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Accused of murdering a child under her care, Irish healer Rachel Dunne flees the ensuing scandal while vowing to never sit at another sickbed. She no longer trusts in her abilities—or God’s mercy. When a cholera epidemic sweeps through London, she feels compelled to nurse the dying daughter of the enigmatic physician she has come to love. James Edmunds, wearied by the deaths of too many patients, has his own doubts about God’s grace. Can they face their darkest fears? Or is it too late to learn that trust and love just might heal their hearts?
Spiritual healing and personal development is linked to the healing of the planet as a whole and to all the sentient beings. This book is inspired by the teachings of the Irish healer Bob Moore (1928-2008) and describes the inner process of development that leads to spiritual healing. It shows a progressive path that leads back to the origin of our disharmony and in doing so reveals our own source of healing. An integration of western scientific methods with the eastern introspective research.
In Born to Heal, Tony Hogan tells us the story of his remarkable life, from his colourful childhood in County Wicklow to his experiences as one of Ireland's foremost healers. Blighted as a child by life-threatening illness, yet blessed with the extraordinary ability to heal others, Tony gradually matured his abilities and people began to seek him out to ask for his help. Born to Heal shares some of the techniques that Tony Hogan used to develop his own powers. Packed full of practical help on self-healing, this fascinating book also explores the power of the mind and absent healing. It is full of astounding case histories and is by turns funny, entertaining, insightful and moving. Ultimately, Born to Heal offers a positive message: human suffering can be relieved when all the normal remedies have failed.
Tells the compelling story of Irish healer Valentine Greatrakes and outlines his place in the history of seventeenth-century Britain. Reveals a fascinating account of his engagement with important events of the period, including the Irish Rebellion of 1641, the English civil wars, the Cromwellian Conquest of Ireland, and the Restoration of 1660.
This powerful analysis of the wise women healer from the oral traditions of Ireland's rural communities is unique in its depth and perspective. Stories, told and retold, embedded in the texture of culture and community, collected and studied for many decades, are here translated and made available to the general reader for the first time. The figure of the wise woman, the hag, the Cailleach, or the Red Woman are part of an oral tradition which has its roots in pre-Christian Ireland. In the hands of Gearoid O Crualaich, these figures are subtly explored to reveal how they offered a complex understanding of the world, of human psychology and its predicaments: the thematic structure of the book brings to the fore universal themes such as death, marriage, childbirth, and healing, and invites the reader to see the contemporary relevance of the stories for themselves.
Tells the compelling story of spiritual healing traditions from around the world, revealing the body-soul link in a variety of religious settings.
One of the masterpieces of Ireland's greatest living playwright, Faith Healer weaves together the stories of a travelling healer, his wife and his manager. From their different versions of the healer's performances and a terrible event at the centre of the drama, Friel creates a powerful and haunting work of art.

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