Every healing has a Story - Flipbook - Page 58
This healing is so subtle, yet so drastic, it is very difficult to explain.
I have been stuck/ experiencing a vicious cycle of pain, panic,
anxiety for so long that “I” “Me” has been lost in all of that for such
a long time that I keep thinking and feeling like “I am back!” I have
the ability to not panic. This is a miracle for me. Life transforming
for certain. The future looks very bright!”
Group insight from the L.A. healing event
“On the other side of the room, Zoran works on a young woman whose hands are shaking uncontrollably. Like attracted by a
magnet, her body moves slowly towards Zoran‘s hands.
Unseen ties seem to lift her head, shoulders and chest and she
steps into the open space following her stretched arms. Her
hands are steady. No tremor. She bursts into tears, dancing and
waving her hands in the air, for all of us to see.
In the following two days, moments like the one described above
multiply. The energy in the room becomes nurturing and stable.
People talk to each other, exchange impressions and compliment
each other‘s signs of improvement. The lack of privacy of the
treatment space becomes a huge benefit. Emotionally, we participate to each other‘s healing. We become an inseparable part of
this energy field that supports and unites us.
At the end of the third or forth session, D., a woman in her mid
fifties who came from Sacramento, starts dancing. It was one
of her dreams, after she was diagnosed with Parkinson‘s. She
moves gently through the space, enjoying her flexibility and
It was only a day or two ago when she told me how embarrassed
she felt for being ill. There is no discomfort in her dance now.
Something magical has been awakened in her. Maybe self-confidence. Maybe hope. She seems ready to become her own healer.
Later on, I watch K. who only two days ago was totally immobilized in her wheelchair like in a cage. The caretaker who accompanied her was lifting her legs, one by one, to move them from
one uncomfortable position to another. And here she is now,
after the fifth or sixth session, smiling and rubbing her palms