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A bit about Energy | Spiritual Healing

Updated on November 23, 2014

Energy Healing from Nature

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Energy, Spiritual, & Pranic Healing

I practice feng shui and I firmly believe that I receive healing whenever I am out in nature.

I have also explored reiki, spiritual and energy healing.

Here’s the jest of it; someone (or yourself), draws from “somewhere” and delivers “energy” into your body, channeling healing into you - it does not come from that person, they are merely the conduit. From personal experience, you don’t always feel anything and that’s when - for some like me, a person questions whether it works or not.

I believe... so let’s start off with the assumption that I expect a reaction. I just am not certain that there are a multitude of true healing practitioners out there. Honestly, the holistic industry is full of those who think they are healing and those that pretend they are healing. Often there is money involved. Need I say more.

The origins of reiki is as a Japanese tradition was made public in the 1920’s. The linage of true reiki masters, is still going strong today. In biblical times there was knowledge of “the laying of hands” and we have all come to know ayurvedic philosophy and other chi based modalities like acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. The idea of spiritual energy is evident in many cultures and has sifted down from generation to generation. It isn't new.

I took my first “course” (that only lasted a weekend) from someone who borrowed characteristics from many sources of pranic/spiritual/energy/reiki healing and even aboriginal custom. Did I master it? NOPE. Had anyone else in the class? Unlikely but we all got an introductory taste of what the power of belief and visualization could do.

Years later I turned to the study of self healing to recover from a hard time in my own life.

With the help of online networking, I was able to find groups of more qualified energy workers, who gave me additional insights into ethereal healing. This is not to say that I have mastered the art, just that I believe it is possible. There are subtle differences between the components of each belief system and none is absolute. One or two healing sessions will not heal a person completely.

Because I simply could not afford Master treatments, I went the route of learning self healing.

I often chose to recite Reiki’s 5 precepts, sometimes I add in chakra work, I also repeat (silently) that I am asking for healing. At very least, I visualize white, golden or brilliant light coming into or emanating from me.

I also find healing in nature. To me, self healing is like prayer and mediation.

It's all about intention from source, visualization and the law of attraction. With a determined thought process, you can retrain your thoughts positively and when in this state; your body starts to heal.

Healing is humbling. One cannot demand it, it is a universal stepping stone to wellness and I for one, am very grateful.

Energy Healing profiled in Health Matters (TV show)

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    • prn cst profile image

      prn cst 

      5 years ago

      Hi, have you read my hub " " ,

      What do you think, are we in accordance or is your way different?

    • someonewhoknows profile image


      5 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Edgar Cayce also healed people by giving them specific remedies for their health problems.

      Once read a book from a woman author by the name of Sarah Cartwright. The book was titled " Clarivoyance Magnetically Decearned ". She lived during the American civil war period and healed one particular soldier

      who had pneumonia without so much as simply being nearby his body .

    • karynklairekoski profile imageAUTHOR

      Karyn Klaire Koski 

      5 years ago from Toronto

      Thank you so much (someonewhoknows) for asking;

      I recognize Edgar Cayce as the moniker of psychic mediumship, he set the bar for what is now - the standard of what society considers- proof of afterlife.

    • someonewhoknows profile image


      5 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      What do you think of Edgar Cayce


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