Three Very Interesting Resources On Distance Healing

I have to begin this post with a confession.

I prefer in-person sessions over distance treatments. I would much rather see my clients face-to-face, talk with them in the same room, and feel the healing energy with my hands.

That being said, I have been very impressed with the benefits my clients have received from our distance healing sessions since sheltering-in-place started. Sometimes I even feel like the distance healing sessions reach deeper into my client’s energy field than the in-person treatments.

Maybe that is because of the accelerated energy of this crazy year. There are new levels of consciousness opening up. Transformation is ever-present. Outdated structures and routines are breaking down daily, and at the same time people are healing themselves faster than I have ever witnessed before.

Distance healing is a great way to support ourselves and each other in these unpredictable times.

Below are three resources on distance healing I found helpful to me.

Click the link below for a brilliant (I mean really, really interesting ) article on remote healing sessions by Tim McConville, BS, HTCP/1. Tim is a certified Healing Touch practitioner/instructor. He is also a Qualified Mentor and instructor for the Mentor Training course in the Healing Touch Program.

My foundational training to be an energetic practitioner was with Healing Touch Program and highly recommend the current online classes.

Tim’s Article: HTP_Remote_Healing_Article_04-2020 PDF


Jeri Lawson has a full-time Healing and Breathwork practice in Oakland, California. She is available Monday through Friday for distance healings as we shelter in place. 


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