Spiritual Therapy is a natural energy therapy. It complements conventional medicine by treating the whole person – mind, body and spirit. Spiritual Practitioners act as a conduit for healing energy, often described as ‘love and light’ which relaxes the body, releases tensions and stimulates self-treatment. The benefits of healing can be felt on many levels, not just the physical, and the effects can be profound.
Isn’t it faith healing? What’s the difference?
No. Spiritual Therapy is not Faith Healing. The term ‘Faith Healing’ implies that the recipient needs to believe in a deity and that that deity is the source of healing. Spiritual Therapy is not linked to a particular religion. Faith by the patient is not required and treatment can help people regardless of their religious beliefs.
Where does this ‘energy’ come from?
Universal energy is all around us. In essence it is ‘universal’ – part of nature itself. It is available for everyone to use for the greatest good. Practitioners learn to use their ability to tap into this natural energy and pass it on. Depending upon their individual beliefs some practitioners and recipients see the energy as divine; others see it as pure universal energy. It is often visualised as simply ‘love and light’.
The Therapist tunes in to the Clients energy field and runs their hands through the aura feeling for old or ongoing blocks, traumas, hurts and physical problems in the body that may be revealed for working through and clearing. Guided by Spirit the Healers hands are drawn to areas where old/unhealthy energy needs and is drawn off and to channel new, higher vibrational energy into the body. At times connections may occur between symptoms in the body and issues in the persons life and if appropriate these may be discussed and treated also to aid in healing. It is a very gentle, non-invasive yet effective tool to help bring the body back into balance.