Spiritual healing, recognized in many ancient religions, has been a principle of Spiritualism since its inception. Today, on a national basis, evidence is growing in the medical community of the importance of spiritual healing regarding the cure of the individual in need. Evidence is growing that the whole person needs treatment, not just the illness.
A Spiritualist Healer is one who, either through his or her own inborn powers or through mediumship, is able to impart vital, curative force to pathological conditions.
NSAC Guidelines for performing contact healing must be followed for the protection of the church, healer, and recipient of the healing.
NSAC requires Spiritualist Healers “top\ conduct healing by touching only from the shoulders and above and asking the sitter (healing recipient’s) permission before the touching (healing begins.
All healers are required to be aware of all state and local laws that govern Spiritualist Healing in their locale. These secular laws must be adhered to at all times.
Healers should study the section of healing in the new Spiritualist Manual 2017.
Spiritualist Healing Restated:
Other forms of healing