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Were You Part Of This Miracle?

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Every week, I include in my newsletter my exhortation to “be a light and push back the darkness.” I give you a prayer. I know many of you have joined me in praying that prayer.

Life-giving light prayer

I add a couple more words to what is in the image. I pray, “Dear God, shine your light into this dark world, to expose and thwart evil, reveal truth, and guide our feet in the paths of peace.”

Last week, I believe we saw evidence of God answering that prayer as former President Donald Trump’s life was spared when he turned his head just enough, and just in time, for the bullet to only graze his ear rather than hit the bulls-eye of his head.

Many are calling it “a miracle” or “Providence.”

I call it an answer to people’s prayers. Perhaps yours.

Whatever your political views are, if you’re a follower of Christ you should be seeking peace, and praying for our leaders, as the Bible commands. We partner with God’s work in the world through our prayers.

I also find it interesting that Donald Trump was turning his head to look at a graphic of immigration statistics. What if the immigration issue had not arisen? Would Donald Trump still be alive today?

Could this be God “working all things together for good” as Romans 8:28 asserts?

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Maybe I seem weird to you, but I try to look at everything through the lens of faith and the worldview of the Bible, since that claims to be the source of ultimate truth. The lens that affirms that God is ultimately in control, that prayer works and is powerful.
I pray, and I look for evidence of prayers answered, even in the news. Perhaps, especially in the news. I practice my discernment muscles to see where God is indeed exposing and thwarting evil, and revealing truth.

And I constantly pray that God will lead each of us and all of us in “the paths of peace.”

Does prayer always “work,” i.e. do things always work out as we ask?

Not completely. For one thing, we may not always ask for the exact right thing. I’m glad the Bible says the Holy Spirit sort of interprets our prayers to be in line with God’s will.

For another thing, though we have the privilege of partnering with God to effect changes in the world through prayer, our rule is not complete. Hebrews 2:8 says that while God intended mankind to rule the earth, through Christ, not everything is yet subjected to us or even Christ.

We live, as someone has said, in the “already and not yet.” Evil is not completely crushed yet.

Though Donald Trump’s life was spared last week, one other brave person, Corey Comperatore, was killed, and two other people were critically injured. Evil triumphed in those cases.

And yet, Corey’s brave act in protecting his family does speak of sacrifice and love, kingdom of God values. In this world, which the Bible says is “fallen” because of rebellion and disobedience to God, we do not yet see the full triumph of good over evil (Hebrews 32:8).

We do, however, get glimpses that good triumphs in the end, perhaps to give us hope. And God knows, we sorely need it right now.

The providential saving of Donald Trump’s life signals hope that God has not given up on America. If Trump had been killed, I shudder to think what the country and world would be facing right now.

Instead, we have examples of bravery, courage, the will to go on, and the reminder that God is in control of even the minute details of our lives and the world.

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Keep praying! God’s light needs to continue to shine to expose and thwart evil, reveal truth,, and guide our feet in the paths of peace. The story is not over yet. Answers to important questions still need to come to light.

Keep noticing! Look for ways God is shining his light. That will counteract, at least in part, the negativity.

And keep rejoicing whenever you see good triumph over evil, or God’s providential hand at work.

For a replay of the “Push Back the Darkness” prayer/Healing Code event, click here.

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Denial and Self-Deception

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“Human beings cannot bear much reality.”

–T.S. Eliot

This quote came to mind as I pondered some of the recent events in my own life and some of the people I’m close to, and as well as what’s going on in the world.

Being a total idealist, I have always looked at possibilities and would strive to make them happen.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing. I think it’s one of the approaches that got me through my childhood. I never lost hope that things could be different. I sought that “different” and usually found it.

However, the downside is that I would often turn a blind eye to “inconvenient facts” that I just didn’t want to face.

This is human nature. It is something I think we need to be aware of, and deal with.

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Because it’s dangerous.

It’s dangerous, for instance, to ignore persistent physical symptoms and not seek appropriate medical attention. 

(Not that I run to the doctor for every symptom. I usually try to find the emotional or spiritual source and address that with my energy healing tools, which given a little time usually takes care of the matter. If it doesn’t, I seek medical attention from doctors I trust.) 

It’s dangerous not to face serious character flaws in someone you might consider marrying. Blind trust is still blind.

And it’s especially dangerous not to acknowledge our own limitations.

