I went to a Deva Primal concert in Boulder. It was amazing. She asked us to turn to someone beside us and chant to each other. I chanted with a women whose eyes were clear, and her heart was open.
In the break we chatted. I told her she had such a great spirit. I asked if she was a healer. She said “I don’t call myself that.” I asked what do you do? She said she did Reiki. I said “so you are a healer”. She said “if I use that word healer it implies that the person lying on the table is broken. I don’t see my clients as broken. I see them as whole. What I do is bring through the I am energy, to help them remember their wholeness.”
I really appreciated this conversation. It made me think how often I hold someone as broken in my mind? Are we not limiting the other person by how we hold them energetically? If I think of someone as broken, am I helping them break out of their box? Or am I energetically joining with them, to reinforce what is not working.
How often do we hold ourselves as broken, focusing on our own deficits. When we do this we are energetically reinforcing the walls around heart.
What if we started connecting to our wholeness internally. Consciously connecting to the part of us that is already is complete a few times a day. How would my life change? How would the world change, if we all spend time each day, connecting to our existing wholeness rather than focus on what needs fixing.