Do I have to believe in healing to be helped?
- No, you don't. Animals and small children are receptive to healing and they have no
prerequisites for believing.
Should I feel that it is working?
- You will not necessarily feel anything during the treatment. The reaction may come later. Reactions usually come and go within three days. Most people notice very little the first time but more after subsequent treatments.
What reactions should I expect?
- One may experience hot and cold currents, prickling or numbness. One may feel heavy, light, queasy, dizzy, nauseated, tired, listless or full of energy. Other reactions are spontaneous movements and emotional reactions, crying, laughter, fever, vomiting, swelling of the fingers, increased level of pain during or immediately after healing - all of which disappear completely or partially. Some patients experience a vigorous cleansing via urination and/or bowel movement. Those who have used a lot of medication may notice that their urine smells of chemicals. Reactions may occur during the treatment or later, perhaps the following day.
Unpleasant reactions come and disappear within three days in most cases. There is no fixed pattern of reactions, they are individual and can vary from time to time. Most patients notice very little the first time but feel more in connection with subsequent treatments. Some people notice nothing at all but this doesn't mean that there has been no transfer of energy. The pain or problem can be lessened or completely gone the following day.
Some people experience a brief deterioration of the condition the days immediately following the treatment. This is not a "side effect" in the medical sense, but a sign that the body's own healing processes have been activated.
If, after a few treatments, you notice reactions and/or changes, it is a sign that you are receptive to healing. You should continue the treatment until the reactions disappear because these will continue as long as the sickness is in your body.
Being healed is like running a film backwards. You will not necessarily see improvement at once but may see that your symptoms change character. Many get symptoms and reactions they have had before, only in reverse order. This is because healing works on the cause of the sickness and not on the symptoms. The longer you have had the problem, the more deeply embedded it is.
How many treatments do I need?
- Some may feel the benefit of one treatment, others after a week or two. Failure to do so does not mean that you are not receptive. If you have had problems over long time, it will also take longer time to find the balance back. Four weeks or 20 remote treatments you should try before eventually think of giving up. If you within 20 treatments claims to have a form of change, or an improvement in quality of life, which can be attributed to the treatment you should proceed.
How many people does it help?
- Healing has an immediate effect on very few people. It has no effect on approximately 20%. It will have full effect on the majority of the other 80% and partial effect for the remaining group.
What problems can be helped?
- If you are one of the 80% who are receptive to healing, you can get help for any ailment or problem, both psychological and physical, regardless of what diagnosis you may have been given.
Are there any side effects?
- The active factor in Healing has its own intelligence The energy always strives to restore health and wholesomeness and never does anything to damage the living organism. There are no side effects.
Do you get tired personally?
- No, I don't use my own energy. I act as a medium, a channel for the healing energy.
Do treatments work better earlier in the day than in the afternoon or evening?
- Some people have believed that it was better to come to me early in the day when I was more alert in order to receive more energy but it doesn't make any difference.
Do you have to concentrate?
- No, the energy flows best in quiet surroundings. "Be still my heart, be silent my tongue, the soul speaks in quiet moments."
How often should one receive treatments?
- There is no such thing as an overdose, one can have as many treatments as one wishes. I generally say once a week, but more often if desired. The more frequent the treatments, the quicker it will become obvious if there is any effect and the more rapidly one will be cured. Those who come to me from afar and who must spend the night in hotels, etc often take two treatments each day.
Is treatment during pregnancy advisable?
- Yes, some patients have had positive experiences with treatment during pregnancy. Both delivery and recuperation were easier. Healing also had a positive effect on the fetus.
Can you treat small children and animals?
- Animals and small children are more receptive to healing. They are neutral and have no reservations. Some people are so materialistic and mechanically programmed that they refuse to accept anything they don't understand. This can cause a mental block. The human brain is like a computer - whatever you program into it remains until you re-program it.
What about chronic ailments?
