By Jeff Baird, Sunrise Reiki Colorado ♥
She has over 80 stitches from self-inflicted wounds. She has multiple personalities and experiences black outs during these fits of rage. She doesn’t remember slashing herself, and can only go by what others have told her as she heals from the deep scars. It hurt her when I hugged her, and patted her shoulder. There were stitches and bandages under her clothes that were well hidden. After hugging her, I immediately sent Reiki to the tender area. I was here to relieve her pain, not make it worse.
I have been contacted by many people who are looking for a way to heal from some devastating conditions. Earlier in my Reiki career, I would have been intimidated by such challenging situations. But, that is not the case today. I have heard more than a couple of times from my guides, “Just do what you do man. Just do what you do.” And, that’s exactly what I do. I invite Reiki onto the scene and simply get out of the way as I channel the healing energy. It is the highest form of unconditional love available to us, and people must be comfortable inviting such power into their being. When they are open to it, lives change. I see it happen all the time.
The woman with over 80 stitches wants to heal. We spent a lot of time talking about it, and I am committed to helping her every way that I can. She is afraid of herself after hearing what happened that night. She did all of this damage in a matter of seconds, barely minutes. I only wish that she could heal as quickly as that. But, it’s going to take some time. Together, we will make it happen.
Reiki helps us remain true to our higher self. There is only one soul personality. The other personalities are just splinters of the one. In order to get her in touch with her higher self, the other entities need to leave. I firmly asked them to leave during her first treatment. This is not the first time that my team of spiritual helpers and I have sent negative energies on their way, and I am confident that it will not be the last time either.
There is no shortage of pain in the world today. I will continue to do my part, like so many others, as we help heal the world one soul at a time. Being a Reiki Master is not for the timid. We must be bold and steadfast in our work as we partner with God. In a world that is hurting, Reiki brings hope and love to every situation as it heals physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. I am so grateful for the people who contact me for healing. Together, we will continue to do great things.
Many of the people who contact me have tried just about everything else to get better with minimal results. They desperately want to heal and are looking for a better way. I am so humbled by their strength and commitment to a wellness program. The woman mentioned earlier in this article works multiple jobs. She told me that she likes it that way. Her schedule keeps her busy, rather than idle with too much time on her hands to dwell in her pain.
But, as busy as she is, she is working Reiki treatments into her schedule. Her willingness to heal will help her recover sooner rather than later. I believe in her and I’m pulling for her. Her healing is going to take some time, but Reiki and I will be there to help her every step of the way.