WBM TIMES EDITORIAL
Summertime, South on the Great Wheel of life, is the home of the Healer archetype, one who advocates good relations with both one’s inner family as well as outer family. A healer models quality communication skills and love in action.
In most cultural training one is taught that one who administers to others is known as a healer because of the healthy results. Seldom does one call themselves by this name. Often, I get quizzed Suzanne aren’t you afraid that by teachings others your hard earned talents, you’ll lose clients, lose your financial flow? I always chuckle and state, “Every family deserves a touch therapist.” If our society was educated to be safe in their bodies, minds, emotions and spirit quickly one would initiate steps to receive administering if they should become out of balance. Presently many chose to ignore the body’s signals of distress and imbalance. In the Oriental culture barefoot physicians work with families regularly. A physician is only paid if a client’s health improves. Wow, that’s different from our culture which is often marked with “I paid all this money for numerous tests and bought a bundle of medicine and I still feel poorly and I am scared.”
I remember when I learned that of the 700+ documented illnesses, Western Physicians are able to diagnose less than half the imbalances, the rests are like the turn of the roulette wheel….we are just taking a chance that a remedy will mend our illness.
In the Oriental five element system, the summertime is represented by the fire element or the heart and small intestine (plus the triple heater and pericardium). I have been fascinated with this season as the heart and equated as our spiritual center and the small intestine, our ability to digest emotionally what life gives us. Indigenous people speak that fire was a gift from the Creator/God to we ‘two leggeds’ to bring light, warmth and the ability to be fed. Fire is the agent of change.
Sometimes the lightening bolt figuratively and literally comes down from the heavens and gyrates back to the sky unless something grounds the electricity which will create a fire. Remember when you last felt the singe of the unexpected bolt of energy that came from nowhere? Did your life change?
BEYOND CHANCE INTERVIEWS
SUZANNE LEWIS, WBM EDITOR
Sunday, August 27th,2000 at 10 p.m.
Suzanne Lewis’s spiritual story will be aired
on Women’s Lifetime TV channel 16. This
interview pertains to Suzanne’s commitment
to language spiritual healing as she recognizes it especially regarding life challenging transition we face.
Suzanne, a fifth generation Idahoan,
is a Wholistic Touch Therapist and writer.
She currently edits a quarterly online paper
called WBM TIMES located on her health
community and market web site
A journal narration of the unfolding
of the television event will appear in the
fall issue of WBM TIMES.