Illawarra District, Australia, April 4, 2015.
Secondary Midwayer Chief Bzutu (ABC-22).
Subject: “Criterion for Healing the Sick.”
Message received by George Barnard.
Bzutu: “An almost universally defining characteristic of a succesful distance healer is her ability to see her patient in her mind. Is that correct what I just said? No, it isn’t. It is within the soul-mind that she needs to perceive her patient. To be successful she needs to bring along her empathy, she needs to bring along soul-growth — value that has accumulated over time, not generally acquired in a hurry — and she needs to bring along patience and determination.
“Admittedly, my friends, there are distance healers that perform exceedingly well, yet can’t see diddly-squat when they are about their business. They are the exception, not the rule. A far greater number of top distance healers see their patients well, which brings them more of an ability to feel empathy, which in turn brings them more success, a closer association with their Spirit within and precious soul-growth as a result. Soul-growth is why you live on this rock in space.
“OK! All right! I’m so glad you can almost take this session down without getting up for another coffee. We are up to the lesson about the soul mind doing its work, showing your common mind what there is to see in your far-away patient’s quarters. First, however, let me explain: your budding soul is a copy of what you are, but in another dimension — the morontia dimension. Your soul can hear, see and touch. It can even smell and taste at a distance.
“There is no reason for you or anyone to forego the alerts from your senses when you use a scalpel in a remote location. No reason to refrain from seeing, smelling or, yes, tasting a sample of a medicine or drug lying around to know what specific advice you may put into the patient’s mind. Every physician wants to be as successful as possible and you, too, have the right to no longer be handicapped. Let us consider how you can learn all this.
“The very criterion for healing the sick is imagination, not capability because you all have it. Your imagination — even if it is extreme — will eventually run out. At that point you will be faced with reality. You will be seeing, hearing, touching, smelling and tasting things far away. Under guidance you will be able to draw a scalpel across and cutting just to the right depth to remove a growth that is killing an acquaintance. If for now that doesn’t work, imagine that you can imagine that you imagine that it works.
“Simply start by closing your eyes and imagining a circle. Keep describing it to yourself until it becomes somewhat clearer. Then take a pot of a bright color and a brush and paint your circle green, red or blue or any color you like. Change its shape and keep painting. The reality of what plays out at a distance will someday surface in your mind. It may well take time, but this painless effort pays you dividends. Healing your world rewards you with unbelievable spiritual windfalls.
“I am Secondary Midwayer ABC-22. I say Adieu.”
Edited by Linda Abell.
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