To Heal is to make Whole.
By healing we wish to make whole that which was whole (possibly
differently whole than we wish to make it) but is not now.
All we have to do is to remember that which we heal and enforce
its former/future beauty, joy and power of wholeness.
A beauty, joy and power which IS.
Not only persons can be healed. It is in your power to heal
all that you extend your Self to (inanimate objects, places,
thoughts, ideas, energies etc.)
Healing others doesn't really differ from healing yourself.
This is because of the simple fact that others are you.
Healing is done through Love, through becoming One.
The greater your Love/understanding, the more/better you can
Of course, in order to give more complete and more efficient
healing, one should attack on all fronts: use modern and alternative
medicine, or something completely different - it's all up
Whatever you feel would be appropriate.
Throughout this book I talk about healing as making Whole,
healing as way of dealing with fear and its manifestations
in a most direct way - striking at the core of the problem
and solving it from a state of pure choice.
I will also say a few words about partial healing. (I also
call it 'curing' or 'partial balancing'.)
A good example for partial healing is standard medicine:
I go to the doctor, he gives me a diagnosis and prescribes
some pills. I get the pills, use them regularly and hopefully
wait for the disease to subside.
My involvement in my healing is minimal; I don't have to think
about the cause of the disease nor do I have to change my
Most importantly: I don't have to face my fears.
I just have to pop the pills in my mouth.
It is partial because it deals only with one aspect of Self,
in this case it is the physical body - or more probably only
a part of it.
Most of the time it cures the effect, but it does not heal
Proper cure of the physical body or other part/aspect of the
Self gives a boost, a chance for the whole to shift its consciousness
and perception to a less limited or unlimited one - and thus
This chance, this help is either used or ignored. If it is
ignored, the dis-ease will manifest itself again somehow.
This is why techniques which deal with the consequences instead
of the source of problem do work, if they work at all.
My advice is to strike always primarily at the source of
the problem; secondarily at the effects if needed.
If we take into consideration the sorry state in which the
vast majority of people is in, for complete Healing a great
reordering/restructuring of perception of self is needed.
This can be quite a challenge.
Our society in its current state tends to deplete health.
Just take a look how an average person loses health during
his life: healthiest as child, the problems add up as he gets
older, finally resulting in some serious diseases after a
few decades of life.
Rarely is one rejuvenated later in life; 'fixed', 'patched
up', yes, maybe, but not rejuvenated.
This does not have to be so.
'Maturing/aging process'? 'Normal'? Unfortunately, it is normal.
But no way does being the norm make it natural and wholesome.
What I'm saying is that not only complete healing can be a
challenge, but also maintaining that state. But don't let
that scare you, you're not alone!
You like challenges, don't you?
I present you tools:
These are good tools.
Use them well.