We’re seeing this writ large in some of our leaders right now, no? The implications of denying what is truly going on can affect a lot of people.

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It seems to me that self-deception and denial of reality then lead to deceiving others. I saw this playing out in family dynamics when I was trying to settle my mother’s estate.

Jesus said before you try to take the speck out of someone else’s eye, you need to acknowledge and deal with the log in your own eye.

So I’m taking a hard look at some of the ways I may be ignoring salient but uncomfortable  realities in my own life. Like how much time I spend on the Internet, when I need to be dealing with the responsibilities in my real life.

Like the way I tend to push myself, even when I’m tired.

Like the way getting sucked into the news affects my nervous system.

I can get angry at what I see happening in the world. My judgments require me to point the finger back at myself, and deal with my own denial and self-deception.

And then what I need to do is pray that God will shine his light into the darkness I see in myself and others.

Life-giving light prayer

Jesus did imply that when you take the log out of your own eye, you can and should try to take out the speck in your brother’s eye.

But you can’t do it until you yourself can see clearly.

Lord, increase our capacity to bear much reality. 

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The Power of Being Witnessed

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I was very moved this morning when I read a passage in the Gospel of Luke. To me, it was a powerful demonstration of the importance of being witnessed in the healing journey.

The context: Jesus was on his way to heal the only daughter of Jairus, the local synagogue leader. The girl was near death, and I’m sure the father was desperate for Jesus to get there as soon as possible.

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The crowd jostled Jesus as he moved along. Among them was a woman who had been hemorrhaging for twelve years. She’d spent all her money on doctors, none of whom had helped her. She was desperate for Jesus to heal her. She believed if only she could touch the hem of his garment, she would be healed.

She crept up next to him, and did exactly that. Instantly she felt in her body that she was healed.

Jesus felt it too. He felt healing energy flow from him. He asked, “Who touched me?”

Peter reminded him that all kinds of people were pressing in on him. Jesus insisted, “Someone did touch me, for I was aware that power had left me.” (Those skeptical of energy healing, take note!)

The woman, realizing she couldn’t hide any longer, came forth trembling and fell down before Him. She admitted in the presence of all the people the reason she had touched Him, and how she had been immediately healed.

“In the presence of all the people.” Jesus knew this woman needed more than physical healing. She needed to be witnessed. She needed to tell her story, fearful as she was to do so. She especially needed to hear Jesus say, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace.” (Luke 8: 40-48)

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Jesus knew her deepest needs: to be seen and witnessed; to be welcomed as a “daughter”; to be affirmed for her courage and faith. He would not let the opportunity go by for this woman to be fully healed.

Full healing. Many psychologists, trauma experts and healers believe that only happens in the presence of other people. Here perhaps is scriptural proof.

(As an aside, while Jesus was taking time with this woman, the news came to Jairus that his daughter had already died. The messenger said not to bother Jesus anymore; it was too late.

But Jesus said it was not too late. He went on to Jairus’s house, and healed his daughter. Brought her back from the dead!)

One of the strengths of The Healing Codes is that it can be used anywhere, by anyone. And people are healed from it, sometimes emotionally, sometimes physically, sometimes both.

However, I wonder if that healing is like the woman’s physical healing as she touched Jesus’ garment–only partial. Is there perhaps a greater healing that can take place only when there is a connection with the Healer, only when our story is witnessed and we hear a word from Jesus?

I believe so, which is why I developed the Align with Your Divine Design[TM] program. The foundation of that program is learning to connect with Immanuel, the God who is ever with us, and to hear his voice on a daily basis. To experience the living, real, active presence of the living God.

One key way to do this is in a group setting. Because it’s in a group that we enter a space designed to facilitate connecting with God and each other, to be witnessed and to witness.

Jesus said, “Wherever two or more are gathered in my name, there I am in the midst of them.”

It’s in this kind of group that we can be guided to actually experience the real, living, interactive presence of “the God who is with us,” Immanuel, the name given to Jesus in scripture.

If you long for the deepest healing you can receive, and a deeper relationship with “God with us,” I invite you to sign up below and download the free Introduction to The Immanuel Connection for details to how it works.

You will also be sent a special invitation to the next Immanuel Connections call, which are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 11:30 a.m. U.S. Central time (click here for your time zone).

To learn more about Immanuel Connection calls and get an invitation to the next free call, please click here.


Nature’s Delights

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I have always been a nature buff.

