Thursday, 11 April 2013

Don't Give Up On Your Health


I respect the public’s desire for proof that energy healing works, and I wish I could guarantee that every healing will be successful, but I can’t. Throughout my website and writing I stress this fact. I don’t know what will happen during or after a healing, but what have you got to lose by trying.

Many clients come to see me after spending hundreds and thousands of dollars on traditional health practices, but hesitate to book a follow up session. I don’t market myself as the healer you need to see more than once because of the successful healings that consistently happen, but some clients have a nil or a negligible response. In most cases a follow up healing may be successful.

Recently a client with debilitating neck and shoulder pain received no benefit from the first healing—she had seen an array of health professionals for many years and no treatments had helped. During the healing, family in spirit visited, and we looked at past and present relationships, moments and emotions in her life. She gained insights into herself, previous partners and family.

A month later she returned and this time had a 95% reduction in pain that, at this stage, appears permanent. She’s booked again. Now it’s possible that another session won’t reduce her pain further, but it will make her smile. It’s also possible that massage, exercise and lifestyle changes will now work and if she sees me again it will be because she enjoys seeing me and communicating with spirit.

Don’t give up on your health.

Often it’s a small shift of emotion, mind state or environment change that can start the journey towards health.

On a personal note, it hurts me when I’m unsuccessful. At times the health responses seem random and spontaneous and I can’t pinpoint the moment of change. It doesn’t make sense that an illness can disappear in one person and remain in another. As the years go by I gain greater insights into possibly why, but a lot of what I do remains a mystery.

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3 comments:

  1. Hi Simon!

    Love your blog (2nd comment today!) I'm a Reiki Practitioner and and Energy Healer - as you mention, sometimes healings go spectacularly well and the client goes away without whatever brought them there.

    Other times there are layers to whatever needs healing, and subsequent sessions can help them peel away things that need to be removed before they can heal. I notice this with my self-treatments, as I give myself reiki almost every day. Sometimes it takes a little while for the healing to happen and over the course of a week or two I'll start to notice lots of old memories and triggers resurfacing. I think healing will sometimes provoke energy that we've buried so deep that we forget its there.

    I don't see it as being successful or unsuccessful with a healing - we don't always know that the person needs. Sometimes they need to become aware and let go of something. Other times they may need to learn a life lesson before they get rid of it (and as a healer, you can't learn it for them, though our intuition might help guide them through it).

    I wonder if expecting the healer to "cure or heal" a side effect of the "doctor, cure me, fix me" approach we find in conventional medicine. On some level, I think energy healing is about facilitating the client's self-healing and giving the power back to them =)

    Maybe that's just wishful thinking lol

    Take care,


    Regina

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  2. Hi Regina :)

    Thank you for your comment. I also believe healing occurs in layers, but I know that it can also happen spontaneously in an instant. I'm not certain that we have to learn life lessons. Souls communicate to me that they're here to experience life, not lessons. I'd like to change the belief systems around what I sometimes refer to excuses not reasons for healing not to occur.

    It's wonderful to meet you online. love & blessings, Simon.

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