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Healtheology

One of the fields of study offered by the American Institute of Holistic Theology, a nonaccredited correspondence school in Youngstown, Ohio. The institute defines “Healtheology” as “a theological science of health, espousing the concept that health and theology have a common ground.” Healtheology encompasses acupressure, angelic healing, aromatherapy, Ayurveda, breathwork, color therapy, crystal healing, herbalism, homeopathy, hypnosis, music therapy, polarity healing (polarity balancing), psychic healing, reflexology, shamanism, shiatsu, Therapeutic Prayer, transpersonal psychology, vibrational healing (vibrational medicine), and yoga. Its theory posits a soul with a threefold purpose: to experience, learn, and express itself. Practitioners are called “Healtheologists.”
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