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Several years ago, in my prayer time these words were imprinted on my soul: “You need to feel it so we can heal it.”

At the time, I didn’t really understand this. In fact, I disagreed with it. Alex Loyd taught us practitioners that with The Healing Codes, you didn’t even have to feel the emotions.

Such impressions on my spirit I take as possible messages from God, so I looked for proof as to what to believe.

Since I believe Scripture is revealed Truth, that is always my first go-to for testing anything. Were there any scriptures that attested to this idea that you have to “feel it” to be healed? And what did the greatest Healer who walked the earth do—how did Jesus heal?

Turns out, when Jesus was on earth, most of what he did, whether teaching or healing, came after he felt something. And it was something specific: compassion.

  • “Seeing the people, He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and dispirited like sheep without a shepherd” (Matthew 9:36). Then he told his disciples to pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out more workers into his harvest. Compassion led Jesus to instruct and pray.

 Compassion led Jesus to heal. All these verses mention how he felt:

  • “Moved with compassion, Jesus touched their eyes; and immediately they regained their sight and followed Him” (Matthew 20:34). Also Mark 1:41: “Moved with compassion, Jesus stretched out His hand and touched [the leper], and said to him, ‘I am willing; be cleansed.’”

  • In Matthew 14:14-21, we again see Jesus healing out of feeling compassion: “When He went ashore, He saw a large crowd, and felt compassion for them and healed their sick” (Mark 14:14). He also was sensitive to their other physical needs: “I feel compassion for the people because they have remained with Me now three days and have nothing to eat. If I send them away hungry to their homes, they will faint on the way; and some of them have come from a great distance.” So what did he do? He took what they had—seven loaves of bread and a few fish—and fed a crowd of 4000.
  • In Luke 17:12-15, Jesus felt compassion for a widow who had lost the last of her family, a son—and raised the son from the dead!

It seems to me that feeling compassion was a precursor to the release of Jesus’ power.

I noticed in the words I was given, that there were two pronouns: “you” and “we.”

You have to feel it so we can heal it.”

I allow myself to feel, and then we–God and I, together–heal it.

Feeling–and specifically, the feeling of compassion–seems to be the point of connection between God and humans. If you think of God as some distant deity who doesn’t care at all about your concerns, that is not supported at all by Scripture. Here are 25 verses on God’s compassion to start with.

Feeling compassion is a way of connecting with God and God’s power. It was what released Jesus’ power to heal. Why can’t it be the same for us?

In fact, I believe it is.

Dr. Mark Virkler posted an amazing testimony of Chris Harrison, a man who was literally at death’s door, whom the doctors had given up on. Chris was miraculously healed himself and subsequently became the channel through which other amazing healing miracles happened.

What so struck me about this story was that Chris had to feel the same kind of hopelessness, lostness and impending doom that sick people feel, and with that empathy came the kind of compassion that healed not only Chris, but others after him.

I have always thought that my career is built on empathy. The more I feel along with my clients, the more they seem to heal. Perhaps the “we” in the “so we can heal it” may also refer to another person, or another person and God?

You—my client—need to feel it so we—you, God and I together—can heal it. My part would be to share in God’s compassion, thereby  amplifying it for you.

Something to ponder, anyway. Let me know what you think.

And if you want someone to “feel it” along with you so you can “heal it,” check out my coaching at https://HealingCodesCoaching.com.

Why Healing Your Heart Matters

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You don’t need me to tell you that we live in very troubling times. It’s all around us, and we can’t escape it. Political polarization, uncertainty, job loss, the pandemic, social media nastiness (which I avoid totally), natural disasters, racial injustice, violence. Even if you limit your news intake, as I do, you still can’t avoid the negative energy all around.

For some of us, especially if we have the trait of High Sensitivity, the energy is palpable; we may even feel it physically.

Authors Dr. Lise Van Susteren and Stacey Colino wrote a book about it, calling it Emotional Inflammation. It’s a state “not unlike post-traumatic stress disorder, but one that stems from simply living in today’s tumultuous world.”

Some symptoms include sleep problems, hyperactivity, persistent grief, or inescapable worry about the future.

In such a climate as ours now, we need to be especially intentional about our own healing. Because healing the heart matters.

It matters because it changes everything, starting with your very identity.

When you heal your heart issues, you begin to realize who you really are. You uncover what I think of as your Essential Self. Essential as in your essence—your core self, operating according to your core values.

