Submitted on 2010/04/09 at 12:02 pm
I am a almost fifty four years young woman who has had, and much more of the experiences that you talked about in The Quester ‘s Volume 30, 2010.
I’ve seen the light. I’ve had the light for healing. I see dead people but I am not always sure until after the fact.
I have received many abilities after six close calls with cancer. It bothers me when I smell cancer on people in a crowd but not sure who it is.
I joined The Questers hoping to find some answers but so far I have a lot going on but don’t know what to do with it.
Do you have a message for me or can you help.
What comes to mind , is how you yourself perceive these occurrences. Does it feel right, does it resonate with you to embrace yourself as a healer?
Since you’ve had these brushes with cancer, it would make sense that you’re much more open to that side of the Healing Modality. I understand when you describe the ‘smell’ of cancer amongst people, and the double edged sword of recognizing the cancer, yet not in a position to help.
To start, I suggest, you explore, go with your heart, and act on what feels right.
There is a young healer known as Adam. In his The Path of the Dreamhealer books he goes into detail of the medical intuitive side of healing. He explores medical details, however applies specific Meditations and Visualizations as a healing approach.
Considering you’ve dealt with cancer yourself, you may be drawn to helping others who are dealing with it.
As frustrating as it may sound, the answer inevitably comes from within ourselves. At some point we are in a state of being where we recognize, accept, and seek out further knowledge. This is the start of the journey. What it yields will depend on what you are open to, and what resonate within you. The rest will just reveal itself and unfold in a natural way, and may even surprise you with the ease of which it appeared.
A book that helped me understand energetic frequencies, how they interact with emotion, and help with healing, is Power vs. Force by David R. Hawkins
You write that you ‘have a lot going on’. As challenging as it may seem, perhaps do your best to quiet your mind with a daily meditation. Many times there are so many circles ‘of life stuff’ that are constantly spinning, there’s no ‘break’ in the cycle for anything new to take hold. You may be surprised that the more you relax and slow down the spinning wheel, the more aware you’ll be, without the hyper vigilance of daily schedules.
I hope this helps, and I’m glad the article in the Quester’s magazine found you.
Sincerely, the Fringe Dweller