The Benefit Of Spiritual Healing For Busy People And How To Implement A Healthy And Happy Lifestyle Based On Unconditional Love.
Spiritual healing is a holistically way to heal a person. Each one of us should be able to enjoy a healthy lifestyle focused on wellness and love. My living a wholesome life, sustained through love, we contribute our own unique gifts and qualities for the benefit of all. When we are blocked from our essence (our core nature), we are more susceptible to mental and physical illness. These ‘blockages’ may be caused by a whole host of issues such as work, financial or societal stress, trauma, compulsive thinking, shame and guilt. Holistic treatments can bring the person back to their essence, to their spirit, working with different spiritual healing tools, techniques, teachings, technologies, and methods.
Our spirit is the essence of who we are, any sort of illness, misfortune, shock, stress can affect our spirit to the extent that we lose parts of our being. A person may lose the light in their face, the joy from their life, the energies in their body, the zest for living. Trauma, injuries, wounding, shocking situations are some of the critical events that can have a great impact on our spirit, therefore our health and wellbeing. These sorts of events can live in a person’s memories and DNA for many years unconsciously and subconsciously controlling and affecting the person.
With spiritual healing recalibrate and rebalance a person. It heals the root cause of the issue, and a release of anything that may have become attached or picked up by the person that no longer serves their health and wellbeing. Many of us have busy lifestyle’s and it is important that we access spiritual healing to support and help deal with these stresses. We often see that busy people numb and deny the stress or illness with alcohol, drugs, sex, over working, overeating or even over exercising. Spiritual healing is a holistic technique that can unblock and heal the body.
It is important that a person develops their own compass based on fundamental values and ethics. Healing techniques can support a person to reconnect and remember what it is to seek and feel unconditional love, happiness, health and ultimate wellbeing.
Some Ways to Experience Spiritual Healing:
- Breath work
- Ancestral Healing
- Shamanic Healing
- Energy Healing
- Energy Medicine
It is advisable to work with a trained practitioner/healer in the domain of spiritual healing as they will be able to guide, heal, consult, support, educate, recommend from the many varied spiritual healing modalities, techniques, tools, teachings, and technologies that will be unique to you for your own healing journey.
Health consultations, readings and assessment with a holistic health practitioner such as a High Priestess, Traditional Priests and Priestesses, Traditional Healer, Shaman, Sangoma, Iyanifa, Babalawo, and medicine practitioners can guide and support you on the healing journey to return to health, happiness and wellbeing.
My prayer for you is that you are able to love your perfection and imperfections, and that you live in a place of unconditional love for yourself.
About The Author
Queen Oluwatobilba, is a High Priestess of Ifa and Osun. Olorisa, Medicine Woman, Shaman
My name is Oluwatobiloba, a Yoruba name that means God is great in English. I am a holistic health, wellbeing, healing, spirituality practitioner. My qualifications and background are extensive, see below a sample:
- Initiated High Priestess of Ifa, Osun, Egbe, Obatala, Osun, Egungun from Yorubaland Nigeria.
- Initiated Karpay Medicine Woman from Qero tradition Peru.
- Ongoing learning, explorations, studying, trainings in Shamanism, Ifa & Isese and Natural medicines.
- Sacred Mountain Vision Quester.
- Yoga & Meditation trainings in India, USA, UK 2016 to 2020
- Ashtanga and Vinyasa In-depth Yoga Studies & Teacher Training 200 hours Yoga 2016. Certified Yoga Teacher
- MSc Computer Security and Forensics – DISTINCTION University of Bedfordshire 2013 – 2015
- MSc Advanced Computer Systems Security University of Bath 2010 – 2011
- Mobile and Wireless Computing Upper 2nd class London Metropolitan University 2006 – 2010