"Critical Components Of Healing Such As Prayer Meditation Belief" Essays and Research Papers

  • Critical Components Of Healing Such As Prayer Meditation Belief

    Many people use prayer, contemplation, meditation, silent endurance, and self-reflection as a form of communication to what they believe to be a superior of higher power. The religious practices have provided hope for people since the beginning of time. But no proof has been found to support the ideas that an action is taking place when performing prayer or forms of meditation. According to the definition of an action, in order for one to take place, there has to be a response. Since there has been...

    Deity, God, Meditation 1054  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm

     Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Components of Healing Hospitals Faith and hope are the greatest assets for the patient. Listening is the greatest asset of the caregivers. Addressing spiritual issues can make a difference in the patients’ experience of illness, and may even affect the outcome. Ministering to the patients’ spiritual needs and providing appropriate interventions has been identified as a professional nursing role. (" Philosophical Foundation for Integrative...

    Environmental psychology, Hospital, Illness 1063  Words | 5  Pages

  • Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

     Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Liberty University Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive Behavior-Therapy Summary Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy can be found in the Journal of Psychology and Christianity. The author, Stan Yang-Tan, covers the apposite use of applying prayer and scripture to the 30-year-old process of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) (p.101). With an array of psychological...

    Behaviour therapy, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • Abba Meditations Based On The Lord S Prayer

    Anabella Morabito Abba: Meditations Based on the Lord’s Prayer: Prayer from Within, Prayer from the Cross In her collection of essays, Abba, Evelyn Underhill explores in short works the different elements of the prayer that Jesus taught us, Our Father. In chapter two of the collection, stands her work “The Father”, a work which explores our relationship with the God, our source and Creator, and the way in which this relationship leads, directs, and informs our prayer. In this essay I will be focusing...

    God, Lord's Prayer, Monotheism 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospitals

    Running Head: HEALING HOSPITALS PROMTOTING SPIRITUALITY Healing Hospitals January 13, 2013 Grand Canyon University The healing hospital's paradigm has three components with a major focus on the patient's environment. The three major components are a culture of loving care, a healing physical environment, and an integrated work design and technology. Health care providers at healing hospitals support the physical and emotional well being...

    Health care, Health care provider, Health insurance 1079  Words | 4  Pages

  • Meditation

    temple, London Fo Guang Shan Temple, to participate their meditation. I chose to experience Buddhist meditation because I have heard reviews from people who had done it before. They all said it helped them to calm down and to become more focus on their work, in addition, meditation helped them to release their mental stress. All these comments triggered my curiosity, I wanted to feel that healing power personally. Buddhist meditation is preserved by Theravada, the oldest branch of Buddhism....

    Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Exhalation 1715  Words | 5  Pages

  • Faith Healing

    Introduction: Faith healing is thoroughly based on what is believed religiously by a certain individual, the patient and what level of faith they have. Faith is an action word, it means doing or believing in the impossible. Such as, moving mountains, saving a persons life, or believing in miracles. James writes in the Bible, “For as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so also faith apart from works is dead.” (1) Here what James is stating is, if one has faith but doesn’t do things to prove...

    Buddhism, Faith healing, God 1338  Words | 4  Pages

  • Zoroastrian, Umbanda, and Hinduism and What They Provide to Their Followers Considering Healing

    well known and Hinduism was chosen for the unfamiliarity of it’s healing practices. These three religions mainly associate their healing practices with the beliefs of their culture and mainly address physical healing however mental healing is also key in being well or healthy. These three religions and Christianity seek out either a priest or the spiritual leader for healing. Understanding and knowing about the various forms of healing across different religions can help healthcare providers care for...

    Belief, Faith, God 1600  Words | 5  Pages

  • Adams vs.Backus and Chapian: A Comparative Study of Christian Beliefs

    wholeness and serenity while fostering faith in Christ. In Telling Yourself the Truth, Backus & Chapain (2000) claim that misbeliefs create unhappiness. Rather than focus on the misbeliefs, a proactive approach to change emphasizes true beliefs and faith. Belief in Christ, fostered by Biblical study, can lead a person back to happiness. In How to Help People Change, the author stresses the importance of bringing the client back to the Bible. The author, Adams, affirms the supremacy of the Bible over...

    Psychology, Truth 908  Words | 5  Pages

  • Spiritual Diversity

    Many people describe “faith” in different ways. However, many studies indicate patients of all faiths tend to utilize familiar components such as meditation and prayer, as well as the patient’s own perspective on how their personal culture and tradition affect their care. Simply put, a person's faith, religion, or spirituality can be a critical component in their healing process.  Although different religions may have differing views on providing care, one thing remains the same. All things being...

