𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗛𝗲𝗮𝗹𝗲𝗿’𝘀 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗰𝗲𝘀𝘀
Healing is a process that is triggered by the healer’s intent to heal—to become available to the healing energies of Spirit.
Spirit is certainly more than a healer. It is the source of inspiration, knowledge, creativity, moral strength, expanded, and altered consciousness.
In the context of healing, Spirit is the force that is able to recreate the body in the image of its original expression. The healing by Spirit can be as simple as an analgesic, relief from pain, or as profound as the resurrection of dead and dying flesh into the expression of complete health.
It is not the accomplishment of the healer to achieve health in the patient. It is the degree that Spirit allows the healer and patient to express health that the mind and body are recreated in well-being.
For a healer to say “I healed you” is a small truth. To say they were a channel for healing is a greater truth. Spirit literally moves through the intention of the healer into the intention of the patient. It is a driving force that is channeled and directed by the focus of the healer, and the receptivity of the patient.
Remember how much play the unconscious mind has in the health of your body. Know that while the mouth may say no, the mind is making the final evaluation of the possibility of health. This evaluation allows the process to occur, but it is a matter of placing the body open to the possibility of health. Spirit must acknowledge both the healer and the patient for recreation and regeneration to occur.
So, healing may begin on a much deeper level than desire. If the hidden mind is not accepting health, health will not occur. If Spirit does not accept the invitation of the healer to approach, or the true desire of the patient to be healed, it will not occur.
The healer creates an attunement to the flow of the person they are treating as a patient. Relationship is the beginning and end of the healing process. There are built-in segments: empathy to transcend the awareness of personality and being to an awareness of the patient’s being and slipping past defenses and barriers that the ill patient has erected in the self-fulfillment of the disordered emotions and thought.
The healer is able to move his awareness out of his being into the awareness of the patient, linking by intent the intertwining energy bodies of both him and his patient.
Blending, through the persistence of actualized intent, into the being of the patient, then constructing through the actualization a completed structure of the healing strategy.
How does this begin? With the healer or the patient? Does the patient call forth the presence of the healer? Does the healer call forth illness to complete his need to heal?
The healer is such because they have the commitment and confidence to express health in their thoughts and in their being and to project this awareness to their patient, an expression of energy that is devoid of personal agenda and rich with healing potential.
Traditional healing by the laying of hands is expressed through the experience of touch, the symbolic joining of healer and patient in the common goal of healing and renewal. Touch is not a requirement in the healing process, either in addressing body dysfunction or mental disorders.
There is much to be said for touching as a means of bridging the separate energy spheres of individuals in a sensory, tactile manner. The touch is real to the patient—it may be comforting and reassuring. It certainly is not a requirement on the part of either party for the healing process to occur.
What occurs in the healing process is the temporary bonding of two individual energy fields, a blending of energy between two discreet fields. Usually, the healer cajoles, provokes, suppresses, and manipulates the energy field of the patient through touch and suggestion to create a state of receptivity in which both members of the healing dance are consciously present in the process.
It is usual for the patient to not be present mentally during the initial phases of the process as they are engaged in their illness and pain, reacting to the process in fear, or intimidated both by the process and their personal expectations.
Therefore, touch can be soothing and reassuring, both of which are helpful in the initial stages of the healing process. They are not necessary though to the final result as Spirit is not motivated by the agendas of the patient or healer. Spirit is motivated by the energy requirements of both individuals.
Spirit views the patient from an energy debt/surplus point of view.
Is the patient in the right phase of personal growth to experience health, renewal, or continuity, or does the patient still have a learning experience ahead of them, possibly the repayment of some greater debt?
And is the healer in a passive/receptive state in which Spirit may operate at maximum effectiveness?
A healer can express themselves as a healer, but are they really channels of healing?
The answer invariably, but not always., lies with the results.