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Divine Spirit and Energy Healing

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The mind-blowing, super-fantastic physical world and human energy distracts us away from the simplicity of Spirit’s universe, yet Spirit blesses us though we “do not know where it comes from or where it goes.” (John 3:8, ESV) In a world of inaccurate or incomplete beliefs and expectations rushing to develop their power, it is wise earnestly to consider whether it is the human mind or the divine Mind which is influencing you and others. Communication flows from Spirit to us through divine law, not through mystical mediums. The divine law communicates truth, wellbeing, and order to earth and humanity.

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Metaphysical practitioners have to stay clear and focused. After reading the human mind, the response needs to be scientific. A scientific mental method strives for the rights of intelligence and asserts that the one Mind controls body and brain.

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  • http://www.HealingScienceToday.com Cheryl Petersen

    Thank you for your healing hands and thoughts. Your love is precious in the world.

  • http://www.cpal.me Mik

    As one Born and Raised Catholic, as well as Practicing through my 50 years here, I am fully aware of God’s Healing Power thru Jesus, and Me!!!! I was born with what my mother dubbed ‘healing hands’ and have been constatly mindfull of God and Jesus’ part in my Natural Talent. I have a Deep, Driving Desire to Love and Heal People, without regard, and that has been revealed to me as My Life’s Purpose!! I am Constatly Prayerful and minful of this, and it has brought MANY OTHER’s Peace and Healing, thru the Touch God has Given Me!! Blessings and Keep the Faith!!

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