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Ok things is about to get veeeeery controversial, so just go ahead and gird your loins now: Since becoming a healer about 8 or 9 years ago, I’ve noticed that a significant number of people don’t actually want to be well or healed. Why not? How did I come to that theory? Watch my video and let us know what you think, and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.
I learned Reiki about 10 years ago and ever since I’ve been wondering about techniques for healing. Don’t get me wrong, Reiki is an amazing system, an ultimate system. However, one of the key points is that we don’t direct Reiki, we simply channel it. There is no healer, there is only healing. However, my ego consciousness wants to direct the flow! So how can we go about doing that?
Tina Zion is a Reiki master, clinical hypnotist and registered psychiatric nurse. Her two books on Medical Intuition – and her book on Reiki – are absolute goldmines of information on how to understand clearly what is going with your client, with special techniques to help release problems, such as psychic intrusions, negative thought forms, addictions, soul loss and more.
Be warned, these are books that will take over your life. I have just finished the Advanced book, and it has taken me months to get through it. You have to keep stopping, read a bit of Middlemarch (or whatever else you have going on) and come back to it a week or so later, all the while practicing like a crazy thing.
So if you are frustrated with merely laying your hands on the clients’ body and hoping for the best, and you are looking to refine your healing and take on some fully next-level challenges, these are the books to get your mitts on.
Other books you might like:
No healing book list is complete without Barbara H Brennan’s Hands of light
Sherrie Dillard’s Develop Your Medical Intuition
John Cross – Healing with the Chakra Energy System