What is Spiritual Healing?
Spiritual healing, also sometimes called energy healing, is natural, holistic,
non-invasive and gentle……
Spiritual healing is complimentary to all other therapies and treatments a patient may be receiving. The only requirement by the patient is the desire to receive the healing energies. These energies help to stimulate the self-healing process.
A Healer is trained to ‘channel’ these energies to the patient. It is important to understand that it is not the Healer’s own energy that is used. The Healer is merely the means by which the healing energies travel to the recipient. The Healer acts as a conduit for the energies.
Healing is nondenominational and it is not necessary to believe in, or subscribe to, any religious doctrine or faith; all creeds and faiths are respected.
Healing is entitled ‘spiritual’ or ‘energy’ healing because it uses natural energies available in the universe.
It is important not to confuse it with any religious doctrine. Neither does it have anything to do with ‘faith healing’. The patient is not required to believe in any doctrine, religion or creed. Healing is unconditional, as is the energy which makes this possible.
People under the age of eighteen are defined as ‘children’ by the Children Act of 1989. Consent for treatment of a juvenile rests with those who have parental responsibility for them.
Lucy Copleston is a Full Healer Member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers www.nfsh.org.uk or as it is now known The Healing Trust. It is the oldest established organisation for the training of healers in the United Kingdom.
Lucy has been practicing as a Healer since 2004 when she completed her training and qualified. She gives healing to both human and animal patients in the secluded atmosphere of her garden studio at her home in the Vale of Clwyd, North Wales. By request she will also visit patients in their own home within a 30 mile radius, or when in hospital or hospice.
Banner image – Bodnant Gardens, North Wales