Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Healing the Healer
Are you thinking of going into healing work or are you working towards that? What I'm going to talk about initially here is often discussed in classes and workshops where healing processes are taught.
When you are working on your healing process, what ever it is, you must be able to assist whomever needs the help regardless of any personal feelings you may have towards individuals or groups of individuals.
This will, at times, be difficult but you must remember that healing work is accomplished - meaning its goal - through love and dedication to the practice you are utilizing to the best of your ability at any moment while allowing for the process of life itself. It will also be greatly enhanced from your capacity to set aside any feelings you may have of resentment, anger, etc towards any individual or groups of individuals you are assisting and of course from the need of those whom you are supporting with your practice.
If you are doing Living Prayer, for example as found on my blogs and the books and videos, I always recommend that you do so with the benevolent energies you request to work with you or that come up naturally for you and thus can be even more effective to support the healing process. You can do Living Prayer for people on the other side of the world or anywhere - you don't have to know them.
You do have to be able to set aside any personal bias you may have in order to be true to your healing practice and accomplish to the best of your potential the purpose of your practice.
I'm bringing this up at this time because I feel that we are all becoming more conscious of each other through the systems of communication we have now and that the unity that exists for us at the spiritual level is gradually merging with our day to day lives.
This might at times push our buttons, so to speak, of resistance towards certain people and as a healer this could happen for you as well. So this reminder is intended to support your own healing process - as all healers naturally do in the course of their studies as well as your practice - and to remind you to do your work as well as possible, take time for your own needs and be patient with yourself and others as we proceed towards our own spiritual, soulful and conscious merging.