As our journey of exploring the intricate art of energy healing and our responsibilities as healers begins, you are urged to remember that the more you grow, the more you will gain from this information. You may, therefore, wish to return to it periodically and re-read portions of it that new layers may reveal themselves to you.
Whether the techniques have a mild or profound effect on those who come to you for assistance will depend largely on how well you have internalized the qualities given in the Belvaspata section. Do not heal for the sake of results, so that you can remain unencumbered by the weight of self-reflection. However, you will become more and more aware of how healing frequencies respond to you. This, like the acquisition of any other skill, will grow with practice. The techniques provided give you something to practice with. The illusion of disease comes in an instant and so can healing, but knowing what to heal and asking the right questions in giving your client guidance is a product of humility; an openness to receiving information and of practice.
It is recommended that beginning healers form free healing circles as their time is available (evenings and weekends, perhaps) to develop the skill levels necessary for working with clients. Recognition of the divinity of those who come for assistance, as well as a deep and abiding compassion, can make even a first-timer highly effective. Always be sure you are not in a state of emotional duress and that you have had sufficient food and water. Take time to establish a sacred space and to cleanse it after each client. The work you are doing is holy in that it removes the filters that block the passage of light. Treat your healing room as worship space. Make sure that when your client leaves, they do not encounter disruptive or hostile emotions from others in the building, since they will be wide open and highly sensitive.
We urge healers to study and abide by the laws of the state in which they reside. In many states it is illegal to say, “I heal” and healers have to call themselves healing facilitators. In others it is illegal to touch another person unless you are licensed to do so. A minister’s license will enable you to do so legally. They are easy to obtain and can be kept current at little cost. Even though there are homeopathics strong enough to heal disease, it may be necessary to represent them as facilitating healing or as nutritional aids.