Natural Spiritual Healing Course

Natural Spiritual Healing Courses at SRMHCNatural Spiritual Healing is the primary therapy. Historically healing has been spoken of as the invoking of God or of the spirit within the person. During society’s development healing has been taken for granted, while the emphasis has been placed upon drugs, herbs, manipulations or other therapeutic interventions. Now it is the time that we should once again work directly, in a scientific way, with the fundamental power of healing.

For this work the highest training is needed. Firstly, the future practitioner must have a mature outlook on life, be committed to their own spiritual progress, and desire to play their part in bringing more light, love and understanding to all they contact. This is the training given by life itself. Secondly, there must be the knowledge of how to let the healing power work through one for the benefit of all without any hindrance by, or manipulation from the practitioner. And thirdly, there must be an understanding of how imbalance leads to disease, how healing may take place and the many ways that a person is supported in this process.

The Self Realization Meditation Healing Centre is a professional training college and has trained students in the rapidly developing science and art of Healing for many years.

The Course is divided into separate graded modules, consisting of five weeks over approximately 18 months, including an independent assessment. Upon successful completion, a Diploma is awarded entitling the qualified healer to use the following after their name, for professional purposes: DipNSpH.

Please contact us for the dates of the next intake:  604 740-0898.  info@selfrealizationcentrecanada.com or click here for our Course Program.


Outline of subjects covered in this Course:

1. Qualities needed to be a healer

2. Theory of Healing:

a. What Healing is.
b. How a Healer uses healing energy.
c. History of Healing.
d. Healing, promotion of health & prevention of illness.
e. Winged Prayer.

3. Energy Bodies:

a. Physical – Emotional – Causal.
b. Auras.
c. Vortices.
d. Meridians.
e. Flow of life’s energy.
f. Healing

4. Special Patients and Healing:

a. Children & Babies.
b. Pregnant Women.
c. Emotional or Mentally unstable people, including those affected by drugs.  Reactions, Illness & How Energy Blocks Clear.

5. Practical work:

a. Healing Movements.
b. General.
c. Specific.
d. Care of patient during healing.
e. Healing practise.
f. Ongoing appraisal and feedback.
g. Body & posture awareness for the healer.

6. Consultations ~ this is not counselling:

a. Purpose and theory.
b. Practise.
c. Ongoing appraisal and feedback.

7. Advice to Patients:

a. Homework.
b. Diet & Nutrition (basic).
c. Breathing Exercises.
d. Enhancing of healing.
e. Relaxation.
f. Aura Cleansing.
g. Energy care.
h. Exercise – general.
i. Visualization & Relaxation.
j. Affirmations

8. Spiritual Knowledge Essential to Healers:

a. Karma & Reincarnation in relation to healing.
b. Cosmology and the Evolution of Humanity.
c. Meditation and its benefits.
d. Kundalini: its uses & dangers.
e. Understanding the difference between psychic and spiritual.
f. Awareness of Psychic Energy and its dangers.
g. Birth & Death in relation to Healing.

9. Care of Healers’ Energy:

a. Realization & Mastery of Self.
b. Working to be rid of Ego.
c. Emotions in relation to healing – how to be in charge.
d. Breathing Exercises.
e. Preparation & Attunement.
f. Covering over & Protection.
g. Structure of healing day.
h. Influences to avoid.
i. Food, diet and healing.
j. Sexual Energy.

10. Professionalism and Administration:

a. Ethics & the Law.
b. Code of Conduct.
c. Insurance.
d. Ethics of healer/patient relationship.
e. Healer/patient boundaries.
f. People not to treat.
g. Relationships with other Practitioners and the Medical Profession.
h. Establishing a Practice.
i. Confidentiality.
j. Presentation.
k. Record keeping.
l. Advertising.

11. Biology:

All taught as a co-ordinated topic and in relation to both Western Science and the Holistic Energy model.

a. Anatomy – of the major systems of the body.
b. Physiology – of the major systems of the body.
c. Biology of Disease.
d. Drugs.

12. Other Complementary Therapies ~ including:

a. Acupuncture.
b. Homoeopathy.
c. Herbalism.
d. Psychotherapy.
e. Counselling.
f. Their relation to healing.

13. Students progress review: individual tutorials.

a. Theory.
b. Healing practice.
c. Consultation practice.
d. Ongoing support & advice.


Individual guidance for students is an important part of the Course structure, to bring forward and nurture their development. We recommend that students come for regular Healing Refreshers to aid their development.

Advanced Healing Courses are held to further develop these skills, and are offered to students who have reached a level of proficiency in their Healing Practice.

In-depth Pure Meditation and Progressive Counselling Courses are also offered. We see Meditation as an essential part of a healer’s training. Progressive Counselling complements the practice of Natural Spiritual Healing and works alongside it, and is recommended as a separate module.

The Self Realization Meditation Healing Centre is committed to providing the best possible Healer Training and as such is always reviewing the current state of the profession and the needs of the patients and healers in this changing society.

We are in touch with the developments of national and international certification qualifications for healers in the countries in which we teach. The courses we are offer are kept up to or in excess of any expected standards, so that when the standards are ratified and qualification awarded, the Centre intends to be able to have its students achieving these qualifications without needing extra tuition.

> See our Course Program for dates of the next intake.

 

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