Your Essential Self is really your human spirit. Your human spirit is meant to align with God’s Spirit, so that God’s Life flows through spirit to body and soul. This is where healing happens. This is why healing happens.

This is also why healing doesn’t happen. If heart issues block this flow of God-life, then dysfunction begins.

Healing is a spiritual matter.

When God’s Life does flow, and to the extent that it flows freely, everything becomes aligned with that God-life. We begin to know God as he really is, not as we have been conditioned by our relationships and/or past religious teachings to believe. We begin to connect with True God, and in so doing, we become more and more our True Self.

We can connect with other people better as well, when we’re aligned with God like this. Our Essential Self calls forth the Essential Self in others. Thus they, too, without even realizing it, are set on a path to healing, just because we are changing.

This was illustrated for me recently in talking to a client. She has had some difficult relationships with some of her siblings, and has worked hard to set healthy boundaries and let go of expectations. Recently, one of her siblings made a remark about herself indicating a level of self-awareness my client has never seen before. It hadn’t seemed possible that this sibling would ever say something like that. I believe that at least in part, the change was due to my client changing her own part of the relationship with her custom Healing Codes, and releasing the effects to her sibling.

If you understand The Healing Codes, you understand that everything is basically energy. Einstein said this more than 100 years ago. All energy has a frequency, a vibration. Every memory is energy that vibrates at a certain frequency. Some frequencies, such as the Schumann frequency of the earth, are healthy and life-giving. Some are destructive, such as man-made electro-magnetic frequencies (EMF).

With The Healing Codes, we change the frequencies of the negative images, memories and beliefs, which I believe reside in the information energy pattern in our DNA (cellular memories). When this happens, we “vibrate” at a higher level.

The “vibration” of our Essential Self, aligned with God, affects others. I have heard that if you put a bunch of pendulums in a room, all swinging in different rhythms, after 24 hours they will aleml swing to the same rhythm, according to the strongest pendulum.

Let’s be that “strongest pendulum.” Heal your heart matters because healing your heart matters. To you, to those in your circles of influence, to the world.

Step One in changing the world is to become your Essential Self, aligned with God so His life flows through you to others.

And if you would like help with healing your heart issues so that you can fully align with your divine design, visit HealingCodesCoaching.com and check out my coaching packages. Every custom client code is including Emotional Inflammation to clear away that new layer of negativity we’re all facing.

The Big Shift that Heals

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“Is life happening TO you or FOR you?”

When this question was posed to me, it stopped me dead in my tracks.

I had been trying to process the events of the past five years. They were a rough five years, and the recent “emotional inflammation” of world events and some new personal challenges had triggered still unprocessed issues.  It felt important to revisit the traumas of the past several years from the perspective of this question.

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It all started in 2015, with a dental crisis. Then my husband was forcibly retired, and the family lost our medical insurance, not to mention his income. We had to fight his employer to get unemployment insurance.

My son was also laid off at the same time. My husband’s sister, Connie, got cancer and was put on hospice. My husband became her Power of Attorney, and we discovered Connie’s caregiver had been stealing money from her. What was especially painful is the caregiver saw to it that the money Connie was going to send my daughter for her college education was taken, and it was uncertain how my daughter was going to finish college. Read More→

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Healing from “Not Enough”

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When I wrote last December about “settling into the energy of enough,” I had no idea it would be such a journey.

I thought it would be a simple process of figuring out what “enough” was, via reading a bit about Minimalism, clear some space physically, mentally, and emotionally. I thought it would be mostly about gratitude. I did not think it would not be a big deal.

After all, haven’t I been doing healing work every single day since 2007?

Well, it’s turned into quite an undertaking. Turns out, “settling into the energy of Enough” is a lot more involved than I thought.

First of all, there’s the becoming aware of how pervasive and deep “not enough” is for me. Who knew?

I began to realize that it goes all the way back to childhood (as most things seem to do—sigh). Because I grew up with Childhood Emotional Neglect and was so different from my family (highly sensitive),  “not good enough” became a big part of me. Though I excelled at school, the family was indifferent to it. My father often said, “I wish my boys had your brains.” I took that to mean they were wasted on a girl. All that mattered for girls, in the culture I grew up in, was that they be pretty and please others, especially men.

