Hijama vs. Cupping No Ijaaza, No Hijama Understanding and Protecting the Ancient Art of Hijama Therapy

Hijama vs Cupping No Ijaaza No Hijama Understanding and Protecting the Ancient Art of Hijama Therapy Ijaaza is an old almost forgotten apprentice system whereby an aspirant studies under the tutelage of a master artisan who has a connection to the prophetic source of the tradition The goal of the Hij

  • Title: Hijama vs. Cupping No Ijaaza, No Hijama Understanding and Protecting the Ancient Art of Hijama Therapy
  • Author: James M. McConnell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ijaaza is an old almost forgotten apprentice system whereby an aspirant studies under the tutelage of a master artisan who has a connection to the prophetic source of the tradition The goal of the Hijama Master is to ascertain if a student has the innate calling and the moral aptitude required to be able to get out of the way so that the true healer of all illness can floIjaaza is an old almost forgotten apprentice system whereby an aspirant studies under the tutelage of a master artisan who has a connection to the prophetic source of the tradition The goal of the Hijama Master is to ascertain if a student has the innate calling and the moral aptitude required to be able to get out of the way so that the true healer of all illness can flow through his her vessel like water through a channel running to its destination.

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