    Faith, Health, Health care 1512  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Healing Hospital

    The Healing Hospital – A Daring Paradigm Katherine Perona 02 June 2013 310HL-V – Spritiuality in Health Care Prof. Verree Laughlin The Healing Hospital – A Daring Paradigm 2 The medical community has reached a very important nexus in terms of providing care to the injured and infirm that find themselves in a hospital environment. The so-called Healing Hospital represents a radical shift...

    Healing, Health, Health care 1316  Words | 4  Pages

  • Prayer

    and ethical use of prayer including inner healing prayer, and Scripture in a Christian approach to cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). I want to review on the “A Biblical, Christian Approach to CBT, Implicit and explicit integration in therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy that the author has briefly described. CBT has a spiritual roots or it is more religiously-oriented especially with in Christianity and Muslim traditions. According to Tan (2007), the use of prayer and sacred Scripture...

    Bible, Christianity, Cognitive behavioral therapy 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction At a conference in 2012, Health Affairs Editor-in Chief Susan Dentzer affirmed, “It is well established now that one can in fact improve the quality of health care and reduce the costs at the same time” (Rickert, 2012). This is the principal concept of “patient centered care”. Health-care providers practicing patient centered care enhance not only patients’ medical outcomes, but increase patient satisfaction rates and improve the quality of the...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1219  Words | 4  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm A healing hospital is with a concept of giving compassionate, loving, and efficient care to patient as well as to the family members and to community. It should be built in tradition of love as the center for healing. Within the framework, a faith in God that balanced between the technological and scientific achievements and the demand of spiritual needs of a human being. Healing is a journey toward wholeness or wellness of the patient. According to Mercy...

    Environment, Health care, Health care provider 1105  Words | 3  Pages

  • HealthcareProviderFaithandDiversitypeer

    of cultural and religious beliefs, we have different perspectives on faith and healing. However, the nature of this profession places us in direct contact with people of different faiths, religion, cultural backgrounds and differing philosophy on faith and healing. It is very important that health care workers avoid being judgmental, biases and prejudices and focus on the need of the patients regardless of whether or not we agree with their view point on faith and healing. In order to provide holistic...

    Bahá'í Faith, God, Health care 2055  Words | 8  Pages

  • Healing hospital: A daring paradigm

     Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm November 24th, 2013 HLT-310V Spirituality in Health Care- Grand Canyon University Spirituality is not always or only defined by ones religious values and religious affiliations. The definition itself could be different from person to person or even between cultures. It’s more about understanding and learning who you are and making that connection to yourself. The value of connection carries on to the health care professions too and...

    Health care, Health care provider, Health insurance 1184  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spiritual Diversity

    understanding on the various perspectives on healing, the critical components of healing, and grasping a concept of the relationship between their beliefs and that of their health care provider. The Baha’i Faith includes prayer and meditation with the combination of modern medicine, in which can be lead to healing. A peaceful environment should be provided for patients and their families to promote prayer. Buddhism individuals also practice prayer and meditation, and follow a more restrictive diet. Keeping...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 1847  Words | 5  Pages

  • Faith Diversity

    perspective and the critical components of Islamic, Buddhism and Hindus faith. The spiritual perspective of healing will be discuss , the cultural view on healing and the critical component of healing such as meditation , belief , prayer and it value when cared for by healthcare workers who have different spiritual belief and practices from theirs. How do some of these patient look at some health workers who have let go their own belief and practice for their own interest (patient)? This belief and faith practices...

    Clinical officer, Health care, Health care provider 1470  Words | 5  Pages

  • faith diversity paper

    University: HLT - 310V October 24, 2013 Health care Provider and Faith Diversity Abstract As America is rich in multi cultural immigrants’ diversities in culture, beliefs, faiths and religion are not uncommon among American population. Health care profession is one of the major areas that are affected with these diversities of culture, beliefs, faiths and religion. While there are many advantages of rich and diverse heritage, it’s challenging for health care professionals to deal with those from various...

    Buddhism, Clinical officer, Faith 1863  Words | 5  Pages

  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Running head: Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Jill Blackman Grand Canyon University: HLT310V August 17, 2012 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm When a patient enters the healthcare setting the primary focus is the process of helping the patient get better. Patient care has emerged into the healing hospital paradigm. This new focus is on patient care and not just the disease process. Healthcare organizations are now recognizing that the...

