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BS: Original intent of healing circle (144* d) RE: BS: Original intent of healing circle 05 Jan 00

Here's what one doctor has to say:

An Interview on Attitudinal Healing with Bernie S. Siegel, M.D.

Hope & A Prayer is an indispensable survival guide for patients and health care providers. Its therapeutic message of hope is timely, provocative and entertaining. Dr. Bernie Siegel discusses how hope and a positive attitude can dramatically enhance the quality of the patient's life, and improve the outcome of illness. His brilliant insights and charismatic presentation give the viewer a sense of empowerment and provide practical tools for dealing effectively with serious illness.

In this thought-provoking and inspiring interview, cancer specialist and surgeon Dr. Bernie Siegel motivates us all to utilize our own innate power to create self healing. He speaks sensibly to those facing illness, either directly or through someone they care about, and to doctors, nutses, and others in the medical community.

Bernie Siegel, M.D., practices surgery in New Haven and teaches at Yale University. A pioneer in the field of attitudinal healing, he is a former President of the American Holistic Medical Association. He is the author of the best-selling Love, Medicine & Miracles, published in 1986 by Harper and Row.

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