As a child, growing up in a somewhat rural area in New England, I was outdoors as much as possible, soaking up the sun, reveling in the wind in my face, delighting in the sights and sounds of nature: birds, squirrels, bunnies, flowers, trees, and even bugs.

It’s probably what saved me in some ways, immersed as I was in a rather joyless environment otherwise. Nature constantly regulated my otherwise chronically disregulated nervous system.

This morning I was again immersed in many of nature’s delights, and I thought I’d pass on some of the joy.

In the warmer weather, I like to stand outside first thing in the morning in the sun, doing a grounding exercise I learned from Dr. Elizabeth Stanley.

This morning as I stood there in “mountain pose,” I was distracted by four squirrels racing around the yard, up and down our magnificent red maple tree, and then in the driveway, heading straight for—me! I thought one would crash into my leg, but it abruptly sensed me and turned around. I watched their antics as they got their morning exercise/play time, chasing each other all over the place.

Then I saw my bunny.

I normally love bunnies, but this pair that is probably nesting under our big pine tree–these bunnies have chomped down to the soil all my parsley plants, and even my petunias! I didn’t know they ate petunias. I had to put cayenne pepper on the soil and plant leaves to try to deter them.

view from my porch chair

Today, “my bunny,” (whom I’ve dubbed “Patty Bunny,” because somehow she seems female), came almost up to me as I sat on my porch among the flowers, writing my morning pages.

I was curious whether she would dare approach the petunias in my containers.

She did not. Still too shy. Maybe she picked up on my mental signals: Don’t you dare!

Then I saw a chipmunk on the bush near the porch. Yesterday from my window, my friend saw probably the same chipmunk fall from a branch to the ground, upside down!

After morning pages and breakfast, it was time for my walk. I had just discovered a new bird identification app, Merlin, that allows you to record the surrounding sounds, and it will pop up a picture of the bird making the sounds the app picks up. I learned today to identify a cedar waxwing, house sparrow, house wren, and swallow.

I had been trying to identify the birdsong that I now know is the Baltimore oriole for some time. Its song is very melodious.

Then there are the cicadas. Oh my, the cicadas!

Here in the Midwest, especially in Illinois, we are witnessing a once-in-several-lifetimes phenomenon: two broods of periodical cicadas, the 17-year and the 13-year, have all hatched at the same time.

My state, Illinois, marks the boundary between the two broods, so it’s even more of a phenomenon. These two brood hatchings only coincide once every 221 years! I am in the midst of an extremely rare biological event!

These cicadas are big, beautiful, harmless, and LOUD! Their noise hits about 90 decibels, roughly equivalent to the volume of a lawn mower or motorcycle. They are deafening! Take a listen.

Since I’m into sound healing and frequency, I can’t help but wonder: how is the constant vibration of this natural phenomenon affecting my body and the rest of nature? (Actually, it’s not constant. The bugs are quiet at night, and slowly “tune up” as the day progresses. Thank God!)

And why now?

I learned that “late spring and early summer in the forests of the eastern half of the U.S. have been eerily quiet for the past two years. In most years, long-lived periodical cicadas thrum through the region, but a quirk of timing means these insects have been sparse since 2021. This year, though, they’re roaring back.” Is there some purpose of God for having this rare occurrence happen now?

Who knows?

From what I witnessed this morning, it seems like nature is happy. I suspect the birds at least are very happy by the unusually bountiful feast of cicadas.

At any rate, this is an “abundant gift” that I will take deeply into my highly sensitive soul.

May you also be blessed and your nervous system regulated by nature’s delights.

This is an experience I will definitely add to my Gifts Journal. Recording the delights of the day at the end of the day puts me in a state of gratitude, joy, and a sense of being loved by a God who loves to give good gifts. If you haven’t taken up this practice, I encourage you to start. Here’s how.

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Mitigate a Key Factor of Disease

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One thing that happens when your focus is living Aligned with your Divine Design is you often get “messages” that seem tailored to you. It’s just what you needed to hear, and often, for emphasis, you may hear the same type of message or information several times within a few days.

One message that has come up for me again and again in the last few days is: the importance of not suppressing emotions.

One source was the book, When the Body Says No by Gabor Maté, M.D. He shows how many diseases have their roots in suppressed emotions. One study that struck me was about lung cancer. Smoking in itself wasn’t as much of a risk factor as smoking along with habitual suppression of emotions, especially anger.

“Heart issues” + lifestyle are the two co-factors that determine your health.

