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Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?

 
Lotus Feet

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I believe in the body's natural ablility to heal...I want to know how it can be helped. I've read a variety of articles, from glyconutrients to laying of the hands. Anyone here know of anything--first hand knowledge?
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Depends on the root causes of the core issues. If the person is fragmented one of the first essentials is to get the fragments back. A person that does not have all their soul fragments cannot heal completely.

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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
What type of injury are we talking about? If the injury was due to an accident then it is very likely that there is soul loss as well.

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I am a Reiki teacher if anyone is interested......have been one since 1994........can do attunements remotely.....
It doesn't matter who I m it's who U R so ChoOse
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I am a Reiki teacher if anyone is interested......have been one since 1994........can do attunements remotely.....
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I have been doing Reiki for 20 years ... it works.

I have also found the intent to heal holds power as well.
Maxim (OP)
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
My son, 7 years old, suffered from a brain injury due to analphylatic shock (sp?) Doctors never confirmed this, they thought he had a heart attack--pre-existing heart condition- but they out ruled that. I knew from the beginning it was food related....anyway, he actually died and they brought him back. It'll be a year next month. I have just gotten to where I can actually talk about it...still very difficult--fighting the tears now....anyway....
Facial expressions and emotion in his eyes let me know that he is still there. Doctors don't know the extent of recovery because everyone is different and there are no classic cases....

It has been really difficult to deal with because before, he was soooo active and vibrant, and very intelligent. (extremely talkative) and now, I can only just imagine the hell he must be going thru just being encased in his body....traditional therapies really suck.
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WE hear so much about healing, yet I think few ever get past their preconceived notions of the process. Healing is often very dependent on not only the Healer and the individual that is ill, but on many of the environmental issues that surround that individual, issues that can be both physical and spiritual.

In our modern society WE to often do not want to tie our illnesses to our social constructs and even less do we want to tie them to our spiritual ones. Most Good healers understand their capacity and limits and realise healing and/or treating of an individual is not always going to effect a 'cure', nor is it always in the best interest of the individual involved that they be 'cured'. This being said it does not mean that the individual should not be treated, it just means there may be limits to the desired effect.

Often the best healers are the ones who have the ability to see who they can help, and who they can not, and then act in accordance with this knowledge.
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It's so funny....I've been acquainted with this website for at least a year....a few months before my son had his "accident". I don't reallly know how I found it, but I am glad I did.

I've always been one to focus on health and nutrition. I can be excessively optimistic, and I have always believed in prevention of illness than the allopathic route. I had begun classes in a natural health college, of course my colleagues thought me to be insane....(I'm a teacher.) But I had to unenroll because of what happened to my son--

All that being said---I don't know how to fix this....and ultimately, I know that it is not my job to do......my son has my optimism and determination....so, I guess I just really want to know how his healing can be facilitated...sometimes I just feel soooo helpless. I have patience; I just really hate the unknown, I guess.....
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My son, 7 years old, suffered from a brain injury due to analphylatic shock (sp?) Doctors never confirmed this, they thought he had a heart attack--pre-existing heart condition- but they out ruled that. I knew from the beginning it was food related....anyway, he actually died and they brought him back. It'll be a year next month. I have just gotten to where I can actually talk about it...still very difficult--fighting the tears now....anyway....
Facial expressions and emotion in his eyes let me know that he is still there. Doctors don't know the extent of recovery because everyone is different and there are no classic cases....

It has been really difficult to deal with because before, he was soooo active and vibrant, and very intelligent. (extremely talkative) and now, I can only just imagine the hell he must be going thru just being encased in his body....traditional therapies really suck.
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What have you tried to this point OP?
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WE hear so much about healing, yet I think few ever get past their preconceived notions of the process. Healing is often very dependent on not only the Healer and the individual that is ill, but on many of the environmental issues that surround that individual, issues that can be both physical and spiritual.

In our modern society WE to often do not want to tie our illnesses to our social constructs and even less do we want to tie them to our spiritual ones. Most Good healers understand their capacity and limits and realise healing and/or treating of an individual is not always going to effect a 'cure', nor is it always in the best interest of the individual involved that they be 'cured'. This being said it does not mean that the individual should not be treated, it just means there may be limits to the desired effect.

Often the best healers are the ones who have the ability to see who they can help, and who they can not, and then act in accordance with this knowledge.
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Got it.. :)
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
WE hear so much about healing, yet I think few ever get past their preconceived notions of the process. Healing is often very dependent on not only the Healer and the individual that is ill, but on many of the environmental issues that surround that individual, issues that can be both physical and spiritual.

