Different Approaches to Healing
There is a need to explain how the same problems are cured in different ways, why with different effectiveness, why in different terms, why they occur at all.
Medical approach (physical approach) to treatment.
Now on the Internet you can find descriptions and results of any research on a person: from measuring the passage of energy impulses through healthy and sick organs, data on the density and composition of the biofield, to measuring the weight of the soul. The goals of this are to understand what the human body is, why it fails in its work, in its life, how to “fix these problems”?
In fact, the human body is a “leather vessel” filled with a colloidal solution of salts and minerals. Anyone who remembers physics will say that it is an electrolytic capacitor.
The capacitor works very simply – it accumulates energy entering it and gives it away, accumulates it from the environment and gives it back. From the point of view of body-oriented psychotherapy, which was founded by Wilhelm Reich, energy flows freely in a healthy body, so to speak, “In a healthy body – a healthy spirit”. But this is very rare.
Any negative effects on a person cause an adequate reaction in the body: clamps, seals, stagnation. Which in turn prevents the free flow of energy. The stagnation of energy gives birth to a disease.
Any human interaction with the surrounding world is based not just on energy processes, but on energy information! Simply put, we consist of information. Negative information spoils energy, which in turn manifests itself in the physical body. It is quite obvious that working with the disease at the body level is a rough approach to the problem.
Professor Kondrashenko, Doctor of Medical Sciences, wrote: “It is very difficult to be a good doctor in our country. It takes 7,800 hours to train a doctor, 97 per cent of which is spent on the study of the body and diseases of individual organs and only 3 per cent on psychology, ethics and deontology. And this is clearly a veterinary approach to training a doctor.
And this medieval thinking stretches back to Paracelsus. On June 25, 1527, he publicly burned the books of Hippocrates, Galen, Avicenna, calling them great charlatans, who taught that the doctor should know well not only what affects the person, but also those internal natural forces in the body that perceive this impact. Don’t believe them,” exclaimed Paracelsus in front of the astonished students, “for the disease is a weed that needs to be found and torn from its root.
This is how the search for the “weed” began, and 200 years later it became a part of the local theories of medicine. The current doctor knows a lot about cells, organs, tissues and almost nothing about a person. Excessive belief in the laboratory instrumental method of research has led to the fact that the analysis of urine or faeces is studied more deeply than the patient himself …
At least 50 percent of those who go to clinics and hospitals with somatic complaints (about internal diseases) are essentially healthy people who only need to correct their emotional state.
And if you look at the works of the scientist-psychologist Orlov M.Yu., it turns out that he found out and proved experimentally that he is not treating chemistry – a person is being treated. Let’s try to look at the question from a different angle, namely, “the person treats”.
That is, empathy, spiritual predisposition, responsiveness, mutual understanding, to put it in professional language – “rapport” plays a big role. When a patient believes that he can recover, that the treatment will help him, that it is this doctor who will cure him, that is when the process of recovery begins.
The principle of such interaction is similar in different Eastern schools (Qigong, Reiki, Ayurveda, Acupuncture, etc.)
How does this recovery process take place at the energy level?
William Lee Rand described it very well. The quote is almost straightforward, the wording is a little bit changed, so it’s a little bit scandalous.
Throughout our lives, we are exposed to millions of other people’s thoughts and feelings. Their influence on our minds depends on how receptive we are to them. When we are young, we are like an open book, and it is difficult for us to decide which thoughts and feelings to accept and which to reject.
In the years when the foundations of our personality are laid, our parents usually have the strongest influence on us. In addition, television, schoolteachers and a variety of impressions contribute to our programming.
In our subconscious, initial concepts are created, which leads to the creation of positive and negative energy structures in our auras, chakras and bodies. These structures have a direct impact on our health and on everything we do or experience.
Other people can also bring negative energy into our aura. Sometimes they do so unconsciously, feeding us dark, negative thoughts. Negative energy affects those of us with weakened aura or chakras. The effect of negative energy, often referred to as “bad vibrations,” can be temporary.
But if the person receiving this energy is weakened or otherwise exposed to negative energy, and if this energy is directed actively and deliberately, the effect may be more persistent.
Our mind and field of fine energy are also influenced by what we have experienced in past lives. This influence, called karma, is brought into life with the aura when the soul enters the physical body at the moment of our birth.
Throughout this life, the karma of past lives in our aura attracts experiences that, in turn, increase the karmic charge in the aura, and then it becomes possible to move into the chakras and eventually into the physical body.
As it grows deeper into the energy system, its influence becomes more visible and, depending on whether it is positive or negative, it will affect us differently, attracting good luck or bad luck and similarly affecting our health. This is often where ill health and illness begin.
Negative thoughts in our own minds, drawn from past lives or received from other people, attract or even generate negative energy and affect our energy field, limiting healthy energy and therefore the functioning of our bodies.
The healers’ treatment is to generate positive energy and send it to the areas of the aura, chakras, or parts of the body where the negative energy is located, with the intention of transforming the “bad” energy into positive energy or freeing the patient from this energy and dissipating it. As a result, the flow of positive energy is restored.
Regardless of the method used, all the processes of treatment or personal and spiritual development involve releasing the human energy field from the negative direction of energy, along with the negative thoughts and feelings that create it. This is the main process used by shamans and healers around the world. For this purpose, they involve a variety of techniques, but the purpose of these techniques is always the same.
And as you and I understand, the impact from the outside, even if it is energetic, is a deeper, perhaps more effective, but still a “bearish service”. A person does not learn a “lesson”. Someone does it for him.
Correspondingly, this person takes upon himself all the “laurels” of victory, the burden of responsibility and the “dirt” of reason. And why? They need to elevate their significance in the eyes of others and, first of all, in their own eyes, comfort their self-esteem, inflate their “ego” or do not knowingly.
At the same time, the fundamental laws of the universe, which are inalienable for every person, are not taken into account: freedom of will and the right to choose, as well as the system of Higher Powers, which supervise a person throughout his life (they are called differently).
As a result, it turns out that any interference from outside in the life and destiny of another person without his will and consent does not remove the cause of the problem and has certain consequences for the one who interferes (about this in the article about the properties of systems). Each of you has countless examples of this.