Signalling to Dad
Omnes Healing Blog
by Guest Author
1w ago
I am student healer and recently I experienced a moment that you might like to read about. I’m currently on the Omnes Healing Foundation Course and have attended Monday healing sessions since last spring to support me through ongoing cancer treatment. I am really enjoying the course which I mostly use to support myself and stay positive during this time of health challenges. I suppose I would describe myself as “sort-of spiritual”. Into mindfulness and yoga, not too sure about a soul or the existence of God. During the Foundation Course I have not hidden the fact that I listen with c ..read more
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I can SEE through my ears!
Omnes Healing Blog
by Guest Author
1M ago
Hamish, the remarkable border collie born with one eye, has faced an additional challenge as he has grown older – the gradual loss of sight in his only eye. Yet, his resilience knows no bounds, and alongside his adoring owner, Steve, he continues to explore the scenic landscapes of Scotland with unwavering enthusiasm. When confronted with the daunting reality of Hamish’s diminishing vision, Steve embarked on a mission to uncover solutions that would preserve his beloved companion’s quality of life. Through exhaustive research, Steve uncovered a revolutionary device designed to harnes ..read more
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Appreciation … of Water
Omnes Healing Blog
by Su Mason
2M ago
March 22nd 2024 was the annual World Water Day which aims to raise awareness and inspire action to tackle water and sanitation crises.1 This year it focused on the theme, ‘Leveraging Water for Peace.’  In a statement by the European Commission, this is explained: ‘As water scarcity intensifies, increased competition for dwindling freshwater resources threatens stability among and within nations through conflicts, displacement, or migration. And water is also far too often used as a weapon of war.’ 2 When I lived in the West Indies, I developed a healthy appreciation of wat ..read more
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Embracing ‘Niksen’ – The Dutch Art of Doing Nothing
Omnes Healing Blog
by Omnes Healing
3M ago
‘Niksen’ is the Dutch art of consciously doing nothing, a practice which apparently contributes to happiness, productivity and creativity and the Dutch are said to be one of the happiest peoples in the world.1 Niksen is not the same as mindfulness. It doesn’t require you to focus your entire attention on the present moment (which takes concentration and can be tiring for some); neither is it the same as meditation which, for example, requires deliberation on a mantra. Niksen allows you to think (or not) about anything you want. Your mind can just wander. Niksen, n ..read more
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Spiritual Awakenings. Scientists and Academics Describe Their Experiences
Omnes Healing Blog
by Su Mason
6M ago
This content is for members only, please log in to access this post, if you're not a member you must purchase Member (inc insurance), Member (No insurance) or Associate Member. The post Spiritual Awakenings. Scientists and Academics Describe Their Experiences appeared first on Omnes Healing ..read more
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The World Needs YOU!
Omnes Healing Blog
by Su Mason
7M ago
The news is currently full of despair – human misery from wars, economic hardship and climatic disasters. When bombarded by such negativity it can be hard for us to remain positive and we can feel hopeless. As energetic beings in this energetic world, we are bound to feel this misery and it will bring us down too. Right? Wrong. This is not inevitable. We can step up and help, whether Healer Practitioners or not. The world needs us to help redress the negativity and rebalance the energies of our world. By raising the energetic vibration of the world this will help to improve matters for all. We ..read more
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Renaissance Not Retirement! Revealing the Healer Within – Part 3
Omnes Healing Blog
by Guest Author
8M ago
Eureka! Training as a healer with Omnes made everything make sense. Why didn’t I know about the human energy field before?  I was aware of the need to nourish and exercise my body and mind, but totally unaware of the other vital (and most neglected) part of me – my energy system, MY LIFE FORCE. But looking back, I did know about energy, I have actually worked with it all my life.  One of my teaching subjects was Anatomy and Physiology, so I was generally knowledgeable about the human body and its working systems.  Also, as a teacher walking into a classr ..read more
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‘Spiritual but Not Religious’ – Where Do You Go for Guidance and Support?
Omnes Healing Blog
by Su Mason
1y ago
I had an interesting discussion with a Christian Hospital Chaplain recently about differing viewpoints of those who adhere to a religion and those who describe themselves as ‘spiritual but not religious’. It was a long and interesting conversation. One of the many issues we talked about was that if you are interested in a religion, then it is likely that you have somewhere and someone to approach if you have spiritual questions. This is not necessarily the case if you are ‘spiritual but not religious’. There is apparently no obvious place to go for impartial discussion and spiritual developmen ..read more
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A Mysterious Encounter
Omnes Healing Blog
by Guest Author
1y ago
I imagine most people’s image of an angel is a majestic, other-worldly figure with huge white wings – or perhaps the fat baby cherubs of Renaissance art. My own experience was rather more high tech but no less extraordinary. It happened one morning, many years ago now, when I was directing a documentary for ITV. The programme was about people who claimed to have had personal encounters with angels – inevitably a challenging subject for a film since our interviewees had no proof of their experience and for visuals we obviously had to rely on paintings and sculptures. Our first day’s filming was ..read more
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Spiritual Health
Omnes Healing Blog
by Guest Author
1y ago
Holistic health can be described as the well being of mind, body and spirit. Yet what does it mean to be spiritually healthy, and how can it be encouraged? It is a question that has been addressed in many healthcare settings in recent years, and it is something all ‘spiritual’ healers should be knowledgable about. What are the healer’s intentions when healing, and what do they consider to be a successful outcome? A publication,‘ Your Spiritual Health Programme,’* sets out a practical approach for therapists, and for anyone with an interest in spirituality.  The booklet describes spiritual ..read more
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