I’ve often been pleasantly surprised by the many open-minded people who are quick to absorb certain aspects of spiritual/natural/quantum healing, especially when their children are involved. After many years meeting people from many countries, creeds and backgrounds, I’ve learned that I can only offer spiritual healing and knowledge to the extent that someone accepts it – that’s how free will works.
When we were getting ready to move into a new home a few years ago, a maid in our hotel room asked what Leo did for a living and he replied that he was a spiritual healer. That often brought a cringe to my shoulders, as I expected the oncoming wave of incredulity and accompanying higher-level negativity. However, the maid was excited and asked if we could help her. She turned around and pointed to her shoulder where the surgeon had closed her up and told her that the muscle damage would be permanent. Leo offered to help her and, when she accepted, he picked up a whole slough of spirits that had attached themselves to her shoulder, causing her constant pain by preventing the tissue from healing.
The next day the Indian maid returned to our room and was ecstatic that she hadn’t felt any pain since Leo had done the removal. Then she told us that she had excruciating pain in her shoulder ever since a shark had killed her husband during one of her religion’s most sacred celebrations that included offerings into the waters of the South Pacific. It was another happy moment when someone had accepted a healing, and she asked if we could help some of her other ailing relatives if needed.
A couple of weeks later we received a call from the lady who asked if we could do a healing on her 2-year-old granddaughter who had been admitted to the children’s hospital in serious condition. Of course, my reply was that one of the child’s parents would have to make a request for the healing and, a few minutes later I spoke with her son and agreed to meet him at the hospital.
When we entered the child’s room, concerned family members were gathered around, some lying on the beds provided for overnight stays. The little girl looked so tiny and helpless, moaning loudly in pain with an enlarged liver. With no hesitation Leo moved aside the tubes, leaned over the child and asked if he could help her and bring her a nice spirit. Then he started bringing the Light* into the child while she lay motionless and relaxed, which prompted her father to say that it was the first time he’d seen her so calm in the several days since her fever had started. In 10 to 12 minutes Leo sat down and told the parents: “She’ll be alright now.”
The following evening we received a call from the child’s father who said that his daughter had been released from the hospital that morning. He then asked if we could come to their home to tell us what we felt about his living space and to help his 2 young sons that were having behavioral problems.
A week or so later, when we arrived at the man’s house, he met us at the door, accompanied by his wife, sons and his now recovering daughter who was running around with her brothers. We did a followup healing on his daughter and worked briefly with his sons who were also receptive to each receiving a positively oriented spirit.
Afterward we learned that his wife was a Muslim, that they had many animated arguments about whose faith was superior, and that she accepted the space he had set aside in their home where he conducted his daily Hindu rituals. He invited me to see some of the religious statues and symbols that had become familiar in movies and I politely listened to a now familiar story of how his religion was the most credible one on the planet (while I refused any influence).
I learned a lot from working with this lovely family. For the first time Leo and I had worked with someone in a hospital and the result was just as positive as anywhere else. There should be less division between spiritual/natural/quantum healing and medical science, for all healing arts strive for the same goals.
The message from the parents was that it was OK to work with their children, but they were devoted to their respective religions and never asked for any help. Gladly the parents welcomed healing for their children!
Incidentally, when I asked how his mother was feeling, the children’s father told me that she had been attending special healing meetings at their temple where her vocal admiration for our healing skills had fallen on deaf ears. And she had started to feel the pain in her shoulder again, although not as sharply.
Just because someone is used to the medical system or has different spiritual belief values doesn’t mean that they’re inflexible about spiritual healing. However, they should be prepared to continue the process of refusing negativity and working with their spirit and the Light.
I believe that the positive healing power of the pure white Light crosses all belief boundaries and can reach and benefit anyone who accepts it.
*Light: The pure white light of the universe; purely positive energy; not associated with any one religion or deity; I work spiritually with people from every background from around the globe
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