Step 4: The Practical Steps to Heal From Illness

Step 4: Trust Your Healers

Most of the time, in the process of healing illness, you need secondary party like healers, medical practitioners and medicines to help you healing.  These parties have what you need to heal from illness. However, whether their healing is effective on you or otherwise is depends on your belief and TRUST.

First of all, when you seek healing from secondary parties, you must extend your beliefs in healing to these parties too. It also means, you must belief that their works of healing are effective to you.

Second of all, trust is like a bridge that connects the healing from the secondary party and you. Your body has a powerful defence system and they work under ‘instruction’ of your mind. Without trust, your body will do anything to reject the healing or didn’t take the healing at all. In Reiki and also in many other healing techniques, healing that goes without trust will be dismissed or repelled. Trust must be developed inside your heart and it should be given out by verbal permission like “I give you permission to heal me”. And trust is one way to love.

Tips: Take time to know your healer. Then, be honest with your own self and the healers. If you have no trust, it is okay to inform them that you may not need the healing at this moment.

In order to allow Healers to help you on healing, you must first trust them and their techniques of healing

In order to allow Healers to help you on healing, you must first trust them and their techniques of healing

Step 1: The Practical Steps to Heal From Illness (Read here)
Step 2: The Practical Steps to Heal From Illness (Read here)
Step 3: The Practical Steps to Heal From Illness (Read here)

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3 thoughts on “Step 4: The Practical Steps to Heal From Illness

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  2. Matseliso Molise says:

    I am so thankful after reading your articles on Healing from Illness. Only me and my belief can heal me.

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