Spiritual Healing and Guidance

  • Spiritual Healing is complementary to orthodox medicine; it must not be considered as an alternative. When you are unwell, you need to get assistance from the doctor. If you receive Spiritual Healing, this will complement your treatment, the two will work together to assist in your recovery.

  • When we mention Healing of any sort, many people think immediately of making a person well due to a physical problem. This is true in part, but it is not the whole picture.

  • When Spiritual Healing is administered, it can assist a person on any or all of those levels of self, thus treating the whole person.

  • No faith is required, that is true. Spiritual Healing is administered to babies, young children and animals. It is perhaps an obvious statement to make, that they are not going to know about faith, yet they can benefit from the Healing. Nothing is expected from the patient, except perhaps openness to what may happen, and a degree of trust in the Healer. An acceptance for the need for change and the will to do so will also help.

  • It may surprise you to know that the patient has a great influence on the level of recovery because it is the patient’s positive attitude in wanting to feel well again that works with both medical treatment and Spiritual Healing.

  • Energy healing (aura and chakra healing) is one of the most profound and fundamental alternative therapies in the field of alternative medicine and holistic health. Energy healing employs spiritual healing methods which expand the awareness of the energy healer and uses energy, color and light healing techniques to catalyze healing in the patient's energy field (aura and chakra system)—helping the patient break free from afflictions and limitations of body, mind and spirit. It may provide enhanced quality of life for the patient and facilitate spiritual growth.

  • Intuitive guidance is nothing special. It is something we all posses. We just need to understand it and learn how to use it.

  • Our intuitive guidance arises as a result of the energy we experience. Intuitive guidance is the information available to us before our mind steps in and manipulates it some way.Mind manipulates it by placing its judgments and/or interpretation of what is experienced and sensed.

  • Anything that manifests (seen or unseen) and/or experienced, whether experienced in mindand/or body, is the result of a flow of energy. There is a flow of energy which gives rise to the experience we have. Without a flow of energy there is no movement to have an experience. In being open to what we sense and feel, we can "know" and/or "perceive" we can focus our attention and awareness into or on what we are experiencing. That focus on what we sense gives rise to intuitive insights in our mind. That is, our nonconscious mind will characterizes what it is being experienced in the moment based on its past experiences.

  • What our intuitive guidance presents to us, whether perceived as a feeling or a thought, word or image is only the best our mind can do to describe what we experience. Mind is characterizing everything we experience all the time. What surfaces into our consciousness is determined by the composite of our nonconscious and conscious focus of our attention and awareness. By consciously choosing how we focus our attention and awareness we can access information about any topic. The question is whether or not we have the minimum set of requisite experience to understand what we sense for our mind to characterize it in a way we can understand it.

  • It is at this point a we are at a juncture. At this moment mind steps in and either discards what surfaces or focuses on it such that it becomes the dominate thought in our mind. Here mind acts as a filter. Based on habits of the past are determining what insight get into our conscious mind such that we recognize the information and are given the options of acting or not acting on it. However, if we are mindful and aware, we can begin to see the space between what arise as the characterization of energy by mind as a thought, feeling, word or image and mind stepping in and allowing it to pass or not pass into our attention to become the dominate thought. It is in this moment, this space between mind stepping in, is where we access the power of our intuitive guidance.

  • In any case, whatever feeling, thought, word or image, that arises will most probably be wrong or in error simply because mind has insufficient experience to properly characterize what is experienced. The insights we gain in mind are incorrect and at best approximations, unless we have the minimum set of requisite experience to understand what we sense. This is why intuitive guidance seems to be accurate sometimes and at other times so inaccurate. This is also why mind discards information that does not seem to fit its belief structure and how it thinks things should be. Nevertheless, the direction provided by the intuitive guidance regarding the flow of energy manifesting the experience is correct and will be accurate.

  • What is presented by our intuitive guidance does provide us the direction we need to move to know and get the experience we need to understand what we are really experiencing. The intuitive guidance tells us the direction we need to go to either 1) align with the flow of energy that is manifesting, or will manifest, the desired object or experience; and/or 2) the direction we need to go to gain the minimum set of experience to understand and/or experience the manifesting form.

  • The awareness of this understanding about intuitive guidance can be used to create anything we desire. Aligning with our intuitive guidance takes us on the path of least resistance for what we wish to create for it aligns with the flow of energy created by the intention we hold. Intuitive guidance is usually perceived to be intuition, body wisdom, and/or second knowing or other typical "sixth sense" abilities.