In Wirklichkeit gibt es keine Trennung, außer dem, was der Verstand erschafft und die Emotionen aufrechterhalten.. – Leonard Laskow
You call your work holoenergetic healing. Why holoenergetic?
So the work of healing is to eliminate the illusion of separation and to allow wholeness to emerge.
What exactly do you heal? What is the focus of your work?
So you’ve actually developed a methodology for healing the physical body using imagery and intention. Could you describe how this methodology works?
That’s quite an ambitious undertaking—going back to the source of an illness and transforming it at a basic level. How exactly do you go about it? I understand the process has four distinct stages.
How does this approach differ from others that also work at an energetic level, such as acupuncture or homeopathy?
Let’s get back to the four stages of the holoenergetic process. Could you describe a case in some detail, to illustrate how the process works?
How did the release take place?
What did you yourself do during this final, reformation phase?
You just mentioned the importance of an unconditionally loving field, and of course your book is called Healing With Love. We all have a sense that love can be healing, but there is very little “hard” scientific evidence to prove it. What about the research you mentioned earlier with bacteria and tumor cells? What kinds of effects did your focused, loving energy have on these microorganisms?
What did you find?
This confirms what Carl Simonton has said about the power of imagery to combat cancer.
The water would hold the intention.
Where does love fit into all of this? What is love, in your view, and how is it a healing force?
So resonating at the same frequency and focusing intention is love, even though you’re releasing the form.
I would imagine that love in itself would be healing, even without the intention to change.
The goal of healing, then, is to come into resonance with the Self and ultimately to merge with the Self, which is wholeness.
Do we all have the capacity to be healers of ourselves?
You talked before about taking responsibility for your illness. I think there’s a tendency in new age circles toward what some people have called “new age guilt.” That is, I create my own reality, and if I’m sick it’s my fault, so I need to take the blame. How is taking responsibility for your illness different from taking the rap?
In what sense does a five-year-old girl being raped by her father have responsibility for what is happening to her? Let’s say she decided at that moment that she was inherently worthless, and she has been influenced by that decision from that point on. How does she go about choosing again?
Why must she take responsibility for the pattern before she can release it?