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Energy Healing Going Mainstream

In today’s post I want to make reference to an article I came across in The Daily Telegraph. It’s not that often you see newspapers allowing reporters to publish stories on such information, so this is a breath of fresh air.

Here is the Energy Healing Article Straight From The Daily Telegraph

Reference to the article by Alice Hart-Davis

It’s a heart-warming story for a grim time of year. After being plagued by a mystery virus for the past two years, Irish dancing supremo Michael Flatley is now back on stage. Not because of a good dose of vitamin C, yoga or osteopathy, but, intriguingly, thanks to a “bio-energy healer” called Michael O’Doherty.

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Bio-energy healing sounds a lot more up to date than hands-on healing or faith-healing, which is what this sort of thing used to be called, except that now, you don’t have to be part of any particular belief system in order to benefit.

If you ask a healer what they’re actually doing, they’ll say they’re “channelling energy” in order to “realign” or “clear” the chakras (the body’s multiple, invisible energy centres, according to ancient Hindu texts) and coax the body back to working at its full potential. Ask where this energy comes from and you’ll be told anything from “a higher power” to “the universal source” or “pure white light”, which doesn’t really help.

But then the real issue with energy healers is not so much what they do, or how, but whether it has any effect. Because their work is inexact and unscientific, most traditional medical doctors take a dim view of it.

“It does seem that some healers have extraordinary powers,” says Dr Guy Staight, a GP practising in London. ”But the problem is that in the world of evidence-based medicine, there isn’t much evidence that energy healing works, aside from anecdotes. Healing tends to get used in conditions where there might be a natural resolution, so it is hard to know whether it is the treatment that has done the trick. And it can cost a lot of money.”

One of the most intriguing aspects of energy healing is that anyone can learn to do it. According to the experts, it’s like singing. Everyone can do it, but only a few people are really brilliant at it.

And the fact remains that some healers are remarkably good  when you meet an exceptional one you just know, from the moment they hover their hands over you, that whatever this elusive ability is, they have it.

Any decent healer won’t make any claims for what they can do. Even O’Doherty, Flatley’s healer, doesn’t claim any special powers. “Michael had begun a journey [of recovery],” he has said, “and I was a cog in the whole chain.”

Energy Healing Does Work

So it seems that this ancient method of Energy Healing is being recognised, and so it should be. Its been around longer than today’s pharmaceutical industry and is more effective, achieving long lasting results with no side effects. And they are right, the Energy Healer themselves is just a channel, a conduit for Source Energy ti pass through. It;s the whole reason I call myself The Facilitator. I facilitate the healing, I don’t do it.  the energy does the work, i simply use Star Magic to make it happen.

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