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Born blind and declared incurably blind after a series of childhood operations left him with only a slight ability to discern light and shadow, Meir Schneider remained convinced that his handicap was not permanent. As a teenager, he began work with two teachers who gave him exercises and techniques to reverse his blindness. Within four years he had gained a remarkable degree of vision and begun to develop a system of therapeutic exercise combining movement, breathing, and mental imagery. He also began working with people whose physical problems ranging from chronic headaches to polio and muscular dystrophy, inspiring them with his example, enthusiasm, and faith. Miraculous recoveries ensued.

Sections in the book give specific guidelines for back problems, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, breathing, eye problems, and muscular dystrophy. Movement for Self-Healing parallels the stories of Schneider and the people he has worked with, detailing his holistic methods of stimulating the natural healing powers of the body, offering a practical guide to specific exercises, and articulating a profound message of inspiration and hope.

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Born blind, Meir Schneider was convinced that his handicap was not permanent. As a teenager, he worked with two teachers who gave him exercises and techniques to reverse his blindness. In four years he gained a remarkable degree of vision. This is the story of Meir's quest to heal his blindness.

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Born blind and declared incurable after a series of childhood operations, Meir Schneider remained convinced that his disability was not permanent. This book details Schneider's methods of stimulating the natural healing powers of the body, with specific guidelines.

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ISBN:
9781932073003
Author:
Schneider, Meir
Publisher:
New World Library
Author:
Schneider, Meir
Location:
Novato, Calif.
Subject:
General
Subject:
Alternative Therapies
Subject:
Physical Impairments
Subject:
Allied Health Services - Physical Therapy
Subject:
Mind and body
Subject:
Self-care, health
Subject:
Holistic Medicine
Subject:
Blind
Subject:
Mind and body therapies
Subject:
Exercise therapy
Subject:
HEALTH & FITNESS / Physical Impairments
Subject:
Health and Medicine-Alternative
Edition Number:
2
Edition Description:
Second Edition
Series Volume:
88-2
Publication Date:
20040431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
50 line drawings
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in 10 lb

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"Synopsis" by , Born blind, Meir Schneider was convinced that his handicap was not permanent. As a teenager, he worked with two teachers who gave him exercises and techniques to reverse his blindness. In four years he gained a remarkable degree of vision. This is the story of Meir's quest to heal his blindness.
"Synopsis" by , Born blind and declared incurable after a series of childhood operations, Meir Schneider remained convinced that his disability was not permanent. This book details Schneider's methods of stimulating the natural healing powers of the body, with specific guidelines.
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