Healing Energy is just like any other energy, it moves and it travels from one place to another.
In order to put ourselves in the right place to receive healing energy you could compare other types of energy and how they are received.
For example some telephones and televisions can recieve energy in the form of microwaves from sattelites in space, but even if you’re picking up a signal from a local repeater you still have to tune in to the right channel or frequency.
When two devices or objects have the same tuning or frequency they actually resonante with each other. The great thing about receiving energy by resonance is that while one end is transmitting the other is receiving passively. This means no effort or action is required by the receiver.
As you will see the video, the second tuning fork starts to make sound without being hit. This is the principle of tuning in to healing energy. Once you are on the right wave length/frequency you will receive healing energy without any effort involved.
A common mistake a lot of so called energy healers make, is that they try to use their own energy in some way, shape or form. That is compeltely incorrect, as the healing energy is not ours and does not belong to us. It’s a bit like air, we breathe it in and we breathe it out, but it never belongs to us.
If you try and use your own energy then you can end up feeling exhausted and you may actually end up picking up negative energy from othe people as a result.
A good exercise to practice tuning in is listening. Simply sit still and listen to what’s going on around you and see if you can tune in to various things. Music is especially good for this exercise.
We will talk more about this principle later in the series, but keep this in mind for now.
We need to tune in to the infinite source or healing energy in order to receive.
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