Recently, a friend of mine had some back surgery to alleviate some pain he had been experiencing. The doctors said he would only need a few days to recover, but it ended up taking several weeks.
I found out about this long after the surgery was complete. I wish I had known about it beforehand so I could have sent him some healing energy to speed his recovery.
Have you ever wanted to do that? Or perhaps somebody complained of a headache and you knew that it would take some time for the pain to go away after they took a pain reliever. Perhaps you wished that you could quickly remove the pain.
You don't need to study and practice for years and dedicate your life to a single healing modality to become a healer. You can learn a system quickly and effectively. But which system? If you don't know (or if you want to start with one that you have heard of), you need to get Ted Andrews' The Healer's Manual.
Here you will find the complete occult theories of the body and its relationship to feelings, ideas, and more. You'll also find out about the energies that run through the body, how they run through it (via the meridians) and how the organs, bones, blood, flesh, mind, and energy combine to form a holistic being who needs to be treated holistically.
Once you have the basic theory, this book instructs you in a mode of healing based on each of the five senses. For taste there are healing elixirs; for sight there is color healing; for hearing there is toning; Etheric touch works with our tactile sense; and Ted reveals the mystery of scent for the sense of smell. The book is filled with charts and diagrams that make it easy to learn how to apply any of the many exercises and techniques to practical use.
If you have ever thought you might like to heal, I urge you to consider buying, reading, and using this book.
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Chinese Healing Exercises, also known as Chinese Self-Care Exercises, are short; easy to learn; able to be practiced in very little time by just about anyone; can be personalized to your exact needs; and require very little space to perform. As Ben Franklin once famously said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a... read this article