Let’s face it – most of us will experience pain through injury or illness during the course of our lives. It is just part and parcel of our learning experience here on Earth. Generally speaking, we humans like to avoid pain and will do everything we can do avoid it… but pain is a signal for us to pay MORE attention to our body, not less.
Our existing, dominant paradigm – based on a classical interpretation of biology – is to either run to the pharmacist or doctor for IMMEDIATE pain relief and/or a “fix me quick” solution. Spirit calls this “abdication of responsibility”.
The next solution, which is better, is to treat the injury and resulting pain from a purely physiological standpoint (often a doctor will refer the patient to a physio or osteopath) – this, at least, implies that the patient is willing to be involved in his/her own healing process. To take responsibility for their personal health.
Yet, only looking at the body from this perspective is very narrow and, at least from my own point of view, the process of healing often takes longer if the underlying spiritual-energetic root cause is not addressed. Why?
If the non-physical “energetic” template (etheric body) is faulty, the body will eventually go back to its injured pattern of health. Taking painkillers and doing “exercises” fails to recognise that the whilst the result of the injury may be physical pain, the cause may not be rooted in the “physical” alone.
The cause of pain may be linked to the mental, emotional and spiritual bodies – which is NOT the same as saying that pain is simply psychosomatic in the medical sense of that term.
Through my own work, I have seen many instances where the injury and accompanying pain is obviously real and debilitating to the client, and there seems no way on God’s Green Earth that it could be something as intangible as an ‘energy blockage’. But the results of an energy-based session (or two) often prove otherwise.
Let’s explore a few real-life examples together to get a better handle on this energy-based approach to health and physical well-being.
A client, ST, was in her 60s and had not been able to lift her arm for about a week. She had been applying hot and cold compresses to the affected area, and her husband had massaged the area several times with anti-inflammatory creams but there had been hardly any improvement. She was on the verge of going to see her GP to ask for a cortisone injection.
Cortisone is often injected into the soft tissues and joints to reduce inflammation, and thus provide months of “pain relief”. Many people have learned to ask for them as part of “getting older”, and managing their pain levels.
Common modern-day complaints such as “tennis elbow”, “golfer’s elbow”, alongside foot, ankle, knee and shoulder injuries are usually treated by taking anti-inflammatory tablets and/or injecting the affected area(s) with cortisone.
However, it has come to light that cortisone injections often make things worse! Since the body actually heals itself by inflammation, the fact that cortisone inhibits the inflammatory process means that it actually blocks the healing process. It stops the migration of the immune cells to the injured area (this migration and repair process is what causes the pain), so the client/patient feels better but s/he now has a weakened structure that they believe is fine simply because the pain is gone!
Sadly, they may continue to do activities which severely aggravate the injured area as they are now “numb” to the pain signals that the body would normally send to alert them to stop! I wonder how many patients are made aware of this before they have them?
In the UK, treatments at the local GP are given for “free” on the National Health Service (NHS), so the real cost of the visit is hidden from the patient – but the GP/surgery still gets their nice fat paycheck, thank you very much. If people were to actually bear the full cost, they might actually think twice about it, and might seek out more robust, alternative healthcare which would actually enhance, rather than diminish, their well-being.
In the USA, it seems that the cost for visiting a private healthcare practitioner who can administer a shot will cost around $200-300! It may cost substantially more if the joint or area is quite large, such as a hip. I believe this cost may run into the $1,000s.
In the UK, a private GP practice may charge only £40-50 for the actual shot but the actual visit itself may cost £80 upwards, making the total cost at least £120. All this for possibly worse results over the long term!
Any healing that does happen, happens despite the cortisone injection being administered. The body somehow manages to do its job.
Regarding my client’s health, Spirit showed me something called a physical miasm in SRT (this terminology is recognised in homeopathic circles), which I cleared using SRT; and I also made some gentle adjustments (called “corrections”) to the shoulder using kinesiology and dowsing.
