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Friends Fellowship of Healing

Friends Fellowship of Healing

A UK Quaker Group

Upholding the cause of the healing ministry within the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain, and practising healing for the benefit of those in need.

FFH is a UK Registered Charity, No. 284459

 

 

 

 

   

 


Quaker Spiritual Healers

The Quaker Spiritual Healers is a sub-group of Friends Fellowship of Healing, inaugurated in 2001. It adheres closely to the Quaker ethos of simplicity, and directness of approach to the divine source of all healing.

The group is fully insured through the specialist insurers Balens of Great Malvern, and it adheres to a strict code of conduct.

The group was formed because so many people nowadays feel the inspiration to offer `hands-on'  or contact healing, and, following the example of George Fox and other early Friends, are led to offer their time and service to others.

There are three types of membership:

  1. Full healers
  2. Probationer healers
  3. Associate members

All members are required to be fully paid-up members of the Friends Fellowship of Healing. As such they can then apply to become full healer members of the QSH, if they are already practising full healer members of another recognised healing association; or they can take the four-day course which is run by two co-tutors twice a year, and then apply to become probationer members. This is followed by a (discretionary) two year probationary period.

The purpose of healing is to bring the body, mind and spirit into harmony and allow the body's own natural healing process to function, so creating wholeness and a restoration to health. It can be given for any illness or injury.

It is particularly good for relieving stress, and Penny Brohn Cancer Care centre (formerly the Bristol Cancer Help Centre) recommends it as the primary alternative therapy in the fight against cancer. Both physical and psychological problems may well respond to it.

It may not always cure an illness, but healing often alleviates pain, puts problems into perspective. and improves the quality of life.

There is always some benefit from receiving spiritual healing: it may be a change in one's attitude of mind to the presented problem; it may bring an ability to cope; or it may bring the greatest gift of all, peace of mind.

Further Information

For further information on finding a spiritual healer or to become an accredited spiritual healer, please contact:

QSH Membership Secretary

Stephen Feltham
6 Ferris Place
Bournemouth BH8 0AU

Tel 01202 532 601

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