When you do healing work, your word is your wand.
It is vitally important to keep your word if you want to be a great healer, especially and even if it later becomes inconvenient or even expensive to do so.
Recently, a friend said, “Oh, I am going to call you more often.”
I have not heard a word from her since. She does not understand the power of her word.
A politician we all know made certain promises before his election. We all remember what those promises are. It dims our view of the individual. He has lost power as a result of not keeping his word. Had he kept his word, his power would have actually increased.
When you keep your word, your power actually increases. People listen more carefully when you speak. They know you mean what you say and that you will do what you say you are going to do.
When I put my hands on a body, I say to the body, to myself, silently, “Show me health.”
Many people have a cellular memory of what it was like to be vibrantly, radiantly healthy – usually at least once in their lives.
My word is my wand. If I have diminished the power of my words by not keeping my word, living in integrity with what I say I am going to do, I would then diminish my ability to make a difference in the lives of others.
Healing work can be explained simply in this way. Illness is simply slowed down vibration. A good healer radiates a higher vibration. When he or she puts his hands on you, you have the opportunity to make the shift. Your cells have the opportunity to be more coherent.
If we do not live by what we say, keeping our promises to ourselves and others, then we lower our vibration. It’s all about integrity. Dr. David Hawkins, author of Power Vs. Force, has a logarithmic scale from 0 to 1000 based on integrity. The higher a person’s level of consciousness, the higher the level of their integrity. The higher the level of consciousness, the higher the level of integrity, the faster whatever that person says tends to manifest.
Your body remembers every word you say, even if your conscious mind does not.
Keep your promises to yourself and others.
If you say, “Tomorrow I am going to get up and exercise,” then do it.
If you say, “I am going to start eating better,” then do that.
If you say, “I really want to lose weight, or start meditating or get more rest,” then actually do something to follow through, otherwise you diminish the power of your thought and your ability to muster your willpower when it really matters.