“Have you considered the role of pure channel?” Elizabeth is looking at me directly. This is my first visit to my second healer. Elizabeth is intense, other-worldly—even as we go through the initial interview process.
“I don’t know. What would that involve? It sounds like a lot of responsibility. I feel I have already been responsible and am still responsible. The idea of taking on the role of pure channel makes me feel almost angry, as if a rebellion might be incited inside of me. And, in physical, logistical terms, I cannot imagine myself walking up to strangers and giving them their personal, medical information.”
“Life is a process of co-creation,” Her statement hangs in the air. Everything feels weightier in this space. Words matter. Thought forms have density. Actions are like heavy water.
Contracts are being reworked.
“So, who do you think you are?” Elizabeth presses.
“I do not know. I really liked making art. Beauty is important to me—creating beautiful things. I miss that a lot.”
I make the shift from the chair to the healing table. Elizabeth uses a very different approach to working than the first healer. From my perspective, this session feels more organic, less structured around specific protocols—as though some ancient blocks are being brought out into the Light. During the session, I watch as the sculptural tools I have been carrying leave my body in favor of a beautiful, new pen and pencil desk set—quite exquisite. I leave feeling significantly lighter and almost buoyant.