Friends on the path – Healing

Friends on the path meet yet once again to enquire into the subject of healing. It is a vast field, with many different levels and implications. What is healing, beyond the method and expectation, what does it take for a healing to take place and what is the role of the healer. The participants share their knowledge and experience.

Host: Michaela
Guests: Jerome (US). Kari (US), Marina (UK), Oldriska (CR)

Enjoy

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About Michaela

I am a wanderer and a wonderer, like you are. I love our journey and to walk in the company of friends – to learn, experience, share, laugh, cry and above all I simply love this marvelous, magical, mysterious life. I have no plan (cannot believe I am saying this) and my only intention is to be truthful to myself and others.
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2 Responses to Friends on the path – Healing

  1. Rob says:

    I resonate with everything that has been said and would like to add my view.

    There is healing and there is healed.
    Using the premiss of two dimensions, form and formless, I would attribute healing in the form dimension, as healing implies doing and time.
    Healed could be said to be in the formless dimension because it doesn’t need time, it is!

    Their are many forms of healing that are vital on the physical, psychological and emotional level.

    On the deeper level of pure conciousness there is healed.

    The recognition that form is subject to change and dissolution is a big step toward the formless and gives an opportunity to strengthen the possibility of healing on the external level.

    Stepping back into “space” is a chance to dis-identify from externals; to see what is happening with more clarity and gives relief from anguish.

    Perhaps the resolve “I prefer not to think about it” comes from a deeper place than the mind, perhaps it comes from the place of healed, on a higher plane.

    Big paradox in there I’m sure, (I like paradox’s)
    Wonderful to see and hear you all.

    Rob (Apriori)

  2. U says:

    refreshing honesty …….
    as a cranio practitioner I like to use the word collaboration between practitioner and client….
    thank you so much,

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