Wednesday, May 15, 2013

I am a qualified Energy Healer!

After two years in healing school and a brief writing interlude, I am a qualified energy healer!!! 

This past weekend I completed a demonstration healing in front of a panel of tutors at school. You would think that a ten minute healing would be a piece of cake, especially after two years of lessons, case studies and practice. But as it turns out, I still had to practice to keep my nerves under control. Last September I went in to heal for the panel and underestimated just how nervous and shaky I would be. It didn't go so well. I missed the clues my intuition sent me and for the first time, I failed an exam. Wait, that's not true. As an eight year old Catholic School student, I got a spectacular ZERO when I failed to memorize the Nicene Creed. (See what I mean here

Anyhooo, I am not going to rehash my first attempt, though you can read about it in my earlier post called The Hanged Man (or Woman?) ... The experience did teach me a few things. First, that everyone makes mistakes and you just have to keep going. I carried on writing my book on Cancer and Self-Healing, carried on with my Reiki trainings and with my volunteering. Eight months later I am not sure the setback made a difference - at least not the way I thought back then. I am really proud of the book I'm about to launch, and I am also grateful for Reiki, which I had the pleasure of learning while my energy healing work was on hold for a few months. 

I also learned that I need to practice a lot, especially where my nerves are concerned. A couple years ago I watched an interview with Will Smith or Jim Carry (can't remember who) and he talked about the work they put in behind the scenes. As a comedic actor, they need to make sure their timing is spot on, the tone is right, etc. So they run through the lines over and over again until they are happy with the result. It helps them find their groove. In my case, practicing also helps keep the jitters at bay. Note taken. 

This weekend I gave myself Reiki before the exam, focusing on my solar plexus (Butterfly Central) and sent healing to the future so that the reiki would keep me calm during the exam. It worked like a charm! I also asked Archangel Michael for help staying grounded. What else ...?  I got a sense that the path my life has taken wouldn't change if I had to take the exam again this fall (though luckily it didn't come to that). I am relieved its over and happy I passed. =)

Funny thing is its all coming together this month: I'm putting the final touches on my book, finishing healing school and completing my Reiki Master. May 2013 turned out to be a very busy month! 

Next on the list, a nice holiday! 








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Regina Chouza is a qualified Energy Healer, Angel Medium and author of Self-Healing, Cancer & Love and Chakra Healing & Magick. A graduate of the School of Intuition & Healing in London, she is developing a new technique that combines natal astrology, energy healing and crystals. Subscribe for an introduction to grounding, clearing and shielding your personal energy HERE.

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2 comments:

  1. Just to state the most important obvious fact.

    ANYONE claiming to be psychic is in one, or both, of only two states.

    1) A CON ARTIST.


    2) MENTALL UNWELL.

    Join the campaign to change the stupid, highly ambiguous laws which condome LEGALISED THEFT!

    Email your M.P. (or gov rep) and request he raises the issue in parliamnet.

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  2. Hi Bob, I appreciate your enthusiasm and the effort it takes to get through the Google Catcha ( a nightmare, I know). Learning to give psychic or intuitive readings is actually a lot of fun and very helpful. I like receiving readings as much as I enjoy reading and they usually help me find my path. I would encourage you to try it out for yourself and see what you get. There's an awesome book by Debra Lynn Katz called Extraordinary Psychic that teaches it. If you try it, you may discover a third group called "Intuitives" Love and Light to You, Regina

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