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You may feel warmth, coldness emanating from the Healer’s hands or perhaps a slight tingling or trembling, or nothing at all. You are likely to feel peace and calm enveloping you as the treatment progresses.
- Have Healing on a regular basis
Realise that very often, Health or Illness is influenced by the mind. Your thoughts can either help or hinder the smooth working of your body. Old grievances, guilt complexes, resentments, fears or other harmful emotions can be the cause of ill health. Try to release them. Forgive those who have upset you. Accept your circumstances without resentment. If you have problems of this nature, discuss them with your Healer or the Group Leader.
No person, Doctor or Healer can guarantee to cure illness and our Code of Conduct forbids us to claim that a cure can be affected. Healing is not a substitute for orthodox medical treatment; it is Complementary. You should continue to consult your Doctor and we would like you to mention that you are receiving Healing. Explain that it stimulates the Natural Self-healing Forces of the body and does not interfere with Medical Treatment. Two further elements of the Code of Conduct relate specifically to the relationship between you and your Doctor:
- A Healer must always ask whether you have consulted a Doctor about your Medical Condition and formally advise you to do so if you have not.
- A Healer is forbidden to Diagnose or Countermand the Advice or Medical Treatment prescribed by your Doctor.
A growing number of Doctors nowadays refer their Clients to a Healer or have them working in their practices. The NHS Client’s Charter will support you if you ask your Doctor to refer you to a Healer. You may request a Healer to visit you in Hospital.