What Is Healing?

Spiritual Healing is a natural energy therapy. It complements conventional medicine by treating the whole person - mind, body and spirit. Spiritual Healers act as a conduit for healing energy, often described as 'love and light' which relaxes the body, releases tensions and stimulates self-healing. The benefits of healing can be felt on many levels, not just the physical, and the effects can be profound.

Isn't it Faith Healing? What's the difference?
No. Spiritual Healing is not Faith Healing. The term 'Faith Healing' implies that the recipient needs to believe in a deity and that that deity is the source of healing. Spiritual Healing is not linked to a particular religion. Faith by the patient is not required and healing can help people regardless of their religious beliefs.

Where does this 'energy' come from? Healing energy is all around us. In essence it is 'universal' - part of nature itself. It is available for everyone to use for the greatest good. Healers learn to use their ability to tap into this natural energy and pass it on.

Depending upon their individual beliefs some healers and recipients see the energy as divine; others see it as pure universal energy. It is often visualised as simply 'love and light'.

Are Spiritual Healers properly trained? How are we regulated? Our healers complete a two-year comprehensive programme of training, practise and development as Student Members before they are eligible to be considered for Healer Membership.

(NFSH definition)

What happens during a session?

The client will explain their needs, and then be asked to relax on the healing couch or chair. During healing the client may feel, warmth, heat or tingling, but in nearly all cases a sense of deep relaxation. Some clients feel a great release of emotion or pain or burden, and will often report a sense of upliftment.