If you can love, you can heal.
The more I practice healing others, the more I realize that healing is love.
And love is healing.
When healing we speak of "intention", but what exactly does that mean? The dictionary will tell you that to have intention means to have in mind a purpose or plan, to direct the mind, to aim.
Strangely, when healing, it means almost the opposite. Yes, you have a purpose (to heal) but there is no directing the mind to make a specific healing happen. There is no aiming to control the outcome. To heal you relinquish control (see last weeks post) and just allow whatever happens to happen. You support your client and trust that s/he gets what's needed - even if neither of you understand it.
Relinquish control. Trust. Support. Kind of sounds like love, doesn't it?
First, love. Healing will follow.