Lists Of Spiritual Gifts
1 Corinthians 12:8-10
Words of Wisdom
Gifts Of Healing
Interpretation Of Tongues
1 Corinthians 12:28-30
Types Of Healing
The Gift Of Discernment
An uncanny sense of knowing the false from the truth.
Listening to Spirit as the Truth is revealed.
The Gift Of Prophecy
You instinctively know the most likely outcome of a situation.
But, GOD has the last word and can or will change destiny.
The Gift Of Healing
As an extraordinary charism, gifts of healing are supernatural enablements given to a believer to minister various kinds of healing and restoration to individuals through the power of the Holy Spirit. In the Greek of the New Testament, both the words gift and healing are plural.
These symbolize that believers were channels of divine power and that the healing was the work of the Holy Spirit.
Ancient Egypt was a civilization that lasted from 3300 to 525 B.C.E. This is probably where the concept of health started. Some of the earliest records of medical care come from ancient Egypt.
The ancient Egyptians believed in prayer as a solution to health problems, but they also had natural, or practical, remedies, such as herbs.
Sekhem is ancient energy healing that is channeled through the hands of the practitioner, working on all levels—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual—accelerating our personal development and elevating our vibrational frequency.
Egyptian Sekhem is linked to the star system Sirius.This is where the Sekhem energy comes from. From Sirus to Lemuira and then to Egypt and Atlantis.
Egypt was the cultural center of the world, scholars traveled far and wide to learn the wisdom of the teachings in the temples.It was practiced by the priesthood in Ancient Egypt, and can be passed from person to person through an attunement process similar to Reiki. When the Egyptian Dynasty came to an end, and the energy systems dispersed or were kept alive in small communities.
Native American Medicine
“… everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence.” — Mourning Dove, Salish, 1888-1936The healing traditions of Native Americans go back for thousands of years, as the many indigenous tribes of North America learned that by mixing herbs, roots, and other natural plants, they could heal various medical problems. But, remedies were not the only part of the Native American healing process.
6 Traditional Chinese Medicine Techniques
Acupuncture. Acupuncture is the practice of inserting needles into the superficial skin, subcutaneous tissue, and muscles at particular acupuncture points and manipulating them. ...
Tui Na Massage. ...
Chinese Herbs. ...
India might well be called the treasure-house of alternative medicine – we have innumerable ‘types’ of medicine.
Complementary and alternative medical practices in India – Ayurveda, naturopathy, herbal medicine, biopathy,
home remedies, wheat-grass therapy, hydrotherapy, electroenergizers, auto-urine therapy, vipassana, yoga,
massage, prayers, spiritual healing, tantra/mantra, astromedicine, gem therapy, hypnosis, acupuncture and mag-
net therapy have been discussed in ref. 2. There are also other medical systems that are popular in India, such
as Siddha, Unani, Homeopathy and Tibetan medicine. Of these, only two codified systems originated in India –
Ayurveda and Siddha; a brief account of these two systems is given here.
Ayurveda is often referred to as the oldest system of medicine in India. Its origins can be traced back to Vedic
and Buddhist medical knowledge, which might have in turn originated from folk healing traditions. The texts that
crystallized Ayurveda in its present form were Sushruta Samhita by Sushruta (probably before 700 BCE), Charaka
Samhita by Charaka (1st century CE), and Ashtangahrdayam by Vagbhata (8th century CE)3. Ayurveda is based
on the concept of the tridosha that are ‘a set of parameters, which are physico-chemical and functional in
nature’4, imbalances in which are thought to result in various ailments (see ref. 4 for a detailed account). Materi-
als of plant origin were primarily used in the preparation of medicines, while those of animal and mineral origins
were also utilized2.
The Siddha system of medicine originated in South India, and is said to have been developed by 18 ‘Siddhars’.
The fundamental tenet of this system of medicine is that food leads to the formation of the tridoshas and the vari-
ous tissues of the body, and imbalances in the tridoshas lead to loss of health. Medicines in the Siddha system
are largely mineral based (http://indianmedicine.nic.in/siddha.asp).
Sound Light and Vibration
Chimes, Bells, Instruments, Gongs, Crystal Healing Bowls, Copper Healing Bowls, etc.
In the beginning there was the 'WORD'
Words Have Power
The words in your prayers and conversations manifest your life!