Healing with Divine Light Energy
When someone asks for healing, they come with faith to be healed. The energy of divine light and love can be harnessed by people who are enlightened and who have dedicated their lives to healing. This power comes from God and is a mental power to increase the frequency of vibration of the cells and mind-thought. By faith and meditation, one can call into operation the unlimited power of God for healing the mind and body and for awakening the potential in the soul.
Masters have demonstrated this for centuries. The healer has developed an ability to direct consciously the energy of love or God power, which sustains all life. The life force is charged by the healer to enter the patient and is directed through the hands in potent rays of energy. The body lives in an energy of vibratory power.
When illness develops, there is some force that is depleted, and needs to be recharged, rejuvenated. The mental power to heal can be developed by anyone wanting to do so, but the inner work of transformation and release of fear must coincide with the work. An unhealed healer is like an untrained mind. Its effectiveness is directly proportionate to the power of the will of the healer. The life force is intelligent but can be diminished by the weak ego-identified mind of the healer.
One who is awake and knows himself can work miracles through the life-force as Jesus and the great masters have demonstrated. Masters describe this in their writings which are now readily available to anyone wanting to truly know how to heal as this passage shows from Paramahansa Yogananda.
“Spinal adjustments and massage are effective promoters of healing for they release obstructed life force to carry out its function as the sure healer of physical diseases. Yoga exercises, the postures or asanas of Hatha Yoga, are an excellent means of adjusting the spinal vertebrae to release the pressure on the spinal nerves and bring about the normal flow of life force in the nervous system, promoting healing of many diseases.”
From Paramanhansa Yogandanda, The Second Coming of Christ, vol.1, Discourse 25, pp 417