Friday, January 1, 2010

Long Distance Healing

[This was a reply to someone who asked "how does distance healing work?"]

Remote or long distance healing is how people can be healed that are not sitting in front of you. You channel 'incorporal healers' (angels, whatever you want to call them, but two healers NOT in bodies, one for external healing, one for internal) toward whoever needs it. All you need is a name and location, the healers you channel do the rest. The less the "corporal healer", that is me or you, does, the better.

The main job of the healer (in a body) is to get the energy directed to the right being, and NOT get sick themselves, by running the energy through themselves and back into the earth, a technique called "grounding". Shaman who take SMOKE into their mouths are risking taking on the bad energy themselves - not a good technique.

These are ancient Chinese techniques, thousands of years old. There's nothing new in the Bible at all, just repetition of stuff that had been going on around the world for centuries. There were many wandering healers in the old testament even; my favorite was surrounded by "dirt and flies" from not bathing, was the model for "Pigpen" in Peanuts!

You can feel energy in your hands if you pretend to "hold" an invisible basketball, you'll feel air pressure in each hand - that's the energy of the body's aura you feel - 90% of us can feel this, a few can't, so we can nearly ALL be healers. Healers move their hands through a person's aura, or the body's energy field (which can be seen in Kirlian photography) and can feel lumps or hot spots where bad energy resides, and move it out of the aura. The hands have their own energy nodes that allow you to feel energy in others.

It takes years of practice and training, and you have to be able to meditate first, that's how you discard the bad energy from yourself. You meditate first to prepare yourself, then ask for the healers, you always get two, then you can begin. Self-healings work the same way, you just activitate or turn up your own internal healing energy, called "kundalini", or "coiled", which is at the base of your spine, ready to be activated.

This is shown by the medical "caduseus", an ancient Greek symbol of healing (see graphic), the serpent winding up the staff, which is the spinal cord. This is not only ancient but well understood by doctors as well. The image should have the serpent crossing the staff seven times, once for each energy center in the body (survival, sexual, nervous or solar plexus, heart, throat or communication, third eye or pineal gland, crown or God-consciousness - shown by a halo in artwork for "enlightened", or the actual crown worn by kings, showing their closeness to deity). Sometimes shown with two serpents, I believe this represents energy "coming and going", as you run energy through your body this way, just like food. You bring new, healing energy into your body, and flush out the older, diseased, foreign energy out of your body - this is how basic self-healing works. Over 55% of the AMA members now agree that we heal ourselves; this is the method.

I've had this work personally to
(a) save one man's foot from being amputated by doctors, he/we healed it without their help, they did nothing but wait, b/c they couldn't get the permission to cut off the infected foot (pretty drastic solution, all they can often think of doing). When he got out of the hospital, he personally found and thanked all six of us who had done the healing in a circle (group) for added strength, without being told who was there! He said he saw us all, and knows what we each did.
(b) fix another person's undiagnosed bladder problem that baffled doctors - three days after a long distance healing, it "mysteriously cleared up", in his words
(c) lessen much pain in several others, almost daily, such as cancer, migraine, post-operative pain.
(d) help heart attack victims immediately, usually by thinning their blood.

It doesn't always work obviously, and the "healee" has to want and accept the healing (they almost always do, who wouldn't? perhaps someone suicidal or terminal). However, it never hurts, usually works well enough to make it worth the effort (a side effect in the healer is usually yawning, from the energy expended! you're also relaxed from meditation), and the healings only take about 5-15 minutes. You can do them often; when training, I did thousands, often 20-30 per night, in three hour classes.

Jesus said "all these things I do you will do and in greater numbers", yet some refuse to believe that only ONE being ever can do any of this. THAT is lack of faith, and skepticism, not religion. How many doctors, nurses, therapists, scientists have done actual healings since the "age of enlightenment"? The evidence is right in front of us on a daily basis. In the middle ages, even mid-wives were being burned for "lessening God's pain of childbirth", so all healing was actually banned by the church on penalty of death! (Finding a real doctor was next to impossible as they were also burned.)

