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The Quest

-Questioning Reality-

So Who Needs Healing?

As part of the “Grand Experiment” of creation, our souls chose (or were compelled) to journey down into the stagnated, congested, contracted, darker and denser dimensions of existence, eventually to experience ourselves within the extremely limited constraints of a human body and mind.

Unfortunately, this descent into the density of creation initiated a cascading affect where this same density (eventually) permeated into our consciousness... minds... thoughts... energies... emotions... and finally manifested in our bodies as all sorts of illness and disease. Through the healing work, this is reversed.

So... who needs healing?
As I understand it, everyone needs healing.

The word itself - “Healing” - has so many connotations.
Are you speaking of healing the body of some illness?
The mind of some psychosis?
The emotions of some imbalance?
The spirit of....?
(Does the spirit need healing?)
(And what is “Spirit” anyway?)

So... what are we talking about when we say “Healing”?
In a nutshell, we could say “Healing” is an ongoing and evolving process that has to do with the interconnectedness of all life. Healing (like the subject of Life) is so very vast... it would take a very long time to plumb the full depths of it. I can certainly tell you that this subject of healing has engaged me like no other - it is the most interesting mind blowing thing I can imagine being involved with. Healing (giving and receiving) has opened up a whole new learning process for me, one that continues to startle and amaze. I even created this web site - which by the way is a very large site (if you haven’t noticed). I think you will easily find it to be loaded with lots of very interesting <and most likely controversial> information. Enjoy.

In the meanwhile, I want you to know that having questions is a good thing, really. Remember Aristotle and Plato? They were philosophers who lived in ancient Greece. They developed a “scientific method” of thinking which introduced the “questioning process” into the mainstream consciousness of western civilization. This process allowed us to look into and beyond our minds limited assumptions and perceptions of reality (which influenced history simply by changing the way we thought). So for now, besides being a time honored tradition, I want you to have questions - its really ok. If you are questioning, you are on “the search” for the “more” of life. It means you realize you don’t have all the answers (that you are not perfect) and that realization keeps the doors of the mind open to radical new possibilities in thinking and being.

“A mind is like a parachute – it only works when it is open”

Be Self Incredulous
We say that the truth is within, but the reality for most people is that until you have gotten to a clear enough place in yourself to access that truth (especially when you first come onto the path) it would be wise to be a little self incredulous - to question ones' own beliefs and intuitions about everything.  Otherwise, if you think you know it all, that's all you will be open to knowing - you will not be teachable - end of story (and there will be no more room in your mental hard drive for an upgrade).

Be willing to admit the possibility exists that you might not be totally clear or have the whole truth (at least in some areas anyway). If you ask anyone a question - let’s say something political - you will get any number of answers in return. Everyone has their own view of reality and truth... and who’s to say their perspective is any more wrong or right than yours. We all have different backgrounds that have lead us to our current truths. If you look at what you believed 10 years ago to now, you will know what I mean. And if you could move forward in time and see what you would then believe, you will see how our truth changes as our experiences in life changes. So as a test of your perceptions and as a challenge to how open you are (or how attached or stuck you are to your own perspective) I would suggest you find someone who can mirror your truth back to you. Of course, they too have their own beliefs and perspectives, issues and ego... that can and may get in the way. This doesn't mean that you must take their advice or words as gospel truth, only that you will consider a different viewpoint. Being open to (at least consider) any remote or outrageous possibility is part of what spirituality is about. From testing myself in this way over many years (with other psychics, spiritualists and healers) I have learned to distinguish between the different levels of consciousness (and truth) I am accessing.

When you are open enough to be able to question your own reality – that which you thought and felt and believed true - then there is the possibility for something greater than your limitations to come in and fill that empty place.

This is what we are trying to do with you here - expand your possibilities - especially in the healing work. It can be subtle at times, especially when energies are working invisibly, but it is happening.

Because the act of questioning is still a function of the limited mind, it does have its limits. The mind itself can only get us so far on the path, and then we must use some other resource to help us go the rest of the way. And thus enter these very nebulous ideas of “Healing”, “Spirituality” and of course let’s not forget the biggest of them all... “God”.

Wow, these are big issues (and I am just getting started).

If its anything I am about here on this site and in my work, it's to get you to e-x-p-a-n-d the boundaries of your mind... maybe even allowing the spirit that exists above and beyond your mind to come and visit you for a while... and in the wildest stretch... “Trust” that you are ok and safe, let go of your mind altogether... and live in the unknown - which is “Faith” (now that’s a big one).

Our essential self is like water...
that comes from...

is one with...
God

the Ocean.

Our ego-mind is like a box or jar...
that encloses our Essential Self.


If we can unscrew the cap...
open the lid...
or shed our container altogether...
our Essence merges back into the Ocean...

and the Ocean merges into us.

We become all that the Ocean is...
and the Ocean becomes all of us.

To do this while in the body...
is the goal of all spiritual work.

In other words, what we are attempting to attain here in all our spiritual healing work is to reconnect and be at one with the “Ocean” - this “limitless” “boundless” free state of being. To get there, we must be willing to do whatever it takes to be liberated from our “congested” and “limited” ways of thinking and feeling and perceiving – commonly known as our “Boxes”.

Sure, we are also all about healing the physical illnesses, the mental aberrations and the emotional dysfunctions... but if you think about it, all these things are symptoms of living in and functioning from out of these “boxes” (and we all do have many). Granted, you may have grown to be quite familiar (even comfortable) within these boxes... having lived within them all of your life (if not lifetimes). But they are all limitations just the same. So if you want to stay in your “box” or “comfort zone”, you might not like nor want what I offer here. This is your prerogative. However, if you want to go to your edge and beyond, this is what I and Spirit can do with you – shift and change and shake and streeeeeeetch your “stuff” out - to get you thinking and feeling and seeing reality in a whole new expanded way.

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