    Environment, Health care, Health care provider 1298  Words | 4  Pages

  • Health Care Provider And Faith Diversity

    of 1,500-2,000 words, provide a comparative analysis of the different belief systems, reinforcing major themes with insights gained from your research. In your comparative analysis, address all of the worldview questions in detail for Christianity and your selected faith.  Refer to chapter 2 of theCalled to Care: A Christian Worldview for Nursing for the list of questions.  Be sure to address the implications of these beliefs for health care. In addition answer the following questions that address...

    Belief, Critical thinking, Faith 1357  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

     Healing Hospitals: A Paradigm Traci Dumpprope, RN Grand Canyon University: Spirituality in Nursing November 8, 2014 Healing hospitals are hospitals that go beyond the original design and include in their paradigm three key components (Eberst, 2008 p. 77). The components needed are; a healing physical environment, the integration of work design and technology and a culture of radical loving care. Spirituality can be defined as a sensitivity or attachment to a religious...

    Clinical officer, Health care, Health care provider 1092  Words | 6  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital "A Healing Hospital is a hospital that employs healthy role models who teach health improvement, offers a healing environment and also leads community health improvement instead of just focusing on illness care and rescue care. A Healing Hospital focuses on healing and becomes an active member in fixing the healthcare system because they lower the need for costly, invasive care by improving health" (Harmony Healing House 2013). The healing hospital paradigm focuses on a holistic...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 1141  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Preference and Need for Prayer in Counseling

    Need for Prayer in Counseling Liberty University GRST500_D02_201030 Abstract Spirituality is an important component in counseling because it also contributes to the social, physical and emotional well-being of the client. This survey illustrates the preference that it has of incorporating prayer and scripture into counseling practice. It provides a basic overview and describes the essential desire for prayer among...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Female, Male 1387  Words | 5  Pages

  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    our own personal attitudes, beliefs, biases, and behaviors, besides our morals as health care practioners. Health care providers should include patients’ spiritual practice in their care as this brings positive outcomes such as decreased feeling of anxiety and depression, improves their coping skills, promote healthy behavior, and believe in hope. In times of critical illness we turn towards God in prayer and this faith helps an individual find peace in them and healing of body, mind and spirit takes...

    God, Health, Health care 1757  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Importance of Prayer

    How important is prayer in today’s society? Introduction Prayer means different things to people in different religions all around the world. Some people may not identify as religious but still practice a form of prayer. This could be in the form of reflection or meditation. Some people pray many times a day, others just in times of need. This essay will predominantly focus on Catholicism and along with the results from research and surveys will seek to discover how important prayer in today’s society...

    Jesus Prayer, Lord's Prayer, Mantra 1318  Words | 4  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction Healing hospital paradigm is a model in health care provision that focuses on recovery and return to wellness of the whole body. This is contrary to the cure model used in traditional hospital which focuses on eradicating the disease. Healing health care focus of the need of the entire being rather than focusing on curing the physical ailment. This concept advances the idea that apart from addressing the physical needs, the healing process should...

    Environment, Health care, Health care provider 1197  Words | 4  Pages

  • Prayer

    Prayer (Salat) And be steadfast in prayer and regular in charity: And whatever good Ye send forth for your souls before you, ye shall find it with Allah: For Allah sees well all that ye do. (Quran 2:110) Salat, usually translated into English as "prayer", is one of the five pillars of Islam. The other four pillars are the Declaration of Faith (Shahadah), charity (Zakah), fasting (Sawm), and the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj). Salat should be performed five times a day: daybreak (Fajr), noon (Zuhr)...

    Allah, Islam, Muhammad 1315  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    diverse field. Two patients with the same diagnosis would have very different plans of care due to the underlying conditions and faith or religious practices involved with each patients healing process. This paper will discuss the healing aspect of three religions: Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism and compare them to the healing aspect of Christianity. Also information important to health care worker when caring for patients of these religions will be discussed. Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity ...

    Christianity, God, God in Christianity 1454  Words | 4  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    continuous debate within the health care field between the scientific and spiritual healing processes. Hospitals focus has shifted recently in that they no longer just treat ailments, but instead hospitals are starting to focus on the healing of the person as a whole (physically, mentally, and spiritually). This paper will address the healing components of a healing hospital and the challenges that form when a healing environment is created. Hospitals have been thought of as places to cure disease...

