TOUCH THE ORIGINAL [Text]
In the blissful act of healing…
With your heart, with your etheric hands, with light and care,
you want to touch the place where distortion started;
you want to reach the Original Cause.
Superficial phenomena might peak your interest,
since they have the ability to transform into a new discomfort,
appearing as health for a tiny moment in time.
The Original Cause of a specific discomfort would most likely be
The closest it can be to the Original cause of it all;
of all that there is.
The original cause of existence.
All distortions start in one place,
It just appears differently in each one of us.
It’s where we accept we are separated from Divinity.
It’s where we are bound to believe we are something other than light and love.
What we need to heal is what we separate ourselves from,
as individuals and as humanity.
Physically, emotionally, and mentally,
our entire being is yearning to live its wholeness.
In other words,
when we’re speaking about touching and healing the original cause,
what we’re speaking of is the art of unifying,
reestablishing a greater, more significant and direct connection to the One, to the Divine.
Plugging into the original cause of everything that exists.
Radically, it might sound very similar to saying
everything that exists in reality is the ‘disease of God’,
as it was all spread and created from it.
And in the same breath, it means
It is not a disease.
It is a ripple in the expansion of Consciousness.
It is an echo of Beauty.
It is an Expression of Love!
Thank you for reading and exploring this with me.
I encourage you to write what you feel separated from
and start your healing process with awareness.
(As part of your healing practice, you can also ask your clients to do the same.)
I also invite you to dive deep into this topic.
In the comments below,
feel free to ask for more elaboration where you feel the need for greater clarity,
I would absolutely love to hear your experience about healing the Original Cause!
P.s – this is 1 out of 3 bright & precious tips- so continue with me to the next post.
Photo credit : Aarón Blanco Tejedor. Thank you!