Posts Tagged ‘spiritual healing’

Spiritual Healing

August 29th, 2010

The Power of Prayer Spiritual Healing, which is virtually healing done with the power of prayer, and good intention,  is something we are all capable of doing, or learning how to do. All that is required, really, is an openness to the power of the Creator and the Holy Spirit, the Angelic forces, and our Guides.  Then we allow this wonderful power of Spirit  to flow through us, the vehicle, so that this healing energy may be absorbed to heal our own  physical and spiritual condition. This great healing power which comes from Spirit can be  transmitted to another person who requires healing, ...

Pendulum Dowsing

August 4th, 2010

Pendulum Dowsing is a fascinating thing.  A simple pendulum such as a glass crystal from a Chinese Two Dollar Shop will work, so long as the pendulum can swing unhindered and evenly. Once you get the hang of it, the pendulum  can give you a negative or a positive to almost any question. The usual patterns are:   clockwise for a positive, and anti clockwise for a negative. It is possible to use the pendulum for almost any question:  you can swing the  pendulum  over an item of food to let you know whether or not that food is suitable for you or not.   You can find lost ...

Spiritual Healing and the Pendulum

April 8th, 2010

Using Divine Power To Gain Insights:  This is a story about something quite remarkable which recently happened to me. You might call the experience a development in extra-sensory perception. I have been using the pendulum for many years. In the days when I was bringing up my family and using homeopathic medicine as an alternative to conventional medicine, I found the pendulum extremely useful in deciphering which of the many available remedies were the best choice for any given ailment. Pendulum Diagnosis:  The pendulum worked miracles - there was rarely a need to go to doctors or even naturopaths, as the pendulum ...

Alzheimer’s and Pendulum Communication

March 22nd, 2010

Psychic Healing and Communication:  People who have alzheimer's, or brain damage, still have their core part of their mind still intact. To the visitor, friend or relative, doctor or nurse, often an alzheimer's patient seems beyond any power of comprehension, as the patient may simply sit there, with no outward recognition of any visitor and with, seemingly, no appreciation of what efforts the visitor or care-giver may be making on behalf of the patient. These poor people have often  lost the ability to speak and move, which might indicate to the observer that they are absolutely 'in another world'. In ...
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