    Health, Health care, Health insurance 1168  Words | 4  Pages

  • Faith Diversity

    and Islam spiritual perspective on healing. In Christianity, prayer is a way that a person can stay healthy physically, mentally and spiritually. Health is viewed by having a strong spiritual relationship with the Lord and living one's life by the word of God. Buddhist need a balance of health both mentally and physically in order to achieve optimal health. They way that they are able to restore health would be by practicing healthy dietary habits or meditation. Rastafarianism view on health as a...

    Bible, Christianity, Health 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • Transcendentalism and Transcendental Meditation

    Transcendentalism and Transcendental Meditation "The Transcendentalist adopts the whole connection of spiritual doctrine. He believes in miracle, in the perpetual openness of the human mind to new influx of light and power; he believes in inspiration, and in ecstasy."(Emerson 196). These two lines written by Ralph Waldo Emerson exemplify the whole movement of transcendentalist writers and what they believed in. Though to the writers, transcendentalism was a fight for a belief, unknown to them they could...

    Amos Bronson Alcott, Concord, Massachusetts, Henry David Thoreau 1471  Words | 5  Pages

  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Diana Josh GCU Spirituality in Health Care HLT- 310V June 23, 2013 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Today in our society the culture of hospital mainly concentrates on treating symptoms and curing patient physically rather than treating patients as whole. A holistic approach is invented in healing hospital. This paradigm encompasses healing person as a whole by upholding harmony of mind, body and spirit. According to Erie Chapman the president and...

    Healing, Health care, Health care provider 1168  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paragigm

    HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V Healing hospitals should be the focus of America’s healthcare system instead they are on the decline. The typical hospital focuses on getting the patients in and getting them out as quickly as possible to save money and make a profit. They do not focus on providing a healing environment that is patient and family friendly, unlike healing hospitals. The lack of a friendly...

    Healing, Health care, Health care provider 1055  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Inner Healing Prayer

    Christianity Copyright 2007 Christian Association for Psychological Studies 2007, Vol. 26, No. 2, 101-111 ISSN 0733-4273 Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Siang-Yang Tan Graduate School ofPsychology Fuller Theological Seminary This article covers the appropriate and ethical use of prayer including inner healing prayer, and Scripture in a Christian approach to cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Expanded CBT now includes MindfulnessBased Cognitive Therapy...

    Bible, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy 8340  Words | 32  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Betty Cronier Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V Debbie Whitler, BS, MA May 15, 2011 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm As stated by Erie Chapman “healing hospitals” are centers of love characterized by a myriad of wonderful encounters, many small and a few large (2011). This paradigm of such a caring concept focuses on removing stressors for patients, families and caregivers from the clinical environment. These stressors inhibit...

    Cher, Clinical officer, Health care 1301  Words | 4  Pages

  • Buddhist Meditation

    Buddhist Meditation • Buddhism is divided into a number of different traditions including Theravada and Mahayana. A key component of the Buddhist religion is meditation. Buddhists meditate because it helps them to understand Buddha’s teaching. The key beliefs in Buddhism are the four noble truths – 1. All of life is marked by suffering 2. Suffering is caused by desire and attachment 3. Suffering can be eliminated 4. Suffering is eliminated by following the Noble Eightfold path All...

    Buddhism, Dukkha, Four Noble Truths 863  Words | 3  Pages

  • healing hospita

     Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Jodi Subcliff Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Emory Davis November 10, 2013 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm There are many different opinions about what the components of a healing hospital should be. According to Eberst (2008), these components are: “a healing physical environment, the integration of work design and technology, and a culture of “Radical Loving Care” (Eberst, 2008, p. 77). Arizona Medical...

    Environment, Health, Health care 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Care Diversity

    to increase the understanding of spiritual diversity and integrate these beliefs into daily standard practice, the patient is presented with opportunity of receiving spiritual sensitive care. Each person’s ideas and degree of spirituality differ, even amongst the same spiritual group or community. Therefore, each person’s care and spiritual involvement will differ. For simplicity, faith is being defined, as a strong belief in something for which there is no proof. Three deep seeded religions that...

    Christianity, God, Health care 1656  Words | 5  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    The challenges of creating a healing environment and the components of healing hospitals When a new hospital is being planned and built, the main focus is based on the number of beds it will house, the location of each department, how many it will employ and the main item is cost of the project but a healing environment is based on helping the patients feel safe, comfortable and stress free. These hospitals will deal with components or needs which include love, meaning in life, forgiveness and hope...

