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Active and Passive Touch Healing

Posted on: November 2, 2008

The person being healed experiences varies with which technique is used. If patients are passive and wait for something to be done to them, this is known as allopathic healing. They may be prayed for, touched, or put in the middle of a community healing ritual. An active role can be taken by the patient so that the patient seeks out the prayer or the touching and this puts that patience in command of their healing experience. No matter which way the person seeks or receives, it is important that both the patient and the healer beilieve in the healing process.


This process takes medical science out of the picture, something that neither the medical of pharmaceutical industries want. There is no money in touch healing unless it is through the alms and donations to the foundation, church, or individual that performs them. If the conventional medicine industry wants to take on this type of therapy, then they have to do so by believing that the therapy actually works and this will tax heavily on the agnostic beliefs of most medical personnel. A whole retraining in holistic medicine will have to be incorporated at the basics of medical training.




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