For the past two weeks I’ve been sharing what "energy work" means. In the next few weeks we’ll discuss what it looks like, and how you can benefit. Today, however, I'd like to share with you the journey that helped me to find my calling as an energetic healer.
During the period of forced shut down because of the Covid19 pandemic, I realized I needed a way to care for my clients even when we weren't able to meet in person. A friend and mentor pointed me in the direction of The Emotion Code, by Dr. Bradley Nelson. It was a great fit. It was my introduction into the field of energetic healing - specifically clearing electromagnetic energy that can build up in the body because of trauma or unresolved emotions. I read The Emotion Code book and decided to become credentialed in this field as both a Certified Emotion Code and Certified Body Code Practitioner. Along the way, I was sitting front seat as several of you were healed from issues you'd struggled with for years. Not just emotional healing, but physical healing as well.
I felt I was being guided and nudged by the Holy Spirit into making this work a major healing modality meant to be offered to all. The problem was, I wasn't one-hundred percent certain I even believed what I was seeing.
It was then I was led to reconsider the story of Lazarus. Most people only see two characters in the story, but there are three. There is the Redeemer, the Redeemed, and also those who were there with them. You see, when Jesus called Lazarus, “Lazarus, come out!”, Lazarus was bound, head, hands and legs -completely unable to remove his grave clothes. Jesus chose not to remove the grave clothes either . . . he turned to those standing there and gave us that task.
I asked Jesus if that's what I was doing. He said, "Yes, I'm raising them to life, help them remove the grave clothes that are keeping them bound."
Ever since then, I've been fully committed to faithfully carrying out the work He has given me to do. If you have questions about this work, call, text or email me. We will schedule a time to talk. Otherwise, just keep watching for the next Newsletter.
Jesus called in a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out!” The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face.
Jesus said to them, “Take off the grave clothes and let him go.” John11:43b -44