Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||edited by William Cutter|
|LC Classifications||BM538.H43 H43 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||2006101447|
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Rabbi William Cutter, PhD, is author of Midrash and Medicine: Healing Body and Soul in the Jewish Interpretive Tradition, and is editor of Healing and the Jewish Imagination: Spiritual Perspectives on Judaism and has published widely on health and healing.
He is former director of the Kalsman Institute on Judaism and professor of modern Hebrew literature and the Steinberg Professor Format: Paperback.
Where Judaism and health intersect, healing may begin. Essential reading for people interested in the Jewish healing, spirituality and spiritual direction movements, this groundbreaking volume explores the Jewish tradition for comfort in times of illness and Judaism's perspectives on Format: Hardcover.
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He has published widely on health and : Jewish Lights Publishing. Healing and the Jewish Imagination: Spiritual and Practical Perspectives on Judaism and Health is a brilliant and enlightening beginning to an im-portant conversation about health, healing, pain, mortality, and suf-fering within and beyond the Jewish community.
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Essential reading for people interested in the Jewish healing, sp Brand: Turner Publishing Company. The purpose of this book is to provide readers with Healing and the Jewish imagination book thoughts on healing together with practical tools to help overcome illness of every kind.
Jewish healing is entering a new phase, which goes beyond the prevalent standard of bikkur cholim (visiting the sick), supporting families facing medical crises, and comforting mourners.
This book is divided into three basic chapters; Healing, Maintenance of Health and Protection. There is also a chapter on more esoteric Jewish-based spiritual approaches to health, healing and protection such as the use of various segulot or talismen.
It concludes with several prayers of gratitude to God for His help. ExpressingFile Size: KB. The Jewish Way of Healing In times of illness, Judaism offers potent remedies to help strengthen the body and spirit. Nancy Flam When Eve W.
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Organizationally, the contemporary Jewish healing movement encompasses synagogue-based healing services, private healing offered by individual practitioners, community-sponsored ritual and social services for the elderly and chronically ill, and small-group healing rituals carried out in response to the needs of friends or community members.
Rabbi William Cutter, PhD (editor) Where Judaism and health intersect, healing may begin. Essential reading for people interested in the Jewish healing, spirituality and spiritual direction movements, this groundbreaking volume explores the Jewish tradition for comfort in times of illness and Judaism’s perspectives on the inevitable suffering with which we live.
Sue Gurland runs Jewish healing circles in Boca Raton, and is the creator of Moving Through the Tree of Life. She holds a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Yale University, a Master of Acupuncture degree from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, and a Certificate of Completion in Jewish Spiritual Direction from the Lev Shomea Institute.
Judaism and Healing is a concise, incisive, but nontechnical study of major issues in medical bioethics. Rabbi Bleich examines each topic from the perspective of Jewish tradition.
Truth-telling, professional secrecy, population policy, abortion, sex-change surgery, test tube babies, animal experimentation, euthanasia, autopsy, and sex preselection are among the more than thirty topics.
In order to change, a person needs to have emotional resources. Jewish Spiritual Therapy first teaches a person to connect to the Source of all existence, to feel our Creator’s love and presence in our lives.
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Most recently, he completed the “Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery: Colette Aboulker-Muscat's Visualization Exercises for Personal Development, Healing and Self-Knowledge” Dr.
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Praise. To have Book of Legends/Sefer Ha-Aggadah available in English is to open to the entire English-reading world — Jew, non-Jew, religionist, secularist — one of the very great creations of humankind: a rich and intricately woven tapestry of tales, homilies, legends and dreams that come to us from the very roots of the imagination.
— Association of Jewish Libraries Newsletter “An important book with the power to bring Jews closer to Judaism and closer to the Source of life and death.” — Rabbi Sue Elwell, director, Los Angeles Jewish Feminist Center.
An excellent resource for those who need help during their time of mourning [to] find healing and understanding.”Brand: Turner Publishing Company. A novel inquiry into the sociopolitical dimensions of public medicine, Healing the Land and the Nation traces the relationships between disease, hygiene, politics, geography, and nationalism in British Mandatory Palestine between the world wars.
Taking up the case of malaria control in Jewish-held lands, Sandra Sufian illustrates how efforts to thwart the disease were intimately tied to the. These practices are derived from Jewish traditions. If you know where to look, Jewish sources provide many suggestions for healing practices.
Some of our sources include: Psalms: Psalms are a powerful source of healing. Many of the psalms speak of Divine power. What follows is a mystical approach to healing meditation and prayer. It is drawn from my training in Jewish mysticism and psychoneuroimmunology.
Begin by getting into as comfortable a position as you can. Notice your breath and color it in your imagination to be your favorite, most healing color. Breathe in and out. Take your time. The Jewish Quarterly Rev no. 4 (): – "Wisdom, Balance, Healing: Reflections on Mind and Body in an Early Hasidic Text." In Healing and the Jewish Imagination, edited by William Cutter, 63– Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights Publishing, Explore the concept of healing with the patient from a Jewish perspective.
Healing can take place in the form of cure, but it can also mean the end of suffering, acceptance of one’s fate, or the ability to express one’s pain. Excellent resource: Cutter () 13 “I am worried about my family.” “I Cited by: 1.
Energy Healing with the Kabbalah book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Kabbalistic symbols and the energy exercises 'sync /5(4). "Jewish Science views God as an Energy or Force penetrating the reality of the universe. God is the source of all Reality and not separate from but part of the world and Right thinking has a healing effect."Alfred Geiger Moses was the rabbi of the American Reform Congregation of the Gates of Heaven and Society for the Needy from to Pages: What other book might you compare The Healing to and why.
Billy. It's a very different, very short book, but it had such insight into another child that had no idea what was happening that the stories have that in common, but Grenada grows to understand.
Frankel recently published her first book, “Sacred Therapy.” Part autobiography, part spiritual guidebook, the book is the culmination of 30 years as a healer and teacher. “I found the two were coming together,” she says.
“People would come out of my. Most recently, he completed the 'Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery: Colette Aboulker-Muscat's Visualization Exercises for Personal Development, Healing and Self-Knowledge' Dr. Gerald Epstein's focus is using the power of imagination for healing and he has studied this in Christian and Jewish and even Sufi perspectives.
• Cutter, William (ed.). Healing and the Jewish Imagination. Jewish Lights Publishing, Woodstock, Vermont, • Daimont, Anita. Saying Kaddish: How to Comfort the Dying, Bury the Dead and Mourn as a Jew.
Schocken Books, • Davis, Avram. The Way of Flame: A Guide to the Forgotten Mystical Tradition of Jewish Meditation. Harper File Size: 89KB. The Book of Healing (Arabic: کتاب الشفاء Kitāb al-Shifāʾ, Latin: Sufficientia) is a scientific and philosophical encyclopedia written by Abu Ali ibn Sīna (Avicenna) from medieval Persia, near Bukhara in called The Cure it is intended to "cure" or "heal" ignorance of the soul.
Despite its title, it is not concerned with medicine; Avicenna's earlier The Canon of Author: Avicenna.More About Doubting the Devout: The Ultra-Orthodox in the Jewish American Imagination. Examines images of the Ultra-Orthodox given to American Jews through film and novels, with the base thesis that the way the UO are imagined through these media represents the anxieties American Jews have about themselves and their relationship to Judaism.I wanted to write books that engaged the spiritual imagination of children.
When my daughter was 5 years old, she came home from a Jewish day camp and showed me a picture she had drawn of a kind looking grandfather. I asked her to tell me more about her creation.
She explained that all the campers had been asked to draw a picture of God.