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You’ve heard plenty about lifestyle, and it’s certainly important for staying healthy. But as Gabor Maté has found, it is not the only key factor.

Heart issues must be dealt with, if you want to heal. That is my unequivocal opinion. Difficult feelings need to be felt and processed.

A recent study, published in the journal NeuroImage: Clinical, co-authored by Farb and Segal, along with Ph.D. student Philip Desormeau, found that “suppressing or blocking out physical sensations related to emotions such as sadness can hinder recovery from depression symptoms and may cause a relapse into depression.”

And, the study found, we have to feel the emotions in the body: “blocking out sensation is related to a greater risk of depressive relapse. . . . Our research explains why working to keep feeling is so important. It lays the groundwork for seeing that emotional stress actually robs us of sensation—and to undo stress, one must counter this inhibitory effect.”

I find it fascinating that in the Bible, more than one-third of the book of Psalms are “Psalms of lament”–more than any other category of psalms. Clearly, Aligned Living includes examples of how to express a full range of feelings, including such “negative” feelings as anger, despair, sorrow, revenge and hatred. (The Maker knows how we are made and what we need to stay healthy!)

If you grew up with Childhood Emotional Neglect, or had any other kind of Adverse Childhood Events such as death, divorce, neglect or other traumas, you are much more likely to suffer from a variety of chronic diseases and behavioral challenges, including obesity, autoimmune disease, depression and alcoholism. The greater the number of ACEs, the greater the risk for negative outcomes, according to the famous ACEs study.

However, the very good news is that you can heal these things. The traumas live in your body as cellular memories, and these have a negative frequency, and The Healing Codes address all that and neutralize or even change them to positive.

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The first step is to allow yourself to identify and feel the negative emotions. You might want to turn to some of the Psalms of Lament as examples of how emotions can be expressed in the presence of God.

I have also written several articles on how to process your emotions. If this is something you struggle with, check out any of these articles to get started–especially the first three.

Another benefit of processing negative emotions is that you increase your capacity to feel all emotions, including the positive ones!

I vividly remember the day I was talking to my mother on our weekly calls in which I’d give her a custom Healing Code. She had always told me she “couldn’t remember” her childhood, and that she had no positive memories from childhood.

After she’d been doing my custom Healing Codes for maybe a couple of years by then, and that one day she started telling me all about how, when she was a child, the family used to go to her uncle’s farm and have the greatest time.

I stopped her and said, “MOM! Do you realize this is the first happy childhood memory you’ve ever told me?’’

She said in a surprised voice, “Really?” and then nonchalantly went on to recount more happy childhood memories.

That’s the power of healing heart issues.

And if you want to heal your heart issues and align with YOUR Divine Design, check out my program and fill out a Clarity Questionnaire.


On Dealing with REAL HUMANS

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This week I had several occasions to contact companies’ customer service departments.

Of course, you always have to start out with AI (Artificial Intelligence), or some other automated way of contacting them.

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With one company in particular, I had to go through their AI Chat to ascertain what the problem was, check this, check that—things I’d already thought of and checked, but you know, THEY have to be convinced you’re not an idiot, and/or won’t waste some actual human’s time with a dumb question.

I get that. But as I said, I’d already thought of those things, and not only did I not make much headway, but I LOST THE CHAT a couple of times, and had to start over.

I caught on and copied the chat into a text file, so that the next two times I tried (or was it three?), I had something to copy and paste into the chat.

When it became clear the chat wasn’t getting me anywhere, I discovered how to contact a REAL HUMAN BEING. (You often have to search hard for that.) Usually I choose a phone call, but this time, the Live Chat made the most sense because then I could bring the person up to speed about the hoops I’d already jumped through.

Within a couple of minutes, HUMAN BEING Peter G. got up to speed on my issue, and found the problem. It took a REAL HUMAN BEING who actually had eyes to see and a brain to match, to find the source of the problem, which I then was able to fix within two minutes.

In my line of work, there’s a lot of talk about AI, how it will make things like writing this newsletter so much faster. I admit, the AI Chat responses were lightning quick. But were they better? NO!

I want you to know that this newsletter is always written by me, personally, with you, my dear readers, in my heart. AI can give facts, but it has no heart, no energy.

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In contrast, I connected with Peter G in the live chat. We joked around. He was very kind. It was a satisfying encounter.

