Spiritual healing is complementary to orthodox medicine; it must not be considered as an alternative. When you are unwell, you need to get assistance from your doctor. If you receive Spiritual healing, this will complement your treatment, the two will work together to assist in your recovery.
When we mention Healing of any sort, many people think immediately of making a person well due to a physical problem. This is true in part, but it is not the whole picture. The aim of Spiritual healing is to treat the ‘whole’ person.
When we mention “Spiritual”, many people immediately think of religion. With Spiritual healing, this is not so. The Spiritual nature of mankind is all of those parts that are non – physical such as mind, emotions and the “life force”. Spiritual healing can be administered to a person of any religious denomination or none at all. Religion and Faith take no part in a Spiritual healing session.
When Spiritual healing is administered, it can assist a person on any or all of those levels of self, thus treating the whole person.
Nothing is expected from the recipient of the healing, except perhaps openness to what may happen, and a degree of trust in the Healer. An acceptance for the need for change and the will to do so will also help.
The patient also has a great influence on the level of recovery because it is the patient’s positive attitude in wanting to feel well again that works with both medical treatment and Spiritual healing.
Healers at Springdale Church work to a Code of Conduct to which they must adhere – it is compulsory.
The duration of the healing session varies from person to person. As healing proceeds, you may feel a little warmer, a little cooler, or no change at all – just relax and enjoy the session. Equally, don’t try to detect what is happening, just RELAX.