Also, there was “not enough” of other things in the family. Attention, love, interest, money. As an adult, trying to grasp this suddenly huge issue of “enough,” I realize I continued the process by denying myself so many things that are really “me,” in favor of doing “what’s expected” (which was a big value in my family).

Religion also plays a role in this “not enough.” Distorted or incomplete religious teachings can lead you to feel you’re not good enough for God unless you do X, Y, or Z.  Even if you do grasp the meaning of grace, which is what true spirituality is all about, there’s often the subtle pressure in churches to “serve.” This is fine, but when there’s the sense that you can never really serve enough, the needs are so great and you’re being selfish to think of your own needs when there are so many people worse off than you who need what you have—then, at least for me—it becomes very toxic.

It’s not just religious communities who can send that message, either. Work environments can also foster this “not enough” mindset. “You won’t be successful if you don’t push harder, put in more hours than other people.”

You’re not enough. You don’t do enough. You don’t know enough. There is not enough. These messages are everywhere, aren’t they? Advertising is based on it.

Just becoming aware of how “not enough” affects you is the first step. Bring this unhealthy belief and the memories behind it to your Healing Code work! Using the Truth Focus Statement, I am enough, I do enough, I know enough, I have enough, there is enough has been quite a help. As I have worked with this, oh the freedom I’m experiencing!

If “not enough” is an issue for you, I would love to come alongside you on your healing journey and help you find the freedom to be you as well. Check out my coaching at HealingCodesCoaching.com.

Reframing Trauma

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I was talking with a client the other day and we were marveling at how far she has come in her healing work.

This client, whom I’ll call Debbie, has overcome severe childhood abuse, both physical and emotional, dealt to her practically since birth. What is so amazing is how well she can hear from God now, given that she actually had brain injury. And that hearing from God, plus her commitment to faithfully do The Healing Codes, is leading to much healing.

It occurred to me that it’s quite possible that her extraordinary spiritual attunement might have come, not despite the abuse, but because of the abuse. That God used the very changes in her brain caused by the abuse for his own good purposes. Sort of like how an ugly caterpillar gets transformed into a beautiful butterfly–after falling completely apart in the chrysalis first.

I can’t prove that’s true, but it’s in line with what I’ve experienced in my life and seen in the lives of others: God can take something harmful, and turn it around to accomplish something good. As I wrote about recently, God’s way is to find any small positive thing, and increase it until it overcomes the negative.

It’s also in line with many stories in Scripture. My favorite one is the story of Joseph from Genesis 37-48. At age 17, Joseph (whose name, by the way, means “increase”) was the youngest of 11 brothers–and also his father’s favorite. Out of jealousy, his brothers sold him into slavery and told their father that he was killed by wild animals.

Joseph went through all kinds of trials in Egypt, through no fault of his own. In fact, several times, things got worse for him because he did the right thing. But ultimately his fortune turned around and he ended up being second in command to Pharaoh in Egypt. When a famine drove the brothers to go to Egypt to buy grain, they met Joseph but did not recognize him. You can sense that Joseph wrestled with making his brothers pay for what they did to him, but in the end, he forgave him and reconciled with them.

Joseph’s turnaround came when he saw God’s big picture: that it was because they had sold him into slavery that the family survived the famine. “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives,” he told them.

In my own life, I have pondered how God has used some of my traumas to bring me to the point I am now. Read More→

I’m Listening . . .

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I think I’ve cried at least once every single day for the past several weeks, if not months.

As someone who can’t help but feel and think deeply about everything, I have taken my time to respond to what is happening in the world, but especially in our country, about racism in particular.

I am and have always been about “healing heart issues.” I have worked with clients in 39 countries, and of all races and religions. Because I usually only use phone or Skype voice, I do not see my clients, and this gives me and them the freedom to relate at the heart level.

I have found that no matter the color of one’s skin, the same heart beats in all of us.

Having said that, I know that we are all affected by our culture and the surrounding culture. We have the same heart issues, but we don’t have the same experience. In our culture, there is wide disparity between socioeconomic and racial cultures. We can easily find many areas of injustice that need correcting.

I recently wrote a blog about distorted thinking, with the challenge to filter everything you hear or read—even what comes out of your own mouth—through this lens. Our culture’s polarization, for instance, is a perfect example of most of the thinking styles mentioned. And racism is built on ALL of them.

We need to first confront the distorted thinking, the heart wounds, that exist in our own hearts before we can clearly engage in any conversation about healing on a larger scale. As Jesus said, we need to remove the log in our own eye before we can see to take out the speck in our brother’s eye.

