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"First of all, the healer must be one with the Earth. He has had to find the time to understand himself through the eyes of nature, learning who he is and where he fits in. He has had to break down the barriers that keep him separated from the natural world so that there is no inner or outer dimension. His prime source of understanding and knowledge must come to him from the Earth, and he must realize that he is nothing more than a hollow vessel that the Earth uses to heal. He listens with his heart not with his head, and he truly cares for people. He loves his enemies, for he believes that no matter what you send out, so too will you get in return. His care toward the land and his brothers and sisters is a powerful driving force. He is not only a healer of people but a healer of animals, plants, and Earth. His power can be felt in the love he has for his patient and the faith he has in the Creator."

-- Field Guide to Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants

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Course Prerequisites

Philosophy 1

Course Description

As Tom wrote in the chapter, “The Healing”, Grandfather’s touch was his trademark. The power of that touch has been discussed briefly in certain Philosophy classes, but there is much more to the process, the healing technique, and the philosophy behind it. In this class Tom will explore the power, the healing, and the awesome wisdom behind that touch, as well as a deeper understanding of the philosophy and process which defines and drives it. These touch techniques and skills have never before been taught or defined in any Philosophy class, not even to Tom’s original Coyote Thunder Medicine Society, and because the “Power of the Touch” philosophy is so powerful and not easily defined, much will have to be taught by example rather than through words.