Distant healing is as powerful as if you were here in person, but it requires clients to have a higher level of faith. So, if distant healing is not something you currently feel comfortable with then maybe you can arrange an in-person appointment with me.
At the time of the healing, lie down and relax. I prefer that you lie on your back, but any position that’s comfortable is fine. Someone else can be with you, but I’d rather they didn’t touch you. The session will last for about an hour, but you can rest and relax for as long as you like.
Do make sure that you will not be interrupted by animals, small children, or phone calls, and that you are well covered with a blanket if the weather is cold.
Don’t be nervous if you feel someone touching you, feel heavy, your limbs move, you start rolling over, or any other unusual sensation or emotion. Stay calm, as fear will cause resistance. These unusual experiences are part of our natural reactions to energies we are not familiar with.
After the healing, unless we’ve spoken via Skype, I’ll email you describing my experience.
How long is the session?
Up to 60 minutes. Some clients fall asleep so the time varies. For some clients they continue to experience unusual sensations after that length of time.
How will I know the session is over?
Clients have told me they know, even if they haven’t experienced any of the more physical responses, that it’s time to get up.
Why didn’t I feel anything?
Some people don’t feel anything. I think this may be, but don’t quote me, down to the level of sensitivity they have developed. But, whether you feel something or not, the energy will be connecting with you.
What should I do after the healing?
Relax and drink lots of water. You may experience healing responses for a period of time or days afterwards. If you have a depressed response — lethargy, anxiety, anger, agitation, pain — consider contacting me for another healing. The feeling will pass in time, but if it’s unbearable, another healing will alleviate this response.