With so much incessant activity and the acceleration of time in our lives, how do we find a calm center where we can reveal the true nature of ourselves, beneath the veneer of keeping pace? How do we become more authentic and balanced?
In healing work, one of the best ways is through the experiential practice of doing spiritual healing; to help people heal what I call the Whole Human Being. That is, healing the four archetypes of what it is to be human: mental, physical, spiritual and emotional states of being. By engaging in doing healing work, the practitioner will also reveal their own challenges in their spiritual growth.
In my work in over 20 years of spiritual counseling, I have found that 95% of all communication is not verbal nor physical, but energetic on a much deeper level of our being, on the level of the chakras, astral and causal dimensions. We are very eloquent beings: we all take a psychic relationship to each other long before the mind thinks a single thought.
Spiritual healing differs from other forms of healing, such as Reiki. Reiki is more related to the physical dimension; the energy that flows from the chakra centers through the meridians of the body. Spiritual healing has to do with the chakra centers and higher dimensions, and is not limited to time or space. This is why spiritual healers can work just as effectively over great distances.
They are using their awakened sense perceptions to accurately see the spiritual condition of the person desiring healing work, and can send healing energy at any distance. And spiritual healing energy affects not just the physical condition, but also the mental, emotional and spiritual states of being.
The chakra centers are not just transformers of energy, like fuel, but are also transformers of consciousness into this dimension, affecting uniquely the four archetypes. Working at this level is the most powerful form of healing I know, because it addresses the point where we emanate the quality of our soul’s character into this dimension.
My healers are awakening their higher sense perceptions by exercising their own
chakras to view the person being healed as a whole human being. When the healer
works at the level of
the consciousness of the chakras, it facilitates fundamental, core changes in the healer and makes their healing work very effective.
My students are also taught to “Behold the Meadow”: an analogy for seeing the whole human being, their dominant chakra and life characteristics, strengths and weaknesses. They are then taught to relate that wholeness as a story of what is going on in that person’s life and why it is happening. Teaching my healers to “tell the story” is equally important, as it develops the healer’s ability to deeply understand the healing work they are doing, and it helps the person being healed to understand what is happening, why it is happening, and what to do about it.
I have been teaching spiritual healing techniques and philosophy for over 8 years, and have many testimonials. At this time, I have over 100 students in the U.S. and Canada taking the spiritual healer’s training: a 17-level, 2-year course. Some levels are about healing techniques and tools, and other levels cover the philosophy of awakening higher levels of consciousness. Every level includes a lecture and experiential practice.
It is not important that the graduate actually engage in the healing arts: their
presence will emanate a quality of healing because of fundamental core changes
in their being.
Richard Jelusich, Ph.D. will be starting a new Healer’s Training group in the San Diego area February 16 and 17. He is the author of Eye of the Lotus; Psychology of the Chakras and I Can Relate. For an information packet, please call (760) 420-8100 or email email@example.com Visit: www.lightnews.org
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