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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - PATIENT

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Healing, 604:with the corresponding center in the patient's body is established; this is done, not by the healerHealing, 604:healer's center evokes response from that of the patient; it acts like a magnet, drawing forth aHealing, 604:drawing forth a definite radiation from the patient. This radiation, esoterically, "lights up" theHealing, 605:is now established between the healer and the patient and upon etheric levels. The energy of theirHealing, 605:one. He has therefore to ascertain whether the patient's center is over-stimulated and if some ofHealing, 605:balance of energies (between the healer and the patient) which will hold the energy in the area ofHealing, 605:is possible only when the rapport between the patient and the healer is complete. Then the soleHealing, 605:healer is to hold the situation steady, give the patient confidence in the powers inherent withinHealing, 605:inherent within him, and encourage a period of patient waiting. The cure then is more lasting, andHealing, 606:For definite processes of stimulation of the patient's centers. To preserve a state of equilibriumHealing, 606:and abstracts the over-supply of energy in the patient's center; in the second case, the healerHealing, 606:own energy into the corresponding center in the patient's body. This is an act of radiation and isHealing, 606:It is better to have no effect upon the patient and his condition than by the potency of one'sHealing, 606:and the focus of one's direction, to hasten the patient's death by the sudden abstraction of neededHealing, 606:the aim in the three modes of aiding the patient by direct work with the centers involved, is toHealing, 607:seven major [607] centers. In these cases, the patient can far more easily be helped by orthodoxHealing, 607:which controls the point of friction in the patient's body - is responsible for the healing,Healing, 607:the healing, providing it is the destiny of the patient to be healed. Healing, 618:in the last analysis, between the healer and the patient, between the center and the dense physicalHealing, 624:able, for instance, to convey to a center in the patient's body, or all abstraction of energy fromHealing, 627:[627] to the allied center in the body of the patient and from thence into the blood stream, viaHealing, 627:structure which underlies every part of the patient's body. This clearance is not brought about byHealing, 627:desired results, but the energy poured into the patient's vehicle is not mental energy, but one ofHealing, 630:falls back on the general assumption that the patient is sick, that the seat of the trouble appearsHealing, 630:or such an area of the physical body, that the patient complains of certain pains and aches, andHealing, 630:of certain pains and aches, and that if the patient can be rendered acquiescent enough, [631] if heHealing, 631:usually to note is the ignorance of both the patient and the healer; the thing to be deplored isHealing, 631:to the healing methods followed, whereas the patient would, in all probability, have recovered inHealing, 631:faith, and faith is simply the focusing of the patient's energy in line with the injunction of theHealing, 631:of the two people involved - the healer and the patient - occultly and occasionally producesHealing, 631:directing energy. The healer's faith and the patient's faith are both examples of energy in motion,Healing, 632:supplementing its orthodox methods with the patient's faith in the physician and in his scientificHealing, 642:can he pour the vital healing force upon the patient. This is magnetic work. It cures [643] diseaseHealing, 643:Thus can his presence feed the soul life of the patient. This is the work of radiation. The handsHealing, 643:are needed not. The soul displays its power. The patient's soul responds through the response ofHealing, 643:evolution of the healer. Again, in one case the patient's physical body is the objective of theHealing, 643:the healing art, whilst in the other it is the patient's soul which feels the effect of the healingHealing, 643:forth again into the appropriate center in the patient's body, but this time through theHealing, 643:but this time through the stimulation of the patient's aura controlled by the patient's soul. TheHealing, 643:of the patient's aura controlled by the patient's soul. The two types of energy are of a widelyHealing, 644:prana can pour into the vital body of the patient. The healer who works on a higher level, andHealing, 644:and necessarily therefore with a higher type of patient; he uses the energy of his ownHealing, 644:thereby radiates it forth into the soul of the patient, via both of the auras. The healer who canHealing, 644:affirmation, modes of prayer, stimulation of the patient's will-to-live, and occasionally the useHealing, 644:only the vague faith of the healer and of the patient and a blind autosuggestion [645] as to whatHealing, 645:to be appropriated and held by the mind of the patient. The etheric body is physical in nature, andHealing, 645:by the healer who is greatly aided if the patient accepts them also: There is no reality inHealing, 645:this etheric body, those of the healer and the patient are integral, intrinsic parts. There is anHealing, 645:the healer's etheric body and that of the patient, which can be used when once contact has beenHealing, 645:of energy, transmitted by the healer to the patient. In