17 Its Not So Easy To Be a Healer!

Its Not So Easy To Be a Healer!

Posted on September 23, 2011 by team


When the best doctors of a country admit that they can't cure our illness, we go to folk healers and ask them for help. Most people treat them with fear and mistrust, the cured worship them and even doctors sometimes consult them.


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Thirty kilometers away from Aktobe, in the village of Prigorodny, with a population of no more than 150 people, there lives an old woman named Nina. The rumors about her gift have spread all over the country. They say, she set some really seriously ill people on their feet. Those people who were refused to be treated in the country's best hospitals and were about to be sent abroad.

By the age of 85 Nina had already lost count of how many people she healed. The gift which she adopted from her mother at 37 years old helped her to heal various patients, regardless of their social status.

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17 Responses to “Its Not So Easy To Be a Healer!”

  1. adsrwed says:

    She’s a Witch!

  2. neblogenso says:

    Believe it or not, these things really work. One old healer helped me to get rid of sickness too.

  3. Pokapika says:

    there is no spirits and magic, there is only physics and chemistry.

  4. YJ says:

    Well if you believe in it, I don’t see why it will not work.

  5. moo says:

    Sometimes thinking your healed actually heals you.

  6. Osip says:

    Bless her heart.

  7. Verto says:

    A gift from God.God bless her.

  8. alessio says:

    God bless Nina and her family

  9. Comrade says:

    I wish all the best for her! God bless her!

  10. EG says:

    it doesn’t matter how it works, as long as people getting helped, and nobody gets greedy .

  11. Leigh says:

    Traditionally, many of our forefathers and mothers had these gifts, seer, healer, men and woman of knowledge. These things will return to the people of the world in the future. A lot of modern medicines are simply the active chemicals in herbs, barks and flowers used in older medicines, but companies alter the compound a little so that it becomes “property” and can be sold at high marked up prices. This is what was done with Willow bark.. we call that “asprine” now. I hope whom ever she chooses excepts the healing ways.

  12. Richard says:

    Where can I find this lady? I need to see her!

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