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Henri Nouwen in The Wounded Healer [2] describe the condition people in our generation are in; 1. And some of Sister's advice -- on relationships, on accepting others, on hospitality, on seeing Christ in the stranger -- was excellent. Siddha theory posits five mahabhutas (see "prakrtika cikitsa"). They are also registered to their appropriate professional bodies. In Gestalt therapy there is a constant and careful emphasis on what the patient does and how it is done.

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