AI, like all technology, has its place. My daughter, who is a physical therapist, told me there’s an app in beta stage that would enable her to record her sessions with clients, then it creates a report that she can edit. That would save her a ton of time and eliminate a lot of the not-so-fun part of her job.

ANDmy daughter is looking into what further training she can do so that what she offers cannot be done by AI. Some kind of hands-on work, she figures. No doubt many industries have to ask the same question, or be wiped out.

No doubt AI will reshape our whole culture, and probably very shortly.  As I said in my article about “goovil, it’s all about whether we master technology, or technology masters us. When Elon Musk and others in the tech field warn against the possibility of AI surpassing humans, it’s more important than ever that we make sure WE master IT.

As for me, I will always prefer human beings to machines, no matter how “intelligent” the machine is supposed to be.

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In a recent post I shared about how the HOLOS [“Be well”] Balance devices help with pain. You can read that review here.

HOLOS Balance also helps with sleep, which is one of the foundations of optimal health. Poor quality sleep can lead to a host of health problems, from cognitive issues to immune system issues.

The HOLOS Balance devices help sleep in three main ways:

1. The Automatic Personalized Programs’ built-in, intelligent, automatic scanning every 21 days and vast array of individualized PEMF programs for each user lays the foundation for better sleep and better overall functioning.

2. The automatic 7-day programs comprehensively support all 12 Chinese Meridians, 24/7 Body Clock-Circadian Rhythms, Sleep-Wake Cycles and general programs for energy, stress, EMF, brainwave balance and earthing/grounding.

3. Of the 16 User Activated Boost Programs, several help sleep specifically, either directly or indirectly:

  • The Calm Boost, which is great for calming stress and anxiety anytime, anywhere. Also, if you wake in the middle of the night, you just press the button for this program and, at least for me, it works like a charm to get me back to sleep quickly.
  • The Sleep Boost prepares the mind and body for a great night’s sleep.
  • The Peace Boost, which can help you throughout the day to stave off anxiety and worry.
  • The Emotional Shock Boost if your nervous system has taken a hit. (I find this incredibly helpful at such times.)
  • The Ease Boost if you have pain, which can certainly interfere with sleep. Also Tissue Repair and Inflammation will support you if you have any of those issues.
  • The EMF Boost helps the body be resistant to harmful EMF radiation. It does not shield the body from EMF. It more aids the body to deal with the presence of EMF and reduces its harmful effects. The Travel Boost also helps with EMF and is a godsend if you are traveling and dealing with jet lag.
  • During the day, the Energy Boosts and or the Perform All Boost can help with building energy in the mind and body, especially the nervous system. The nervous system needs to be strong in order for sleep to be strong as it serves to regulate sleep.
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If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I hardly recommend any products. Most of them are all marketing hype with little or no real science behind them.

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Amortize the cost over 5 years, and subtract any money you’d otherwise spend on sleep (and/or pain) meds, and you’ll see why I think it’s one of the best investments in your well-being you can make.

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The Hidden Danger of Doing Healing Codes

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If you do Healing Codes, why do you do them?

Obviously, you want to heal something in your life. Have you ever stopped to ask what is the underlying belief that motivates you to do The Healing Codes (or any other self-help practice, for that matter)?

Often, it’s the belief that “there’s something wrong with me that needs fixing.”

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Now, this is a tricky thing. Because if there weren’t something “wrong,” you wouldn’t feel any need to take action, right?

However, there are two little words in that statement that may actually be a subtle lie that could block you from complete healing.

Can you guess what those words are? Read More→

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My husband came in after walking our son’s dog, and said his back hurt.

“What was it that you do when you have pain?” he asked.

I showed him how to use the Ease Boost on his HOLOS Balance Plus device. All he had to do was press a button a few times.

Five minutes later, we sat down to eat lunch. 

“How is your back now?” I asked.

“Fine,” Gene answered. His pain was completely gone!

Holos Boost screenThis was no surprise to me. I wear the HOLOS Balance every single day, and use the Boost programs often.

I especially use the Ease Boost whenever I’m hit with one of my sudden headaches, which often happens when I enter my kitchen. (Still trying to figure out why. EMF? Dirty electricity? Some allergen?) I will press the Ease Boost and within seconds, the headache is gone.

So many people experience chronic pain, and gulp dangerous pain medications to deal with it.

A 2014 study estimated that the total cost of prescription medications for pain management was around $17.8 billion annually [Source: Lewin group study].

