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Curing Vs. Healing

February 18, 2010

There’s an important distinction between curing and healing: Curing relates to the repair of your physical body, healing relates to the growth of your soul.

Medicine is dealing with what’s wrong with you. Healing is dealing with what’s right with you.
Ingrid Dilley

Healing may or may not include the curing of your physical malady. Indeed, the deterioration of your body may be a necessary catalyst in the awakening of your spirit.

Healing is far more than a return to a former condition. True healing means drawing the circle of our being larger and becoming more inclusive, more capable of loving. In this sense, healing is not for the sick alone, but for all humankind. . . . In the end, healing must be a ceaseless process of relationship and rediscovery, moment by moment. The more we “know” about healing, the more we are simultaneously carried toward something unknowable. For this reason all healing is in essence spiritual.
Richard Moss

Countless research studies have demonstrated that our (more…)