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The theme is from the title of the book, “Healing is in the Spirit: Guided Spiritual Meditations for Healing & Maintaining Wellness” (Khamit Media Trans Visions, Inc) written by Ra Un Nefer Amen. Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen is a world renowned, best selling author, lecturer, spiritual teacher, health practitioner and counsellor. He is the Shekhem Ur Shekhem (King of Kings) and Ashem Ur Ashemu (Chief Priest) of the Ausar Auset Society International (AASI) which he founded in Harlem, USA more than 40 years ago. In those 40 years, Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen 1 serves as Chief Priest, spiritual teacher and counselor of this international community, he has been extremely successful in guiding it's members towards the accomplishment of living, healthy successful lives in a truly holistic sense. Based on the ancient Kamitic spiritual teachings, he provides incomparable knowledge and guidance on the proper development of the spirit, mind and body.

Quotes from
Healing is in the Spirit: Guided Spiritual Meditations for Healing & Maintaining Wellness

“Stressful experiences have been established as major "causes" of illness by overwhelming evidence. It is a common experience for people to be well and become ill following a stressful experience. It is not uncommon to see people take good care of themselves, eat organic foods, avoid toxins of all types (tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, food additives, pesticides in foods, etc.) and still come down sick following a major bout with stress.”

“The key to healing resides in the divine spirit in man. How to tap into this faculty for our well being is the objective of this book and guided meditation CD to teach the readers.”

“One approach was put in place by the Ancient Egyptians, and the other by the Taoist Sages of China. For many reasons, the great contributions of these people to the advancement of knowledge and the well being of the world have gone totally unnoticed in the case of the Ancient Egyptians and unappreciated and minimally understood in the case of the Taoist Sages.”

“The fundamental principles. and methods of spiritual healing of the Ancient Egyptians were applications of the system of the Paut Neteru - a schematic diagram of the chief components of the mind. A partial understanding of this system was elaborated by the Hebrew Cabalists into the Tree of Life. The fundamental principles and methods of spiritual healing of the Taoist Sages are to be found in the proper understanding of Medical Qi Gong”