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Unread 02-02-2004, 09:07 AM
doesanyone believe in mystic people who heal others

just wondering..does anyone believe in mystic people who heal those that are sick? i read on the internet about people who have a special of gift of healing others.i am so desperate for a miracle. i pray for god to heal me all the time and believe he will some how. i just am so desperate to be healed. i think maybe god gives people gifts and heals through other people. does anyone believe this is possible? i was thinking about contacting someone but am a littlr apprehensive. so far no dr can help me.....chris
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Unread 02-02-2004, 12:18 PM
doesanyone believe in mystic people who heal others

(((Chris))) that is a very tough question... I do believe there are some people out there who are capable of directing their energy towards helping others in various ways. I have a friend who is a Native American healer and have seen some of the amazing things he has facilitated. I am not sure whether his success comes from what he does or from how strongly his 'patients' believe that he can help them... because as you know, the mind is very very strong and can sometimes overcome bodily ills.

Medicine is not an exact science, there are definitely things we don't understand and maybe never will. I think that if you meet one of these people and believe they can help you, it just might happen. I see no harm in it as long as you are not forsaking your regular medical care to avail yourself of it. If I were in your shoes I might consider doing the same thing.

Sending you healing s,
Unread 02-02-2004, 12:35 PM
thank you linda

thank you linda.. i just needed to hear something positive from an affiramtion..... chris
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Unread 02-02-2004, 04:33 PM
doesanyone believe in mystic people who heal others

Hi Chris,

I do believe that God uses others hands to heal us -- nontraditional healers, drs, even pharmacists and research scientists. But in the end, I believe, and was reminded just last week, rather profoundly, that God is the ultimate healer, and it is his healing that happens through others' hands. I believe that others have very special healing gifts, some of which science has yet to understand or shed any light on, but they are God-given. So I think, yes, there are so many things science does not know, or accept, that are profoundly true. But then, I also know that all things work to God's end, eventually, as much as people try to get in the way. So sometimes when healing doesn't happen, I have to believe it is also somehow in his will. Or maybe it is just on a profoundly different time schedule than we understand.

It is a mystery you are asking about today. I hope you share what you find along the way? And also wish you healing and love and light,

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