While working in Europe, I had a client that was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She had 2 tumors each the size of golf balls. Before she came to me her doctor suggested to her to have surgery followed by chemotherapy [....]
I heard of this saying many years ago: Buddhists attach to emptiness, Taoists attach to energy practices .....and I would like to add Energy healers or so called "healers" attach to healing, energy, body and mind.
How true it is that nobody wants to let go of concepts and when one is full of knowledge and arrogance, it starts to stink. Everyone thinks they know, how fresh is when you find someone that even if she or he knows, they don't show it off, there is a lot of open space there and innocents in that. This applies to everyone, healers and patients as well.
I just finished a 4th distance healing session with a client that has MS and she was amazed by what she felt during the session and how she never felt this much or anything like that before. It looked like she had a lot of experience and tried many other healing systems before, but she was just so taken by what I was doing. [... ]
External energy transmission is what I use for healing in-person or at a distance. I don't want to sound mysterious or anything because it is not. External Energy Transmission has been used from a long, long time ago by different cultures. From the Chinese, we know of External Qi Transmission used for healing, or in India and Tibet it is called Prana, in Japan and Korea is called Ki, and us westerners we call it Energy or Potential Energy, Bio-energy, Spirit or whatever other names we can come up with.
What I want to make clear is that External energy transmission is not Reiki, Pranic healing, Quantum touch or any other healing practices that are out there. External energy transmission is not and has nothing in common with these practices. To the inexperienced practitioner it may "look" the same but it is not. Yes,we all use the same source ....[...]