When Angie Buxton-King's young son, Sam, was diagnosed with leukaemia, he (and the family) started a long journey through the traditional medical routes, chemotherapy etc. However, Angie's training as a "healer" also came into play. As she used her skills to help Sam through his treatment, doctors were amazed at how few side effects he suffered. In this book, she tells of her journey to become a healer, Sam's journey through his illness, and, after his death, her success at persuading the NHS to employ her as a healer - she now works in the haematology unit at University College Hospital in London. The second part of the book covers case studies and practical advice and exercises for meditation and healing for the reader to learn some of the techniques themselves to enable healing and self-healing. This is a practical and inspirational manual for anyone suffering from emotional or physical pain, life-threatening illness or who is involved in caring for others.