November 5th, 2007

Just Beachy asked me what a psychic healer does.
After sending her to my About page, I decided to write my first post about some aspects of my practice. Go ahead, read the About page. I’ve got all day.

I want to create an analogy here, so bear with me. Picture the solar system, then picture an atom, with its nucleus and electrons whizzing around every which way, and at different frequencies. As above, so below, and all that. If I put your hand under a seemingly solid table, then put my own above it while channelling energy, you would be able to feel it. That’s because so-called “solid” objects have a slower frequency than ours. It comes in handy if we want to sit on a chair or something. But remember the vast, solar system like expanses that make up the atoms. Energy can easily move through them, and it is not diminished by geographical distance.

If you think that your soul is in you, consider instead that you are in your soul. As Kahlil Gibran says in “The Prophet”, ” you should not say ‘God is in my heart,’ but rather,’I am in the heart of God”. Couldn’t have said it better myself.

We are all energy constructs. Our frequencies may vary, but truly, we are all one. When I connect with someone, I resonate to their energy, setting up similar vibrations in my energy field. I can then kind of feel you inside of your skin, and if you are in pain, I usually feel that. I feel for energy blockages. Sometimes I see them as well.

While I am doing this, I am connected to my healing guides, and my go-to guide, the Archangel Michael. I know that Raphael is the official Archangel of healing, but well, I was attuned to Michael, and I can easily channel that energy. The healing does not come from
me, it comes through me. I fill myself up with all that yummy love, and direct it from my heart chakra to the recipient. It works pretty much the same way as prayer does, except that I am more aware of the process. Like prayer, you become in a state of perfect peace and grace. Love is like that.

Sometimes my toning and chanting guides call upon me to produce certain sounds, sometimes my healing drum is called for. It’s all good.

This is the usual procedure for distance healing. In person, I attune the client myself to the energy of the Archangel Michael, and put my hands upon them to channel the energy directly, clearing their chakras. It is always a beautiful experience, because love just feels so wonderful.

This stuff is so much a part of my practice that I hope it isn’t too much jargon speak for you. Google “chakras” if you aren’t down with the term.

Any questions?

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4 Responses to “We are in the heart of God (thanks, Kahlil Gibran)”

Debs in Pumpkin Patch Says:

This was very interesting reading. Thank you for explaining and sharing. :)

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Just Beachy Says:

Lots of questions! And thank you for clearing some of them up.

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Old Knudsen Says:

Yer invitation for questions stumped me, I have 50 million of them as everyone should have but not knowing you makes me cautious as I don’t want to scare you from ever asking that again so for now I’ll just say nice ta meet you.

witchypoo sez: I smell a FAQ page coming soon. Just email me questions that you might like to see answers to. If they aren’t too cheeky, I will tackle them. (I’ve seen your site, you salty dawg)

Robin (the pensieve one) Says:

You know, you and I are really different when it comes to spiritual matters, but I appreciate you taking the time to explain. AND, I appreciate your comments to my site (and I noticed the link changed so now you have an interactive blog…cool!).

Thanks, too, for trying to help with my techie question…I loathe that part of blogging b/c I don’t just “automatically” know how to do everything I’d like to…and THAT slows me down :/.

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witchypoo sez: I expect that my beliefs differ from most mainstream religious people. I believe that God is the glue that holds the universe together; God is love. (I’m not terribly convinced that God has a gender though) As long as there is dialogue without name calling, it’s all good. I noticed that you have Mr Linky on your site. Did that solve the cut and paste code textarea box problem?