What to expect from a healing?
Healing is a process! It is not a miraculous turn around. There have been occasions when those who have practiced hands on healing have completely reversed the ailment of the client. Yet, this too is a process. As one continues to accept the notion of worthiness to be healed, does one travel further into one's own respective process. As one who practices hands on healing, and probing within the inner self, I always suggest to the client that healing will take place as quickly as, or as slowly as the client is available and ready to go through the particular aspect of self which requires attention. Therefore, once again keep an OPEN mind and heart, and be willing to facilitate your own process within your openness.
I am positive that all of us have and maintain a different perception as to what it implies to be healed, or as to what it implies to be a healer. The North American ideal notion of healing has gravitated mainly towards the ingestion of pharmaceuticals with the hope and prayer that all aspects of an ailment would be eradicated. Yet interestingly enough if one were to look upon the history or the evolution of Western approach to medicine/healing, one would clearly agree that it has come a long way from the days of blood letting.
It is also fair to suggest that with the influx of different cultural influences on the consciousness of the Western world, the approach to medicine continues to evolve. In a way, one could say that the approach to medicine or healing in the Western world is reverting itself back to the days when societies relied mainly on the herbs extracted from the greatest healer there is, namely mother earth. It has long been believed, that all remedies, to whatever ailment that would arise within our world, are found in some aspect of the physical world.
It seems, that as a society that deems itself to be of a higher standard in all respects of evolutionary thought, we in the Western world are having to do some catching up, or rather back tracking in order to go forward. That is to say, that perhaps healing of the physical body is not enough to induce complete or total healing.
It is safe to say that our brethren in the Eastern approach to medicine and or healing, have always maintained that healing really implies the approach to the total self; to heal namely the spirit, intellect, emotions, as well as the physical body. In doing so, the healing process becomes one of integration of all aspects of one's psyche. This in turn allows each individual to facilitate his or her own healing, and to fully be trusting of the inner, as well as, outer movement of life. Simply, one is more able to be proactive in his or her approach to his or her own healing, trusting his or her inner guidance system, or if you will, his or her intuitive self.
Having said this, it has also become abundantly clear to our society as a whole, namely humanity, that perhaps an amalgamation of both streams of thought, Western and Eastern approach, is in the best interest of all concerned. Much can be said about the scientific research that takes place from the Western approach to medicine, for it is through this mechanism of research that many ailments that have plagued us, have been managed.
It is time however to acknowledge the integration of the total self; to align all aspects of the psyche to truly heal. It is time to acknowledge our force of electro-magnetic, bio-chemical energy, labeled soul, higher being, higher mind, or enlightened self. These are the beliefs of the beholder. In my approach to offering healing, I ask the client to be the total facilitator to his or her respective process of healing. I do NOT have a medical background in order to diagnose particular ailments.
Instead, as one who is highly trained in seeing, feeling, hearing, or rather sensing energy, I believe in helping the client integrate different idioms of thought, in order to understand his or her plight of attunement with self, or if you will, attunement with the spirit of God within him or her. I further believe that all ailments arise from the inner self, and represent, in many ways, a withholding of Love or a withholding of God from the real self. I certainly do not advocate that one must choose to use this form of healing over any other. Yet what I am suggesting, is that one be open enough to see the reality of all aspects of one's own psyche, and to integrate, and to not isolate by choosing any one modality of healing over another.
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