- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: HarperOne; Reprint edition (January 17, 1992)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062503642
- ISBN-13: 978-0062503640
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.4 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,361 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Art of Spiritual Healing Paperback – January 17, 1992
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Presenting the results of thirty years of experience in practicing spiritual healing, this is one of the three books world-renowned teacher and mystic Joel S. Goldsmith felt epitomized the essence of his teachings. In a decided departure from other books on this controversial subject, Goldsmith alternates instruction with meditation to demonstrate that physical well-being results naturally from attaining a consciousness of oneness with God.
About the Author
Joel Goldsmith (1892-1964), one of America's great mystics, spent his life lecturing on "The Infinite Way" -- his personally developed principles of spirituality. He is the author of more than 30 books, including The Art of Spiritual Healing, Living the Infinite Way, and The Thunder of Silence.
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The Art Of Spiritual Healing was the first one I read, after finding it on my father's bookshelf when I was about 18. It left a very lasting impression and in fact Goldsmith, through this book, set the yard stick against which all my other explorations into health and healing have been measured.
I've always felt that no matter what approach to health and healing I am looking at, it is always (in my opinion) dealing with symptoms and this includes all the natural and alternative approaches. Spiritual Healing (as beautifully described and successfully practised by Goldsmith) is the one exception. It goes to the root cause.
Of course, many are not ready to go to that place and for some such folk I am sure this book would be a displeaser. If, however, you have a sincere interest in what true healing is really about then please read this book. It is clear, simple, concise. It effectively covers the essential information of what spiritual healing is, how it is practised, it's effectiveness (through Goldsmith's many years of successfully treating thousands of clients), and it's attainment. Spiritual Healing, after all, is a capacity that will all have yet we must wake up to it and attain the fruits of that awakening.
Much of Goldsmiths other books will most certainly assist you in that path to awakening to the Truth of who and what you are, and your capacity to function as a Spiritual Healer, and hence I highly recommend his other books too. If you've read nothing of Goldsmiths work then this book is a great place to start.
I wish you all the best of health,
This and other works discussing Divine Grace as the cornerstone of healing your life (and that includes healing EVERYTHING - physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) have come into my experience recently. Between Joel's work and Lola Jones ([...] and her book- which you can purchase here on Amazon - "Things are Going Great in my Absence") have personally opened me up to entire experience I didn't know existed. Get out of the way and allow the Divine to do the heavy lifting - that's essentially the premise.
I'd always shrunk from the statement "Let Go and Let God", finding it a shirking of ones' personal responsibility and giving my power away to something outside myself, but both of these authors and their work have reframed the "God is within you" (which is certainly not a new concept to me) postulate for me so that I actually GOT IT, understood its power and was able to step aside and allow God (as Divine power and my "Larger Self", as Lola frames it) to work through and AS me. Powerful stuff. And it works.
In this book Joel Goldsmith makes one realize that God doesn't fulfill our needs and desires. Prayer is not asking for healing but becoming present to the Christ within. Only than will healing begin.
To practice The Infinite Way one must become Christ conscious, this happens when one lets go of pre-conceived ideas and lets grace enter and complete the process.
There is much work in this process but it is worth all the struggle to come into the presence of God within and then realize the presence in others.