Oh my goodness there are a lot of methods of healing out there! If you got here you have probably heard of lots of them so I’m not going to bore myself by naming names. People are always asking me, have you heard of this have you heard of that [method/guru]. They really want me to go to the workshop or at least buy the book. Lord it gets tiresome.
So I am going to reveal to you NOW (drum roll please) All you will ever need to know about spiritual/energy (whatever) healing. Go water something in the garden. How do you do it? Well gosh there must be a LOT of ways. Me? I turn on the water and let it run through the hose and HEY! Miracle of miracles!!! Water comes out the end of the hose and goes where ever I aim it!!! Huhhh. Amazing eh? Now it may be that in the old days you had to do a rain dance then gather the water somehow — during a drought that is still true. Water IS a finite resource. But generally the watering can take place as I normally do it, with a hose.
So here it is folks! The big secret:
Hose = you
Water = The energy that creates worlds/God
Only difference being that water is a finite resource and the energy of all that is, is not a finite resource. No rain dance needed! Joy of joys! Aim it and leave it up to whatever energy created all this to do what it does.
All you need is the intention to let the energy of all that is (that created all that is in the first place) move through you. Open the valve of intention and let er rip.
What you don’t need;
You get the idea. You = hose. (no snorting and giggling please)
My 11 year old grandson picked this up in less than a minute to give comfort to my dog after surgery. Honest. It is that simple.
And by the way, illness and death have their place. Our need to change that leads to a lot of pain that is just unnecessary. Just aim and shoot and leave the rest up to the big guy.
I’m never going to get rich at this rate. Simplicity has no market. Too short for a book (or a workshop even) and to simple for the complex puzzles humanity so enjoys. It (simplicity) just works.
So go ahead. Aim, shoot. Shoot some out Virginia Tech way — might be a nice direction after the more destructive sort they experienced yesterday. Trish