Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?

Healing in the Gospels

Georg Kühlewind; Translated by Michael Lipson

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Meditations to develop an understanding of Jesus' healing in the Bible, and how we might heal ourselves.

216 x 138 mm
Lindisfarne Books
Mind, Body, Spirit; Religion & Spirituality
96 pages
Publication date:
23 Oct 2008


'Wilt thou be made whole?' is the question Jesus addresses to the paralyzed man who had waited in vain for years at the pool of Bethesda. Finally he says, 'Take up your bed and walk.'

This thoughtful book asks what power within ourselves Jesus's call can awaken, that can help make us whole and healthy. Kühlewind presents meditations to help the reader think about Jesus's various psychological and physical healing in the Bible. These exercises lead us to a new, deeper understanding of the healing process, and how we might heal ourselves.


Georg Kühlewind (1924-2006) was a Hungarian philosopher and teacher who was inspired by Rudolf Steiner's spiritual science. He was the author of numerous books and lectured around the world. He died in January 2006 at the age of 83.

Michael Lipson, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who teaches meditation. His work combines the insights of Rudolf Steiner and those of Zen Buddhism. He has written widely on consciousness, human development and meditative practice.

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