Marisa gave me the task of writing an article about Live training this week as I am relatively new to the business and this was my first experience of Forensic Healing with such a large group. I was sitting in on the training and helping Marisa with the logistics of the event, which gave me a unique view of the training as I am neither participant nor trainer. I thought this would be easy, but after seven days with the group, I am finding it difficult to put words together to describe what I witnessed.
Live training from women all over the world
Live Training starts with women arriving from all around Australia – and the world!! Some have made connections through the Forensic Healing Group on Facebook, and they meet for the first time in person, like long lost friends. The connections these women have made online are deep, real and very personal. Others are entirely new and are unsure but excited or nervous about how the seven days will unfold. I had the pleasure of welcoming the group, and it was lovely to see how eager these women are to absorb information so they can increase their healing abilities.
Marisa takes center stage and puts the group at ease. She has a knack of diffusing anxiety with her physical presence, anecdotes, and a cheeky grin. After a few giggles and introductions, Marisa launches into the course and selects a participant to be healed as a demonstration of the first module Forensic Healing – Principles. This is where things become interesting.
My first energy healing experience
The first person on the healing bed is new to Live Forensic Healing Training – Marisa chooses from the new people first to ensure everyone has a healing experience with her. Marisa quickly settles her in, and before you know, it has identified and released some blocks that have been holding her back. For each type of release, there is a new person selected to be demonstrated upon.
It is impressive to see women on the healing bed release traumas from different points in time. From their childhood, from the loss of loved ones, bad relationships, past life experiences to name a few. Women were speaking for the first time of physical abuse, rape, family troubles, and negative experiences that have been locked away in their bodies causing pain, discomfort, and stress.
The release of these experiences shows in different ways for different people with some crying for a time until the pain has been released, to jerking movements on the healing bed, to coughing as if coughing up the pain or the memory of the experience to clear it from the body. The energy created during these healings is tangible to all in the room. All present have a real sense of the discomfort the person has been through, and they then contribute to the healing energy.
On the second day, one of the women had mentioned to me some details of unusual pains that she had been experiencing in her upper back and spine since the first day of the course. She asked my opinion as to what they might be, and we both agreed that they were probably related to issues that were presented as a result of the healing experiences from the day before. Coincidentally (!?!) she was selected by Marisa for one of the healing demonstrations that morning. With no knowledge of her ailments, using the Forensic Healing principles, Marisa identified that her issue related to her spinal column. She then proceeded to clear the problem. When I spoke to the woman the following day, she smiled radiantly, said that the pain had gone and that she felt great 🙂
As the women practice their techniques on each other, even more, healing occurs. There are also women repeating the course to continue building their healing skills, and these women are wonderful!! They share their knowledge and look out for people who have issues brought up throughout the course. Their contribution to everyone’s’ healing experience is so valuable and they are like angels in the room.
Woman with MS
We also had a woman with MS on this Live Training. When she arrived at the course, she was entirely dependent on her walker and only able to stand without support for very short periods. Through the training we watched her body stand taller and her ability to step out on her own increase. She commented that she was enjoying showering again now, where before the course she found it exhausting. By the end of the training ,the improvement in her symptoms was noticeable and she was able to walk across the room without her walker to the cheering of the group! 🙂
After seven days I can see that all of these women experience relief and a sense of wholeness following their healings. Women were starting to feel that they are valuable and that they can make a difference in their lives and have a positive effect on others. While initially, some may have felt a hangover from the emotional upheaval of their healing, by the end of the last day the overall feeling is one of release and freedom. And ALL of the women in the group felt it. This shared energy is difficult to describe but is such a highlight of the course, and I’m sure that those who have been to Live Training would agree that it’s memorable and life-changing.
This experience has confirmed for me that I am working in a fantastic business that is helping women to be empowered and strong in their sense of who they are and what they can achieve. I can see that this will bring positive change to the lives of women (and men) and ultimately the whole community. I feel energised, charged and ready to step forward on this journey with the ever-present support of the Forensic Healing Sisters.