Healing and teaching are two sides of the same coin – one cannot be done without the other. If one is not healed, new knowledge cannot be assimilated successfully, and requires healing. The remarkable aspect to learning and healing is that it can be so painstaking and tedious. For long periods nothing seems to happen, and it is here that strength of patience and faith in one’s own abilities is so important. Everything is inner-led; looking for external cues results in failure. The development of the Stoic Nature is very important, but that does not mean that emotions are suppressed. Far from it.
Distance healing means that the healer is not in the same room as the patient. Some people think this is a problem, but when the healer is as powerful as Pundit Joshi or Sufi Noor Allah, distance is never a problem.
Healing can be done from a distance – what is required is the willingness for the patient not just to be healed, but to move further in the spiritual work that we are all here to undergo in this life.
The healing works at so many levels that it is difficult to define. I have had to deal with spirit intrusions, haunting, black magic, mistakes in previous lives, the list goes on. What is difficult to say at the start of any healing how the healing will progress, and what techniques to use. Sometimes the techniques are related to the culture or belief system of the area, or patient. Many of the techniques are secret, while I think a new method has to be used to help the patient. The result is an out-flowing of knowledge and revelation for patient and healer.