Professional Perspective: Working With Energy, part 2

Last week we met Simon Hay, an Aussie practioner who works with energy fields, and his friend Dan who was in need of help. This week we read about the treatment Simon administered and the incredible change in Dan’s life.

PTSD and Energy Work in Action

The first treatment with Dan was like looking into a black abyss. The shadow, thePTSD, Professional Perspective, Healmyptsd.com disharmony shifted like disturbed oil, pushed aside by the golden light cascading from my body and flowing from my hands. Every time a bubble of black broke loose Dan responded: he sighed, twitched, cried, his body jumped as if he’d been electrocuted, and his back arched as if he’d been pulled towards the ceiling.

All these responses are normal and experienced by most clients in varying degrees. Some clients experience being out of body, they feel spirits hands on them, they see spirits and angels, and they see images of moments in their lives. I also record these images, and at times become a participant in the slide show. I can experience violence and abuse, trauma and depression. The emotion and pain of every moment is compressed into a single second. It’s like shedding an energy skin, a misty ethereal layer of pain. When it’s done the client is relaxed and peaceful, the field looks smooth and still, and the light radiating from the client extends beyond the room.

After the first treatment Dan was disorientated, exhausted, and out of balance. He knew something had happened, but he had nothing to measure it against. He’d experienced being out of body and had seen the slide show of images I’d seen. I was able to tell him personal things about himself: how he felt, past experiences, I described members of his family in spirit, and I knew some of the conversations he had with himself. This confused him more. After all he was a sceptic. The images from past lives unsettled him, but in his words, ”something happened. I don’t know what, but I want to try again.”

In the second treatment I told Dan that he was reluctant to take one of the medications he was on. I’d seen it, relived it, and I knew that this anti depressant was causing him to sink further into depression. I’ve no medical training and I don’t recommend anyone to stop taking prescribed medication, but I knew Dan had hesitated because his conscious mind was listening to his energy field-don’t take this pill, it’s making you sick.

Dan elected to stop taking the pill. He felt better, and came to see me again. After six weeks he voluntarily cut back and stopped all his medication. He hadn’t told his psychiatrist, but continued to see him. When he was able to tell him, he was told to not throw away his medication. The psychiatrist knew Dan had improved, but didn’t believe it would last. Everyone around Dan didn’t believe it would last.

Dan’s back improved, the pain eased (he stopped taking the pain killers also), he started loosing weight, and he continues to do so. His family have all noticed the change in him. He’s happy and active, and he no longer sees his psychiatrist. ”I’d much rather play golf.”

To learn more about Simon:

http://www.simonhay.com/

http://blog.simonhay.com.au/

Simon is  a full time healer and medium. Passionate about writing and facilitating change Simon lives in Qld Australia and works for the world.

The opinions in this post are solely those of the author. To contribute to ‘Professional Perspective’ contact Michele.

 
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