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Radical healing outside the boundaries

By Jon Rappoport

There is a whole other aspect of my work that involves healing. I have occasionally written and spoken about it, but most of that work remains in notes. I want to present a few excerpts here. It’s important to know these pieces are meant to stimulate your own path(s) of healing; they aren’t necessarily meant as specific advice. After all, you are unique. You’re not anyone else.

“Suppose it turned out that a chronic condition wasn’t truly a disease. Instead, it was part of a search meant to connect deeply with someone or something. It was a clue about what you should connect with. It wasn’t really a negative. It was a marker on a path to a location you would never have otherwise suspected was there. Suppose that were true. And suppose you might have to travel a long way to see how the condition is a clue and what you needed to connect with.”

“There are certain healers whose physical touch brings frozen thought-forms to the surface. These forms then disperse and vanish in the light of day. Immediately, the energy field and certain physical processes in the body change. An influx of fresh energy occurs. Physical posture may change. I would say most of these healers are unknown. They’re not famous for being able to work such changes…”

“In my collection, Exit From The Matrix, I present and describe over 50 imagination techniques and exercises. Most of these are not specifically aimed at healing…but increasing the scope and range of imagination can, incidentally, bring about healing on several levels. One level is energy. Fresh, new, alive energy, entering the body, expanding through the person’s own energy field, even stimulating new outputs of natural substances in the body.”

“The search for healing is a path that can, if pursued with commitment, take a person into many new areas of experience. The search has a dual quality: the effort to find a cure, and the deepening of understanding/intuition about life itself. Both qualities lead toward the very heart and core of healing, in ever-widening dimensions. Some of these dimensions are non-rational; that is, they bring a person into contact with deep realities that lie outside the boundaries of science and ordinary discovery. At the same time, the person does not “lose” himself. He doesn’t try to obliterate what he is or what he holds in the highest esteem. He finds “a different place to sit,” so to speak. He commences a new dialogue with himself…”

“Healing encompasses all the levels: mind, body, spirit, feeling, energy, consciousness, imagination. Liberating one level affects the others. Healing is not only passive. It doesn’t stop with a cure. Ultimately, on the far shore, it isn’t something separate from you or your actions. It isn’t just something that happens to you. It can be that, but that isn’t the whole story. You are participating in the story. You are telling it. You are finding new pieces of it. In your search, synchronous elements occur out of nowhere. There is an aspect of experience that IS synchronicity…”

“A person takes a 6000-mile trip for reasons which are obscure to him. He knows the usual reasons, but they are merely the ‘cover story’. During the trip, a thought occurs to him which he has never thought before. One thought. And that is the beginning of a journey inside the journey. His life breaks out of its old patterns and concerns. A new fragment of a larger secret has emerged. Will he see this as an opportunity for healing, against which opportunity he had previously closed the door? If his answer is yes, his whole orientation toward his present and future will instantly change—no small feat…”

“Being obsessed with the next herb, the next leaf, the next tincture, the next powder is perfectly reasonable. The only question is, where does the present obsession lie on the path to healing? Does lie on the outskirts of the forest, where, for example, the person has circling for years? Does it lie deep within the forest, after a series of progressions has already been experienced? Going farther and deeper is the key. The heart of the matter is, in a sense, waiting to be discovered and entered. The outward actions of a given individual do not reveal his place in the unfolding of the story…”

“For each individual, there is a level and an aspect where his life is an abject failure. This is strangely a cause for celebration. It exposes a truth and, more importantly, points the way. To larger healing. He may be brilliant and wonderful on 78 levels, but there, on the 79th, is a key note. There is the “situation.” There is the chance to travel toward open infinity…”

The article, "Radical healing outside the boundaries", was syndicated from and first appeared at: https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2016/10/09/radical-healing-outside-the-boundaries/.

You may find more great articles by Jon Rappoport on https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/.

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