August 2014

Intuitional Healing

Intuitional Healing and LDT


The use of intuition in healing people is an old and honored tradition. Intuition has always been a trusted tool of healers throughout the history of mankind. Unfortunately it has served both positive and negative goals. When used wisely and for the patient's benefit, it has rendered invaluable service to those requiring healing. On the other hand, when used to serve the con artist or criminal, it can be used against the person who may desperately need healing.

The process of healing (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing) requires a complex series of steps. Using actions which create internal and external changes. These actions repair the body and return it to its prior state of well-being. However any healing we experience also changes the world around us as well. These steps, actions and changes require positive, or "healing," beliefs, a positive atmosphere inside and out and positive physical, mental, emotional and spiritual intention to heal. Without these positive elements healing may be slow, sometimes arbitrary and often less than is desired. Only when these factors are positive, and purposefully directed, do we see healing most favorably facilitated, rapid and most effectively accomplished.

While healing is built into us and genetically mandated as well as part of our Survival Mandate, it can be sabotaged by both internal and external forces that draw off energy away from the desired healing process this misdirect healing energies. Only when we create the most positive milieu can we control the healing process and achieve the most positive end result, the best and most appropriate healing possible.



Result of Negative Energy


Injury or secondary to negative emotions


Conflicted negative and positive emotions

Energy of healing

Blocked Electromagnetic waves, heat, psychic content



Negative Factors

There are many potential negative factors that can block or negatively affect the healing process. We can group them as physical and mental-emotional. Some examples of physical blocks are further injury, reinjury, poor diet or lack of nutrition when necessary, dehydration, infection, or even a foreign body. Some examples of mental-emotional blocks are fear or terror, negative emotions, suicidal thought, faulty belief systems about healing or in fact anything associated with the cause of the illness or injury or the healing process.


Positive Factors

Once again there are many positive factors that favorably affect the healing process. We also have the same two categories, the physical and mental-emotional factors. Some examples of physical facilitators are washing wounds, antibiotics, properly applied, clean dressings, proper nutrition, clean surroundings. Some examples of mental-emotional facilitators are feeling secure, feeling safe, having loving and caring people help and support us, positive feeling and emotions, positive visual and mental imagery, positive psychic energy.


Fear Facilitates Illness

Fear is the strongest negative force affecting illness or injury. When an animal has been injured, the associated fear then has its function. Initially, it appears to encourage healing and therefore promote ultimate survival. Fear can also negatively affect healing, it can cause delay in the body-mind's ability to return to battle, or it can protect the individual. Where fear is strong enough, it can win by causing the individual to turn inside and be unable to return to battle, hence survive future battles. This process was commonly seen during WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Although it is known by many different names (Battle Fatigue, Shell Shock, Post Traumatic Syndrome, Cowardice) the common factor is overwhelming fear and delayed healing. Please be assured we are not suggesting that either battle fatigue, Shell Shock or Post Traumatic Syndrome are forms of cowardice, rather that they share two similar factors fear and negative thinking.


Psychic Energy

These positive and negative emotions often radiate out of us and are picked up by others around us. These emotions radiate out through a process we can think of as "psychic energy." Psychic energy takes the form of waves of energy which radiate out from the person. This energy is created by a combination of our emotions and our thoughts. They can be positive, negative, ambivalent and neutral. That is, they can convey a myriad of emotion and psychic content. Psychic energy is created and radiated below our level of awareness of its existence. Therefore, we generally have little if any control over it. It is often related to the emotional content created by what is happening in the moment, but is also a product of our unresolved conflicts. Especially those that are strong enough to cause illness or to threaten to our survival.

While it is possible to hide all of these positive and negative emotions, psychic energy, conflict, ambivalence and intention from ourselves, it is not always possible, or even desirable, to hide them from others nor the world around us.

As a result we are so involved with the illness process, this psychic, emotionally positive, negative or ambivalent, energy leaks out of us. Sometimes we broadcast it out. This is possibly a result of the intense emotions involved in a specific situation or even our subconscious way of drawing in positive supportive energy or help from loved ones, friends and even healers.

One could call this, a "cry for help." It could also be looked at as an automatic warning beacon. One which our body-mind sends out knowing that among us are those who can heal or at least help us.

