April 28, 2016
Healing Touch
April 28, 2016


The healer is not really a healer because he is not a doer. Healing happens through him; he has just to annihilate himself. To be a healer really means not to be. The less you are, the better healing will happen. The more you are, the more the passage is blocked. God, or the totality, or whatsoever you prefer to call it, is the healer: the whole is the healer….


An ill person is one who has simply developed blocks between himself and the whole, so something is disconnected. The function of the healer is to reconnect him.   The function of the healer is to reconnect him, the healer has to do nothing. The healer is just a function. The doer is God, the whole.


Everybody can become a healer. Healing is something like breathing; it is natural.  Somebody is ill; it means he has lost his capacity to heal himself. He is no longer aware of his own healing source. The healer is to help him to be rejoined. That source is the same from which the healer draws, but the ill man has forgotten how to understand the language of it. The healer is in relationship with the whole, so he can become a via-media. The healer touches the body of the ill person and becomes a link between him and the source. The patient is no longer connected directly with the source so he becomes indirectly connected. Once the energy starts flowing, he is healed.


And if the healer is really a man of understanding…because it is possible that you can become a healer and you may not be a man of understanding. There are many healers who go on doing it but they don’t know how it happens; they don’t know the mechanism of it.  If you understand also, you can help the patient to be healed and you can help him to be aware of the source from where the healing is happening.  So not only is he healed of his present illnesses, he is prevented from future illnesses. Then the healing is perfect. It is not only curative, it is also preventative.


Healing almost becomes an experience of prayer, an experience of God, of love, of the whole.

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