If You Are Really a Healer ...
This experience has me a little concerned. If you are writing a story here for example, it would seem to me that you fancy yourself having powers of some kind. Are we talking Jesus and Lazarus here, because Lazarus was cold dead, and Jesus man--they say he brought him right back to life. I saw this written somewhere. Now that is some serious healing if you ask me. And some people even believe it is really true. So we might have to fine tune the definition of healer, I mean unless you are convinced you are Jesus.
I am big into channeling powers and prayer as an instrument of healing--I get that. There have been cases recorded throughout history where people claim to have been healed with the laying on of hands and such, and if the layee feels better, then that's great.
Einstein says that intuition is nothing more than relying on past experiences and then the brain uses that past knowledge and can utilize it when analyzing the current situation. I love Eisntein so I would never argue with him, but it would mean that if your past experiences have not been that great then your intuition would suffer a little. Anybody can say they have intuition, so I would need written examples of cases of intuitive knowledge were I to seek the help of such a person. You know...references and examples.
Then I would have to ask my healer just what makes them think they are so special. It is a legitimate question after all--epsecially if they do not have the references I just asked to see.
There's one more healing oriented thing that bothers me about this group: If you are a healer, that is nice, but I want to know why you have to keep telling everyone about your powers. Why do healers feel the need to constantly stoke their own egos by making these kinds of proclamations all the time?
If you are constantly saying to yourself and anyone else who will listen that you are a wonderful, intuitive healer, that might be a kind of affirmation for yourself, which is great, but those kinds of statements repeated over and over again sound like you are advertising. And if that is the case, then you are looking to reach people in need of help. That's nice too, but what would be even nicer would be if there was some way to verify your lofty claims. See this would be where the references would come in again. Sort of like...oh yeah..prove it, especially if you are looking to take my money.
I propose these guidelines because there are a lot of vulnerable people out there in need of real healing. And saying that you are intuitive and wonderful and talented and full of healing powers doesn't make it so. In fact, if you have to keep saying how talented you are, I think it is little like "she or he doth protest too much" .
Why not just go somewhere where there are people in need and do a little pro bono healing to make their day. Then maybe if they can attest to your ability, well then you just might have a reference in the making. Then you could make up business cards and flyers to put on people's windshields and that would probably give you a lot more credibility than you have now.
I'm just looking out for the potential client who might be vulnerable and looking for help, and end up harmed by a so-called healer. That would not be cool.
Also, does the healing power ever run out? Like if you have a particularly needy client, could you find your self depleted of power then? Wow. That would be a drag--specially if you have already made a lot of fliers.
Lesson: Be careful what you claim and who you target to recieve your "powers". Because I am a "seer" and the universe has shown me the future and it does not bode well for fraudulent healers. Your license to heal might be revoked by the universe if the universe finds out . Remember...first, Do No Harm.