Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Summer School



I must have done a wonderful job of describing the process of being trained to do soul retrieval or whatever it is I'm learning. A dozen people have asked if they can get on my schedule for treatment. Wow.

I'm still working on it, learning and practicing, meditating, drawing schematics and praying. And studying natural law physics, the most fun of all. It's not the worst way to get through the Dog Days, is it?

Perhaps it will, after all, turn out to be part of my healing repertoire, just as my spirit guides have been telling me. As the process is developing, I'm seeing it much more as a healing modality than magic. There is a difference, at least in my mind. Magic is about creating an intention, then doing everything I can to shape energy so as to bring about my wishes. Healing is meant to open my client (and myself) to divine love and wisdom, so as to allow mystery to work its miracles. It's an act unaccompanied by a defined intention, except for the greatest good for all beings. I'm better at healing than magic, and it's better for me. So you see why I'm framing it this way?

Thanks to all who have expressed interest and enthusiasm, and willingness to get on the table to experience my shamanism in action. It'll be awhile before I'm ready. I'll keep you posted.

7 comments:

Miranda said...

Ah, love your blog. Love your pics. The cars in DC all look so CLEAN!

Janelle said...

magic indeed!! precisely...! waiting waiting for more...again - you are a total inspiration..! xx janelle

tut-tut said...

Beautiful photos. I thought about your gift when I was out and about today.

By the way, I have a friend who knows someone who can give readings (soul? not sure) without even seeing the person. Do you think this is possible?

Reya Mellicker said...

There are lots of psychics and astrologers who work long distance. A part of Reiki training is learning to send healing long distance.

I am a sensate intuitive so I tend towards a literal hands-on approach with these things. But I do believe that space/time isn't as linear as we tell ourselves it is, and that amazing things can connect people who are thousands of miles from each other. You hear stories about it all the time - someone thinking of a friend and the next thing you know, the phone rings.

If you have the talent for doing intuitive readings and don't depend on flesh and blood (as I do) to give context for the intuitive information, then sure, I bet it could work.

I've read tarot for many people long distance, come to think of it. But I always prefer in-person work.

Thanks for asking. Sorry for the super length response!

Reya Mellicker said...

The car in the bottom photo was pretty dusty, giving a nice pearlized look to the pic. I also love the trash can lid on the sidewalk.

Classy!

edward said...

i preferr people in person

Steve said...

I don't pretend to understand it, but I'm interested in what you have to say about it! :)