Quakerism & Healing Arts

  • October 12, 2016 at 9:51 pm #3124
    Eileen Cain
    Participant

    I am wondering if there are other Friends practicing holistic/alternative therapies. Has anyone been led to start a group? Have you offered your services through your Meeting? Have you held healing sessions in your Meeting house? Could such a thing be an extension of Pastoral Care, or would it be a ministry in its own right?

    Eileen Cain

  • September 1, 2017 at 11:17 pm #5231
    Connie Eash
    Participant

    Thanks for starting this Eileen. I have been wondering the same thing. So many people are confused about the choices out there and don’t know where to begin or how to connect. During sessions, I heard Christie’s vision of like minded people, including businesses, connecting, and I immediately thought of the Quakers who provide healing services and those who need healing. I was a pharmacologist in research for 11 years, but now use that knowledge in investigating and eliminating the causes of chronic diseases and helping the body detox. I use other means of healing, but officially I use an ionic footbath or personal saunas. There is an acupuncturist at my meeting who may also be interested.

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