"Divine Healing: Gods and Myths Across Cultures"

"The Role of Gods in Healing: Myths and Beliefs. In diverse cultures, gods held a vital role in the healing process. Greek mythology featured Asclepius, whose serpent-entwined staff became a symbol of medicine. Hinduism's Dhanvantari emerged from the ocean holding a vessel of nectar for immortality and healing. The Aztecs revered Xipe Totec, a god associated with rejuvenation. These myths illustrated a connection between the divine and the human pursuit of wellness. Through rituals, offerings, and prayers to these deities, ancient civilizations sought solace in the idea that supernatural forces could intervene to restore health and balance."

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