Monday 22 August 2011

Rocking the Baby!

I have these phrases that I use to describe aspects of my work. Often, during healing's, I see my client's energy-bodies sit up out of the physical body. These bodies interact with me, not Simon the man, but with my soul, or the spirit overlaid in my energy field. At times, even though I'm aware of the position and pose of my body, I feel like an angel. Sometimes I can even feel wings. Are they real?

The client's energy-body embraces me and often I feel, and see that I'm cradling the client in my arms – rocking the baby. Occasionally, clients will tell me that they also experienced this. It's a powerful moment. I also hear a voice in my mind soothing the client, “Shh, baby, shh.”

Sometimes I'll say this out loud: if the client is crying or I'm seeing childhood trauma, teen abuse, violence, addictive self harming behaviours. I call my children babe, and I wonder if the voice uses those words because they're mine, or angels talk like that too.
 My neighbour's tree.

North Pine dam. 20 minutes down the road.
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Saturday 13 August 2011

What's in a Name?

I did a presentation at the Geelong Christian Spiritual Church today and afterwards a member of the congregation, a woman in her seventies, shared an interesting tale with me. She started by thanking me for the healing she'd received, and at first I thought she was talking about today and during the presentation. She'd recently visited her doctor to have a large raised itchy mole investigated. The doctor advised her to have the mole removed, but he was unable to do it on that day.

She attended the church some time later and when the reverend announced that Simon Hay was coming to do a presentation, a wave of tingly energy flowed through her body. The next day the mole had subsided and was no longer itchy. She pulled up her sleeve and showed me the light grey blemish that remained. Her skin looked smooth. She smiled and thanked me.

That's cool! Thank you, Gegu. "Thank you, my son."

This isn't a story about Simon Hay, this is about potential and possibility. Imagine if a surgeon's name, or your name got this response. It's possible.

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