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post #1 of 25
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I was talking to a lady who mentioned in the conversation that she is a clairvoyant and healer. Does anyone here know anything about healing? If so how do you know if you have the ability or potential to be a healer? What does it entail and is it genuine?
post #2 of 25
i believer in it, a lady who i used to work with used to be a healer, and once when i had hurt my ancle, she rubbed this crystal on it and i swear i could walk on it i do believe people have this gift as i have experienced it
post #3 of 25
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Originally Posted by Cilla
I was talking to a lady who mentioned in the conversation that she is a clairvoyant and healer. Does anyone here know anything about healing? If so how do you know if you have the ability or potential to be a healer? What does it entail and is it genuine?
I'm not a healer but I am clairvoyant. Sometimes I can see a death before it happens. I saw Princess Diana's death a week before it even happend. I've seen other deaths too. I always feel guilty afterwards, but what can I do? Death is going to happen no matter what I do. Besides, what could I have done in the case of Diana? I don't live in England and even if I did what could I have said? "Sorry you're about to die"? That's a good way to make someone totally neurotic!

So yes, I believe its genuine because I'm proof that it is. However, in my case I consider it to be more of a curse than a gift. Also, those psychic hotlines on tv ruin it for those of us who are truly gifted. Why? Because the psychics on those lines act like they are never wrong. True clairvoyants and psychics like me aren't always right and don't claim to be.
post #4 of 25
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Thanks Caz and Vinceneilsgirl.

Vinceneilsgirl, are you clairvoyant in other ways beside foreseeing people's death. Do you foresee nicer things for people? Are you able to recognise another clairvoyant? If so do you help each other? In this country Clairvoyants are classed as people who receive messages from people who have passed on. Is this the case in your country?
post #5 of 25
I believe God uses people to heal others, but the power for that comes from him. But that is just what I believe.
post #6 of 25
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Debby I can relate to that.
post #7 of 25
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Originally posted by Debby
I believe God uses people to heal others, but the power for that comes from him.
I can relate to that too. A friend of mine goes to a small church in my town where members of the congregation(sp?) sometimes do something they call "laying on of hands." They call on the power of God when they do this, and they claim to be able to cure people this way, including one lady who had terminal cancer and asked to have hands laid on her. This lady said she suddenly felt a warmth spreading through her during the "laying on of hands." The next day when she went to her scheduled doctor's appointment she was found to be 100% cancer free, and the doctors were completely amazed!
post #8 of 25
My father was a second degree reiki, which is a form of healing. It worked.

Before you ask:

What is Reiki?
post #9 of 25
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Originally Posted by Debby
I believe God uses people to heal others, but the power for that comes from Him. But that is just what I believe.
Well said, Debby. My feelings exactly. I agree that the only powers to heal are from God.
post #10 of 25
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Originally Posted by Debby
I believe God uses people to heal others, but the power for that comes from him. But that is just what I believe.
I also agree with you Debby
post #11 of 25
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Originally Posted by Cilla
Thanks Caz and Vinceneilsgirl.

Vinceneilsgirl, are you clairvoyant in other ways beside foreseeing people's death. Do you foresee nicer things for people? Are you able to recognise another clairvoyant? If so do you help each other? In this country Clairvoyants are classed as people who receive messages from people who have passed on. Is this the case in your country?
Unfortunately, I never see nicer things, although for some people death is what they need...if they are suffering. And yes, I sometimes receive messages in my dreams from those who have passed on.
post #12 of 25
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Originally Posted by Debby
I believe God uses people to heal others, but the power for that comes from him. But that is just what I believe.
I have no doubt that God gave me this power.
post #13 of 25
Vinceneilsgirl, don't look on it as a curse or a power. Look upon it always as a gift from God.