This psychic energy can be perceived by people who are able to tune into it. We call these people, "receivers." The person from whom the psychic energy is radiated is the "transmitter" or the "sender." When the psychic energy is picked up by a healer, the healer becomes the receiver. The message sent is the "cry for help." This is usually an emergency beacon sent out to draw the healer to the sender before their illness, injury, crises or conflict reaches a place of irreversibility. Once the condition reaches a state of irreversibility, complete healing may no longer be possible.

As a physician, thousands of times I have heard, felt, and experienced such "cries for help." In the early years of my practice, I had no sense of what I was experiencing and so I ignored it. I learned, to a great degree, to turn off the emotional content of the messages I received from my patients. Many doctors do this. Unfortunately Western medical training gives them no choice as it is often part of their training to tune out everything but the physical signs and symptoms of illness.

These emotional messages greatly complicate the "scientific practice" of medicine. How can you be scientific, rely on physical examinations, lab tests, and do surgery, if you are receiving psychic messages of "help me!" or even more confusing, "I'm so terrified!" "I feel so ashamed!" "I'm so guilty!" "I have sinned!" "I'm such a bad person!" The most difficult messages we may receive are thoughts or feeling the patient is entirely unaware of. Things such as, "I hate my life," "there is no joy (sweetness) in my life," or "I want to die!" when the patient is sitting directly across from you telling you that they really are watching their diet and that they have absolutely no idea why their diabetes (or their life itself) is entirely out of control or why they are 50 lbs. or more overweight.

Instead more safely for me (as it is for most doctors), I merely believed that my patients came to me because they were referred to me. They became my patients and I did my medical best to help them in what I thought (at that time) was a most caring and professional way. I was a good doctor, they were sick and I could only help them if I remained true to traditional Western medicine's holy of holies, "the scientific approach." I helped them the best I could, and they, to prove I was a good doctor, then referred their friends and family to me, because I was scientific and because they liked me.

As time went by, I began to have a sense that just about every person I saw, patient or person on the street, was in someway calling out me, probably more accurately was sending out messages and trying to communicate with me. I also learned how to shut this off and ignore it completely.

I learned that most of us are rather quick to allow the positive impressions in, so when we meet someone on the street who gives off positive psychic energy - we greet them positively - we feel good. We might even say something like, "She brightens my day!" or "What a nice person!" Or even, "I enjoy being around him!" Often our undirected sensors only see or experience the positive of the situation. We have filters which we have, early in childhood, learned to filter out everything negative, that we can.

Other times, however, we may meet a person who radiates such strong negative psychic energy or conflict of some sort, that our filters fail us. We might think to our self, "He is such a downer!" Or "I have a bad feeling about her!" or even, "That child is disturbed!" We feel and experience such strong negative energy from them that it stands out.

The important fact is that we all experience positive and negative feelings and psychic energy from just about everyone around us, but most of us have only learned to tune them out. Few of us learn how to use these impressions positively or to tune into them and get to understand what is happening.

As I studied healing in different cultures, I learned to recognize these positive and negative energies or psychic pleas for help. I soon began to feel the sense of conflict from my patients and later, with some training, I was able to begin to form impressions about the cause and nature of these conflicts. Gradually, with more experience, (and using the information the client provides during their medical histories, the way they tell their story, what they say, their body postures and body language) and using many other sources we can soon recognize what their conflicts are and how we can help them to resolve them.


The Process of Conflict and Cause

No conflict occurs without a cause. When there is no conflict, the spirit, mind and body are either at rest or in a state of comfort or peace, or growing. When the mind, body, emotions and spirit are at rest there is little negative and more likely extremely positive energy flowing out of them. There may be some positive energy but often the feeling one experiences is a neutral feeling of sorts. Ambivalence is like this in some ways but differs in that you sense a feeling of some confusion or indecision. Not necessarily very strong, but still present.

Positive energy is more or less self explanatory. We have all experienced what is commonly referred to as, "good vibes." Negative energy, can also be simply described as, "bad vibes." However, negative energy is generally more complex and we may feel anger, hate, rigidity, frustration, or other negative feelings.

The specific cause of a conflict can be either real or imagined. For example, a car coming at you on a direct collision course is a real threat. On the ether hand, many other fears such as fear of failure or anger at people in general are more often generated by imaginary situations or possibly more correctly, non-life threatening fears. They may in fact have little or no real basis in fact.

