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The Role of Faith in the Process of Healing

Jackson, Edgar N.

 The emphasis in this book is on the role faith plays in healing and that we are personally responsible for our state of health. There are several chapters on faith. Jackson examines the nature of faith, unconscious factors in faith, conscious processes in faith, and super-conscious expressions of faith. There is a chapter on innate faith and one on faith that is achieved. In Chapter 10, "Mystical Illumination and the Super-healthy Person, " he discusses the level of faith that employs "the higher levels of consciousness for its purposes." He classifies the phenomena related to the superconsciousness in three categories: the psychological, the psychic, and the parapsychic. He closes with a section on the cultivation of revealed truth, and in the final chapters, with the cultivation of a life-affirming attitude.
Publisher Information:Minneapolis, MN: Winston Press, 1981. 203p. Bibliographic notes by chapter: 197-201; Bibliography: 195-196
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