As a bicycle racer, I train hard and fast. One day while training for a race, I came streaking down a hill, never realizing that 2 ladies had stopped their car at the base of the hill to use a cell phone. I never saw the car and slammed into the back of it and through the rear window. My expensive bicycle was cut into 3 pieces. My helmet and gloves saved my head and hands, but my arms and face were shredded. I was helicoptered to the hospital, sewed up with over 60 stitches and released the same night. Early the next morning, my wife put me in front of the TV, but I could see nothing. My eyes were swollen shut. When she left me for the barn, I heard a voice inside my head, " I will never leave you, nor forsake you". I didn't remember anything from that point on until the phone rang at 2:30 PM. It was a coworker wondering how I was doing. When I woke up to answer the phone, I was surprised that the swelling had gone down, and I could see. I know the Lord healed me and protected me. I could have been paralyzed but wasn't. I'm not thouroughly healed in that I must go to a chiropractor, but I can walk and still ride the bike. I was back on a spare bike 2 days after the accident, not riding as fast, but riding. All things can be done through God.
post #14 of 25
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Originally Posted by Lorie D.
I can relate to that too. A friend of mine goes to a small church in my town where members of the congregation(sp?) sometimes do something they call "laying on of hands." They call on the power of God when they do this, and they claim to be able to cure people this way, including one lady who had terminal cancer and asked to have hands laid on her. This lady said she suddenly felt a warmth spreading through her during the "laying on of hands." The next day when she went to her scheduled doctor's appointment she was found to be 100% cancer free, and the doctors were completely amazed!
Lorie, I definately believe in the "laying on of hands". I even have personal experience, although I can't of course remember it...my mom was 46 when she got pregnant with me...this was in 1965 so of course they had no tests like they do now to see if the baby has downs syndrome or not. The doctor didn't think mom should take the chance, since the risks at her age were so great, but she refused to listen. About half way into her pregnancy, the doctor told her that I was dead. There was no heartbeat, she felt no movement anymore, and all the test results showed that the baby was dead. He wanted to of course get me out, but mom again refused. She went home and called the pastor and the elders of the church to come and lay hands on her and pray, which they did. They prayed far into the night. That night after mom went to bed, my older brother who lived a few states away and who had no idea that anything was even wrong (mom hadn't phoned anyone but the church people about this yet) called and said that he had woke up in the middle of the night and felt he was supposed to pray for the babybecause something was wrong. So he said he got down on his knees and prayed and prayed and that God told him that the baby was going to be okay and that it would be a girl. Mom went back to the Doctor and told him to check for the heartbeat again because her baby was alive. The doctor thought she was simply in denial and tried to talk to her, but she kept insisting he check again, so finally, just to appease her, he did. Guess what??? Heartbeat! Strong one at that! From then on he called me the "Miracle baby" and was my doctor as well for several years before he died.
post #15 of 25
Casper...you posted while I was posting, so I just now read it...wow! God does take care us, that's for sure!
post #16 of 25
Debby, once again I am in agreement with you as well your friend's church, Lorie. I could go on and on about the many incidences I have seen the Lord's healing power. One short and sweet story isn't as interesting as Debby's, but I was born 2 months premature and everyone was quite certain I would die, everyone except my Mom and Dad, that is. After much prayer and two months in the hospital, I was released as healthy as could be! I also agree with you, Casper that God certainly watches over us!
post #17 of 25
Cilla, I strongly recommend a very well-researched and credible book called The Beautiful Side of Evil by Johanna Michaelson (sen)? She worked with a psychic healer in the 70's everything she writes about is accurate, truthful and she has TONS of references in her bibliography page. I couldn't put it down and it totally put things like this in perspective.
post #18 of 25
It does me good to hear these stories, and only serves to stengthen my faith...that is to say...we (Christians) believe in healing, but to share the stories of prayer and healing keeps us grounded in our faith, I think.
post #19 of 25
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Casper, that was really beautiful to hear that voice, and here you are relating your story to show that you wasn't forsaken.
Debby, that was amazing, and look what a sweet girl was saved!
DawnofSierra, what a miracle!
Catlover67, thank you so much for passing that book title on. I will certainly look out for that.

I went to church with my late husband one Sunday and the minister told us this:
Joe was an engineer who used to go to church every morning on his way to work. He would go into the church and kneel down, but then he would be lost what to say. So every day he would say "Hello Jesus this is Joe". One day he was knocked down on the road and taken to hospital he was very ill. He woke up in the hospital bed and a man came to the foot of his bed and said "Hello Joe this is Jesus!". I thought it was really beautiful.
post #20 of 25
That's such a beautiful story, Cilla. Thank you!
post #21 of 25
Oh Cilla!!! That brought tears to my eyes! It just goes to show...we may not always know how to talk to God...but he always knows how to listen.
post #22 of 25
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Thanks Dawn and Debby, yes it does go to show He looks at the heart.
post #23 of 25
This story has nothing to do with healing but about the power of God. This incident involves what might have been a dream or the real thing. I'm just not sure. Back in 1978, I was a new Christian and heavy into the martial arts. I ate and slept Karate.

One night while sleeping, I was awakened(dreamed it all?) by a fearsome creature standing over my bed. It had a white head and face with a cavernous mouth filled with huge white fangs. It looked like a roaring lion. I was paralyzed and couldn't move. I could feel its hot breath on my face and hear its roaring. It bodily picked me up from the bed. I could feel it's furry body against my skin. I finally was able to move and broke free. The only weapons I had were my Karate skills. I immediately began punching and kicking at it, but my efforts were futile since my kicks and punches went right through it like I was hitting air. I was "kiing" (Karate yelling) at the top of my voice so that by then, I had awakened the whole house. The next thing I remember is the creature backing away from me very quickly like it was blowing away like smoke, gradually growing smaller as it passed through the closed door. By that time, my parents were by my side. I was standing beside my bed, my eyes wide open, my body bathed in sweat; and I was shaking all over. My parents said they were awakened by my screams of fear and when they heard me utter "God help me", they came a running. I don't even remember asking God to help me, but it must have been what ran that thing away from me. That was the most frightening experience I have had in a lifetime of participating in some dangerous but electrifying sports. I still don't know whether it was real or a dream. My Christian friends didn't look at it as a dream. They thought it may have been a demon trying to possess me. What do you think?
post #24 of 25
That was a wonderful story. The Lord is certainly there to rescue us when we call on His name! Thank you for sharing that!
post #25 of 25
Everytime I re-live that experience, I feel cold chills going up and down my spine. I hate to think about it. It's just too frightening. I don't have nightmares, except for that night, if it was a nightmare.........
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