A perspective on healing

February 28, 2012

Healing, Self-improvement

The definition of healing includes: to cure, restore health, make well, nurse back to health, repair, mend and rebuild.

by Sherry Anshara — 

Ask people what the concept of healing means to them and you will get a wide variety of (and often intense) responses. Some people might declare that you must use a certain product and can only use it one way, while others might advocate a multi-tiered holistic approach. Indeed, there are as many descriptions of healing as there are modalities.

The definition of healing includes: to cure, restore health, make well, nurse back to health, repair, mend and rebuild. From a rational perspective, people do not initially get sick all over — illness usually begins in one part of the body. When the body expresses itself with pain or discomfort, there is a reason: something is out of balance physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually and, yes, perhaps even financially. These are all aspects of your consciousness, whether you are aware of them or not.

The allopathic medical process tends to focus externally for answers — through research, exploration and examinations — to discern what is going on in a patient’s body. A diagnosis usually occurs long after the first symptoms occur. Frequently, the idea of healing or curing is based on the symptoms, rather than the cause. The symptoms are not the problem, although they may appear as such.

The body understands that something is not working properly or that some area is out of balance and it knows how to heal itself with the correct care, an open consciousness and a willingness to look inside. Let us look then at one possibility that may be the best practical approach to healing in a grounded, systematic way. It involves initiating the personal healing process at the core of the condition, where it should begin.

When you begin to feel out of balance, ask your body what is going on before turning to medication or a treatment that will suppress the natural dialogue it is using to get your attention. Remember to frame the questions thoughtfully. Asking yourself, “What is wrong with me?” will not give you any answers — since the body does not process that something is wrong with you. Instead, try going inside and asking, “What is going on with me?” and listen for the answers that may come.

Once you have addressed the heart of the matter, you can start looking to the outside world for guidance, as the various avenues, products and healing modalities will now be beneficial — on different but connected levels of your consciousness. Without an emotional, physical, spiritual, mental and financial resolution within yourself, it is much more difficult to get to the solution.

At this point, you will not be giving away your power to the perfect elixir or the “this-way-or-the-highway” approach to healing. Instead, you will be the one directing your healing process in a progressive way and not running from place to place, person to person or product to product to regain your health. You now are in charge of your process and have learned to connect to the core of the problem.


Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of Blended Healthcare Consortium and the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, and creator of QuantumPathic Energy Methodsm in Scottsdale, Ariz. 480-609-0874, sherryanshara@quantumpathic.com or www.quantumpathic.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number  5, Oct/Nov 2009.

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