Once, a friend came to me to get healing for her relationship problems. I explained to her how Reiki® healing works, what the science behind it is, and how it will heal her relationship problems. She was very happy for she could overcome what seemed impossible to her before we had met, and I started her healing.
But half way through the healing course (at a very crucial point), she stopped coming. She said she was okay with the improvements so far and didn’t want me to work on it any further. That’s when I decided to explain to her something very important about the way healing actually works, and that a healer is just a medium and is responsible for balancing your energies –
“During every healing course, the participation of the seeker is very important. It might begin with being willing to receive the healing and trusting that it works, but it’s definitely not limited to that. One needs to be willing ‘to work’ along with the healer. ‘To work’ means to be ready to go to darker places within and facing the ugliest part of the self, not giving up even when it’s tough.
Any healing for that matter isn’t a magic pill that can give you all that you want. Healing happens when you are ready to go that extra mile when you choose to trust, and you follow the guidelines your healer suggests.”
Doesn’t it make sense to be involved and experience YOUR HEALING YOURSELF?
So the next time you visit a healer, be involved, understand the process, and try to,
- Ask him as many questions as you have.
- Know how it actually works.
- Be involved throughout the process.
- Know that you deserve to understand the process well before going through it.
Contributed by : Ms. Gayatri Bari , professional Reiki Healer
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