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Healing Visions: True Stories of Healing Through Divine Visions Essential First-Aid for the Soul Katherine Connon

Healing Visions: True Stories of Healing Through Divine Visions Essential First-Aid for the Soul

Katherine Connon

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ISBN : 9781452500522
Paperback
164 pages
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Healing Visions provides a revolutionary and urgently needed new perspective on the role that God can, and does play in our lives, here and now. The transformations that occur in the book offer a fresh and intimate look at a personal Higher PowerMoreHealing Visions provides a revolutionary and urgently needed new perspective on the role that God can, and does play in our lives, here and now. The transformations that occur in the book offer a fresh and intimate look at a personal Higher Power that is always present and available to us if we are only open to receiving Him/Her. The author, using a selection of her varied experiences with clients from Europe, the USA, and India, illustrates to the reader how close we are to, and how unconditionally loved we are by, this Divine Power. Whether we use the name God, Jesus, Mohammed, Krishna or Buddha matters not. The point is that God, or however we name that which cannot be named, is very much alive in our lives - loving us unconditionally, laughing with us, and holding us close in ways we can scarcely imagine. The Jesus that appears to so many of the people in the book is a vibrant, laughing Jesus, strong and full of life. He offers unconditional love, and lasting healing to all who are open to receiving Him. The stories in Healing Visions are provocative and heart-wrenching. They are true stories of ordinary people who rediscover that God is a constant presence and source of comfort in their daily lives. They are stories of hope, healing, and faith. Now, more than ever, these are stories that the world needs to hear. The finished book will be approximately 60,000 words, and will include a forward by John Hicks, MD, an introduction, a chapter on the authors background, a chapter on the healing process itself, and a collection of the personal healing experiences of the authors clients. A short Appendix will provide a fictitious sample of the Intake Form that Kate uses when she does her healing work. Topics covered in the chapters include abuse, forgiveness, life after death, and acceptance of Gods will. Whatever the seeming magnitude of your present suffering, to know a Supreme Being is with you all the way is such a blessing. This book with its examination of self-healing-universal issues that we all face as human beings also offers such a blessing. Beautiful, full-size illustrations at the end of each chapter help the reader to personalize the message of each chapter and to use the illustrations for reflection, meditation and healing. The book is 90% completed. The author, using a selection of her varied experiences with clients from across the globe illustrates to the reader how close we are to and unconditionally loved by our higher power, be it named as Buddha, Christ, Mohamed, Sai Baba, etc. She refers to this higher power as Jesus, not from personal choice but simply because the majority of her clients have named it so. The choice was not hers. In India the higher power clients sometimes reportedly connect with is simply called or described by many as The Old Man. The name does not matter. It is purely a fallible name for the unnameable. The reader may substitute a preferred term. This is not a religious book nor does it prescribe any religious doctrine. It allows the reader to share the healing experiences of others relating to abuse, forgiveness, life after death, Gods will for us, and self-healing and to consider new possibilities toward lasting healing of body, mind and spirit. As you read this book, you are encouraged to keep your own healthy Skeptic or Doubting Thomas on your shoulder. The book is designed so that you may dip in and out of it. Take in small bites what seems relevant to you. You may be drawn to the rest at some later stage.