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by B. Anne Gehman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984304738, Paperback)

The past comes to the rescue as a Washington, D.C,, reporter/talk show host and a spiritual medium turn back the clock on self-help, pointing readers in the direction of history in order to help them heal from physical, psychological and spiritual ailments. In this thoroughly researched book, Anne Gehman and Ellen Ratner give credence to the pioneers who risked their lives, homes and reputations to bring us some of the most effective alternative treatments ion self-help and spirituality known today. Together Ratner and Gehman explore the lives, ideologies, philosophies and dozen of history's greatest healers, among them names we know like John Appleseed, Anton Mesmer and others that may surprise you. Meet them all in the pages of this enlightening book.

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"A Washington, D.C., reporter/talk show host and a spiritual medium turn back the clock on self-help, pointing readers in the direction of history in order to help them heal from physical, psychological, and spiritual ailments." -- Back cover.

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