When I was in high school we had to dissect frogs in science class. Our teacher prepped our frogs by inserting a pin in the base of their heads and mashing the tiny frog brains. The frog then lived long enough for us to cut it open and see its heart still beating. (If you are a member of PETA, this seems like a good opportunity for a protest. Stop frog dissections!) Our teacher made sure we’d all do this by pairing up girls with boys, the theory being that boys had no problem with dissecting a live animal. Everybody’s frogs all died within 10-15 minutes after they had been dissected. Except my partner’s and my frog. It not only lived that day, but two more days after that. Every day I kept reporting to the teacher that our frog was still alive. Finally the teacher put the frog out of its misery. (To this day I’m haunted by a vision of the teacher holding a tiny frog pillow over its head.) It was years later that I realized my energy field had been helping the frog to live and that I have natural healing abilities. (Some day, humans will have to face their karma for the inhumane ways they have treated animals, including themselves. I have a strong feeling I’ll be seeing my frog on a panel of karmic judges. I’m so sorry, froggie!)
What defines a healer? People who emit a certain frequency in their energy fields and/or from their hands that promotes and enhances healing, sometimes miraculously so. The frequency is 7.8 hertz. Physicist John Zimmerman used a device called SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) to measure known healers and observed that they radiate 7.8 hertz from their hand even when not healing. Normal people fluctuate from 7-12 hertz. This same frequency shows up in healers’ brain waves, as discoverd by physicist Robert O. Beck. It is estimated that 5% of the population carries this frequency.
Currently many people that are healers are not acting as healers nor do they know or understand that they are healers. Healing energy has its own desire to heal. When a person is not conscious about this special spiritual gift, odd circumstances can occur that leaves the unconscious healer confused. This healing energy that emanates from me has caused strange anomolies including:
- People can take an instant dislike to me including family members for no apparent reason (they are rejecting the healing energy). A fellow healing friend called just as I was writing this with a story about coming out of a movie theater yesterday and some total stranger cursed and swore at her!
- I can’t measure my heart rate when exercising because as soon as I place my finger tips on my pulse point I radiate energy that drops the heart rate.
- My body transforms certain drugs so that they aren’t effective such as novacaine and epidurals.
- I can be unconsciously drawn to people who need healing and end up choosing them for realtors, doctors, dentists, etc. Then, instead of them being in service to me, I end up being in service to them. It means it can take years for my house to sell or I walk out of a medical office with more symptoms then I went in with.
- When I teach, people can get upset with me because the healing energy is directed in a different way as I teach them how to heal themselves.
Humans hold certain ancient attitudes about healers including what I’ll call entitlement. It goes somethinig like this: A healer must give healing energy at all times and for no reward. Traditional healers often speak of how their own bodies suffer as they are consumed by others who want healing energy. There is no doubt about it…humans as a whole can be a needy bunch. Because of the entitlement attitude, unconscious healers often don’t get paid well, in whatever endeavor they are in.
Healing energy needs to be expressed. It it doesn’t have an outlet it will actually cause illness in the body. Sorry to be the bad news messenger here…if you are a healer you will not be taking long vacations or retiring. Healing energy does not stop ever. Unless, you become a rogue healer (using your spiritual gifts in a bad way) and then the powers-that-are can take your healing powers away.
Here’s a quick test to determine if you are, perhaps, an unconscious healer:
- Do strange things or events happen around you?
- Do children and animals gravitate to you? Conversely do you find certain adults, including family members, take a violent dislike to you for no apparent reason?
- Do you get odd results with prescription drugs?
- Do your hands heat up a lot and perhaps sweat?
- Do you feel like you have a deeper sense of wisdom and you don’t know why?
- Do you feel drained around certain people?
- Is your spouse at a completely different level of awareness than you are (as in deeply troubled and needing a lot of help to function)?
- Do meetings and organizations run better because you are around? (Ask some friends about this one.)
If you give your healing powers an outlet, you can begin to train them to express in that particular form instead of all areas of your life. Volunteering is a great outlet for an unconscious healer who doesn’t want to start a healing business. Learning Reiki can help you become conscious about your healing abilities and create an avenue of expression for them. If you like plants, let your healing energy heal land. Animals? Work at a local animal shelter.
The research presented here about healers was provided by Walter L. Weston and his book Praywell.
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