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Five Key Conditions that Promote Healing

In between sessions of my second case study of Bi-Aura Therapy, I pondered on why and how the results of giving up her repeat prescription of pain killers had happened after only one session, which led me to write about what I felt were the five key conditions that led to this outcome.

· It helps if the practitioner does not know the client prior to the first appointment.

If the two people don't know each other, then it is less likely for any type of judgement to have taken place, either by the client or the practitioner. The reverse may be true for those fearful of strangers but broadly speaking, it's hard to judge someone you don't know.

· The practitioner's ability to connect with the energy of unconditional love.

“When I heard the story of her pain and suffering due to a car accident, every cell of my being just wanted to make her well again."

· The client's ability to relax, receive and be open.

"If the client is able to be still and reach a meditative state, the client’s stillness is much more receptive to receiving energy."

· Belief.

"Prior to the appointment, I asked my client to write down her symptoms, but not to worry about them as I was going to see her for a treatment soon. She had the *belief that her session would improve her condition (and it did).”

*(Note: Code of ethics to respect client’s beliefs).

· Intention.

"After telling me about her car crash story, my intention for the healing was movement. After the first session, she didn't need pain killers anymore and her physiotherapist was able to straighten out the discs in her neck the following day."

The practitioner is not lawfully allowed to claim to be able to cure.

It is the practitioner’s intention to be a channel for healing energy to re-align the client’s energy for the good of all concerned, and these principles may be transferred to other holistic practices.

As you can see, it is a two way process where it is just as essential for the client to be open minded as it is for the intention of the practitioner to be a channel for healing energy in order to get the maximum benefit from a session.

“I am still off my pain killers and no longer seeing a physio and back to working. And I feel I am in a much better place in my life now and I do believe it all started with the bi-aura.” (Six months later).