"Be of good cheer. There are no incurable
diseases," is one of the inspiring messages in this book of dramatic
healing stories from the life of British born spiritual healer, Malcolm
Smith. Renown throughout England and
America as an "ordinary man with an extraordinary gift," Malcolm
narrates a "stranger than fiction" true life account of his more than
20 year career working in what many regard as the most controversial form of
the healing arts -- spirit guided healing.
While Malcolm recounts dramatic accounts of sight and
hearing restored, cancers cured and other incidents where diseases diagnosed as
incurable yielded to his healing touch, he also describes with frankness and
candor the emotional struggles, losses, failures and nearly fatal reversals that
accompanied his decision to dedicate himself 100% to his unusual gift.
Throughout the narrative, as well as a special Question and
Answer interview section, Spiritual Power, Healing Hands provides an intimate
look and fascinating insights into the mysterious arena of spirit guides,
angels, spontaneous healing and psychic phenomena. While some have offered 'the power of
suggestion' as the basis for his cures, Malcolm's success with healing animals,
tiny babies and comatose accident victims appear to rule out
"suggestion" as an explanation of his success, and imply another
force, or energy, is involved. A concluding chapter of first hand testimonials
provides further documentation to his remarkable gifts.