Too Simple to be True Healing Therapies Pt. 21

Too Simple to be True Healing Therapies Pt. 21


Too Simple to be True Healing Therapies Pt. 21

May 12, 2016
Bill Haberman
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Waving Therapy


I first noticed this waving therapy in my studies in qigong. Kenneth Cohen

pointed out several way that this is done there. For example, one of the diagnosis methods is just waving the hand in the air for the base of the spine to the crown of the head and then down the front of the body.  


There is no touching, just the palm of the hand is waving/moving along in the air.  You note differences in the way things feel.  And you get an idea of where problems are in the body.  As a neophyte to alternatives, I thought , “Yeah, right.”   


Then Mr. Cohen said that some masters use this diagnosis technique as a healing method.  Just the act of slowly moving the hand(s) inquisitively through the aura seems to have a healing effect.   


I was even more sceptical of that, but I stored it away.


[This is also done in some forms of Reiki, yoga, and reconnective healing, to name a few.]  


So I sort of stored that in the back of my mind.  In a month or so, I received a phone call that my uncle had been put in a nursing home for some rehab and had slipped into a coma.  My cousin had called me to tell me that the next day the doctors were going to put him in hospice.  I drove over to the rehab, and found my uncle in the room alone and comatose.  


While waiting for my cousin to return, I thought maybe he was not ready to go.  I started to run in the air my hand over his body looking for signs of energy, and there was little to be felt.  My cousin came in and saw that I was doing something, and he stepped back in the hall.  As I finished, I mentally told Uncle Ervin that it was not time for him to go.


When I finished my qigong diagnosis, I went in the hall where I talked to my cousin.  I said I could not find much energy there but there was some.  It was up to my uncle to decide to go or to stay.  His son assured me that the doctors after 2 weeks of coma had told him that it was just a matter of time and there was no hope.  Hospice was coming in the morning.   That was about 8 o’clock in the evening.


Early the next morning maybe 3 or 4, I was awoken by the phone.  I braced myself; this was the call.  Yes, it was my cousin.  As I began to think of all the condolence things to say, my cousin started to explain.


He had just received a call for the home.  It was my uncle, who was calling.  He had come out of the coma and was disoriented.  He did not know where he was, but he wanted his son to come pick him up.  My cousin called the care facility, and they were shocked to learn that he was awake.  


Long story short, the disorientation soon faded.  He went home and lived by himself.   Five years later he passed from other causes.  


All I had done was diagnosis. I had not tried to heal.  I just felt for energy sensations and examined them and moved on.  The doctors were scratching their heads, as cousin told them of what I had done.  To this day he believes that it was a healing from my diagnosis.  


I unknowingly had done waving therapy.  Turns out that is quite similar to Eric Pearl’s reconnective healing.  You just move you hands in the aura, while experiencing the sensations in the aura.  It is too simple to be true, but it is.


I was called to do reconnective healing on a lady with parkinson’s disease.  When I walked into the house, I was introduced to the lady, who was everywhere shaking so bad that it was hard to look at her.  She was confined to a wheelchair.  


Being totally invalided her daughter a R.N. was taking care of her.


I had recently learned the Eric Pearl method and just started doing his form of waving over the body and experiencing the sensations.  I was not trying to heal, while the sceptical nurse looked on.  I would not have known what to try.  


About thirty or forty minutes into the session, all the shaking stopped, completely stopped.  The daughter started looking on is disbelief.  The problem disappeared.  Later the R.N. told me that she had not seen her mother not shaking in 5 years.  


The shaking did return, but it had drastically subsided.  The next week I returned.  After I rang the doorbell, the “invalided” lady opened the door.  She was so happy and showing off.  She was out of the chair and moving around almost normally.  


She had been better all week.  Now she was able to take care of herself and had even been able to put on her makeup which was a big thing.  She was using a walker, her husband said, because she had been so excited about walking again that she had tried to walk too fast and fallen.  That was her security blanket.  


With each of our three waving sessions, she ended up better.  While the shaking never went completely away, she was a changed woman from waving therapy.    


I was talking with an N.D. friend of mine who told me about a waving therapy that she had learned.   In this technique, if a person has just experienced an injury, you wave your hand over the area of injury.  


You can wave your palm up and down, back and forth, clockwise, or counterclockwise.  The type of waving does not matter; it is just that you are waving.  And it is important to note that the proponents of the method say that the sooner you do it after an injury the better.  And you do the waving over the injured area.


Shortly after that talk, I was called that my friend had just been in a traffic accident around the corner from where I was.  I rushed over and found a lady with a neck injury, causing a gnarled pained look on her face.  Since the EMS had not arrived,

a ems

I went over to where she was sitting and asked her how she was doing.  At the same time, I started doing emergency waving behind her injured neck.


While we were talking, she asked what I was doing.  I simply said that I was a healer and was doing some healing energy work.  She smiled and said thank you, and that she could feel it.  Suddenly, she looked at me and said, “You better stop, or the doctors will not be able to find anything.”  


I stopped and looked into her now not gnarled face.  And then smiled and  moved to my friend, who was not that badly injured.  


Waving is too simple to be true, but it is.


About The Author

Dr. Bill in San Antonio, TX, holds six degrees in religious studies including a Ph.D. and a Th.D. He holds several other certificates and certifications. He has been what some call a professional student.

Raised mostly in rural south and south-central Texas, he is equally at ease on the ranch, in the woods, in meditation, or metaphysical pursuits.

He was the author of two books now out of print and several that he has not pushed for publication. He has written numerous articles in pier review journals during his time in traditional ministry.

He was invited to be on the translation committee for a modern Bible translation but declined, for philosophic differences over translation presuppositions.

His studies in comparative religions led him into an in depth study of metaphysics.

He has a knack for noticing overlapping principles in different systems. It occurred to him that when things keep showing up in many religions that these maybe the secret truth past down from our ancient past that are applicable to us today.

As in folk lore Odin hung from the tree upside down and after nine days, came to know the secret runes. Today Dr. Bill strives to look at repeating truths in a different way. He is willing as needed to take the time to see the secrets that are ready to be opened from different directional considerations.

Dr. Bill was a traditional minister for 25 years, filling pulpits two times a week and teaching many classes.

Now he has centered his work on the metaphysical of spirituality.

Dr. Bill looks at the metaphysical and spiritual from a new eclectic perspective. This rare insight has been a boon to him and as he works to help you can be a boon to you

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