These days there are so many healing techniques available to us, like
Touch for health
The list goes on and on. It is exciting to know that more and more people around the world are embracing the healing value of complementary and alternative modalities.
When we take a class in any of these invaluable techniques, the focus of the course is on learning the technique …
– how to protect ourselves from picking up “things” from customers
– how to channel or circulate energy through our bodies to our hands
– how to approach and treat certain types of problems
– the body mechanics we use, etc.
What I see missing in the classes is how to evaluate the type of body healing of the person we are working with. what do I want to say with that?
Over the years, doing energy healing from the 1980s to the present, I began to realize that with each person, I was directing the flow of energy to their bodies in a different way. Yes, there is a technique to follow, but after a while the practice becomes almost second nature. I found that while I was “listening” to the bodies, I was “speaking” to them differently. And I haven’t found that kind of talk about the body mentioned anywhere in the energy healing field.
Of course, I believe that each energy healing therapist has a particular way in which their internal dialogue with the client feels more comfortable or more natural. But what I found was that when I changed my own internal preference for how I channel or flow energy to match my client’s type of healing, his recovery occurred in shorter periods of treatment time.
So this is what was shown to me over the course of my years in energy healing: There are three basic types of healing preference that every body has: physical, mental, and spiritual. That seems to align very well with the complementary approach to mind-body-spirit healing, which deals with the triune nature of the human being. But what I mean is the dominant energy healing preference each body is wired. Each person’s body responds more effectively to the type of energy transfer that matches their own type of energy healing.
So at times I found that he was talking silently to the body and explaining what he was going through and encouraging it to heal. “Yeah, you had a bad fall. You know your knee is injured and you know how to fix it. You know how to do this.” This silent bodily conversation flowed into their bodies along with the energy. This was obviously for a mental body type of healing.
Other times I found myself praying. Sometimes it was a standard prayer, sometimes it was a fluid appeal to the person’s guides or angels or to the Spirit of Christ or Mary or an archangel or the Universal Healing Forces. Regardless of what he thought to say, this prayer-like energy flowed into him. type of spiritual body healing.
And of course there is the physical body type. This was a challenge for me, as most of the energy healing I do is done in the biological field around the body and there is little or no physical contact. But the kind of healing the physical body needs feel it so that it responds more easily with its own internal healing mechanisms.
So I would touch the area in need, sometimes deeply, while my inner body spoke to that person more like a cheerleader, “Here it is. Go. Fix this. You can do it.” Or sometimes there wasn’t as much dialogue, just a lot of purposeful contact while the energy was running.
In the 1990s, I thought it would be easier for me to know in advance which client was what kind of body healing before the session started so that I could start talking about the body right away. Since I had been learning how to dowse, I asked my pendulum what type it was. You can probably use the finger muscle test as well, if you’re familiar with that. It is a simple process of eliminating yes or no when you ask what kind of cure your client is.
There were also some surprises that I learned along the way. The people I thought for sure would be of one type turned out to be another, although their personalities clearly indicated something else. Like my father. Here was a guy who was totally immersed in 3-D. If he couldn’t see it, it didn’t exist. A very physical guy. When he got older and started having health problems (and he let me work on them, which he wasn’t all the time), I dowsed and lo and behold, his healing body type was spiritual!
Then there’s my mom, who I thought would surely be a spiritual guy, but dowsing told me it was physical! She believed in traditional ways of laying on of hands, had a strong connection to the church, which Dad didn’t have, and was even known to have healing hands when she was younger (which was great for us when we were kids). But his body responded more effectively to the touch focus of the physical body.
It reminded me of something I found in Edgar Cayce’s holistic health readings. He spoke of the “body-mind” as if it were something different or separate from the conscious mind. And now I got it. The body has a mind of its own. And when we address that clearly, it responds more easily to whatever healing energy we provide.
Another surprise was that some people happen to have dual types. This is rarer, but when you find it, it gives you more variety in how you frame your internal dialogue with the body.
Finally, one night in the late 1990s, as I was meditating, it was revealed to me that what my guide had shown me described how our Master, Jesus Christ, healed people. For many of us, Christ’s healings in the New Testament were our first exposure to healing energy, although we probably think of it as magical or superhuman, not as something we could all do (although He said we could). Perhaps even some of the priests and pastors in our formal churches did the “laying on of hands.” But think about this:
When Jesus healed the blind man, he put mud on his eyes and rubbed it. Then the man could see. This was an example of the physical body type of healing. The man needed to feel something wrong with his eyes.
When he told the crippled man that his sins had been forgiven, or to get up and walk, he was heading for a type of mental body healing. The man just got up and walked away. There was no contact with him.
Finally, when a woman touched the hem of His robe and He asked her why she was doing that, she replied that this was what she knew she had to do to be healed. Definitely spiritual or faith healing.
There is also another example of a type of healing that Jesus did and it was when the Roman soldier asked him to heal his good servant who was not present at the time. This was a beautiful and dramatic example of distance healing for the servant and faith healing for the soldier.
During the course of working with many clients over the years, my own guidance has revealed techniques and insights that were invaluable in helping my people regain function and health sooner and more easily. You can also use this information for yourself during times when you need to amplify more healing resources in your own body. I hope you find this information applicable in your own interactions with people in need.