Messages about healing

Rev. Irma Kaye Sawyer

On this Mother’s Day weekend, I thought it would be a good time to share some thoughts about our moms. I had the profound realization yesterday that I had achieved my goal about my own mom, and my wish had come true. Needless to say, it was quite an emotional moment. The point being, that I love my mother and when she is gone I will  miss her. It certainly wasn’t always this way…

David Brown

Kryon (South Africa) > The Gateway To Healing Is Through Your Feelings

From where we are looking, it looks like you are having a lot of fun. You are enjoying these energies, more importantly, letting these energies go the closer and closer you get to 2012. To the end of 2012 the negative energies will release so quickly. You will be moving into a new consciousness, a consciousness that even in this moment it will be unbelievable from what will be like.

Ailia Mira

Ailia Mira > The New Creation is at Hand

The 9th Wave is upon us.  And within the opening created by the song of creation being sung by those who've remembered the ancestors, the reunion of the ages is underway. Preparing this newness brings forth the Divine Re-Membering--as collectives of old surface here; a perfect amalgamation of that which was with what which is--creating the emergent now.

David R. Hamilton PhD

A 2008 study at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak demonstrated the power of visualisation for the treatment of interstitial cystitis. Fifteen women visualised for 25 minutes, twice a day, for a total of 8 weeks, where they pictured healing the bladder, relaxing the pelvic-floor muscles and quietening the nerves involved. Fifteen women in a control group rested during these times so that the researchers could compare visualisation vs. non-visualisation.

David R. Hamilton PhD

I recently read about an amazing story of the power of the placebo effect. It was recorded in 1957 and demonstrates just how powerful the human mind can be. A patient had advanced cancer of the lymph nodes (lymphoma) and was told that he had no more than a few weeks to live. He couldn’t get radiotherapy or chemotherapy because he was anaemic but he had heard of a new experimental anti-cancer drug called Krebiozen and begged his doctor to give him some. So the doctor gave him an injection of it.

David R. Hamilton PhD

Your brain cannot tell the difference between something that’s real and whether you are just imagining it. Neuroscientists at Harvard taught a simple 5-fingered combination of piano notes to a group of people – thumb, index finger, middle finger, ring finger, little finger – which they played over and over again for 2 hours a day. They did this for 5 consecutive days.

David R. Hamilton PhD

Scientists at Ohio State University, Ronald Glaser and Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, created small blisters on the skin of volunteers who were married to each other. First they asked the married couples to discuss a neutral topic, then they monitored the levels of a protein that is produced during wound healing over the next 3 weeks.

Owen Waters

Here is Chapter 5 of my new e-book, Soul Awakening. This vital and timely e-book is being released in parts each Sunday through this newsletter as a public service to spiritual seekers everywhere.

Step 1. Turn your attention away from the outside world and focus within.

Michelle Coutant

We of the higher realms watch in great joy as each of you step up to the plate, as you go forth each day to create your heart’s desires. We stand with you in the love and the joy of your sacred heart. It is the love and the joy of the one sacred heart. With each breath you take, each pulse of your heart, you are pulsing the Cosmic Heartbeat of God. It is your connection to The All, the connection which serves you well in the physicality of your earthly life.

Dr. Judith Orloff

A resentment is a grudge that you harbor after you've felt mistreated. It's easy to hold on to all the incidents that angered you, from a gossiping hairdresser to a two-timing ex-husband. And, if you took a poll, you'd probably get a lot of people on your side about your right to stay resentful. According to such logic, as time passes, you have "the right" to get angrier, becoming a broken record of complaints. But is that the sour person you want to be?

Sarah Biermann

Sarah Biermann > What's a Healer to Do?

What’s Healer to Do? What’s a healer to do when the whole paradigm of healing is going away? How are we to be in service when there is no more need for our service? Who are you if you are not a healer or in service?

Owen Waters

Owen Waters > The World Healing Technique

With today’s emerging heart-centered consciousness, everything has changed. Instead of isolation from humanity, the key to progress is now service to others and that means living in the noise and information overload of the modern world. This article will show you how to deliver effective spiritual service by healing the world.

Rev. Irma Kaye Sawyer

You have asked about the archetype of Chiron and the “wounded healer” and why so many of those that serve have experienced this dynamic in their lives. This is part of a Piscean Age dynamic that is not necessarily negative, but will soon be transmuting into something else entirely. In a 3D reality on earth, much human knowledge is imparted by experience. 

Sonia Barrett

Sonia Barrett > The Marketing of Breast Cancer

Note: Although much of this analysis might appear to be more Western world related, it all trickles into other cultures. The Western world has tremendous influence on the rest of the world, from extreme subtlety to the extremely obvious. Please note that when I decided to write this article I had no knowledge that this was the month for breast cancer awareness. Food for thought!

Dr. Judith Orloff

For over twenty years as physician, I’ve witnessed, time and again, the healing power of tears. Tears are your body’s release valve for stress, sadness, grief, anxiety, and frustration. Also, you can have tears of joy, say when a child is born or tears of relief when a difficulty has passed. In my own life, I am grateful when I can cry. It feels cleansing, a way to purge pent up emotions so they don’t lodge in my body as stress symptoms such as fatigue or pain. To stay healthy and release stress, I encourage my patients to cry. For both men and women, tears are a sign of courage, strength, and authenticity.