There are many misconceptions about energy and spiritual healing. The biggest one, I believe, is that healing is a divine process. Often, people who work with spirit, in this field, separate light and darkness, love and ego, consciousness and Christ consciousness, and yet they preach, ego is the illusion we exist as a separate being. Apparently, the ego mind's function is separation, judgement, and fear, which is the creed, although they'd deny it, of many light workers—that title makes me cringe.
It's fair to say that I have a system of healing that's unique to me. I break everyone else's rules. I see Jesus' spirit and communicate with him in an unrecorded way: he's a simple man, his body odour smells great, he's talked to me about the violence and fear in his life, his imperfect family—like most families—and that he didn't want anyone to worship him or to start a church.
He talked to me about those things because I can heal the energy around those events, and I believed him. When I work with spirit, I want the real Jesus to stand beside me, and I believe that's what happened in my life in 2000.
No matter how many times I tell people I'm a regular guy, they perceive me not to be. Yes, I now have extraordinary experiences with spirit, but I've lived a regular and at time tumultuous life. The emotion and pain in my past doesn't affect my ability to heal, it enhances it. Sitting on a mountain top glowing with light doesn't heal anybody.
Does love heal? How about a parent's love for their child? If it was just love then I'm certain sick children would heal. We love our children, right? What about God's love, source energy, angels, and ascended masters? Don't they love us? Something is missing. The Dalai Lama loves Tibet, but he can't go home. Jesus loves Israel and it's people, but his homeland is a war zone.
If healing isn't successful then it must be something else: a soul contract, karma, or some other esoteric concept we've gleaned from conversations with spirit, ourselves, and the bogeyman. What if healers are responsible, what if our healing modalities and techniques are inadequate? What if we have no idea what we're really doing? I've met lots of healers who claim they know what they're doing and yet their results are minimal or non-existent.
Increasingly, I meet spiritual people who talk about love and compassion, but don't practice it. I don't want to be described or perceived as a spiritualist, so I try to keep myself small. The creating power of consciousness and spirit is vast, but I am small: I make mistakes, I can be impatient, cranky, tough to live with—regular!
Gegu, my guide, and Jesus have told me that my uncle Harry, who is in spirit, is just as powerful a healer as Jesus. What's that spirit dudes, an ordinary man can heal? You don't need a PHD, or accreditation to heal. You don't need to see/sense spirit, angels, demons, energy fields, and you don't need to be psychic or intuitive. Those things will manifest in time.
I believe there is only one thing you need to be able to heal a stranger and that's the answer to this question: do you want to? Know this though, you will not be in control. The creating force of consciousness, the client's soul is in control, healers are observers. The healer's role is important, but it is the smallest part of the process.
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