Paths of Healing

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Learn how to improve your healing process in this 2-hour class.

The video will go over the nature of healing and how to understand healing so you can be more whole in life.

The class includes:
– 2 Hour Video going into the details of whole-life healing.

  • How healing is about body, mind, and spirit.
  • How to become your own health expert.
  • Releasing stress and trauma.
  • Generational issues to overcome.
  • Lifestyle and Prevention
  • The problems of the modern health system and lifestyles.
  • Exploring more deeply the differences between Mind / Body and Spirit in healing.
  • Diet and food challenges in health.
  • Understanding the tides of life.
  • Understanding and working with your natural baseline!
  • Pulling together a healing practice.
  • How to use and work with experts.
  • Working with your perception
  • Working with the entanglement of multiple problems.
  • and more!

– 1 Article exploring self-help.
– 1 Article exploring handling emotions.

You get 1-year access to the class and recordings. Go at your pace. Re-watch the video!

The initial healing article is open to everyone. Then you can follow the course deeper with the video and the additional course article linked at the bottom of the page.

What is Healing?

It’s critical to understand what healing yourself means.

To heal: is to make whole.

A fundamental problem that limits any healing process is: not understanding what being whole is all about.

Being alive includes life’s challenges, and the process of overcoming/growing from our challenges shapes us in a very tangible manner. In healing, you must consider how you work with the challenges in life.

For example, taking a pill to cure an illness doesn’t resolve lifestyle and other factors that define and manifest in that person’s illness. To only run away from abuse doesn’t consider what drove a person into abuse.

It’s critical to learn from our challenges and change in relation to those challenges in order to truly be whole.

Healers often split apart the physical, mental, and spiritual parts of our nature to make healing oneself simpler. The mistake becomes leaving it all separate. Remember, true healing, as it’s about wholeness, must always balance out mind, body, and spirit in the outcome. While a healing process may start simple to begin a process of fixing one part of our nature, the more extensive path of healing will always become a tapestry of actions that blend in elements of one’s life’s physical, mental and spiritual parts. Healing must also be a process of growth.

Healing yourself isn’t about returning to a predefined state of where you once were! (This is one flaw of modern medicine) Doing so limits and then helps foster decay in a person’s spirit.

In other words: it’s essential that a healing technique is always part of a more extensive growth process rather than a single static simple action.

If you are getting healed, and you are not growing from the healing experience, then you know something is fundamentally wrong in the technique of healing being applied to you. You should always question quick fixes and static solutions, as in the end, such solutions won’t blend into the larger story of your life, won’t help you truly become whole.

Explore Options While Healing Yourself

Many healing paths exist!

Another exciting aspect of healing yourself is that many paths exist in finding wholeness.

For instance, sometimes to be whole means to become something new, sometimes to be whole is to release issues of the past.

We have to understand what we are in wholeness can shift quite radically based on how we grow into our life.

Also: Don’t get attached to a single solution to a problem. Many paths and many solutions exist. All too often, healers themselves get defined to their healing practices. As a result, they become blinded to other possibilities and even better alternatives to a person’s situation.

If you get stuck to a single vision of what wholeness can look like, you can miss countless better alternatives to your future life. For example, in a midlife crisis, people often focus more on release and running to an external solution rather than working on their inner change. As a result, midlifers often give up more than they bargain for in their healing process. Helping a person heal in midlife crisis is often a process of slowing a person down to show them all the options they have in life.

Healing Styles

Style matters.

Sometimes the very process and tools used in healing yourself, become a critical part of what we are. For example, a wheelchair when used as an extension of the body can be a beautiful thing rather than merely a tool. How we look at something effects how it is used.

If you view a tool as a tool, it will always be a tool. But if you perceive something as an extension of you, then your spirit goes into that item/process, and it helps make you beautiful. Because then you extend the grace of your actions into that extension of yourself.

Being Whole

Don’t forget about yourself!

One problem of Modern Healing Techniques and Psychiatry is how they view the process of healing. Modern processes work towards healing a person to an outside averaged state of being based on medical knowledge statistically gathered over many years. This is great when the problem you face is a well known average problem, but fails when you are dealing with something new or more complicated than a standard problem.

Part of the teachings here is to reinforce a person’s capacity to be complete not by outside standards but within your nature.

Whenever you work with any healer: it’s always important to hold “space” for yourself. You need to be your advocate on your nature and form.

You are the expert at being you!

Healing Advice – Live!

When healing, people tend to slow down and stop living fully.

To stop living is never a proper approach to healing.

Rather healing is about refocusing how you live.

Yes, you should slow down when healing yourself but not to stop living life either. When healing yourself, there is an opportunity to live and explore life in an even deeper more perceptive manner than you might realize. While in a state of healing: the body and mind often then go into a deeper state of awareness also: Your body is focused on healing, which also focuses your senses in a new manner. Use this truth and explore living with your heightened senses. Yes, you might be a bit worn out from healing, so you are not going to be exactly leaping about. However, with the expanded awareness that comes with healing yourself,  use that awareness to live in deeper more profound manners also.

So don’t stop exploring life when healing yourself. Yes, do pace yourself with the healing process. Living doesn’t mean always to be running at full steam, running at full steam even while healthy will break a person. Rather living is about interacting with life around you. So yes slow down and prioritize how you flow with others, yet don’t forget life, your life, when healing.


We have both inner and outer challenges in life. When we find a balance between our inner challenges, it then becomes possible to find grace. Trying to solve our inner issues with outer solutions based on others often creates endless chasing in our healing process.

Wholeness is a complicated process; how we are whole internally can be different in how others will view wholeness for you.

Try to work towards finding peace internally. This often eases the healing path. Then concentrate on larger outer problems of how others see and interface with you. Few people can do this because most people insist on only defining themselves based on others.

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