This cost breaks down further into three categories:

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In my last blog post, I talked about how you can influence the healing of others as you focus on healing yourself.

I know many of you are concerned about, and involved in, doing Healing Codes for others. I’ve spoken with several people who seem to possess a gift of healing others, and some common themes have emerged that seem to optimize healing.

So I thought I’d expand on the do’s and don’ts of healing others.

The Right Energy

Being in the right energy is the main requirement. Your energy can either enhance the healing of another person, or impede it.

Characteristics of the right energy include:

  • No attachment to the results. This can be a difficult one if you’re wanting so badly to see a loved one healed. However, it seems that God works best when we get out of the way.

    One thing that struck me in Mary’s story of how she released her healing to a young man with MS, was that she hardly knew the person. She’d met him once, and felt led to pray for him and release her Healing Codes to him. Pure joy accompanied that practice.

She wrote, “That joy seemed to come from somewhere deep inside me and it would spring up with a noticeable little burst each time I released the effects of my Codes to Dave.   I do think that was an important element.  (I know it is difficult to “manufacture” joy, particularly when you are really worried about someone.  In this case, I believe that it was easier for me to feel true joy as I included Dave, because he is not a close friend or relative; so that element of fear and sadness that one might feel with a close relative/friend was not present.}”

Another friend, who felt led to pray for a stranger in a doctor’s office when the person confided she had cancer, also said it was easier to pray because she didn’t know the person.

  • No ego attachment. Part of not having any attachment to the results is to keep your ego out of the picture. I didn’t need to know whether this person was healed or not,” my friend told me. “I wasn’t looking for any kind of affirmation of any gift or power on my part. I just felt led to ask her if I could pray for her and touch her; I prayed, and then left it in God’s hands.”

  • Faith. Knowing that God is the Healer, and you are just an instrument in the moment, can also release healing power—and free you from that ego attachment.

If it’s not you who is really doing the healing, then you have no responsibility for the results. Your only responsibility is to be available for God to work through you, as he leads. And then to leave the results in his hands.

Faith also helps the doubt that can so easily creep in. “What if I pray and nothing happens?” You might feel like a fool. You might worry you led someone toward false hope.

Again, it’s not up to you. You don’t know what God is doing in that person’s heart or body. Your job is to simply be available.

The joy that Mary and others feel (I’ve felt it too) is a great sign that your ego is not attached. As Mary says, you can’t manufacture it. However, I find when I focus on my faith that God will do something through my prayer and Codes, even if I never know what, the joy wells up.

  • Compassion. Dr. Mark Virkler points out that in the Gospels, when Jesus healed He was moved by compassion (e.g., Mark 1:41-42). Compassion for another person speeds the flow of healing, and is THE main energy to be in. Not fear, not even hope, but compassion—a focus on the need of the other person.

By the way, the above applies to the best energy for healing yourself, too.

If you can detach from the results, trusting God for the outcome, and apply self-compassion, you will heal faster as well.

Don’t Do This

The main energy NOT to be in is control. If you are trying to change another person, I need to warn you: Not only will the person you’re doing a Code for NOT be healed or blessed, but it can do great damage–to you and, perhaps, to the other person.

If you desire to do a Healing Code for someone else, honestly check your own motives. If there’s any hint of desperation on your part for them to heal, or desire to change them, do not do a Healing Code for the other person.

Instead, do the Healing Code for yourself, on your own desperation, control issues, or whatever is going on in that relationship. After doing your own Healing Code, you may certainly release the healing to the other person, saying, “I release the effects of this healing to [name], in love, insofar as this issue affects him/her.”

That is the best, most effective, and safest way to do a Healing Code for someone else when you can’t do it out of pure motives.

I hope this helps you become a healing agent on earth for others, if you feel so led.

Emphasis on being led. If you’re still too deep in your own pain and healing to think of others, that’s OK. Often a client will come to me to get a Healing Code for someone else, but it’s clear to me that they need some healing under their own belt first. Such people often find it difficult to focus on themselves first, and that’s one of the issues they need to attend to first.

If this is you, I hereby give you permission to focus on your own healing first, and simply release your healing to others you’re close to “insofar as this issue affects them.” You will still be an agent of healing. In fact, you’ll be a more effective agent of healing if you focus on your own healing first, because, again, your “need” to put others first could actually impede the flow of healing for them.

Be healed, and pass it on, however you are led! Let joy be your guide.

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