Question: “Can you speak a little more on healing having an end point? It’s such a fascinating concept.”
The word ‘healing’ for me means to return to the person, and the state of being/vibration, you were intended to be.
Which, as a soul being, that person and state of being is Love Frequency. We are made of Love, we are Loved, and we are here to be and experience the Love that we are.
The purpose of healing is to become “healed.” Healing is the process you take to become “healed.” Being healed is supposed to be the outcome of healing. So any healing modality you undertake MUST help you become HEALED. That must be its main intention, not to leave you in an endless loop of healing.
YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO LIVE THE ENTIRETY OF YOUR LIFE IN THE HEALING PROCESS.
Healing is a journey, but it has a destination.
And you may have to heal several times in your life, from several things. But it is not supposed to be never-ending.
Healing is the restoration to your natural state of being, which some would call your wholeness. And your natural state of being (your wholeness) is Love Frequency. The outcome of healing should be that you embody your Home Frequency, from wherever or however you left it from.
And it is embodying this frequency that makes all things well – in your life and body – and brings all good things to you. The outcome of healing should be that you become more Love, and live the type of happy, healthy and delicious life that Love Energy creates.
Again, being the embodiment of Love Frequency is the outcome and the purpose of healing – no matter what you’re healing from.
You should get there.
You should get to a point where you become who you truly are.
You should not always be in the state of disconnection from your Self always trying to journey back towards it. You should get to a point where you do come home to yourself. Where you become Love Energy in the your life, and in the world.
That is what being healed is: you are the embodied expression of Love Frequency, and you live your life from this frequency, as often, and as much as you can.
And this is totally possible.
Not always easy, but possible.
But then again, being unwell isn’t easy either.
And many of us seem to manage that journey just fine.
Why not manage being healed?
Why not manage being Love?
As Ram Dass once said: “We are all just walking each other back home.” And that home is the Love that we are.
We are supposed to make it home.
We are not supposed to just endless walk in the woods.
Much ❤️, Jerome.