With that said, I am prayerfully asking God to show me any way in which my own heart and my own thinking need to be changed.

And I am listening. Deeply. With humility. Listening to my black brothers and sisters, to my friends and colleagues, to people who demonstrate that they are thinking clearly.

And I want to listen to YOU. If there is anything you have seen in what I have said that shows any kind of distorted thinking like that on my blog, or just plain ignorance, call me out, please. I promise to listen.

I believe that love is what is needed now more than ever. And love listens. Love allows space for another to be heard, without judgment. That is what I have always sought to do with my clients, friends and family.

After talking with thousands of clients the world over, I believe one of the greatest aches of the human heart is to be validated. To be heard.

I want you who read this to know that I believe you should be heard. That your experience matters. That YOU matter. Growing up in a home in which I felt like I didn’t matter because I was different (with the trait of high sensitivity), I get that deep need. “Black lives matter” is a very moving statement to me.

I am also listening to God, searching his word for his perspective. What I find is that to God, ALL lives matter, simply because he created every person. God himself loves diversity. You see this in the very first book of the Bible, Genesis, when he made an incredible variety of things, and you see it in the very last book (Revelation), where the vision is of “peoples from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands” (Revelation 7:9). From beginning to end in the Bible, God loves and values diversity.

And so should we, for that very reason.

God loves diversity!

Years ago in 2006, I wrote on my Abundant Gifts blog a post called “Room for All Kinds.” It moved me greatly to write it, and I offer it to you now: https://abundantgiftsblog.com/room-for-all-kinds/

This is the vision I hold to, and pray for. Before God we all stand equal . . . and beloved. When you know yourself—and every other person–as the Beloved of God, it changes everything.

My work is to help you see that you are the Beloved, and then I trust that God and your own aligned self will make clear the unique contribution you are to make to a world in which God’s celebration of diversity is meant to be made manifest.

I am seeing an interesting phenomenon with my clients and friends, especially those with the trait of High Sensitivity: it seems like somehow we are all taking on a bit of the overall energetic “spillage” from all that’s going on in the world right now.

How this shows up in clients varies, but many of us are feeling things like “heartache, anxiety, grief” as well as the fear, loss of control, etc.

Some clients are finding that issues, including physical issues, that had been healed before are now showing up again. Others are finding it hard to pinpoint any memories of their own, but they nonetheless feel some sort of generalized and/or anticipatory negative feelings.

I believe what’s happening is we are experiencing what authors Dr. Elise Van Sustenan and Stacey Colino call “Emotional Inflammation.”

There may be a very positive side to this, though. I think that as we heal ourselves, we are also in some way contributing in a very real way to the healing of the collective. To the extent that we’re tapping into that, is the extent to which our own healing will help the world.

If all you feel you can do right now is focus on your own healing, that’s OK. Doing just that is making a contribution that may be much more than more “concrete” acts of service.

And if you would like some personalized coaching, check out HealingCodesCoaching.com. The Healing Codes and Immanuel Prayer are exactly what is needed for this issue.

Miracles in the Midst

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I wrote recently about the mantra to get us through these turbulent times (“Just because things aren’t the same, doesn’t mean they can’t still be good”).

Well, it is proving true, as I continue to look for the signs of God at work, bringing good out of things that in themselves are not good.

Amid the roller-coaster I’m still riding, I am seeing some downright miracles.

One huge miracle comes from a client I’ll call LH, who gave me permission to share her story.

LH’s daughter was estranged for many years, for reasons LH could never fathom. Her daughter would not allow LH to see her grandchildren, which was heart-wrenching for LH because she had for several years practically raised one grandson and was especially close to that one. Her daughter suddenly cut her off from all the grandchildren and would not even allow LH to speak to them.

LH was a member of my Healing Hearts Circle group coaching program. As we worked on her heart issues surrounding this, I always had the sense that her Healing Codes were meant for the whole family. LH’s own memory would usually heal very quickly, in a matter of days, but I kept telling her to continue to do her codes and release them to the family, especially her daughter. It felt very clear to me that she and her daughter were strongly tied energetically, that the daughter had been absorbing a lot of LH’s pain and compounding her own, and that targeting LH’s issues and releasing her code to her family would be the best way to heal them all, including LH.

