Treating Multiple Sclerosis with Energy Healing
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease from which about 2.5 million people around the world suffer. Sadly, there are about 400,000 cases in the USA alone. Multiple sclerosis results in lesions in the central nervous system. In late stages of the disease it is highly debilitating leaving the sufferer bed ridden, sometimes for many years.
Fortunately, this disease can be healed through energy work. As an example, one lady, who I met as an elderly woman, told me that she had cured herself in her 30’s through visualization.
Here is the exercise to begin to heal multiple sclerosis. It is really easy.
Visualize the healing devas of your body as little boats which travel up and down the spine with each breath. It is actually the breath which moves spinal fluid up and down.
Imagine the little boats going to the areas of the brain where the lesions are, too. The boats are loaded with myelin, an electrically insulating layer that surrounds the nerve cells. As they travel the river of nerves, they stop at the spots where the damage is and off-load piles of myelin to heal those areas. You can even imagine the myelin spreading around protecting the nerve cells.
You will find, through practice, that there is a feeling associated with this particular healing process. Once you are familiar with the feeling, you can reproduce the healing even without the visualization. The important thing is to become skilled at moving the myelin to the parts of the nervous system requiring support.
Additionally, place hands over the heart chakra and send love to this area of the body. Ask the immune system to be gentle and kind to the body. Ask it to protect the nervous system. Then be in stillness. In the stillness, information will come to you from your immune system which reveals the reasons why the multiple sclerosis damage has started in the first place. Knowing the reason will empower you to take concrete action steps in your daily life to repair any damage or heal any situations which are responsible for creating the self-damaging situation in the first place.