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Someone just posed a good question on the Amazon page for The Healing Code, and I answered it. I thought I’d share it with you as well.

Q: I have been using the Healing Codes for a couple of months. I am feeling much better. I have no idea how long I am supposed to keep doing the Codes 3 times a day. Do you ever stop?

A: The “much better” you have experienced can be “much much better” if you continue to do The Healing Code.

I have never stopped after 9 years.

First of all, I never seem to run out of “heart issues” to address. Besides, that, I just enjoy doing the Healing Codes. And I sure appreciate the results! The healing I’ve had in all areas of my life from doing Healing Codes at least twice a day for 9 years now is phenomenal. Physically, socially, emotionally, spiritually, financially–every area of my life has improved. (For the medical report tracking my progress in 2012,2014, and 2016, go here.)

When the heart issues are out of the way, I am open to more of God, more of life, I’m finding. Life is just … fuller.

I think of The Healing Codes as more like brushing my teeth, or taking my daily walk: It’s something I do to keep healthy. As opposed to, say, an antibiotic you take to address an infection.

If you run out of “heart issues” to address, you can use The Healing Code to instill more of the positive in your life: more love, more joy, more kindness, etc. Then if something negative pops up, you address the negative. When that goes down to 0 or 1, you go back to instilling the positive.

Hope this helps! There’s lots more at Healing Codes Coaching and this Healing Heart Issues website.

One of my favorite parables of Jesus is very short and sweet, found in Mark 4:28-29. I think it applies to all kinds of things, including healing, relationships, and success.

It reads:

And he [Jesus] said, “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground. He sleeps and rises night and day, and the seed sprouts and grows; he knows not how. The earth produces by itself, first the blade, then the ear, then the full grain in the ear. But when the grain is ripe, at once he puts in the sickle, because the harvest has come.”

What this says to me is: We can plant a seed, and we don't have to understand how it will grow. In fact, we only have two roles according to the parable: plant the seed, and harvest the grain when it's ripe.

We "plant seeds" in all kinds of ways. When you pray for someone, you plant a seed. God begins working, you know not how, but you look for the signs. Often you can't see anything for a while, because God first works "underground." As Professor William Tiller, eminent physicist, says, "The unseen is always the parent of the seen." Things happen in the spiritual realm before they manifest in the physical realm.

When you do a Healing Code, for yourself or someone else, you plant a seed. Healing energy has been activated, you know not how. You look for the signs (which may take a while, because so much can be going on in the unseen realm of the heart). Eventually you enjoy the harvest when it comes.

One more thing the farmer does:

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Jesus climbed into a boat and went back across the lake to his own town. Some people brought to him a paralyzed man on a mat. Seeing their faith, Jesus said to the paralyzed man, 'Be encouraged, my child! Your sins are forgiven.'
  But some of the teachers of religious law said to themselves, "That's blasphemy! Does he think he's God?"
  Jesus knew what they were thinking, so he asked them, "Why do you have such evil thoughts in your hearts? Is it easier to say 'Your sins are forgiven,' or 'Stand up and walk'? So I will prove to you that the Son of Man has the authority on earth to forgive sins." Then Jesus turned to the paralyzed man and said, "Stand up, pick up your mat, and go home!"
  And the man jumped up and went home! Fear swept through the crowd as they saw this happen. And they praised God for sending a man with such great authority."–Matthew 9:1-8 (NLT)

This passage from the Gospel of Matthew fascinates me. Before Jesus heals the paralyzed man, he declares the man's sins are forgiven.

The usual interpretation is that Jesus said this to make a point that he is God. Only God can forgive sins. No doubt that is the point, but I think there's something else here that can be missed. The man's deepest need was forgiveness of sins. Jesus seems to indicate that this was the source of the man's physical issue of paralysis. Until this source issue was addressed, the man would not be healed.

Though Scripture says over and over that spiritual reality is the source of physical reality, most people don't really accept this. Yet as Dr. Alex Loyd shows in his book, The Healing Code, the best scientific minds are now discovering that indeed, the unseen world is the source of what is seen. He says our physical issues have a nonphysical root, the issues of the heart. And unforgiveness is one of the key inhibitors to healing any issue, physical or emotional.

Jesus mentioned forgiveness both because it was the paralytic’s root issue, and also Read More→

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