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Distant Healing - 1

ABSENT (DISTANT) HEALINGSpiritual Healing may be conducted without the recipient (patient) being present. This is known as ‘Absent’ or ‘Distant Healing’. Since most healing organisations nowadays seem to adopt the latter description, I will in respect to this trend use this description throughout this text. Other reference sources may also describe this process as ‘Long-Distance Healing’, ‘Mind Energy’, ‘Absentee Healing’ ‘Mind-to-Mind Healing’ or ‘Remote Healing’. All these descriptions are describing the process whereby healing energy can be transmitted over any distance to the patient. This contrasts with ‘Contact Healing’ which is given in the presence of the recipient. In point of fact, increasingly Spiritual Healing is now being taught involving minimal actual physical contact and instead is adopting Eastern concepts and in particular, working with energy centres known as ‘Chakras’ taken from Hindu beliefs. Therefore, the term ‘Contact Healing’ is increasingly becoming a misnomer particularly in a literal sense and there is a divergence in the techniques used when conducting ‘Contact’ as apposed to ‘Distant’ Healing. There does exist in some quarters a difference of opinion in how much involvement there needs to be by the recipient when Distant Healing is carried out, and the ethics of if this form of treatment should be performed without their prior knowledge or consent. We will now debate these issues: Often a request for Distant Healing will be made by a third party on behalf of a relative or friend who for whatever reason is unable to receive Contact Healing. No doubt, such requests are being made with the best possible intentions, but is this necessarily respecting the beliefs or desires of the recipient? There are those who strongly hold the view that carrying out Distant Healing on someone without their prior knowledge is a violation of their basic right to refuse such help, and in any event healing energy which is directed to someone who is not ready or willing to receive it, will be largely ineffective. It must be respected that there are individuals who very much oppose the principles by which Spiritual healing is carried out. Whilst we might feel that their feelings are misguided, nevertheless their views should always be properly considered before any request for Distant Healing is carried out. Of course, some recipients of healing will be too ill, or be unconscious or in a coma to make a determination for themselves and in such circumstances, one can only make the decision for them on the basis of what is known of their religious and philosophical beliefs.Some healing groups as well as individual healers, will as part of their attunement process when conducting Distant Healing ensure that they receive permission from their understanding of the source of the healing energy before they proceed. They will adopt a different approach if they are not impressed that the patient is ready or able to receive healing energy and will instead create the right conditions whereby it will be readily accessible to the patient if and when they are able to accept it. Most healing organisations as well as many individual healers, offer Distant healing and some will make a point of asking you, when you are making the application for another person, if that person knows of your request. This is so healing can be tailored to their specific needs and ensures that the correct protocol is followed. The amount of information that a healing organisation or individual healer will require to carry out Distant healing will vary and some may also find it of benefit, but not necessarily essential, to have something personal relating to the recipient to act as a focal point when transmitting the healing energies. Such items may for instance, be an example of their handwriting (perhaps just a signature), or a photo or in the case of an animal, a small lock of their hair.As stated elsewhere on this website, Spiritual Healing is not an exact science and different attitudes exist as to what role the recipient of healing needs to play when Distant Healing is carried out. I have already emphasised in other topics that I regard the recipient’s full participation in the healing process as essential, and this applies equally to Distant Healing. Ignoring the ethical considerations already mentioned, the patient’s full knowledge and cooperation in receiving Distant Healing can only act to their advantage, and is described on the next page.

KENNETH LEEKS - Spiritual Healer

Absent (Distant) Healing





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