    Health care, Health care provider, Health insurance 1236  Words | 4  Pages

  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    that Judaism, Baha’i, and Christianity are all religions that believe in one God, the creator of all. This paper lists various components that each of these faiths may use at one time or another to effect healing including prayer, meditation, chanting, the use of healers, etc. This paper also defines what is important to people when cared for by providers whose beliefs differ from their own. Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Health care providers come into contact with patients of many...

    Faith, God, Health care 1872  Words | 5  Pages

  • Health care diversity

    perspectives. Spiritual perspectives and critical components of health will show religious beliefs are apparently diverse but with some similarities. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is to contrast three diverse faiths comparing the philosophy to the Christian perspective. Beliefs chosen are Vodun, also known as Voodoo, Buddhism and Shinto. Addressed will be the spiritual perspective and critical components of healing, along with the importance of caring for...

    Buddhism, Conceptions of God, Faith 1414  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Comparative Analysis of Christianity, Scientology, and Sikhism in Relation to Core Beliefs and the Standard of Care as a Health Provider

    A Comparative Analysis of Christianity, Scientology, and Sikhism in Relation to Core Beliefs and the Standard of Care as a Health Provider Elena Basques Grand Canyon University September 17, 2012 Abstract In the health care field an understanding of an array of religions is needed to provide care an adequate standard of care to patients. In the religious beliefs of Christianity, Scientology, and Sikhism there is great diversity in their practices; however, there is a uniting factor in love...

    Christianity, Health care, Health care provider 1812  Words | 5  Pages

  • Healing Hospitals

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Meghan Weir Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Kristan Farley May 16, 2013 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm As the health care atmosphere changes, there has been a growing interest to closely examine how spirituality, values, and morals contribute to patient outcomes; specifically what it means to truly heal a patient. In the past, medical care was mostly geared towards curing our patients and their illnesses physically....

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1309  Words | 4  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm As health care providers, it is natural to want to heal the patients completely. Today, many people are wanting and needing more from their health care system. The healing hospital paradigm incorporates the process of physical healing, as well as the mind and spiritual healing (Erie Chapman Foundation, 2009). Spirituality is the foundation of the meaning of life. For some, the foundation is built on religion and for others it may include things like music, art...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 1067  Words | 4  Pages

  • Folk Healing

    Long English 102 April 12, 2011 Folk Healing in American Culture Folk Medicine is more than homemade remedies. It is commonly referred to as what we call folklore today. Beliefs and practices thought to treat or cure a disease or ailment with certain roots, spices, plants, or other spiritual rituals linked with superstitions are common in Folk Medicine. To the people that practice folk healing, it is a science based on religious practices and principals. I The passing down of information...

    African American, Alternative medicine, Black people 2109  Words | 6  Pages

  • What Is a Prayer

    What is prayer? Can God really hear me? Are my prayers being answered? Does prayer have power? Can prayer change my life and others? All of these are questions that Christians have daily that they are sometimes unsure of. These are questions from others whom are not believers in God at all. Is there proof that prayer really works? There has been a scientific study that prayer really works. Although they do not correlate that the fact of prayer is not necessary related to any religion it works. There...

    Christianity, God, God in Christianity 2420  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hindu and Buddhist Methods of Meditation

    11/11/2012 Word count: 1,302 Similar But Different: Hindu and Buddhist Meditation Practices This paper is a comparison of Hindu preparations for and execution of meditation rituals as opposed to Buddhist meditation rituals. The ritual in specific we will be looking at the ritual of meditation which is done in many ways for both religions however the basic elements can be examined for their similarities and differences to a satisfactory degree. When Hindus prepare for a ritual the first most...

    Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Gautama Buddha 1487  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Healing Hospital: Serving God and His People

    Running head: THE HEALING HOSPITAL The Healing Hospital: Serving God and His Peopl Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Healthcare HLT 310V August 28, 2011 The Healing Hospital Paradigm The Healing Hospital paradigm does not only bring love and care back to health care but radical loving care to the bedside. This concept, although seemingly progressive, borrows and puts into action theories of such great theorist as Jean Watson that believe in treating the mind, body, and soul (Watson...

