Absent healing is any form of healing energy “sent” across time and space. The healing is received and has a healing effect on the recipient. With this type of healing, you do not have to be physically present with the healer to receive the healing.
Healing Herbs: Science shows us that these herbal power-healers can help ease pain, prevent Alzheimer’s, and ward off cancer and heart disease. Though herbs have been used for hundreds of years to heal, scientists are finally starting to substantiate these plants’ abilities to alleviate arthritis pain, reduce high blood sugar and cholesterol, and help with many other conditions. They’re even discovering amazing new powers in the best healing herbs, such as the ability to kill cancer cells and help problem drinkers curb their alcohol intake. The ancients knew all about these remedies and we are gradually going back to these pearls of nature that heal without any of the side effects often seen with the chemically produced remedies.
Healing Crystals: Crystals have a long tradition of being used for crystal healing. Each variety of crystal has a unique internal structure, which causes it to resonate at a certain frequency. It is this resonance that is said to give crystals their healing abilities. Applying this resonance in a coherent way can help to restore stability and balance to the bodies energy systems, stimulating the body’s natural healing mechanisms.Crystal therapy is a gentle non-invasive form of alternative healing that works holistically to harmonize the mind, body, emotions and spirit, helping to increase our feeling of well-being, neutralize negativity, lift depression and to help us to become integrated, whole beings.
Angels: Angels are sent to us to bring love, compassion and healing. Their power and healing come from true unconditional love and wisdom. They are roughly equivalent to pagan and North American Indian totems and spirit guides, except our Guardian Angels are with us from birth to death, while spirit guides tend to change as our spiritual development changes. Love is the key; Love God or whoever you perceive Him to be and Love your Neighbour. Release the Love that is in each one of us. Heal the world with 5 words, with love.
Native American Indians: Much of what we know today about herbal medicine is based on Native American healing. Herbs were a staple of Native American medicine, and for almost any kind of complaint, tinctures, salves or teas made of leaves, flowers, bark or berries were applied or consumed to treat the ailment. Native American healing has saved millions of lives, thanks to the invention of penicillin, which was derived from a Native American treatment for infection using mold. Before penicillin was discovered by doctors, Native Americans had been using it as a remedy for centuries to treat illnesses.
There is a revival of interest in Native American healing as more people are searching for alternative remedies to avoid the side effects, inconvenience and cost of traditional medicine. Native American healing also focuses on detoxification methods, such as sitting in sweat houses and fasting to remove impurities from the body. These sweat houses consisted of fires in tents, and through perspiration, the body could be cleansed and purged of germs and other unhealthy substances.Given today’s hectic, stress-filled lifestyle, Native American healing is making a comeback and traditional practitioners of this science are very much in demand.
What is Spiritual Healing? The term spiritual is derived from its root words “spirit” and “ritual”. Spirituality is a system of beliefs or religious practices based on communication with the spirit world through mediums. Spiritual Healing is a form of Native American medicine that uses help and guidance from the spirit world in traditional rituals effected by a medium, or Shaman, to produce natural healing energy to treat the whole person – mind, body and spirit. It can also be referred to as Shamanic Healing. The knowledge of spiritual healing is what the Native Americans mean when referring to “medicine” or “mystery.” The responsibility for Spiritual healing is dependent on the ability of the healer, who in Native American culture is a Medicine Man or Shaman, rather than person being healed and is sometimes referred to as Native American Medicine or Mysteries. The spiritual healing undertaken by the Shaman or Medicine Man is based on the shamanic healing practices and beliefs of Native American Indians and combines elements of spirituality, ceremonies, rituals and Trance States and Herbal Medicinal Plants to heal people. Native American Spiritual healing is part of a belief system that incorporates different elements of Animism, Totemism, Shamanism, Fetishism and Ritualism.
The Shaman is believed to have a spiritual connection with animals, supernatural creatures and all elements of nature and possesses the ability to undertake spiritual healing. The Shaman is responsible for restoring well-being and harmony with the spirits of nature and the Great Spirit, or the Great Mystery, using his knowledge of shamanic and spiritual healing.The Native Americans believe that the supernatural spirit world is the abode of good and bad spirits. The good spirits help men and the bad spirits are able to harm men. It is the bad spirits that caused suffering, sickness and disease. When a man became ill it was believed that a bad spirit had entered his body and taken his soul away.
Native Indians therefore believe that sickness stems from spiritual problems and that the Shaman possesses the powers of spiritual healing to disarm bad spirits and heal and protect their owners. The spiritual healing practised by the Shaman is focussed on the restoration of a person to return his being to a healthy and pure state by the actions taken during Shamanic healing and various ceremonies and rituals.The Native American Shaman had an extensive knowledge of herbs enabling them to combine their skills as herbalists with the rituals associated with Shamanic and spiritual healing.
Native American healing involves the use of herbal remedies which are given to the patients with due ceremony and accompanied by traditional spiritual healing rituals. This powerful combination enables the Shaman to undertake spiritual healing and treat the whole person, which includes attending the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical needs of the patient. Native American Indians treat herbs with great respect and pray to the spirit of the plant to release their powers of healing and give a prayer of gratitude before picking them. The herbal remedies included herbal teas made from the roots and leaves of plants, ointments and salves and used in conjunction with other Shamanic and spiritual healing techniques.