Case Histories

8 01 2020

Being the conduit for healing requires that the practitioner let go of the desire to follow up.  The healing has to stand on it’s own. That healing belongs to the recipient. I often tell clients to ask their questions immediately, if they have them. Oddly, despite having a good memory, I won’t remember the session  after a short time later. I also say that I am not a therapist. I have no intention of repeated sessions.

I was recently asked to provide case histories for some of my past clients in order to track efficacy of the healing work.  This created a challenge to me.  I understand that such information is important and especially helpful to people unfamiliar with this work. I am currently working on this project. I’m changing the names and checking carefully to be sure to respect the individuals. Perhaps I will share some stories with you, my audience. My question to you is, would that be helpful?


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