NICABM Spirituality in Healing

NICABM Spirituality in Healing

Dear Colleague,

In every human being there is a hidden wholeness – a larger self that can be nurtured. We lead our patients there when we go beyond traditional practice to deeply encounter the vast possibilities of the human spirit.

This is healing – to reach into the heart of humanity, one soul at a time and help our patients grow into new dreams for what is possible.

Isn’t reaching for what’s possible in life why we were drawn to help people in the first place?

That’s why we’ve brought together the world’s top experts in one extraordinary comprehensive training program to examine how to integrate spirituality into our work.

Fierce Grace: Finding Courage and Compassion through Challenge
Ram Dass, PhD
Author of Still Here and beloved spiritual teacher

Why letting go of past attachments can strengthen our soul
Why mindfulness can help us counteract the fear of aging
How to identify with your soul more than your role
How “making friends” with change transforms the aging process
How “fierce grace” enters our lives and why it brings spiritual opportunity
Why it’s crucial to avoid getting caught up in your patient’s “karma”

Fire in the Soul – Positive Spiritual Practices for Healing
Joan Borysenko, PhD
Author of Fried: Why You Burn Out and How to Revive and president of Mind/Body Health Sciences, Inc.

Five steps of forgiveness for converting wounds into wisdom
The high toll that holding a grudge can take on health
Three symptoms of professional burnout and how to reverse them
How crisis kicks us into authenticity and opens doors to healing
A three-part rite of passage through the “dark night of the soul”
The stage between “no longer” and “not yet”
Why the “rush to safety” damages your patients’ potential for transformation

The Extraordinary Experience of Ordinary Life
Caroline Myss, PhD
Author of Entering the Castle, medical intuitive, and founder of the educational institute CMED

The downside of ignoring the impact of spirituality on health
Why we need to surrender to the unknown in order to truly heal
Why gravity anchors and unfinished business can trap us in the past
How we can repair our culture’s unhealthy relationship to suffering
How to choose being better over being bitter
Two important strategies for building a spiritual life

Recapturing the Soul of Medicine
Rachel Naomi Remen, MD
Author of Kitchen Table Wisdom, medical director of Commonweal, and clinical professor at San Francisco School of Medicine

The profound implications of the unknown in medicine
How illness can give us new eyes and initiate spiritual growth
Tending the spirit during cancer – why it’s critical and what it accomplishes
Why spiritual care is more vital to the practice of medicine than we realize
One easy way to find even greater meaning in your work

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