Healing Circles

The concept of the ‘circle’ is an archetype that dates back to the beginnings of our current creation in third dimension:
a cycle of time
time pieces – clocks
the egg
coming full circle
the beginning and the end
geometry of creation – the flower of life – spiraling back to
source – fibernacci – phi ratio-consciousness
the wheel and hub
celestial objects
crystals and jewelry – rings – bracelets – necklaces – many

A healing circle is a group of like-minded people who pray together to give or receive healing or energy work – at a specific time each day. This is a form of ‘distance healing’ as the people/person praying – is not with the person seeking the healing. This type of healing does work. As with all healing – the person receiving the healing has to be ready and willing to accept the healing on all levels of their subtle bodies.

There are thousands of people who are part healing circles for planetary healing. They work through harmonics – tones sent into the grids (crystal bowls, drumming, etc.) at specific power grid points. Simple prayer by the healing circle each day will send a pulse of energy to the grids for healing and raising frequency to a higher pitch – vibration – tone – soul note.

Prayers can be guided for anything needed in the person’s life. They may include: psychospiritual and transformational topics, improved physical health, depression, love, overcoming abuse, & career. There is power in group energy. Thought is received by the grids with a more powerful pulse if send by a larger number of souls.

Many people start their own healing circles. Perhaps you would like to create a circle of your own. Healers – such as those who working with Reiki energies – often create healing circles. You may contact a healing circle if you wish to request healing- prayer for someone.

Humankind has eternally sought inspiration, understanding and healing from stones and circles. Native Americans honor stones as ‘the oldest living relatives’. Shamanism often involves a healing circle.

Jews and Christians alike have gathered near stone tabernacles or stone temples for centuries to worship and seek guidance. The ancient Western European cultures believed that stones in a circle had magical, spiritual and healing properties. The Hindu religion uses a mandala, or sacred circle, for meditation, life direction, and healing. From the statues of Stone Age matriarchal cultures to the ancient pyramids of Egypt or Stonehenge in England, people have turned to stones, circles, and rings of stone for aid in the timeless human struggles with life, growth, and healing.

A healing circle made of stones is based on this ancient and compelling attraction to the circle and to stones. The circle is a symbol present across time in all religions and cultures, for the circle is endless and timeless.The circle suggests an unbroken wholeness in time and space, repeating over and over without end. The cycle of our lives moves in repeated and interwoven circles. Our day moves in a circle, as does our months (moon cycle),and years. The journeys we take in our lives begin at our home base, move away, and circle back.

Plato wrote The soul is a circle. I see the soul as a circular spark of light energy. Have you ever seen circles – sparks of light – moving between dimensions? On several occasions I have stared into someone’s eyes in a dimly lit room to see their past lives
and have gone back as far as their soul spark! Try this exercise sometime. Be patient as it can take time. You can also stand in front of a mirror in dark room place a flashlight beneath your face focus on your eyes the widows to the soul and see your own soul spark!