Recently a lot of stuff is activating for me. I can also find a catalytic energy that some might call a healing ability. So the question came up again for me, wether to use it for "healing" or not, what healing really is and when it is aligned with what I call the organic path.
I want to share my insights, wich might be controversial to some, and would like to hear how you feel about healing.
My souls information is that most kinds of energetic healing is not aligned with the flow and against cosmic laws. (My information on energy projecting like Reiki for example is that it is not healing at all but merely shifts karma and that it is connected to a non-benevolent synthetic force in the 4th dimension.)
Healing is not aligned in my truth because:
1. It takes away the realization from the soul that is needed to process karma/trauma in a meaningful way
2. It disempowers the soul, by becoming dependent on the healer who steps between the soul and God
3. It violates the integrity of a souls path and her energy field
The very idea of one soul healing another is not acceptable to me either. All healing is self healing - or it isn't healing but removal of symptoms. The only healer is source/god. To belive to be a "healer" seems to be yet another ego-trip.
There are methods of body-work and also energy-healing, that allow a person to process stuff on their own - I am not referring to this, but to methods that appear as miracle healings.
True healing is realingnment with the flow, release of attachment, empowerment and reconnection to soul. An aligned healer (in my truth) would enable another person to heal herself, but never manipulate their energy field or shift their karma. They might hold a certain frquency in their own field that the other can come in resonance to, but the work has to be non-invasive. I think the term "catalyst" that Chris introduced captures very well what I feel.
That being said, there are always exceptions as the flow can flow many ways. If my intuition would tell me to project energy, I would defintely do so. But to consider oneself a healer is something entirely different and doesn't feel right to me.
There seem to be arrangements between souls to play the healer-game - just as we play mother-child, student-teacher. But as in all these games the invitation I feel is to move beyond it to a meeting of souls in pure truth and always look on how to empower the other.
Still there are doubts:
What if a soul is too lost to get out without a helping hand?
If you can heal, don't you even have an obligation to do so?
Can it be that the experience the soul needs is smply condensed in a very short time in moment of letting go?
What is your take on things?