Once you can teach something that works, then it's a "science", yet the source of this one is faith (belief that something will work), which implies "religion" - so it's really a combination of the two. On an episode of Nova on PBS, they had a computer monitor a woman's ovarian tumor, which shrank when a healer in another room gave her a healing without even knowing the problem! All caught live on film, with a computer monitoring the results, while the doctors said "this would be a miracle drug if any worked this well and this quickly".

Meditation experts have been measured scientifically, and able to produce pre-sleep alpha waves in their brains in 10-15 minutes, and many can produce theta waves, or the equivalent of R.E.M. sleep (the deep stage that produces dreams), in 15 minutes. It helps to meditate often throughout the day, even if just a few minutes. Its not "mind over matter", but mental development itself, achieved through proper technique and years of practice. It the hidden power of life that does not come easily, nor through artificial means.

Many believe we are learning to use the inactive parts of the brain, which certainly can be seen in the Lazarus parable, if applied to mental powers. Some call this "psychic", deriving it from the Greek psyche, for soul, and say its not a mental science but one of the soul sciences; for me, that's hard to define and the route one takes is definitely using the mind to still the body and the senses, which is my definition of meditation. [Another post will follow to explain the difference between prayer and meditation, for those that are new to meditation.]

"Science without religion is lame, but religion without science is blind" - Albert Einstein

Basic Self-Healing Techniques

Basic Meditation exercise for running energy and self-healings

[These are ancient Chinese techniques brought to the U.S. in the 50's, and taught to tens of thousands at the Berkeley Psychic Institute, in several cities, our was in Palo Alto, next to Stanford U. The courses were filled with high tech workers and scientists. They are called psychic healings, energy healings, aura cleansings, self-healings. A Vietnamese woman told me they are used there as energy healings; Vietnam was settled by Chinese invaders around 900 a.d. Holistic healings and martial arts came from Taoism, one of the world's oldest philosophies still in practice]

When you mediate (which is clearing your head of thoughts, images, nervous energy, and may take years of practice to attain and most will give up trying):

1. Center yourself inside your head, eliminate all images that flow thru - you can imagine a door you send them thru and close it

2. Imagine your aura (energy field) only being about 2-3 feet away from you, egg shapes - we spread them out to our relatives and loved ones and our body energy is dissipated; when you bring it in, it gets more concentrated around yourself. One more thing about the aura: when you bring your it in, imagine that all connections to others are now severed or broken - this is usually family (these will come back later, unless you don't let them, its ok and natural, we even have them to spirits of the dead sometimes and need to break those too). These are called either 'cords' or 'etheric threads' -- all things leave these after coming into contact - if thin or weak enough they break on their own, if not they're strong and more binding

3. Imagine a grounding cord or pipe running down your spine and into the earth - let your 'bad' or negative energy flow down this and back into the earth (molten rock and magma, can handle it)

4. Imagine new or clean energy coming down from the sun or stars through your head and into your body - some say this is the halo in religious art, the energy they're drawing from the "cosmos" - this will help rejuvenate the lost/bad energy you dump

5. Imagine this new energy flowing down your spine then out to all your extremities, out through your hands and feet - these are the bodies energy centers - so hands are used for healing, feet are used to connect to the earth energy - the “Crown chakra, exemplified by the crowns on kings (crown of thorns on Jesus to mock this) shows the open chakra at the top of your head receiving this cosmic energy - Light of God, christians would call it (no fundamentalists, healings are not the "work of the devil" – clueless)

6. Do this 5-15 minutes if you can, that's long enough - yawning is natural, its psychic energy being released. When done, imagine your aura refilling with all your energy thats lost or dissipated - this gives you a closing burst of energy I guess; I think the term "collecting yourself" in the west describes this.

All this will at least help, though its hard to maintain concentration at first, hence all the classes on meditation and healing. Try to regularly do 15 minutes morning and night, you'll lose lots of tension, the others will feel better around you too. Do short sessions when stressed – I stopped my programming work a couple of times daily and in five minutes my stress was relieved, sometimes I'd go to the institute and get healings from others; someone was there all day to provide those for free.