In the wake of the Boston bombings, there have been some reports of people claiming to have Iiba certification.
Iiba certifications are generally considered to be a form of spiritual and mental health training.
I have been a registered practitioner for over a decade and am a registered psychologist.
A recent poll conducted by ABC News found that 74% of Americans have at least one form of Iiba Certification.
Many of these people also claim to have a spiritual connection to the bombing victims.
People claim to be Iiba Certified when they attend services or receive a call from someone who has a spiritual or mental connection to a person who has been injured.
There are also claims that people can receive a ‘spiritual certification’ when they meet someone who is experiencing a spiritual crisis.
These claims are based on different interpretations of the word ‘Iibai’.
The first of these interpretations is that ‘Iibi’ is the Arabic word for ‘spirit’.
Many believe that the word is the Hebrew word for spiritual experience, while others believe that it is a translation of the Arabic term ‘Ihab’.
It is also possible that the two words have been combined into a single word, as the Hebrew ‘Iba’ means ‘spirit’ or ‘spiritive’.
Iba is the plural form of the Hebrew term ‘iba’, which is a name for a group of people.
The term ‘spirituality’ was also used to describe the state of being spiritual, but in a modern sense, it refers to a combination of two or more qualities.
When a person experiences a spiritual experience in a therapeutic setting, it is often thought of as a spiritual health and wellbeing training.