this fact lies both hope and danger. ThereHealing, 646:it so violently into the etheric body of the patient that he may do far more harm than good. OnlyHealing, 648:can he pour the vital healing force upon the patient. This is the technique of the lowest type ofHealing, 648:the directed energy can reach that area in the patient's body where the seat of the trouble is toHealing, 648:is to be found. He passes the energy into the patient's approximate center which governs theHealing, 649:part of the abdomen, chest or head in which the patient complains of distress. They are held inHealing, 649:action of his hands) through the center in the patient's body controlling the distressed area, andHealing, 650:hands through the medium of the center in the patient's body nearest to the seat of trouble, butHealing, 650:to the direct act of laying on of hands upon the patient's physical body, and not to the action ofHealing, 650:hands are immersed in the etheric body of the patient and are definitely working in etheric matter.Healing, 652:the case of radiatory healing, the soul of the patient is working in cooperation with the healerHealing, 652:the healer needs to cooperate closely with the patient's physician or surgeon dealing with theHealing, 652:condition, but will nevertheless be aiding the patient by hastening normally the act of dying. TheHealing, 652:on the part of both healer and doctor, where the patient is concerned, this remaining time will beHealing, 652:this remaining time will be employed (if the patient's faculties permit) with due preparation forHealing, 653:and happy withdrawal" of the soul; the [653] patient's family and friends will share in theHealing, 653:The magnetic work, however, will cure if the patient's destiny indicates it, if the soul intends toHealing, 653:in order to fulfil some duty, or if the patient is very far advanced spiritually and the HierarchyHealing, 653:just been considering. In radiatory healing, the patient (either consciously or unconsciously) isHealing, 653:basic premise in radiatory healing is that the patient is a person who has, at least to someHealing, 653:establish a firm relation with the soul of the patient. When the patient is conscious and able toHealing, 653:relation with the soul of the patient. When the patient is conscious and able to cooperate, theHealing, 653:to the one who needs his assistance. When the patient is unconscious, even that provides no realHealing, 653:provided the healer can bring his soul and the patient's soul into relationship; in [654] fact inHealing, 654:fact in some cases the unconsciousness of the patient can be a help, for too earnest, emphatic andHealing, 654:must be permitted in the work being done by the patient's soul, set in motion by the aid of theHealing, 655:is no physical contact of any kind with the patient. The result is a constant circulation of forceHealing, 655:all its radiation turned in the direction of the patient. By this means the healing force of theHealing, 655:all the three personality vehicles of the patient; the patient's soul is aided in the work it hasHealing, 655:three personality vehicles of the patient; the patient's soul is aided in the work it has to do.Healing, 655:find it necessary to stand at that side of the patient in which the trouble is located, so that theHealing, 655:way, but not the most effective. Where the patient's vitality is strong, he [656] should lie on theHealing, 656:the side, and the healer should stand behind the patient so that the energy pouring through, whichHealing, 656:his aura with soul energy, may affect the patient's aura and thus facilitate the entry of theHealing, 656:to the center or centers needed. Where the patient is very highly developed, the healer shouldHealing, 656:highly developed, the healer should stand at the patient's head. His personal effect is not then soHealing, 656:matter because it is not needed; the soul of the patient will be adequate to the task. All that isHealing, 656:aura of the healer, blending with that of the patient, creates a zone of quiet rhythmic activityHealing, 656:and the healer must on no account touch the patient. The situation is summed up for us in theHealing, 656:"Thus can his presence feed the soul life of the patient. This is the work of radiation. The handsHealing, 656:high vibration; by its means the soul of the patient can work more easily. An initiate, if present,Healing, 656:down through the energized bodies of the patient's personality into the center nearest to the areaHealing, 656:is also directed. The mental attitude of the patient is strengthened and clarified by the mentalHealing, 656:effect upon the corresponding aspects of the patient's aura. [657] Radiatory healing is broughtHealing, 657:soul) is then directed towards some area of the patient's physical body. This produces a tremendousHealing, 657:contact and then reached out and contacted the patient's soul. This he could do because he knowsHealing, 657:rule, therefore, concludes with the words: "The patient's soul responds through the response of hisHealing, 657:for a moment) has been reached. The soul of the patient recognizes this unity by the "occultHealing, 657:effort towards the area of disease in the patient's body. You can see, therefore, that -Healing, 657:of dying. When it becomes evident that it is the patient's destiny to die, the technique of theHealing, 658:somewhat. He [658] then takes his place at the patient's head, and from that point deflects all his
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