Describing how I am able to do distance sessions really challenges people’s minds.
Most people have at one point or another had a circumstance in which they said to another individual, “I was just thinking about you” as they have received a phone call or bumped into that individual. That seems simple to people and expected. Usually in that case, the person has thought of the other individual several different times to create that “connection.” It is very similar though rudimentary to what I do.
I relate my distance work to that of when the internet was first created. There was dial-up, it was slow and if you were lucky, you got connected to the internet. How I am able to tune in to people is more like a T-1 line. Once I have asked permission and am allowed, I am “connected.” I typically use a picture of the person, as I am very visual, and call their name. and I ALWAYS ask the person’s permission to work on them first and foremost, especially when I am doing it at another person’s request.
A few years ago, I was sitting in my bedroom on my bed and staring at a picture my girlfriend sent me via text of her son. I had no idea if I could do this, but I asked God for permission and to help me. In my mind I called her child by name and told him that I wanted to work on him.
Earlier that day, I received a call from his mother, and as we were catching up on what had been happening in both of our lives, she told me her son was just diagnosed with RSV, a respiratory illness that can be especially fatal to children.
So there I was sitting there asking my friend’s son for his permission to let me work on him. I was not sure if I “had” him, but I sensed and “felt” this energy kept wanting to bounce up and down. He seemed so happy that I was asking to work on him that he continued to bounce. I had to explain to him that I couldn’t work on him unless he stopped bouncing around. All of a sudden , just as simple as that, I “felt” his energy stop bouncing, and he quickly lied down. He did what I asked of him and I began my treatment which typically lasts almost an hour. As I was working on his body I began to cry, but it was not my sadness I was releasing, I was well aware it is his.
Since this was the first time I had worked on anyone via distance, I wondered if there would be any way I would know when I was done. Then there was a sense of completion, a sense of release that happened that gave me the confidence that we were both done. I felt him at peace. I closed the session by thanking him for allowing me to help him. I always feel that is important, as we are truly equally blessed to give as to receive. I sent his mother a text letting her know that I did get to work on him, but I didn’t get a reply.
I let a week’s time pass and I called his mother. I asked how her son was doing. “Great!” she says, as if I shouldn’t have expected any differently. “Ok,” I say, “I’ve gotta ask you a question, does your son like to bounce a lot?” “Yes.” “Did he poop a lot after the session?” “As a matter of fact, he did! The next day my boyfriend remarked, ‘Oh this is bad.’ and then the next time he said, ‘Oh, this is worse!’ ”
Letting go of the things that have impacted us and are toxic to us usually manifest as a physical letting go. And so some people may feel their body shift, either in reduction of pain, ease of use of their body, or even loosing weight as they release their “heaviness” or “density.” Or as described above, their body physically releases in the form of forcing the person to go to the bathroom. Either way, the individual feels “lighter” as they begin to resonate and recognize their own density and let that go.