Born to Heal by Tony Hogan
Information: 245 pages, paperback
They say: When I look back at all the wonderful healings that have taken place over the years, I think of how privileged I am to have been born with such a wonderful gift.
He was born wrapped in a caul and fighting for his life, but as soon as she saw him the old nurse knew that Tony Hogan was 'rare and special'. Yet many years were to pass and adventures take place before Tony himself discovered his true vocation: he had been born to heal.
This is the autobiography of an extraordinary man who has devoted his life to restoring health and happiness to all those who come to him. In Born to Heal, Tony takes us with him on the colourful journey from his childhood roots in rural Ireland, cared for by his formidable yet wise grandmother, through his turbulent youth in Dublin, to his wonderful success as one of Ireland's leading spiritual healers.
Lyrical and warm, thoughtful and challenging, Born to Heal combines fascinating stories with practical guidance for everyone who wants to heal - and be healed.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallThis is a lovely book that manages, despite its mere 246 pages, to accomplish several tasks. Firstly, it is something of an autobiography. It tells the story of the extraordinary life and development of a man who was born into sickness but who made his life into something exceptional and became one of the most successful spiritual healers of our generation. Secondly, it is the conveying of insight and wisdom concerning our own health and perception of it from someone who has years of experience in dealing with ill health. Thirdly, for others who have sought to develop their own healing skills, this book examines different techniques for dealing with various conditions and situations.
The style of writing in this book is simple and direct. The theory is never allowed to overwhelm the reader as it is full of illustrations from the writer's own healing career. It gives a fascinating insight into the motivation that drives someone to give so much to so many. There is also extra material on the use of vitamins and minerals, techniques for absent healing, the reality of the spirit world, and strategies for self-healing. Within these pages is discovered a very human and warm-hearted individual who has been the source of inspiration for many and yet who humbly accepts his talent as merely the vehicle for something greater working through him. He was known to Harry Edwards, the most famous healer of modern times, and, in Tony Hogan, we have someone else who has needfully carried the torch for the power of healing. I very strongly recommend this book to anybody with an interest in healing in any way.