Helping Hints for Healers
A diver must not dive if fatigued. He dooms if he does so. A healer should not jump into a human refuse – ‘the field of sicknesses’; he may be ready to help a drowning person but he himself needs enough prana. The diver also needs prana even while he dives and rescues a sinking person. Prana is like nourishment for the heart one should ensure enough prana in oneself before he tends to heal others. Trying to heal others while one is in fatigue is subjective. The healer should ensure to overcome the fatigue, gain prana and then enter the field of sickness.
Every approached healing should be with fresh mind and body and with enthusiasm of freshness. Enthusiasm and freshness should be maintained throughout the session of healing; it is like the diver holding onto his breathing equipment while he is in the under-water currents.
Patience and tolerance are basically needed by the occult healer, for he frequently meets resistance to healing from the patients many times, for healing but unconsciously. Resistance to get healed builds up when the process of healing is on. To tide over the situation patience and tolerance helps. Humor does wonder at this juncture; the healer may humorously engage the sick so that his psyche orients and opens up to the energy of the healer. The healer should note that humor is a special wisdom. It has to be inculcated; no healer can be a success unless he also carries humor. In truth, humor opens vistas for healing energy. A humorous person is a natural healer, while a healer may have to inculcate humor. Gifted are the healers who have humor, patience, tolerance and freshness of approach.
The healer should also be mindful of persecutors who pursue persistently to undermine the good work of the healer. ‘Persecution pursues the good work of the healer, like the dust after the running vehicle’. The healer should observe not only those who support and admire his work but also the persecutors who could be persistently persecuting him even from the previous lives.
The healer should know that as much as he is habituated to heal so much are his persecutors who are habituated to cause impediments on the way to heal. For this reason the healer should have to be vigilant and at the same time cognizant of the helping wings of the healing angels. Relating to them, one can reinforce oneself and proceed to fulfill. These are but a few hints for the healers on the way.