Self Healing Is Possible!
Our journey through life is fraught with disappointments, disillusionments, and regrets. If we are strong we face them head on, work through them, and overcome them. But only the ones we recognize.
We may become aware that we have a tendency to attract love interests who are emotionally unavailable, or perhaps, worse, violent or abusive. We may free ourselves from one relationship, begin a new one with someone who we view to be completely whole and well adjusted, only to find the same tendencies begin to reveal themselves over the course of the relationship.
We may experience similar situations with career moves, spiritual quests, or a number of other life experiences with varied repetitive patterns. We may or may not even recognize a pattern.
We may look back to a particular time in our life when our world was turned upside down and suddenly realize that, "after that my life was never the same."
Therapy may help. Obviously, as a Shamanic practitioner and "energy healer," I am forbidden by law from advising clients to cease professional help, medical diagnosis or treatment, or even prescribed medication. I would never do this anyway.
But can we heal ourselves? Can we bypass years of therapy, countless medications that "take the edge off," or other prescribed paths to wholeness?
It is my view that my work is not in competition with the medical profession, but rather, a compliment to whatever healing modality you have chosen or has been chosen for you. If we can allieviate imbalance through what many call "woo woo" or "unproven" or "unorthodox" methods, then I think we can agree that we are on the same team!
These days, many out of the ordinary healing modalities have come into main stream and have even gained public attention through documentaries and the easy access to information through social media, Google searches, and even celebrity influences. If normal medical procedures or therapy has had limited success, it is possible to find the missing pieces through out of the ordinary healing techniques. And yes, much of it can be done at home in the privacy of your own living space.
I will admit that I am not an advocate for every fringe healing method proclaiming miraculous results.
I would reiterate what I tell my clients and I have emphasized over and over in my books and blogs.
Healing is different for everyone. What works for one person will be completely ineffective for someone else. This is because healing is a multi-facited undertaking that rarely happens overnight or in one moment of clarity or breakthrough. Here is a story about a message I received from Spirit on why our healing normally does not happen immediately.
But what about self healing?
Not everyone can afford a session with me or any other alternative healer. I do offer discounts on occasion, but I also believe in the equal exchange of energy, and have found, in my own personal work with my clients, that what is free or discounted tends to be limited in its beneficial effects. There is a universal law of reciprocity and energy exchange. "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" and "energy is not created or destroyed. It only changes form." And the Bible says "whatever you sow, that shall you also reap."
However, as a healer, I would like everyone to have access to a method in which they can facilitate their own healing. If you have ever taken a journey into a bookstore or searched online in the "self help" section, you will agree that there are countless methods to self healing, and I am not here to proclaim that I have the answer or that my method is in any way superior to any other method.
I could write an entire book on various self healing exercises, meditations, rituals, and the like. Today I am not going to share every one of my methods with you or even begin to advocate one healing method over another. If you have not exercised your intuitive capabilities, it is doubtful you will immediately be a pro at diagnosing the heart of the matter anyway.
Today, however, I am going to offer you a simple formula for aligning yourself with your highest good.
Let me warn you, however, that your highest good may not be what you think!