In our modern society WE to often do not want to tie our illnesses to our social constructs and even less do we want to tie them to our spiritual ones. Most Good healers understand their capacity and limits and realise healing and/or treating of an individual is not always going to effect a 'cure', nor is it always in the best interest of the individual involved that they be 'cured'. This being said it does not mean that the individual should not be treated, it just means there may be limits to the desired effect.

Often the best healers are the ones who have the ability to see who they can help, and who they can not, and then act in accordance with this knowledge.
 Quoting: D.SMith 368225

It strange, sometimes the worst things can be healed. in other cases you don't see anything happening. I not know who I can help. So if someone gets on my path who ask for help I always will try my best. If they cross my path it has a meaning. So I have to try. Even if nobody sees any improvement I'm sure teh energy always doing something good. It only can do good.
When everyone has a smile, I'll be happy.
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Aside from the traditional rehab, acupuncture which seemed to help a great bit with comfort and Feldenkris. I stopped Feldenkris but will probably restart it when he gains a little more control over his limbs.
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
WE hear so much about healing, yet I think few ever get past their preconceived notions of the process. Healing is often very dependent on not only the Healer and the individual that is ill, but on many of the environmental issues that surround that individual, issues that can be both physical and spiritual.

In our modern society WE to often do not want to tie our illnesses to our social constructs and even less do we want to tie them to our spiritual ones. Most Good healers understand their capacity and limits and realise healing and/or treating of an individual is not always going to effect a 'cure', nor is it always in the best interest of the individual involved that they be 'cured'. This being said it does not mean that the individual should not be treated, it just means there may be limits to the desired effect.

Often the best healers are the ones who have the ability to see who they can help, and who they can not, and then act in accordance with this knowledge.

It strange, sometimes the worst things can be healed. in other cases you don't see anything happening. I not know who I can help. So if someone gets on my path who ask for help I always will try my best. If they cross my path it has a meaning. So I have to try. Even if nobody sees any improvement I'm sure teh energy always doing something good. It only can do good.
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I understand and agree. One can only try. I welcome any of your efforts. :)
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What type of injury are we talking about? If the injury was due to an accident then it is very likely that there is soul loss as well.

Lotus
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Lotus,
That disturbs me a bit. How can one lose part of their soul if they didn't do anything spiritually to do so???? And if they do lose any of it, can they get it back?
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I understand and agree. One can only try. I welcome any of your efforts. :)
 Quoting: Maxim 328069

I seen It works best when people ask for help.
If you want I do my best for your son.
Can you till me his name (not have to, and no need his last name iether) so I have something to direct the energy to ?
When everyone has a smile, I'll be happy.
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
Aside from the traditional rehab, acupuncture which seemed to help a great bit with comfort and Feldenkris. I stopped Feldenkris but will probably restart it when he gains a little more control over his limbs.
 Quoting: Maxim 328069

It is difficult when this happens to our children. I think you already know how important it is to make sure that you touch Him a lot, I would also suggest using healing methods that we require tactile methods, finding good 'hand' healers to work with him can be beneficial as well, again I think I am not telling you anything you don't already know.

OP I wish I could give you more, I can not. I will sing a prayer for him this evening, but I think the real work is to be done by those who will come into physical contact with your son.

Op please remember to take care of yourself as well, this is very important. A bit of acupuncture and a good massage by a healer is probably a good idea for you as well. I will remember you in my song tonight.

be strong in love
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I believe in the body's natural ablility to heal...I want to know how it can be helped. I've read a variety of articles, from glyconutrients to laying of the hands. Anyone here know of anything--first hand knowledge?
 Quoting: Maxim

I suggest you research Tai-Chi. You would be suprised how well it works. But it takes more dedication than the average person is capable of.
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I understand and agree. One can only try. I welcome any of your efforts. :)

I seen It works best when people ask for help.
If you want I do my best for your son.
Can you till me his name (not have to, and no need his last name iether) so I have something to direct the energy to ?
 Quoting: nahoj

Yes of course; I absolutely want you to try. His first name is Angelus (AN-jealous) that's what it sounds like....but his middle name is what we call him which is Axel. So, call him Axel. :)
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
Aside from the traditional rehab, acupuncture which seemed to help a great bit with comfort and Feldenkris. I stopped Feldenkris but will probably restart it when he gains a little more control over his limbs.

It is difficult when this happens to our children. I think you already know how important it is to make sure that you touch Him a lot........................
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be strong in love
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Yes LOVE is the most powerful tool there is.
When everyone has a smile, I'll be happy.
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Aside from the traditional rehab, acupuncture which seemed to help a great bit with comfort and Feldenkris. I stopped Feldenkris but will probably restart it when he gains a little more control over his limbs.

It is difficult when this happens to our children. I think you already know how important it is to make sure that you touch Him a lot, I would also suggest using healing methods that we require tactile methods, finding good 'hand' healers to work with him can be beneficial as well, again I think I am not telling you anything you don't already know.

