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Healer Quiz ANSWERS

Healer Quiz ANSWERS

Healer Quiz ANSWERS. Which kind of help would you prefer? A well-trained energy healer or someone who simply believes, “If you can feel it, you can heal it”?

Healer Quiz ANSWERS. Aiming to help you continue to question and refine your beliefs around…

Ideas that are so appealing. Like “Everyone is a healer.”

Appealing? Yes.

Helpful? Maybe quite the opposite.

Human Beings Count

Human Beings Count

Human Beings Count. Do you believe that enough to raise your hand and say “Yes”?

Human Beings Count. Do you believe that? Really?

How much? Maybe you believe more in Tinkerbell. Or angels.

Or “God, Whose Job Is To Be My Rescuer.”

Beliefs have consequences, right? Will you dare to explore some today? Because being human can mean… Being willing to change your habits.

As a result, you might start moving forward more rapidly on your personal path.

Personally, what I heal most often

First, aura bounce. After, cutting astral ties.

Recently we’ve been discussing the uses of energetic literacy in everyday life. Self-disclosure, especially in public isn’t my comfort zone. (Face Readers, read my lips.)

However, having gone into some detail about what this teacher actually does in her life, I feel duty bound to fill in a gap.

Saving others or co-creating to help others heal? Your choice.

 

Easter Sunday is a favorite holiday for many, including me. However, I’m not celebrating it in the way of many of my Bible-Belt neighbors.

Some of those neighbors here in Sterling, Virginia feel both grateful and relieved when Eastertide rolls around: Jesus died to take away my sins. That was the whole purpose, really.

Five healing terms I do not use

 

 

Sometimes it’s useful for healers — and clients — to check out the empty spaces. What language doesn’t get said? In my case, as a healer and teacher, I’m very clear about five bits of language that I consider no-no’s for Energy Spirituality. In sharing these five terms with you, I’ll give you my reasons.

Will you agree with me? That’s what our COMMENT boxes below are for, to share opinions. Pro or con, what matters surely is that you engage with your full self-authority.

Where to begin my Aura Healing and Transformation?

Helping you to become a skilled empath

Overwhelmed, anyone? Recently “Loretta” requested help to prioritize the various skill sets taught through this blog, my how-to books, workshops, etc. Her email went like this:

I was initially interested in your book Cut Cords of Attachment, but in looking at your website, I’m pretty sure I’m an (unskilled) empath. I ended up buying both books, Cut Cords of Attachment and Become the Most Important Person in the Room at the same time.

Which set of skills should I pursue mastering first? Can I start cutting my own cords before completing the 30-day empath training program discussed in Become the Most Important Person in the Room? Do I have to have skill with my empath gifts to be able to read my aura or do I use some other sense?

Cutting Cords of Attachment — What Not to Tell

 

Lydia has asked me some interesting questions about cutting cords of attachment, inspiring a whole series of posts.  Today, here comes a question with so many interesting implications! How could I give just a quick response to Comment 142 at the blog post devoted to Cord Cutting Q&As.?

Lydia asked:

My energy worker, Dan, has started cutting cords of attachment. He uses your method. I’m very pleased with the results. Only I’m very curious about the textures of cords of attachment.

Rose Rosetree’s Ethics for Mind-Body-Spirit Healers

 

Ethics for are so important for any healer who is a practitioner of Energy Spirituality, Energy Medicine, or Energy Psychology.

Ethics are central for doing energetic literacy readings, or for going the different path called “psychic development.”

Ethics for healers, like fixing furniture?

 

Not every day does a comment at this blog win the game of “Stump the Host.” But such a wildly historic event did occur on Monday, November 15, 2010.

In response to my post about ethics for healers, PRIMROSE wrote:

I’m not really getting this. I don’t see why it’s unethical to say “I think you have this, I’m sorry I can’t help you with it”.

Ethics, please. How you can help.

 

 

Ouch! Otherwise talented healers can display really shoddy ethics.

Twice in one week, clients of mine had been treated very badly by previous healers. Far from feeling remorseful, those healers probably felt smug about themselves. (If they even thought twice about the rather horrifying ethical implications of what they had done.)