Antidotes for Healing the Human Body the Complete Version: Understanding the Root Causes of Sickness and Disease

WestBow Press
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Behavior is an integral part of our overall health. This is confirmed in the scriptures and by many mind-body studies that prove the way we think and feel affects our health and immune system.

In this comprehensive and inspired spiritual guidebook, a scripture expert guides others on how to improve spirituality and health by uncovering personal messages that God is revealing through illness and disease.

Spiritual meanings of the body parts can provide insight into health problems.
The health of our organs is affected by keeping or breaking the commandments.
Learning spiritual causes of illnesses can help us uncover their meanings.
Antidotes from the Divine Laws allow us to become active participants in our healing.

This thought provoking, emotionally charged, soul stirring book provides spiritual insight into healing. It has the power to pull from the storage of soul issues that need to be addressed. Tara Critchleys command of scriptural facts and concern for health and healing garners great support from those of us searching for spiritual solutions for health issues in America and abroad.
Suzanne Howard, Senior Pastor, The Apostle House, Hartford, CT

This book draws attention to the root causes of disharmony, focusing on healing the spirit man. It is refreshing to have a health-based book that provokes deep thinking and encourages diligent effort to free the mind/body from multi-dimensional toxicity.
Jen Minery, Certified Holistic Health Coach
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About the author

Tara Critchley has been researching scriptures for over forty years. She works as a secretary and bookkeeper for the family business that she and her husband founded. As a homeschooling mom who taught kindergarten through sixth grade, Tara helped children incorporate spiritual realities into real life. Visit her website for a resource of spiritual causes and antidotes for illnesses at www.antidotesforhealing.com.

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Publisher
WestBow Press
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Published on
Jan 17, 2018
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Pages
210
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ISBN
9781973608233
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Christian Life / Personal Growth
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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