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by Dean Kraft

ePub A Touch of Hope download
Author:
Dean Kraft
ISBN13:
978-0399143892
ISBN:
0399143890
Language:
Publisher:
Putnam Adult; 1 edition (April 6, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Occult & Paranormal
ePub file:
1977 kb
Fb2 file:
1981 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
504

This is an book about the amazing true story about how the energy healer Dean Kraft. The book starts in his youth where he describes how he found out about his talents and his struggle to come to terms with his destiny.

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A Touch of Hope book. The true story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary power to heal  . Included in the book are the mostcommonly asked questions about Dean Kraft's work and other healing methods; a blue print to help readers heal themselves; and an illustrated series of exercises for those who want to learn his healing methods.

by Dean Kraft and Rochelle Kraft.

A Touch of Hope : The Autobiography of a Laying-on-of-Hands Healer.

Books written by Dean Kraft & Rochelle Kraft. First there was Portrait of a Psychic Healer by Dean Kraft in 1981. Of the most documented healer of our time. Then, A touch of Hope in 1998. A third book will be coming out at the end of this year. More books that reference Dean Kraft are included. A Touch of Hope by Dean Kraft & Rochelle Kraft. Portrait of a Psychic Healer. Hardcover by Putnam, 1981. Softcover by Berkley, 1982. Hardcover by Putnam, 1998 A Selection of. The Literary Guild . A Touch of Hope. Softcover by Berkley, 1999 Translated and printed in Italian.

Rochelle Kraft, Dean Kraft. In 1972, a young man named Dean Kraft discovered his ability to heal with his hands. He was mystified by his own power - but he knew that, whatever its origin, it had to be used to help others

Rochelle Kraft, Dean Kraft. He was mystified by his own power - but he knew that, whatever its origin, it had to be used to help others. Since that time, he has practiced what is known as "laying on of hands" - first on family and friends, and later on an expanding client list including artists, medical professionals, and celebrities.

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Hands-on healer Dean Kraft struggles for many years to come to terms with his abilities and deal with the skepticism of the medical profession. Title: A Touch of Hope (TV Movie 1999).

The subject of numerous scientific studies, the author reveals the techniques he uses to heal with his hands, a mysterious ability he has practiced on such celebrities as Yoko Ono and John Lennon, and answers common questions about his gift.
  • The good: Dean's compassion shows and I love hearing his story and getting to know him a little better. Since I am an energy healer as well, I identify with many of his questions and the situations he has encountered. I appreciate Dean's contributions to the credibility of the field and would love to hear more from him.

    Less good: Dean's recommendations to only use energy healing for minor issues or as a last result. Energy Healing is actually beneficial and works in tandem with any other healing therapy. I also felt at some points that Dean was putting others down for not submitting themselves to the scrutiny he has endured. He seems to feel a real need to prove himself and to have others prove themselves as well.

    The book is worth reading as an interesting biography. I'm not sure it could actually teach someone to help to heal themselves or another, but it's worth a try.

  • This is an book about the amazing true story about how the energy healer Dean Kraft. The book starts in his youth where he describes how he found out about his talents and his struggle to come to terms with his destiny. He then describes his interesting path from thereon and how he kept developing his skills. The book ends with some practical self-healing exercises. This book is very well written, very interesting and engaging, a fun and entertaining read and also eye-opening as it makes a great case for non-conventional energy healing methods. I have read many books about this subject and this is one of my favorites.

  • I could not put the book down. It's a great read, and can provide hope for many. This couple seems amazing, and it's a shame that Dean has apparently stopped or slowed his practice.

  • This book does nothing for me! Basically over blown and written for showing Dean as this awesome ealer, whihc for someone charging the fess he did, just not acceptable!

  • I saw this movie and it seemed very hopeful and I thought the real book would make a great gift, however, the person I bought it for just left it in the garage and never read it...perhaps not the greatest gift after all.

  • All these reviews are curious. Most comment on Dean's healing practice, and not on the book. Why does amazon allow this?

    The negative reviews mostly lambaste Dean for not helping them. But do such people have any idea of how overwhelming it must be to have thousands of people begging for help? I know a healer, and she has to work hard at not being totally drained by people and their needs. Jesus had the same problem. Dean may be gifted, but he's only human.

    As for the outrage over what Dean charges (purportedly $750 a session), this is peanuts as compared to what a hospital stay might cost...or death. I'd gladly sell my house to be healed from a painful, debilitating illness. And in a day and age when TV stars and sports figures receive tens of millions, $750 seems even more like peanuts for the gift of healing.

    For those who Dean couldn't help, (he admits to not being able to help heal everybody), I wonder how anger impedes such a process? Many of reviews are so filled with anger! I cannot imagine anything more destructive to health.

    Reviewers denounce Dean for working only two weekends a month. If true, so what? Perhaps that's all he can do at this point in his life (his book repeatedly states how draining healing can be for the healer). After twenty-five-years of helping others, I suspect that Dean needs the down time. Better he be available four days than no days.

    In the wonderful movie RESURRECTION (with Ellen Burstyn, 1980), Burstyn portrays a healer who flees from humanity in order to protect herself. She still does healings, but totally anonymously. People have no idea of who she is, or of her gifts. All they know is that they've been mysteriously healed. I can appreciate such a struggle, and wonder if Dean will grow to feel the same way.

    Anyway, back to the book. I recommend it for several reasons, but perhaps most because I like the IDEA that hand-on-healing is possible. In a world increasing gone mad, this book offers wondrous possibilities for humanity.