrate your own sacraments and become a mystic in the course of your everyday life. Each chapter offers a new, higher level of prayer, enabling you to acquire more advanced techniques of focus, intention, and insight. As Roth revitalizes many tired, traditional prayers with his fresh and inspiring reinterpretations from original scripture, he also recounts the dramatic story of when he discovered his healing abilities, as well as true cases of healing in which he has participated. The Healing Path of Prayer is a blueprint for a truly democratic spirituality. Roth's instruction on how to pray and establish a daily practice of meditation will lead readers into a vital path of everyday mysticism and personal power.

Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal

THE THERAPIST'S HEALING PRESENCE Healing presence is the overall
capacity of the therapist to find within himself or herself an abiding sense of
confidence in the effectiveness of therapy, combined with an abiding interest in
the patient's ...

Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal

Author: Peter R. Breggin, MD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 082610844X

Page: 352

View: 118

This is the first book to establish guidelines and to assist prescribers and therapists in withdrawing their patients from psychiatric drugs, including those patients with long-term exposure to antipsychotic drugs, benzodiazepines, stimulants, antidepressants, and mood stabilizers. It describes a method developed by the author throughout years of clinical experience, consultations with experienced colleagues, and scientific research. Based on a person-centered collaborative approach, with patients as partners, this method builds on a cooperative and empathic team effort involving prescribers, therapists, patients, and their families or support network. The author, known for such books as Talking Back to Prozac, Toxic Psychiatry, and Medication Madness, is a lifelong reformer and scientist in mental health whose work has brought about significant change in psychiatric practice. This book provides critical information about when to consider psychiatric drug reduction or withdrawal, and how to accomplish it as safely, expeditiously, and comfortably as possible. It offers the theoretical framework underlying this approach along with extensive scientific information, practical advice, and illustrative case studies that will assist practitioners in multiple ways, including in how to: Recognize common and sometimes overlooked adverse drug effects that may require withdrawal Treat emergencies during drug therapy and during withdrawal Determine the first drugs to withdraw during multi-drug therapy Distinguish between withdrawal reactions, newly occurring emotional problems, and recurrence of premedication issues Estimate the length of withdrawal