healing is effected through the mediumship of someone whose constitution and sidhhis (psychic
faculties) are developed sufficiently to accommodate the necessary flow of power through healer to
patient. The healer also communicates with the guiding angels who apply the healing power and,
if necessary, perform psychic surgery.
Psychic healing transcends all man-devised
energy-flow therapies in that it's physical benefit is visible, tangible healing of the body.
Depending as it does on powerfully developed mediumship, it cannot be applied by a standard
method - indeed, the spirit doctors find the intrusion of any learnt procedure disruptive -
so no amount of training will produce a healer if the essential mediumship potential is
Often the healer feels a pain in her/his body
which indicates the position of the source of the ailment in the
patient's body. The healer is directed
psychically by discarnate physicians whose knowledge and insight far surpass that of any
professor of medicine. Root-causes of ailments, and their remedies, are seen with certainty.
Using a semi-physical substance which is present in the healer's body (and the patient's)
they can operate bloodlessly, manipulating matter and materialising tissue. Treatments are
private, and may include offers of confidential counselling of patients whose health is being
affected by intimate personal problems.
Before You Request Spiritual
Be aware that the primary purpose of spiritual
healing is not the relief of physical suffering, but to awaken the materialist to the reality
of the loving care of ministering angels and a divine power beyond the range of his senses.
Nothing is incurable, but 'miracles' occur only in accordance with the patient's karma,
and when healing of serious ailments is resorted
to with respect, reverence and faith.
Because we cannot assess our receptivity to a
cure, we should accept that, generally, the trials of life cannot be circumvented, but should
be borne bravely. Bearing in mind that spiritual healing is intended to provide a conclusive
demonstration in the short term, not palliative comforting, a patient should either be cured
swiftly, and move on, or resort to a different therapy.
if we will not co-operate by adhering to a lifestyle and habits which allow us to avoid
occupational stress , and accord us
correct nutrition, rest, sleep, exercise and body-mass, and abstain from smoking, overeating or any
other substance abuse, it is a futile imposition to avail ourselves of spiritual