Translation of healing in Spanish:


curativo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhilɪŋ//ˈhiːlɪŋ/


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    (in conventional treatment) curativo
    (in alternative treatment) sanador
    • For the closing ceremony, Monroe called upon the elder midwives to come into a healing circle.
    • They believed the water had special healing powers.
    • Indeed, a healing touch is required to retrieve the alienated Kashmiris.
    • In traditional crystal healing knowledge, crystals are associated to chakras by their colour.
    • Apligraf produced a higher healing rate in their patient population.
    • It is a key to understanding how to assist the immense natural healing capacities of the body.
    • Both of you will benefit from these gentle healing herbs.
    • Adequate protein intake is essential for proper wound healing.
    • The healing relationship is fundamental for the practicing psychologist.
    • Commonly, these also had a snake nursery where snakes were bred for use for the healing ceremonies.
    • The Istanbul meeting was supposed to be another step in a healing process.
    • People who have lived in the rainforest for generations know about the healing characteristics of plants that grow there.
    • Here is a trio of our healing favorites from around the globe.
    • Fiberglass casts with waterproof liners allow children to continue bathing or even go swimming during the healing process.
    • Terrence had undergone several such healing sessions in recent weeks, according to court documents.
    • The cartilage is considered to provide good re-enforcement for the healing tympanic membrane.
    • The healing power of essential oils is the main attraction in aromatherapy.
    • Already the Park Service is telling us how healing the memorial is.
    • Depending upon this time/space locus, there will be certain helpers which assist in this healing process.
    • A number of hospitals are now setting up pranic healing centres to promote holistic healing.


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    (in conventional treatment) curación feminine
    (in alternative treatment) sanación feminine
    • Indigenous peoples use them for very serious purposes, often having to do with healing.
    • Their own need for healing is part of what allows them to become agents of grace to others.
    • This negative energy interfered with the healing, I suppose.
    • The legacy of residential schools created a desperate need for healing.
    • The way a crystal is formed directly influences its potential for healing.
    • World healing begins with the individual who welcomes the other.
    • I was beginning to get the idea that I was the right person for spiritual healing.
    • Clearly, there is a great need for healing of inner wounds, whatever their source.
    • More than two hundred years later, we still find extraordinary claims being made about magnetic healing.
    • Most athletes show complete healing within three to five months.
    • We are all on a path of healing.
    • We are all pretty familiar with these three areas; however, there is a fourth area, which is called inner healing.
    • Reiki channels energy through the hands - directly or distantly to bring healing.
    • Psychology can offer better healing of inner wounds in this new Fear War.
    • In the overruling providence of God, the troubling may prepare the way for healing.
    • An essay on the site signed Pastor Bob states that the Bible calls for healing by faith alone.
    • To create a new life, the Parkers made five key transitions that facilitated healing.
    • The mechanism by which reduction in edema improves wound healing is not clear.
    • A substance in rice called ferulic acid may improve the healing of the digestive system, says Rouse.
    • Two separate analyses indicate that spiritual healing is associated with positive emotions more often than negative emotions.