Easy to use in a variety of ways, Healing Words is complementary medicine for the mind, body, and spirit that has a history of proven efficacy for people of all faiths on their journeys to healing and wholeness. Every two-page spread is a “chapter” headlined by one of 101 words that relate to healing the mind, body, and spirit as a process or event. The word is followed by a definition, a personal reflection or a story that relates to the healing power of the word, quotes, and an affirmation for the reader to use on his or her healing journey. The quotes include contemporary excerpts as well as words from the sages, plus proverbs, psalms, and more.
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"Caren Goldman gives us a tool we can purposefully use for the healing of body, mind, and spirit. She is an eloquent, compassionate, and skilled guide who has been there."
~ Larry Dossey, MD, best selling author of Reinventing Medicine and Prayer Is Good Medicine
"In Healing Words, Caren Goldman shows us how to find the profound healing hidden in words that we use every day. A wise and helpful book, based on human experience and transparent to eternal light
~ Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D., author of Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather's Blessings
"Healing Words is incredibly inspiring and incredibly practical. Whatever your stage of healing, you'll want to refer to this book regularly. It's destined to become a classic in the field of body, mind and soul health and healing."
~ Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause
"This would be an especially appropriate gift for anyone in need of healing and hope."
— Episcopal Life
Caren Goldman found her years of research put to the test when she was diagnosed with cancer. After 25 years of writing about spirituality, health, and psychology, she was forced to look at her specialty from a new perspective. Ms. Goldman, an author, former reporter and freelance writer, had amassed a wealth of information while writing for national magazines about how the spirit and mind can affect health and healing. But the crises she suddenly faced put the academic information to a real-world test.... The potency of words such as blessing, humor, passion, darkness, grief, and solitude becomes increasingly apparent as the pages are turned.
—David Yonke, The Toledo Blade