The concept of healing is utilized on all levels of human expression. It is a goal, a process, and a destination that most of humanity participates in. Seemingly individuals are always in some process of healing, be it physical, emotional, and even spiritual. It is both the goal and the means to reach a state of being that the one who wishes to be healed desires.
As you are well aware, there are myriads of products and processes available to assist the individual in the healing process. Many have come to understand that healing is an internal process rather than an external series of events or actions–such as medicines or counseling or alternative therapies. However, there remains a vast number of people who see those things holding the healing for them.
The process of healing, if one is not cautious, can be abdicated to those in assistance, the doctors, the medicines, the therapist, the teacher or even the preacher.
Psychologically, healing has been understood to be a reaction to discomfort and pain. One does not seek healing until they are experiencing one of these aspects. So then, what is healing? Is it a catalyst? Is it a process? Or is it a goal to be reached. At what point does one decide they need to be healed. At what moment does the healing process begin and when does it conclude–or does it?
The answer is rather intriguing. There can be no healing without an anticipated goal to be reached. One does not know or does not recognize that they need to be healed if they do not have some concept of health. An individual is unaware that they need healing, physically, emotionally or spiritually, without some norm to reach for.
Healing is arbitrary, based upon individual’s perception of themselves and attainable goals in their life. So then what does healing mean–that word so bantered about and so avidly pursued. In the universal concept of consciousness, it is whenever one places their thoughts, actions, and deeds on their highest good. Healing can only be to the degree that one perceives.
Healing is a word that encompasses one’s acknowledgment, commitment, and willingness to create a positive change in one’s life, be it physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual.
Therefore, the catalyst to healing is the awareness of discomfort or pain, be it on whatever level of human experience. The key is to perceive your highest good, expanding your awareness of the potential of well-being in your life. More important than the medicines, the doctors, the counselors, the therapies, the spiritual practice in healing is the willingness and ability to reach beyond one’s preconceived ideas of well-being.
Therein lies the power of faith. There is no limitation to the healing properties of the body, the mind, and the soul. Yet, it can only achieve success to the levels within your belief.
Therefore, healing is the call to perfection.
Healing resides outside the realm of physical restraints and emotional traumas. It is one’s call to be in the image and the likeness of the one who created you.
Reach for your highest good and those who will assist you in healing will become evident. Healing and healers are servants and assistants for you to reach your highest good and well-being.
As we conclude, our call to you is to become your highest well-being, and when you make that choice, the universe will assist you in the process of change which is called healing.