- There can be advantages to treating chronic and so-called incurable diseases by Healing. It may, however, take more time so one must be patient.
Many sceptics say that there is no proof that Healing has any effect. What do you say to that?
- Everyone speaks from his own level of knowledge. There is extensive documentation for those who are truly interested.
Can everyone be a Healer?
- No, not everybody has the ability to be a Healer. And not everyone is suitable for such a task.
Can everyone learn Healing?
- Everyone can learn about the theory of Healing, as with other things. However, Healing is not a therapeutic system. One must be born with the ability if one is to perform Healing with good results. It's like playing the piano, anyone can learn to play but not everyone can be a concert pianist.
I have heard that healers can't help themselves and people close to them. Is this true?
- A healer should be able to help himself and those close to him. Why shouldn't he? But it is not given that a healer can heal himself and loved ones of every problem. The rule here is the same as for al other individuals, 80% are receptive, 20% aren't. That's fate.
Why is it that some people don't get well?
- There can be several reasons for this. The patient and the healer may be incompatible so that it is impossible to create a channel for the healing power. In such cases, one can try several healers. If none of these can help it may be because the situation cannot be rectified or that the patient's karma or fate is so fixed that it cannot be altered.
Does healing work better on young people than on the elderly?
- Animals and small children are more receptive to healing. Older people can be helped but it usually takes more time, more treatments. We tend to collect residue during the years if we neglect "maintenance".
Is it necessary to come to you to stem bleeding?
- No, this is done by remote treatment. Phone me or have someone else contact me.
Do I have to stop taking medication when I come to you?
- No, you don't. Medication is your doctor's responsibility. But you can use your head - in some cases medication can be reduced in accordance with improvement in your condition.
Do you have to hold your hand on the spot where the pain/problem is located?
- The cause and the pain/problem are not necessarily in the same place. The energy flows through the whole body even if I just touch one spot. The active factor in healing has its own intelligence. The energy always tries to restore health and wholesomeness and never harms the living organism.
Why is healing not more recognized by doctors?
- Prestige. Many doctors think they have the patent on truth. They like to say that there is no proof that healing works. The proof is there for those with an open mind. Our opinions are based on our level of knowledge. We can't see the air we breathe either but we don't stop breathing because of that.
There are many healing courses. Is there any point in taking one of these?
- Healing is basically a natural gift and is not based on theoretical knowledge. Healing courses are positive since they give a better understanding of healing and one can learn simple healing techniques. But this is a far cry from starting to practise as a professional healer. Unfortunately, not everybody is concerned about that.
Some people see healing as an easy way to exploit naïve and unknowing people. They can always help alleviate minor problems but they fool a lot of people. Those who aren't helped, think that they have tried healing and aren't receptive. They see, therefore, no reason to approach a serious healer.
Some of these "healers" do this deliberately while others "believe" that they can heal after completing several courses. It's not that simple. If you have hidden healing talents they will reveal themselves as you begin to understand the subject. Unfortunately there are those who get carried away by belief in their own powers.
How can you tell the difference between serious and unserious healers?
- We must be careful not to judge everyone in the same way. Some healers are stronger, others weaker. A recommendation from someone who has been helped by the healer is the best guarantee. Those healers who offer several different kinds of therapy may be unsure of their abilities. In some cases different types of therapy can complement each other but it isn't a good idea to combine too many.
There are people who call themselves healers but who have neither understood the depth of the philosophy of healing nor had enough practice.
Then there are the actual charlatans who know that they can exploit people who are alone or in need. They give themselves all kinds of strange titles, hang up various diplomas from courses they have taken and advertise that they can solve all sorts of problems.
These people abuse healing and give it a bad reputation. Another problem with fake healers is that they put healing in a supernatural category. Healing is not supernatural but is rather a natural process following its own laws.
Patients and their relatives should be critical towards healers who promise cures, who try to influence the patient's choice of treatment or who charge unreasonably high fees.