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TNSA Spiritual Healing
What is Spiritual Healing?
TNSA defines Spiritual Healing as a gift from the Creator to every individual, and this
gift is exercised by and through the direction and influence of spiritual beings for the
relief and benefit of both mental and physical diseases of all living things. This gift is
available to all regardless of spiritual awareness.
How is TNSA Spiritual Healing performed?
TNSA Spiritual Healing is contact healing (laying-on-of-hands). The healer places
his/her hands on positions restricted to the area of head and shoulders. Acting only
as a channel of God's healing energy, the healer attunes to spirit guides who direct
healing where it is needed.
Spiritual Healing by TNSA certified healers is available at every TNSA 10:30am
Sunday Service. Reiki Healing and Spiritual Healing is generally available at each
monthly Medium/Psychic Fair held on the last Saturay of each month from 11:00am to
The following two videos were produced by the First Spiritualist Church of Springfield, MA. Rev. John
Sullivan, Pastor has graciously given TNSA permission to use them for teaching purposes and for
publication on this website.
Absent healing is essentially, channeling healing
energies to someone at a distance from the spiritual
healer. With absent healing there is no physical
contact between the healer and the one in need.
However, the spiritual healer still attunes with spirit
guides who are directed to the recipient.
If you are in need of healing, or know someone who
could benefit from spiritual healing, please send TNSA
your request by using the form to the left. All requests
will be given to TNSA spiritual healers for absent
healing sessions to take place at TNSA's monthly
Evening of Spiritual Healing.
All requests are strictly confidential and will be known
only to the spiritual healers and administrators of our
healing program. Requests will be disposed of after
the absent healing session.
The National Spiritual Alliance is designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) public
charity religious/church corporation. Your donations to TNSA are tax-deductible under both federal and