Is in person healing better than distant healing?
Healing is healing.
I feel better doing things in person but that is just a personal preference.
Here is one example of a distance healing that would be hard to top in person.
A lady had a broken ankle in Seattle, WA. It was one of those breaks that required surgery and the temporary use of a surgically implanted brace which protruded out of the limb.
I practice way down in San Antonio, TX. I did a distant augmented reconnective style healing session.
The next day she went to physical therapy. The therapist had her to move her foot in a certain direction. The therapist said, “You should not move your foot that much.”
The lady replied, “O.k. I will move less.”
“No,” corrected the therapist, “I mean you should not be able to move it that much yet.”
The next week we did one more distant session. Then next morning she noticed that screws in the apparatus out side her where backing out of the bones. It was like her body was saying we do not need this anymore.
The doctor removed brace much sooner than predicted before the distant healing. He may have left it in a little longer than was necessary because he could not believe the speed of her bone fusion.
And that was at a great distance. What could be better near or distant?
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