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"Perhaps if we spent as much time in the medical and religious professions in studying health and wholeness as we do in studying disease and sin and evil, we'd have a completely different result," proposes Evarts Loomis, M.D., in "Conversations Between a Doctor and a Minister." with the Reverend J. Sig Paulson. Dr. Loomis is widely viewed as the founder of the American holistic healing movement.

"We must not pass on our own dread of disease processes to our patients, by giving them bad prognoses and instilling more apprehension in them," Loomis continues, "We must spend enough time in our own daily discipline so that we conquer fear and replace it with joy and love, which are essential parts of our own being, seen not only through our words but in our every act and in everything that we emanate. The patient is going to catch this emanation, and when we carry this presence with us the patient can't help but benefit."

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