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Working Together with Kwan Yin Healing for Natural Health Solutions

Dr. Zorba Paster, host of the Public Radio International program On Your Health, has suggested managing chronic pain with acupuncture, massage or chiropractic, trying “six sessions before deciding whether it’s worthwhile.” As good as that advice may be, it still indicates guesswork rather than targeted treatment. In energy healing, guesswork can be common. While some guesses work, what’s needed are systematic, demonstrable approaches—including those to help choose which healing is appropriate.

When the body heals a cut on the hand, a remarkable system of growth, rebuilding, strengthening and infection protection swing into action, yet this local action is dependent upon systemic factors. “Blood-borne oxygen is essential for healing,” explains the John Hopkins Medicine Health Library in How Wounds Heal. “The right balance of oxygen is also important—too much or too little and the wound won’t heal correctly… 6.5 million people in the United States suffer with wounds that are not healing well,” due to endocrine, cardiopulmonary, vascular and nutritional disorders. Thus, to manage the wound requires assessment of the entire patient, notes trauma expert Dr. Brian J. Daley, of the University of Tennessee Medical Center.

Remarkable too, is that the body knows to build skin cells, not liver cells or toenail cells, according to that person’s genetic code, even though the DNA is the same in every cell. It is information that depends upon a larger system. In 1977, developmental biologist Bruce Lipton, researching adult stem cells, realized that if he changed the environment that these cells were in, he could turn the cells into bone, and if he changed the environment a bit more, they would form fat cells. He extends this influence to distance energy healing, citing physicist Amit Goswami on energetic entanglement. “Goswami’s study demonstrated that when two people become entangled, one person will conform to the energy of the other person. When one of them is a healer whose cells are vibrating at a higher level, the client’s cells become entangled and their energy is lifted,” she states. People heal better when they work together.

Energy healing exists on a spectrum. Light, color, radio and X-rays are all part of the electromagnetic spectrum, but we don’t use them interchangeably. Similarly, energy healing takes place over a wide range of vibrations. At the higher frequencies, similar to the DNA and environmental influences at the cellular level, the body has an energetic blueprint of an ideal healthy self. As J.J. Hurtak explains molecular biology in the Keys of Enoch, “To approach acupuncture from the standpoint of biophysics and also understand the higher force fields… man is a floating biological subsystem… a grid of magnetic domains which moves between the primary blueprint of the Overself and the pattern angles of the human organs.”

In reconnective approaches like Kwan Yin Healing, practitioners act as a catalyst for the greater energetic circulatory system, bringing clients into alignment with their highest selves and their ideal energetic blueprint. From that energetic alignment, physical healing flows in the same way that good blood oxygen or flowing chi contribute to health, healing and even happiness, including emotional healing, a natural lift from depression and sometimes sudden flashes of mental insight and a spiritual sense of peace and harmony.

Healing is often left to chance, and that’s when trying things takes over. Results follow the healing equation of clarity, connection, coherence and change. An energetic connection is a good start, but the larger problem—as with chronic wounds or pain—must be addressed comprehensively. That clarity of purpose must also be aligned with a consistent, systematic coherence to ensure the energy is focused as needed. To get different results, different things need to happen, and changes in even simple things such as nutrition and lifestyle are needed, as well as overall environmental factors. Then the guesswork can be removed and healing can move from merely trying, to results including managing chronic pain.

Tim Emerson, a 30-year veteran of energy healing, founded Kwan Yin Healing in Jan. 2011, offering energy healing, energy life-path alignment and online programs to help people learn to heal, self-heal and raise their vibration and consciousness. Download a free booklet What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Healer at KwanYinHealing.com.

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