After a couple of days, my client informed me that all pain had disappeared and full mobility had returned to the shoulder. She was very surprised but obviously relieved and gave me the following testimonial to share:
“After doing some moderate exercise, I suddenly developed a very painful, sore shoulder to the point where I thought I would ask my doctor to give me a cortisone injection for the pain. I used a hot water bottle and my husband massaged the area every day but to little effect. Jaime cleared the problem using SRT. I didn’t believe that such a serious condition could be solved this way, nor so quickly, but thanks to Jaime my shoulder problem disappeared within a day or two and feels completely normal again. This proves to me that things aren’t always what they seem.” ST
So, the key question for any health issue then becomes, “to what degree is physical pain caused by an underlying energy-based pattern?” And, more importantly, “how can we address the energetic root cause, if there is one?”
Physical therapies obviously have their place in today’s world, and many physical therapists do fantastic work. However, I find there is still a great reluctance by the mainstream to look at energetic approaches first.
Where energy-based approaches are used in hospitals, for example Reiki, the viewpoint by the medical teams is that this approach only helps with “a bit of emotional healing” (soothing the patient), but the idea that it could racially shift the actual “physical” well-being of the client is often viewed with disdain. Pity.
“A disease process is evidence that something is amiss in the workings of the mind, and that’s where the power to effect a change resides.” David Hawkins, MD, PhD – Power vs Force
In my opinion, a combination of physical and energetic approaches will naturally produce the best result for the client.
Another client, SB, in her 40s, ended up on my doorstep because of a chronic bad back. She had been having physio for a few months, and her back had improved a lot. However, after months of improvement, she had suddenly had a relapse and the pain was intense. SB certainly did not relish the thought of several more months of physiotherapy.
I suggested that SB consider having a spiritual-energetic restructuring session to address any underlying energetic imbalance causing the dysfunction and pain in the lumbar spine. I explained that this system of healing recognises the innate intelligence of the body to heal itself, and works in harmony with that self-validating principle.
By means of finger-testing (applied kinesiology) and/or by using a pendulum, it is easy to ascertain the areas of body which need to be worked on and use light tapping movements along with specific breath techniques to facilitate a release of tension. Often great relief can be obtained in a single session but sometimes more sessions are needed. It just depends, and there is no way of knowing in advance as everyone is different.
SB winced into my healing practice, and gingerly got up on the massage couch. Spirit immediately showed me an underlying energetic imbalance in the area of the lumbar spine, which was corrected. I thought it might take several days for the physical body to come back into balance but the pain disappeared within 24 hours, and SB was quite astounded at the turnaround in her health.
“My back is much better, thank you! It hurts just a teeny bit when I walk for longer periods of time but it feels really good not to have pain! To be honest I am astonished with the healing result. How can the pain disappear so fast?!” SB
The fascinating thing about this approach, at least for me, is that energetic corrections can also be done “at a distance”, where the client is unable to travel.
My client ES was in her forties and had badly put her back out – she was, in fact, bedridden and desperate for help. The dilemma was she was in Kent and I was in London, and I didn’t have time to make a house visit, plus the cost would have been prohibitive for ES for me to attend in person.
ES had taken a energy-based training course with me several months before, so she was open to the idea of me working on her remotely. Certainly, it takes a high degree of trust from the client, so I am always grateful to those who allow me to work this way.
I was happy to receive very positive feedback from ES several days after the energetic clearing:
“I’m still not sure how it works but the improvements speak for themselves. I am pain free since it has taken effect and considering I was bedridden less than a week ago it is quite remarkable!” ES
I have spoken at length about distant healing and why it works already, so we can simply say that the nature of our reality is actually “quantum” – everything is energy, and we are all connected. We just need to be open to this idea, belief is not a requirement as this is a true statement. Consciousness has no limits.**
SRT/SpR Teacher, and Founder & Director of Energy Therapy
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**For some (if not many!), I understand that the idea of receiving “distant healing” may be too much to entertain. For those people, I would like to point out that even though I am very comfortable with the idea (and practical application) of distant healing now, it required a complete paradigm shift for me when I first came across it. However, at that point in time, I decided to explore and validate whether or not it was true for me. Synchronous events followed.
Rather than rejecting the notion of healing at a distance, I therefore simply invite those who may be (rightly) skeptical to toss the idea in an imaginary box, and just let it sit with you for a while. No acceptance or rejection – just neutrality.