OP I wish I could give you more, I can not. I will sing a prayer for him this evening, but I think the real work is to be done by those who will come into physical contact with your son.

Op please remember to take care of yourself as well, this is very important. A bit of acupuncture and a good massage by a healer is probably a good idea for you as well. I will remember you in my song tonight.

be strong in love
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That is very much appreciated! Thank you so much! hf
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Yes, he definitely has love. Everyone who has met him loves him. I've had a lot of support; people are so empathetic at my workplace which has helped tremedously.
He knows that he is loved..... :)
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
It strange, sometimes the worst things can be healed. in other cases you don't see anything happening. I not know who I can help. So if someone gets on my path who ask for help I always will try my best. If they cross my path it has a meaning. So I have to try. Even if nobody sees any improvement I'm sure teh energy always doing something good. It only can do good.
 Quoting: nahoj


Once upon a time, healers specialized, much like doctors do today. Most had an understanding of their gifts and used them when the situation warranted, and when they knew they could not help they would refer them to someone who they thought might be better equipped.

Today this is not so much the case, and often there is confusion as to what one should do. WE no longer have the intricately woven tapestry of village peoples who all knew each other and what each had to offer. We are separated and many times not fully trained in what to do and how to do it.

I do agree that often people cross our path and this in it self can be a sign that an interaction is to take place. But sometimes that interaction is not what we believe it is.
I do not tell you this to cause you to have doubt in your work. I just think it is always good to be cautious.

I was taught to shake a persons hand, and/or to touch their right shoulder and I would know if they were someone I could help. This has served me well, of course its no good over the computer(lol)
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
Hi nahoj I hope you don't mind me asking but is it possible you can do distant healing? A friend and colleague of mine recently lost her husband and is in a lot of pain. She's a lovely lady and I just wish it didn't hurt so much, can this be done?

many thanks xxx

Yes I can can you tell her name (not need last name), then I can try to help.
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that's very kind of you nahoj. her name is Angela. thank you xxx
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I do think it sad that we are so out of touch--modern society almost makes it impossible to get back to such a place....(it would be soo cool to be able to sense whether one could help another like that!)


It strange, sometimes the worst things can be healed. in other cases you don't see anything happening. I not know who I can help. So if someone gets on my path who ask for help I always will try my best. If they cross my path it has a meaning. So I have to try. Even if nobody sees any improvement I'm sure teh energy always doing something good. It only can do good.


Once upon a time, healers specialized, much like doctors do today. Most had an understanding of their gifts and used them when the situation warranted, and when they knew they could not help they would refer them to someone who they thought might be better equipped.

Today this is not so much the case, and often there is confusion as to what one should do. WE no longer have the intricately woven tapestry of village peoples who all knew each other and what each had to offer. We are separated and many times not fully trained in what to do and how to do it.

I do agree that often people cross our path and this in it self can be a sign that an interaction is to take place. But sometimes that interaction is not what we believe it is.
I do not tell you this to cause you to have doubt in your work. I just think it is always good to be cautious.

I was taught to shake a persons hand, and/or to touch their right shoulder and I would know if they were someone I could help. This has served me well, of course its no good over the computer(lol)
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Sorry, D Smith.
My response was included at the beginning of quoting you.
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Also, my thread has to do with injury, not illness. I absolutely agree with you on emotions and their role in creating a disease state within the body.

I've looked into the healing of music--I believe that is something that hasn't been fully revealed.
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it is said that cats heal themselves by purring
and reduce their stress level in the same way
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I do think it sad that we are so out of touch--modern society almost makes it impossible to get back to such a place....(it would be soo cool to be able to sense whether one could help another like that!)


 Quoting: Maxim 328069


I think all of us can do this, it is important to try and see your own gift clearly first. To oversimplify it just a little, When we see what or where it is (our gift), we can see what or where it isn't. This way we know where to apply it.
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I was taught to shake a persons hand, and/or to touch their right shoulder and I would know if they were someone I could help. This has served me well, of course its no good over the computer(lol)
 Quoting: D.SMith 368225

Yes you can't touch someone here.
But I do feel things when I reading. I not know exactly how to explain. Not even know if it real. But I learning to thrust on my feelings. Maybe this is a way to sence if I'm in the correct place ?
When everyone has a smile, I'll be happy.
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it is said that cats heal themselves by purring
and reduce their stress level in the same way
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Heared that too, seems the sound of a purring cat is a healing sound.
When everyone has a smile, I'll be happy.
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Re: Healing the injured....how does one help another to heal?
if you are in Christ
you lay hands on the sick
and they recover
that includes injuries
and praying for the doctor is always good too!

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