Each of us is born with an inherent spiritual task, a sacred contract to learn to use our personal power responsibly, wisely, and lovingly. One’s purpose is to live in a manner that is consistent with one’s spiritual ideals, to live the Golden Rule every moment of one’s life, and to live every thought as a sacred prayer. This is simple, but it is not easy.
Life energy is not static, it is kinetic; it moves around. Your energy is an extension of your spirit. “Your biography becomes your biology.” There is a strong link between spiritual distresses, physical and emotional stresses, and specific illnesses. Examples:
- People with heart disease have had life experiences which block future intimacy.
- People with lower back problems have persistent financial problems.
- People with cancer have unresolved connections to the past.
- People with blood disorders have deep-seated, family problems.
Healing does not always mean the physical body recovers. It can also mean the person has released long-held fears and negative thoughts toward oneself or others. This can occur even when the body is dying. The essential ingredient for energy healing is the active involvement of the person. Warnings do not heal, actions do.
Reference: Myss, C. (1996) Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing. New York: Three Rivers Press