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Natural Healing

Most people go to a healer to receive help in dealing with a specific physical, psychological or emotional problem.
Healing is an ancient method of restoring and maintaining health.
It is non-intrusive and complementary to conventional medicine. It is not an alternative to orthodox treatment for routine medical problems. Natural healers channel energy from an outside source (however that is defined), which can often bring about a dramatic improvement in the patient, although sometimes a series of gentle healing sessions are needed to produce a noticeable improvement.

It is said that healing is a gift which can only be there for those whose natures are compassionate. Healers subscribe to a wide range of philosophies but are united in their belief that the healing energy comes from some natural, or divine source, although each healer has his or her concept of what that source is.

No faith is required by the patient, except for an openness to anything that may happen and a degree of trust in the natural healer. While some scientists and doctors agree that healing appears to have a therapeutic effect on patients, it is very difficult to say what, if anything, is transferred from the healer to the patient. There is however, a lot of evidence to suggest that healing does help. Healers treat the patient as a whole, seeing illness or dis-ease to be the result of imbalances of the mind, body and spirit. They do not give diagnoses (though they can often feel problems in specific areas). Instead they simply try to correct the balance of energy to promote the body’s own natural healing processes (hence the term “natural healer”).

Although there is some scepticism of natural healing by some (often older) members of the medical profession, healing is a therapy officially recognised by the National Health Service. Doctors are permitted by the General Medical Council to refer patients to healers. In fact, there is a growing trend for healing to be given under the supervision of doctors. Healers can attend hospital in-patients who request their services (with the charge nurse’s permission). Some doctors even practise healing themselves.
What healing can do.

Natural healing helps to eliminate stress, tension, anxiety, depression and insomnia. It helps to reduce or eliminate pain. It can also accelerate the healing of injuries and can alleviate chronic complaints and serious illness. There is no disease, illness or injury that natural healing cannot help. It also relaxes and de-stresses you; whatever your body needs in today’s rapid way of life. Even if you have had your injury or illness for many, many years, natural healing can still help you. If you suffer with arthritis, natural healing can help to eliminate or alleviate this disease.

Healing also helps in the office or workplace. It is marvellously effective at reducing stress (and stress is the single biggest contributor to absenteeism at work). It also works to “unblock” creative or mental energy. This helps you become much more productive at work or at home. This “unblocking” works by freeing up “mental shackles” which stop you achieving certain things. This can apply as much to “writer’s block” as to sales performance or even giving presentations to a large audience. A whole book can be written about the benefits of natural healing to the workplace and workforce.