Energy Healing

Hands on a globe

The use of energy healing has a long history. Laying on of hands, prayer, presence, positive thinking, and energy practices such as Healing Touch, Healing Beyond BordersTherapeutic Touch, Quantum Touch, and Qi Gong are examples of healing approaches that utilize the human energy fields of the client and the practitioner to elicit healing. I have had some wonderful experiences using Healing Touch and Quantum Touch and will begin sharing them on my blog.
When vacationing with some girlfriends, one of them told me about how she had injured her knee and was in constant pain. I performed Quantum Touch, holding my hands on either side of her knee and “running energy” through  my palms. She said she could feel “something happening.” However, that night when she went to bed her knee was feeling worse than usual. She said she was pretty mad at me about it. Then around noon the next day we were chatting and she suddenly gasped and said, “My knee pain is gone!” She woke up with no pain and actually had not noticed it until noon. Pretty exciting! That was 2 years ago. I saw her last week and her knee is just fine. No pain.
For a truly amazing story of healing on a spiritual and emotional level I highly recommend going to Jana Schwartz’ blog and read the story about Lisa working in Thailand with tsunami survivors. It is miraculous what presence and intention can do to assist people in their healing journey.

3 thoughts on “Energy Healing

  1. Glenda,
    As a Reiki Nurse, I totally identify with and see the value in energy work. Your story about your friend is interesting, yet can provide us with a teaching tool. You share that she was ‘mad’ that the pain was worse after the touch. Sometimes our own expectations of the outcome get in the way of our own healing. There is always a deeper understanding that we can come to- the pain or tension or stress is just a symptom of something we are meant to learn. I am glad that your friend’s pain did finally go away, but I would just add to this post that we, as healing facilitators, must remain unattached to the outcome.

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