A few days ago, I had the opportunity to be part of a beautiful healing session. My partner and I did an in-person session with a client, and since the client asked for Christ to be invited in the healing, that’s what we did.
At one level, Christ is an expression of divinity and a symbol of oneness (what we are) and our wholeness as a human self (who we are when more healed and clear). At another level, Christ has a very distinct quality and energy, different from any other expressions of the divine.
I shared the traditional Christ meditation where we visualize Christ in our heart, in front of us, at the back of us, at either side of us, above us, and below us (about 1.5m out), and rest in that noticing and the presence of Christ. (This visualization of Christ can be as a light, the figure of Christ, or the presence, or whatever else resonates with us.) We all did this during the healing session.
I chose to do the healing as I did it in my teens before I had any exposure to how others did it.
I tuned into her system and saw it as Christ. All of her system – with the kind of wounds, identifications, hangups, and more that we all have, and the specific ones she wanted to work on – is all Christ. It’s all Christ taking all of these forms, as Christ and the divine takes the form of everything we know and all there is.
And I invited Christ to wake up to itself as all of it and rested in that noticing and invitation.
Nothing needs to change. Christ and the divine can wake up to itself as all there is in our system. And that, in itself, is deeply transforming.
It was a powerful session for all of us. And our client told us the following day that continuing to do the Christ meditation had been very helpful for her.
I feel deeply grateful for this session for several reasons. One is the opportunity to rest in the presence of the divine with others in such a clear way. Another is that it reminded me of my love of this Christ meditation in my late teens and early twenties, and of the simplicity of the healing I did then. Now, it’s again coming back – as it has several times – and I love it as much.
Christ wakes up to itself as all of it
Intention for Christ to wake up to itself as all of it / am this waking up to itself
How I did healing in my teens
very simple, basic, essential
Return to the simplicity
Naive in a good way
Recognize all as Christ, invite Christ to wake up to itself as all of it
A few days ago, my partner and I did an in-person healing for a client and it was very beautiful and reminded me of several things.