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C h e c k o u t A B M P 's l a t e s t n e w s a n d b l o g p o s t s . Av a i l a b l e a t w w w. a b m p . c o m . 107 ENERGY WORK 3. Focus your mind. Specifically, we must get out of our own way, and rather than "be the healer," become the humble link between the client, the Oneness, and whatever other invisible helpers you believe exist. These can be considered angels, the deceased, or guides, but could also be understood as subtle energy fields that hold information that can encourage health. 4. Hold the state of love. When have you felt loved? What occurs inside you when you have best expressed love? Take a few minutes and tune into the feeling and meaning of love to you. Practice recreating this sensation in every area of your life, and it will be easier to hold it during a client session. 5. Release the outcome. I'm sure Newton desired healing for a client, but even more important, he wished for them to feel cared about. 6. Be at peace. My readings of Newton's work suggest that the misery of human existence took second place to his childlike nature. Rather than worry about what might not happen, he concentrated on believing that the best might happen. And that frequently brought about the best outcomes. As shared by Debasish Mridha, a poet and seer, "Once you chose [sic] the power of love, nothing is impossible." This also means that through the power of love, everything just might be possible. Notes 1. James L. Oschman, "What is Healing Energy? Part 3: Silent Pulses," Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 1, no. 3 (April 1997): 184. 2. Cyndi Dale, The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy (Boulder: Sounds True, 2009): 6. 3. World Research Foundation, "Dr. James Rogers Newton … and His Gift of Healing," accessed March 2016, women-medicine/dr-james-newton-healing-gift.php. 4. Ibid. 5. Underground Health Reporter, Danica Collins, "Extraordinary Healing Power of Love … Causes Cancer to Vanish," accessed March 2016, healing-power-of-love-cancer/#axzz3stZ2HJu2. 6. Alonzo Eliot Newton, The Modern Bethesda, or, The Gift of Healing Restored (New York: Newton Publishing, 1879), accessed March 2016, modernbethesdaor00newtrich/modernbethesdaor00newtrich.pdf. 7. Ibid., Introduction. 8. Ibid., Preface. 9. Ibid.: 102; Edward Macomb Duff and Thomas Gilchrist Allen, Psychic Research and Gospel Miracles (New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1902): 261–3. 10. Newton, The Modern Bethesda. 11. Huffington Post, The Blog, Shamini Jain et al., "Biofield Science and Healing: An Emerging Frontier in Health and Medicine," November 23, 2015, accessed March 2016, deepak-chopra/biofield-science-and-heal_b_8613438.html. Cyndi Dale is an internationally renowned author, speaker, and intuitive consultant. Her books include the bestselling The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy (Sounds True, 2009), The Complete Book of Chakra Healing (Llewellyn Publications, 2009), and Advanced Chakra Healing (Crossing Press, 2005). To learn more about Dale and her products, services, and classes, please visit The fact that our emotional and mental states impact our health has already been established scientifically.

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