Publisher/Manufacturer: Meccacentric Da'Wah Group (2007) Product specifications: DVD approximate running time 7 Hours Item type: Lecture DVD - Set of 6 DVDS
Do you seek health? What is health? How do you become healthy? What is the Islamic perspective of health and how do you achieve it? In this series, renowned natural healer, Hakim Archuletta, takes you on a journey into a wonderfully refreshing perspective of natural health, a timely topic as many people are now discovering the benefits of alternative medicine.
Whether you are a health professional, serious student of alternative medicine or simply seeking a more fulfilling spiritual and healthy life, this series will prove a valuable addition to your library. What are some of the fundamental ways that our modern lifestyle has negatively affected our health? What is the significance of hamd (praise) and shukr (thanks) in our physical health? What can we do to achieve wholeness and reconnect with ourselves, our Creator, and all of creation? And why is this important for real health? The speaker, whose studies took him across the world, answers these and many other questions during this three-day seminar in Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. Many fascinating topics are explored such as new approaches to trauma therapies, energy medicine and the four humors. He explains the concept of hikmah (simple truths) and the principles of "Prophetic" medicine and shares anecdotes from his many years as a healer. This seminar is full of eye-opening information that may change the way you look at all medicine and your health. Hakim reveals "secrets" of healing, exposes the modern-day conspiracy against health and places natural healing within the context of the Islamic tradition. And as a bonus, he demonstrates practical exercises to perform which can help you in recovering sensation, reconnecting to yourself and ultimately becoming a more whole and healthy human being.
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Product Reviews for Natural Health and the Islamic Tradition (6 DVD Boxed Set) Hakim Archuletta