From a number of books I’ve read recently (especially The Physics of Miracles – see Links and Sources I’ve found helpful) and a practical workshop on Matrix Energetics last Saturday I’ve concluded that focusing on healing a specific physical condition is focusing on and giving energy to (reinforcing) that person’s Problem Set, whereas it is much better to focus on The Solution Set – of how that person might be if they were totally whole and at ease – and that would mean in all spheres of their being: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual etc. To that end I am now a stand for healing as beneficial change in a person, a change towards that whole and at ease state and will always now help look for that change for those who come to me.
If you are ever in need of a therapeutic massage in my home town of Glasgow, I recommend my old friend Ian Holland, whose introductory massage course started me learning the arts of massage, Pulsing and Postural Integration many years ago.
Ian is still going strong and can be reached via his website: http://www.ian-holland.co.uk/index.html
His site has some interesting research on the beneficial effects of massage in relieving back pain.
Migraines were one of the first things I found I was able to help people with when I discovered my talent for energy healing almost 30 years ago.
My first ‘patient’ was a woman who worked for me in the office who developed a migraine and was going to have to go home. I treated her for 10 minutes and the migraine went so she stayed at work – a win win! Others followed, often in a work context. In some cases the migraines stayed away for long periods.
When I put my hand on a migraine sufferer’s forehead I normally feel an excess of energy there and with my other hand on the top of the person’s shoulders at the base of their neck I am somehow able to siphon that excess energy off their forehead and into my breath and I breathe it away. At the same time I am visualising their energy flowing normally back from their head down their spine. Don’t know how it works! Just that it normally does.
And I know that as energy healers we are taught that you don’t take the other person’s energy into yourself and what I’m describing suggests I am temporarily doing just that but I think if God gave me a gift He/She knows better than anyone that how it works is ok.
I give lunchtime treatments in Covent Garden in London for £45.
In researching the subject I found the following very informative link with a good anatomical explanation for migraines being due to what this chiropractor calls meningeal torsion: http://www.premierfortcollinschiropractor.com/the-secret-weapon-for-migraine-and-headache-pain/
Sounds like another good way to get migraine relief.
As with all healing treatments I would strongly suggest that people always consult their own doctor first and supplement that with other modalities as necessary.
Happy migraine-free living!
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You will probably have heard of Shiatsu, the therapy technique that uses often very firm finger pressure on a person’s energy points and meridians to clear energy blockages.
You will probably not have heard of Kiatsu, which is where you pass universal life energy from your fingers into the same points and meridians. The Ki is the same as the Chinese equivalent Chi as in Tai Chi and is also part of Aikido, the Japanese Martial Art, literally the way (do) of harmonising or joining with (ai) the universal energy (ki). Master (Sensei) Koichi Tohei, one of the disciples of Morihei Ueshiba, who devised Aikido has written a book about it called Kiatsu. It’s an easy to follow paperback in English published by Japan Publications Trading (December 6, 2002), ISBN-10: 4889960864 and ISBN-13: 978-4889960860. Amazon links:
A visiting Japanese black belt made it clear that it was not about joining with the ‘little’ ki in your partner but with the big Ki of the Universal Life Force.
I experienced Kiatsu myself once when I hurt my shoulder in an Aikido session and the black belt instructor used Kiatsu on it. I felt heat then the pain in my shoulder was gone. Anyone can learn to do it but the practice of Ki Aikido strengthens the energy flow hence black belts tend to have the strongest and normally the only ones who are allowed to administer it on the practice mat.
Koichi Tohei has written a number of other helpful books about living your life with Ki and a unified mind, body and spirit. I can recommend them to you.
It could be Psoriatic Rheumatism!
A wider family member recently had some tests when they had severe back pain and were told that there was a connection between that and their Psoriasis. First time I’d heard of it but sure enough when I looked it up it’s called Psoriatic Arthritis. Other possible symptoms include iritis and spondylitis. Google psoriasis back pain for lots of links! Then go back and see your doctor if he hasn’t already made that connection!
For those with health and well-being problems that don’t seem to be purely physical or even to supplement the physical treatments for those that are, there are now many forms of energy healing available, especially the mainstream Reiki therapy which just about everyone has heard about.
However, there are many others and one of these is Energy Healing by members of the Kent International Healing Association. Their new website is at http://www.kiha.co.uk and has sections answering all the main questions people tend to ask about this kind of therapy. They have a highly-professional approach to training and qualification of healers which complies with the latest government legislation. Normally donations are invited rather than fees being charged, which can help those on lower incomes.
There are also many centres around the country where qualified volunteer healers offer energy healing such as the long-established Healing Fellowship in the crypt of St Mary-le-Bow Church on Cheapside in central London (close to St Paul’s tube station) every Monday afternoon from 1pm (excluding Bank Holidays). Again donations are invited rather than fees being charged. You can simply drop-in in your lunch-break, no appointments needed.
Hands-on healing is one of the oldest forms of treatment and ‘rubbing it better’ is the instinctive human reaction we have when our children, partner or even ourselves are hurting.
I trained and qualified in Remedial Massage with the Northern Institute of Massage many years ago and although my own treatments have almost all been for my own family I have remained a member of the London & Country Society of Physiologists (the LCSP) ever since.
They are at: http://www.lcsp.uk.com/ and their website contains a Find a Therapist look-up so you can find a practitioner close to where you live.
As one of its many benefits, remedial massage loosens over-tight joins and muscles and tightens over-loose joints and muscles, in other words it helps to put them back into a normal state. It also tends to relax the client in mind and body which helps the body’s own self-healing to work better.