Where Healing Begins

Blazing Light of Glory


Since completing all 365 lessons of the Workbook of A Course in Miracles, Lisa and I decided to continue on and study The Manual For Teachers, which not only discusses, for example, Who Are God’s Teachers? and What Are The Levels Of Teaching?, just to name a few of the sections, but it The Course‘s Manual For Teachers also goes into Healing!

senecahealthHaving been a professional healer for over fifteen years now, much of what we have been reading and studying in these sections on healing have resonated harmoniously with me, especially the understanding that no matter what I, another healer, or anyone does, healing will not take place if the one who is unwell is not open, not willing, or does not want or think they need healing (and this can come down to someone being lost in illusions of why they are unwell too). In the section: Is…

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I am a Spiritual Counselor, Shamanic Healer, Writer, & Creator. I hope to help heal, teach, and inspire others on their souls' journeys and in this life. © Julianne Victoria and Through the Peacock's Eyes Press under the Common Law Copyright www.juliannevictoria.com
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2 Responses to Where Healing Begins

  1. Thank you, Julianne Victoria. It’s true … if there is attachment to the status quo it would hinder even the most profound healing attempts (even if it seems a status quo that someone would want healed, there can be subconscious reasons for attachment to the condition or circumstances). That even shows up in the Jesus teachings, where, from the Aramaic, ‘faith’ is something akin to a confidence that the desired (healing, etc.) will in fact happen. It’s a good reminder from Seneca. And I love the background color palette on the Marianne Williamson quote! xoxomm, Jamie

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