What is Distant Healing?
Distant Healing is the natural capacity within all of us to connect with a person at a distance to enable the body to heal itself. The healer does not need to be physically present with the patient as the healing is equally effective over any distance, whether the patient is in another room, another town or on the other side of the globe.
How does it work?
Wherever we place the focus of our attention, energy follows – qi flows where the mind goes. When the healer tunes in to the patient from a distance, a non-local connection is established between the healer, the patient and the universal field of consciousness. Through this connection, the body remembers its innate health and begins to readjust and release patterns of disturbance and dysfunction. There is, in effect, no ‘transmitter’ and no ‘receiver’ of corrective signals; there is an information exchange with the field, which reflects back to the body its own current state. This mirroring stimulates the body’s own self-healing mechanisms, enabling the body to let go of restrictions and rebalance.
The quantum theory of entanglement may help in our understanding of the phenomenon of Distant Healing. In simple terms, according to quantum theory, in any given system, observation of one of a pair of randomly entangled particles will have an effect on the other particle. In other words, when observed, the particles behave as if they are one, not two separate particles. To put it another way, the universe is a hologram; each part of the universe contains the whole picture. In fact, each part is the whole and vice versa. We may look at water molecules in a vast ocean as a clear example of this in nature; each water molecule is inseparable from, and communicates with, every other molecule in the ocean, creating and moving the whole ocean.
The heart is the gateway to the universal field of information, the portal through which the manifest world arises. Our outer world can be seen as a holographic projection arising through the zero point of the heart. Embryologically, the heart is the first organ to develop in the body. The body’s systems then develop from the heart. When we meet another being in the heart, we connect with the origin of the body – as one body – connecting with the depths of our being, of our Real Self. By orienting to the heart, we invite old hurt and trauma to ‘return home’, allowing the energy of old contractions and pain to be released and transmuted.
What does a Distant Healing session involve?
Healing sessions are conducted via phone or Skype/Zoom. This gives you the opportunity to discuss your body’s needs and become present in your body. The healing is carried out with the patient lying down or sitting comfortably. After the session, you will be given the opportunity to share your experience. People often find this useful in helping to integrate the healing received.
What are the benefits?
Distant Healing stimulates the body’s innate ability to repair itself, so the healing we receive is not always the healing we anticipate. When we no longer fixate on a particular outcome but simply acknowledge the sensations, emotions and thoughts of our current state, our conscious presence becomes the key to unlocking negative patterns of pain and disturbance and discovering new space and harmony within the body. By recognising and connecting with unmet physical and emotional needs within us, we actively engage in our own healing process, giving our body permission to reorder and restore balance.
Following treatment, people often report feeling lighter and deeply relaxed and nurtured. In the longer term, many people notice they feel more resourced and have greater vitality. The benefits are often experienced after just one or two sessions but, as Distant Healing responds to each individual’s needs, a series of treatments may be recommended, depending on what your body presents for healing.
Michael is a qualified Craniosacral Therapist and certified Reconnective Healer.
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