    Critical thinking, Health care, Health care provider 1986  Words | 6  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

     Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm The healthcare industry is an environment that is constantly going through changes. With new advancements in technology, newly discovered diseases, drug protocols, and the never ending revolving door of ill patients hospitals are always looking for ways to improve the care provided to individuals. In past years the industry has moved away from bedside care to machines that can do most of the monitors, electronic...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1133  Words | 6  Pages

  • Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V January 20, 2013   Introduction In our quest for providing a wholesome and healing environment for patients today, some hospitals have focused on holistic approaches that encompass the body, mind and soul to incorporate external environment. The model of healing hospital paradigm takes recovery and wellness of a person’s total being into account. Contrary to traditional way of curing diseases, this model concept embellished...

    Concept, Environment, Health care 1136  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Critical Review of Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction

     A Critical Review of Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction Pamela D. McKoy Liberty University Abstract This critical review will attempt to summarize the book “Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction” written by, Dr. Mark R. Laaser. Highlighting...

    Addiction, Disease model of addiction, Human sexual behavior 1665  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Importance of Prayer

    of Prayer Submitted by: La’Tonya A. Brown November 16, 2012 Survey of the New Testament REL 210 - 71B Prayer can be defined as a reverent petition made to God, a god, or another object of worship, or the act of making a reverent petition to God, a god, or another object of worship; an act of communion with God, a god, or another object of worship, such as in devotion, confession, praise, or thanksgiving; a fervent request; the thing requested; or the slightest chance or hope. Prayer can...

    Amen, Christianity, Gospel of Matthew verses 1925  Words | 5  Pages

  • Prayer

    Prayer in public schools has always been a “hot” and controversial topic. It is very emotional, and that makes people passionate about this subject. Prayer should never be included in public schools; prayer in the classroom deviates from the Founding Father’s vision, excludes other religious activities/rituals and ostracizes individuals who do not participate in prayer in the classroom. For generations, children have said the Pledge of Allegiance in school, but many people might not know that...

    Freedom of religion, Meditation, Pledge of Allegiance 739  Words | 3  Pages

  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Sandra Mays Grand Canyon University HLT310V Patricia Mullen September 12, 2010 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm The spirituality in a healing hospital starts with the Chief Executive Officer and spirals downward toward management, and then the frontline employees. Healing hospitals must have a form of culture that serves the community. This includes the building, its contents, the CEO, the managers,...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 1209  Words | 4  Pages

  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    identifying their denomination, beliefs and spiritual practices. With so many different religions, it is difficult to know what our patient’s beliefs and rituals are. So it is important to ask the patient and their family members about their cultural and religious beliefs while hospitalized. Understanding their beliefs can lead to a positive hospital experience. For some, the simple belief in the power of prayer can be displayed. Understanding your patient’s religious beliefs is important because it can...

    Blood transfusion, Health, Health care 1363  Words | 4  Pages

  • Faith Diversity

    Healing Through Equality ABSTRACT The Baha’i, Buddhist, Native American and Christian faiths share many commonalities as this paper will highlight. The importance of the spiritual component of holistic care is vital to healing and awareness of faith diversity helps meet a unified goal. This awareness enhances care for the patient and provides fulfillment to the individual providing the care. Nursing is a unique component of the overall healthcare team in that the nurse...

    Buddhism, Health care provider, Human 1451  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spiritual Healing

    An Exploration of Spiritual Healing Throughout time, mankind has constantly been seeking ways to maintain their health and to cure those that had not been so fortunate in that task. Just about everything has been experimented with as a cure for some type of illness; whether physical or mental. There is also a third type of illness that can and is addressed, which is healing on the spiritual plan. According to research, most of the spiritual healers are concentrated in primitive societies and...

    Alternative medicine, Animism, Ayurveda 1749  Words | 5  Pages

  • Personal and Professional Core Beliefs

    have a sense of individualism. One must define his/her own beliefs and values in life. We are unique just as God created us. One does not have to define who he/she is with scriptures in order to best understand his/her personal and professional beliefs. Our lives are influenced within our environments; our values and beliefs are a continuous growth. God provides individuals with the resources and the tools in life to strengthen our beliefs and validate our values. Nature of Health Because I believe...

    Culture, Faith, Life 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pranic Healing

    Pranic healing can be described as the body’s ability to siphon outside energy as well as the body’s natural energy, and direct it to healing ailments in the body. Life energy, also known as “prana”, is an ancient science and art that dates back to 1987. It was first developed in the Philippines by Master Choa Kok Sui, formerly a trained Chemical Engineer and businessman. Born on August 15, 1952 in Cebu, Philippines, he dedicated his life to finding ways to improve the health of others and studied...

    Chakra, Emotion, Energy 872  Words | 3  Pages

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