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Healing is Divine

Should I just stop trying to heal people, and concentrate on restoring myself first into balance and harmony? Veena Minocha resolves the dilemma.
PTI | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 01, 2004 05:09 PM IST

This question and answer series will help to clear your inner-soul confusion on all matters that are demanding your spiritual attention. Spiritual teacher and Healer Ms Veena Minocha will endeavour to clear the 'fog within' by answering all questions sent to her at veenaminocha@hotmail.com

I have been an Energy Healer for some time, as I have learnt a number of methods of Energy Healing. Till recently I had been getting pretty good results whenever I gave Healing Energies, but nowadays I find that I get very tired during these healing sessions, and the results are also not very satisfactory.

In fact, I seem to be perpetually low on energy myself. Could it be that I have expended so much energy on my patients that I have become drained of my own physical resources? Should I just stop trying to heal people, and concentrate on restoring myself first into balance and harmony?

Tell me, what could be the cause, and how should I remedy it, as I still feel that my true calling is that of a Healer?

Ruchi from New Delhi

Veena Minocha answers: Dear Ruchi, it makes me very happy to hear that you have responded to your heart's calling and passion, and become a Healer in the New Energy. A critical mass of humans, who can bring the rest of humanity into balance and ease, are definitely required at this crucial time in Earth's History.

The first point to be considered is that any form of healing energies that are sent to the patient, are not sent with the healer as a source of that energy. The Source of all Healing Energies is the Divine Universal Energy. The Healer is merely a Channel for these Omnipresent and Omnipotent Energies, and because of this function, there can be no question of 'using up' the Healer's own resources of energy.
That is definitely not the cause of your feeling run-down.

However, I may point out, that some healers are so compassionate, that they keep dwelling on the patient's pain and disease to such an extent, that they start imagining themselves in the patient's position. This attitude, though it stems from a compassionate and loving heart, has to be guarded against, and psychic protection against this contagion should be practiced, if such symptoms of over-involvement with disease, rather than 'wellness' are observed.

What could happen in such cases is that the visualization of the Healer becomes negatively focused, and so the healer cannot produce the kind of results that would otherwise have resulted from the energy healing.

The difference between 'sympathy' and 'compassion' should be clearly understood. A sympathetic healer will reinforce the concept of a diseased human in the patient, by consistently sympathizing with him. A compassionate healer will focus on the work, and always hold before himself, as well as the patient, the blueprint of perfection of the human body. Please ensure that you are doing your work objectively, without involving your own emotional body, to get perfect results.

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