Saturday, January 30, 2016

Healing Is A Word Many Use Yet Few Understand - A Discourse by M.N. Hopkins

Healing is a word many use yet few understand.  Healing is so simple an act that it eludes the human mind.  Why does it do so?

Because of the habits of fear that have been encouraged by the human communities to protect those of limited knowledge and even more limited experience from experiencing true acts of healing.

Healing is simply a phenomenon that occurs when one can set aside from one's limiting thoughts and outerward imposed limited thinking and for the moment be free from all the fears others have encouraged within you as a means of control and that you have allowed to remain, further hindering any possibility of self-healing.

For,  it is truly an act of the Self upon the self once one has for just even a brief moment dropped all their preconceived notions and misunderstanding that have been taught and maintained in a deliberate effort to maintain the power of the self-proclaimed voices of authority that deceive to gain a profit from human suffering.

How many times have you heard the term, scientifically proved.  What does this mean in reality?

That a group of health practitioners or a drug manufacturer have chosen a scientist to publish the results that shed a positive light upon their practices or medicines while at the same time denying any claims that dispute the results of those hired for the results that they wish people to believe in.  These results are published and aggressively marketed through a campaign of fear and trickery.

Rememdies or practices that are simple, inexpensive, and very effective are demonized and woe to those who dare to fight for the health and well being of their patients.  A modern day witch hunt may be a more accurate description of these practices of those who gain great profit with often ineffectual results.

This is the beauty of acts of faith.  These interventions cancel out the imprinted fears and allow the body to be in a state of calm, which is nothing more than the freedom from fear.  Once the body's mind and emotions are calm, then the health giving Light surrounds and fills the person and the body's natural healing ability is at it's optimum.

Soon, what are called medical miracles occur since those self-proclaimed High Priests of Medicine cannot maintain their lies and rather than get caught and have to admit that our systems of healing that they have not yet embraced or understand are effective, proclaim this rapid healing as an unexplained medical mystery.

Those who dare to question their authority are discredited and a systematic campaign begins to destroy their careers and stop them from practicing less others begin to question the High Priests incompetence and lack of understanding.

This is so common not only within the Health Profession, but in all human institutions with great profits and funding that will be and are protected at all costs without any concern for the health and well being of others.

So, can you see how something so simple as the act of healing through prayer or faith can be stopped by the voices of fear,  whether that fear be ego fear from within one's own being or the outward voices of the ego fears of others who deceive and lie to maintain their own fears of loosing control over others.

© M.N. Hopkins


Anonymous said...

Enjoyed this thank you for sharing

Anonymous said...

Excellent, as usual. There was a recent article in Macleans magazine that reported the high percentage of deaths literally caused by doctors. I'll send more details if you're interested. Avoid them whenever possible-lol


Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Maggie.

I do avoid them...and am very healthy because of this.


Stranger in a Strange Land said...

You are very welcome as always Martin.

Kindest regards,

Anonymous said...

Excellent insights Michael - Thank you for this sharing.

My best - Michael B.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Thank you so much for your kind words, Michael B.

Kindest regards,

Mathew Naismith said...

My wife this morning was talking about a person who can't do without their pain killing meds after an op on their shoulder.

Now the following is true faith.

As you know Mike, I have had a chronic injury since I was six years old, in my 48 years of this injury, I can count on one hand how many times I have taken meds. Even when I had an op to cut of the radial head and to try to fix the nerves as best as possible in my right arm, I took no meds afterwards.

In saying this, if you unable to cope with pain, physical and/or mental, don't compound the trauma involved, it's simply not worth it. Compounding trauma can eventually leave one in a psychological mess, likened to combat trauma, however, taking meds can also create their own compounding trauma!!

I love homeopathy and my own faith.

Many Blessings,