Well, the daughter miraculously turned around and responded to my client sending her a gift. Interestingly, this happened after an amazing Immanuel Prayer time with my client, in which she was shown a beautiful vision of her family that she clung to as she continued to do Healing Codes for herself and her family. God had given her the vision that he himself was working to bring about. And it only took a few short weeks!

There was a very stubborn and seemingly key generational memory involved with this family that I tested was healed right before the miraculous turnaround. LH could actually sense it was healed: “I seem to be able to feel its release or, perhaps, it’d be better said to say I feel its absence. It had a heaviness, a dirtiness, as well as a darkness to it. I feel ‘clean’ now with it gone.”

On Mother’s Day, the Immanuel Prayer vision of her family sitting around the dinner table, talking and laughing and not wanting to leave, actually came true. She spent three and a half hours with her daughter and grandchildren, and the mother-daughter bond is there like it hasn’t been for decades. “I haven’t seen this version of my daughter in 33 years,” LH says. And when she visited with her son, “he didn’t want us to leave. Just like in the Immanuel Prayer vision.”

This is an amazing miracle, God doing it through these marvelous tools, Healing Codes and Immanuel Approach.

The founder of Immanuel Approach, Dr. Karl Lehman, said in a recent email, “People ask me sometimes, ‘Why do we need to even do Immanuel Approach facilitating? Why can’t we just pray for people and have God heal them?’” Dr. Karl’s answer was that God seems to prefer that we co-labor with him in this work of healing.

I too had often gotten that same impression every time I would ask God, “Why do we need The Healing Codes or Immanuel Approach, or tools like the Halo or c.Balance?” God really does seem to like to be involved with us, and he seems to like to use various tools. Perhaps it’s because this God is a relational God, above all else. The other way—our just asking God to do thus and such, without our involvement—can easily cut out the relational part. God does not want to end up being a big Vending Machine in the Sky.

That’s not to say he doesn’t want us to ask. But we ask as a child asks a Father. And as a good Father who wants to foster growth in his children, he comes alongside and trains us. He asks for our involvement. I think he enjoys it more that way. I know it’s a lot more satisfying to have an actual relationship with a living God, rather than having to figure out some kind of formula for getting things to happen the way we want them to.

That’s the way I see it, anyway.

Besides LH’s miracle, I’m seeing miracles in my own life. Miracles of personal healing, provision, answers to prayers, “next steps” made clear.

I think of miracles as signs that point to the fact that there is a good God working behind the scenes. They are things that we could not ourselves make happen, though we may have a part to play.

I saw this video the other day and I thought, “Is this why God has permitted the COVID-19 pandemic?” I don’t pretend to know. But to me it highlights that God is still at work, bringing good out of evil.

That’s his job description for himself these days: “Behold, I am making all things new” (Revelation 21: 5).

If you would like to avail yourself of either of these tools that can unleash miracles, visit https://HealingCodesCoaching.com and check out the resources and the coaching options.

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As I write this, many people from all over the world have been “sheltering in place,” to one degree or another, for at least a month.

In that time, we have all been thrown into collective grief and shock, because the changes have happened so swiftly, so totally.

Every aspect of our lives have changed—forever.

Things will never be the same.

We need to grieve that. There are some days when grief looms large indeed for me.

Grief not only for what I’ve lost, but as a Highly Sensitive empath, I also feel the pain of countless others who are suffering.

Suffering the loss of loved ones. Loss of work. Loss of a business into which they have poured themselves.

And I can’t even think of the children who are abused, trapped in homes with parents who formerly could not bear the stress, and who now are at the breaking point.

Or other victims of domestic violence.

For everyone, a way of life has been changed forever, more or less, in one way or another.

How do we cope? Is there any way to come out of this crisis stronger?

I believe there is. If we can embrace the hidden invitations of this strange time, we will develop strengths that we can bring into the “new normal” we will soon, we hope, be able to forge. 

What we need is resilience. Here are two steps  to develop your resilience.

Step One: Find the Joy Amid the Suffering

The first hidden invitation, and a big part of the healing process, is to learn to find joy even in the midst of the suffering.

Joy? In the midst of suffering? Is that possible? Read More→

Here is a question that is often asked in some form,  especially by those who are just starting out with The Healing Codes:

“The terrible feelings and thoughts are not going away, and even when I’m doing The Healing Code, unwanted thoughts get in the way of my positive focus.”

Read the whole question and my answer here.

More FAQ about The Healing Codes.

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