The author suggests that physical well-being is a natural result of attaining the consciousness of oneness with God. Broad in scope and non-denominational in approach, this is an explanation of spiritual healing. The author also wrote "The Art of Meditation" and "Practising the Presence".
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"The world is not in need of a new religion, nor is the world in need of a new philosophy: What the world needs is healing and regeneration. The world needs people who, through devotion to God, are so filled with the Spirit that they can be instruments through which healings can take place, because healing is important to everybody."
JOEL S. GOLDSMITH, 'The Art of Spiritual Healing'
Presenting the results of thirty years of experience in practicing spiritual healing, this is one of the three books world-renowned teacher and mystic Joel S. Goldsmith felt epitomized the essence of his teachings. In a decided departure from other books on this controversial subject, Goldsmith alternates instruction with meditation to demonstrate that physical well-being results naturally from attaining a consciousness of oneness with God.
Covering all aspects of spiritual healing, this is Goldsmith's straightforward, nondenominational explanation of one of God's gifts to humanity.
Joel S. Goldsmith (1892-1964) is the author of more than thirty books, including 'Practicing the Presence' and 'The Art of Meditation'.About the Author:
Joel S. Goldsmith (1892-1964) is the author of more than thirty books, including ‘Practicing the Presence’ and ‘The Art of Meditation’.
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