Underlying every conflict, real or imagined is a set of beliefs, decisions, guilt, fear or anger. After talking with thousands of patients my body-mind began to tune into as much of what was not being said as what was actually said. I began recognizing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual symptoms which were clues to the patient's physical, mental, emotional and spiritual conflict.

Interestingly enough, over the years, patterns began to develop. Certain symptoms directed my attention to certain types of conflicts. Specific illnesses clearly appeared to be caused by specific conflicts and could be resolved with resolving those conflicts which appeared to cause them.

This process of faulty belief systems, lies, guilt, shame, faulty behavior, and lifestyle operated to cause specific types of conflicts, these conflicts caused certain types of symptoms which were soon recognizable as messages from the body-mind communicating that a specific type of conflict existed. Soon the relationships between these conflicts, their symptoms and illness patterns became increasingly obvious.

This then becomes a language. When listened to and sensed correctly, these impressions direct the healer to the types of questions needed to close in on the conflict and recognize why they existed. This then allows the healer to "see" and "feel" what is needed to promote healing.

Since this language is not written, spoken or published (yet), there is no easy way to communicate its rules and laws. This is what I am attempting to do in this paper. Hence, we must think of this language as intuitional, in that it is felt more than communicated outwardly.

On the outside, it may look and sound questionable to those unschooled in understanding this process. It can even look like magic or extrasensory perception. In fact, however, it is none of this, it is years and years of experience, of being able, like a good detective, to read the clues and make sense of them. This works along with directed medical questions, to rule in and out certain informative assumptions and pictures. These then assist the healer in homing in on the specific illness process and thus deciding what to do about them.


Can It Be Wrong?

This process is not foolproof. The healer can be wrong. Clues can be misread. Impressions can be faulty.

Psychic messages can be confused within the patient and sent for deep hidden reasons conflicts can be disguised and the subconscious, not trusting us, can send faulty messages to accomplish its own hidden goals.

This is the reason for the questions and answers, medical history, physical examination as well as trial and error. These are also the reasons that techniques and tools, such as dialoging, journaling, meditation, relaxation exercises and others, are used to distract, free up, open up and create trust between the client and his or her subconscious mind.

The healer should always respect their first impression, but should also always strive to support any and all theory with fact and real, hard evidence. Fortunately, this is rather easy to do because in the sick person the calls are often very loud and easy to be heard.


How Accurate is Intuitional Medicine (LDT)?

I have often been asked how accurate I am. The answer is, "Considerably more often that one would expect for strictly random guessing."

As I said earlier this is a skill and its accuracy improves with three variables: 1) number of times the skill is used, 2) willingness to make commitment on my part to the process, 3) willingness on the part of the patient/client to commit to working with me.

If one party or the other is less committed, non-believing or withholding the accuracy falls.


What If I Am Wrong?

Intuition is always only a theory. It can never be thought of as a fact nor can it strictly control treatment or serious decisions. This is where medicine and intuition blend.

In the early twentieth century, the great physicians who formed the basis of modern medicine, talked of a quality which they often possessed and most other physicians tried (sometimes unsuccessfully) to emulate called, "clinical acumen." These physicians were often referred to as the great "Diagnosticians." In a time before x-rays, blood tests, CT Scans, MRI's, etc. physicians had to rely on their instincts, sense of human nature, clinical experience and their intuition, to make the hard diagnoses. Their knowledge (as limited as it might have been compared to today's body of knowledge) was vast in intuition and medical acumen. They used this medical acumen to come up with the very best answers and were revered and studied because of their ability.

I believe today we can add the descriptive terminology to what they did as, "intuitive" medicine. Like Sherlock Holmes, no hunch or intuition was an orphan, they are all parented by experience, fact, physical findings, clinical experience, skill and willingness to commit to what you believe and know.



A true intuitive healer operates from their experience reading psychic energy, body language, facial expressions and his or her past experience. They are not mind readers nor do they use extrasensory information. The language of illness is relatively easy to read for one who has years of experience.

The excellent healer never entirely trusts his or her intuition with the client's life or well-being. Instead they use it to find clues. Then using the scientific medical processes to back it up, supporting or rejecting formal diagnoses.

While the intuitive healer can be wrong and make mistakes they have learned to use these mistakes positively. They do not take risks nor to endanger their client. They learn from each experience and use the information they have received to look for and find unresolved conflicts and treatments that will ultimately work for all of their clients.