I’ve studied healing for about 45 years now. (But I’m only 39 years old. Forget the math.) It fascinates me. With the advent of online healing speakers, tele summits, and publishing houses who teach healing ( my favorites are Sounds True and Hay House), the information has exploded. You can learn amazing new techniques every day. Honest.
My work as a registered nurse in hospitals and then as a massage and energy therapist in corporate America makes me a hybrid. I’ve done both traditional, mainstream medicine and what’s called “alternative.” So let’s have some fun with this. Let’s explore together about how we can get healthy. I have a lot of ideas for you.
Yes, you can heal yourself. No matter how grim the diagnosis, your body is not trying to abandon you or make you suffer. Your body is sending you a message, trying to shift you to wholeness. To help you discover a life with more ease, joy, light, and love. So you can become a lover of life.
But we don’t take time to listen to our bodies. Or we don’t understand that’s what’s needed to heal the dis-ease. And taking a pill may be quick and easy, but not always the best answer.
Two of my favorite healers are Donna Eden (Eden Energy Medicine) and Chunyi Lin (Spring Forest Qigong). Both use energy to heal and both say that you can heal yourself. They have hundreds of stories to illustrate this fact (as many healers do).
I’ve done it myself ( with lots of help from others), so I know it can be done. So let’s enjoy changing and healing ourselves. I’ll be posting every week and sharing ideas with you. Please feel free to share your stories with me, too.
And if even just one person steps onto the pathway to healing and finds the journey a tremendous joy and relief, I will be glad.
With love, peace, joy, and gratitude,
CATHY CORN pursues healing with a hands-on practice and through her novels. This enables her to get out of cooking and most of the housework (please don’t mention this to her husband). She loves the nature spirits and walking between the worlds. You can find her at www.CathyACorn.com or Cathy A. Corn, Writer on Facebook.