Healing with Tolerance
My travels take me all over the world and my experiences with people, their stories and the miracles that ensue need to be shared.
As I got started I laughed at my surroundings. It was over one hundred degrees out and I was standing in a small house with no air conditioning, people were coming in and out of the tiny living room as a toddler stood by occasionally hanging onto my leg for support. My arrival was announced somewhere in the wind with a long line of a sore throats, headaches, neck and shoulder pain, an infant’s sleepless nights, brain tumor, stoke, rotator cuff, knee, leg, hip and back pain, loss of a loved ones, lack of trust and a son who served his country only to be imprisoned due to post traumatic stress syndrome taking over his life. As I worked on each person my experience as a healer guided my hands like a surgeon as I removed negative energies out of their bodies and in their auric fields. One person commented I think a family member did this to me and another remarked they are mad at my family please check everyone out.
Many people are not aware of the corruption that different cultures around the world experience within their spiritual realm. We see corruption in western religion and can identify where a person has committed such crimes but in the world of voodoo and witching there is much that goes unnoticed.
My ability to see all levels of the astral plane helps me to identify what has happened and where it came from and remove it. One person who blamed the ill will from her sister for her fall, dragged her leg in barely able to walk. I moved about taking things out of her leg and addressed the hairline fracture in her ankle that had still not healed. I scolded her for not wearing the boot her doctor prescribed and proceeded to talk to her about tolerance. Forgive your sister I said as I took more things out of her back and hips. After working on her I showed her a physical therapy exercise that she could do as homework and we embraced. She was crying as she walked out the door without a limp bearing full weight on her leg she had dragged in.
Tolerance of each other, families, communities, religions and cultural differences remains the goal in the twenty first century. Love creates pathways that intercept all belief systems and if followed allows us to arrive in peace.