Hands-on-Healing is a very sacred and personal interaction.
First United Spiritualist church incorporates interpersonal (hands-on) healing as part of its services on both Sunday and Tuesday.
Hands-on-Healing is a very personal and sacred interaction. For those who choose to participate, the following explanation is provided for your information:
For those who attend our services and choose to participate in healing:
- Be seated at the front of the Chapel.
- A Healer will approach and begin the healing.
- Some Healers use hands-on and others work with the aura or energy fields close to the body without touching.
As Hands-on healing can involve lightly touching the body great care is taken to assure that each individual’s comfort and privacy is maintained.
During healing it is not uncommon to experience the release of varied emotions, however should you feel uncomfortable at any time during the healing simply indicate this to the healer and the healing will be discounted immediately.
Healing comes from the power of Spirit-Guide/Source/God Consciousness, the person doing the healing is simply a conduit of these energies. We are blessed to offer this service to others.
“To become a healer means dedication. Not to any specific spiritual practice, religion or set of rigid rules, but dedication to your particular path of truth and love. This means that your practice of that truth and love will probably change as you travel through your life. There are many roads to ‘Heaven’ I dare say, as many as there are souls returning home.”
(Hands of Light – Barbara Brennan)
Hands-on healing, also known as Energy, Radiant, or Spiritual Healing, has been practiced by many cultures for thousands of years. In Greek mythology, Chiron, the wise Centaur, taught Asclepius, the God of Medicine, hands-on healing. This practice was so revered that Grecian statues of Asclepius were made with gold-gilt hands, celebrating the power of touch to heal. This was also the source of the caduceus, modern medicine’s symbol of healing and the word Chi-ergy, which evolved into surgery. Later, in Christianity, we are told countless stories of Christ’s ability to heal using the laying-on-of-hands.
A definition of healing is any activity that increases communication between one’s body and spirit, allowing one to move towards greater levels of self-acceptance, integration and wholeness.
For further information about Healing come and join us in our Chapel every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Those Individuals that need at Healing (we do Absent Healing) and for those interested in becoming at Healer please contact us through our contact form.