Information Wellness Blog

Detailed Reviews and Guides about energy and informational health and wellness

Turn a glass of water into natural remedy

What Does it Mean to Be a Natural Healer?

Healers use energy to promote your body’s own healing capacity and use an ancient practice called “laying on of hands”.

Healers tend to be highly attuned to energy and often experience the emotions of others as their own, which may cause feelings of overstimulation in crowds. Honing healing abilities takes practice.

You’re Highly Sensitive

Your body and mind seem highly attuned to subtle energies and you have an intuitive ability that allows you to perceive subtle shifts around people and animals around you, including empaths who feel other’s pain as their own. Furthermore, as an empath you may also detect subtle shifts in weather patterns, earth energies or your own physical body – qualities which define being an empath.

Your life is unique and special in many ways; something about you sets you apart from everyone else. In fact, you may sense that humanity is approaching a major shift in consciousness that you’re drawn towards like a magnet. Perhaps healing is your calling and you want to use your special talent for helping others.

As a healer, your intuition may be on high alert and energy may feel heavy; this is because you are tuned into the subtle energies of those seeking your assistance for healing. Therefore, spending plenty of time outdoors can recharge energy stores and strengthen intuition.

As a healer candidate, you possess an exceptional capacity for loving-kindness – a form of compassion which seeks to support each person’s inherent capacity for flourishing. Modern allopathic clinicians frequently assume that self-denial of emotional needs and distress is necessary in order to provide optimal patient care; this puritanical perspective often results in professional burnout.

Healers with the ability to practice loving-kindness cultivate principles which provide protection for themselves and their patients (“first do no harm”) while simultaneously supporting them to develop the resources that will allow them to avoid suffering (i.e., an “equanimity principle”).

You’re Drawn to Nature

Nature provides healers with an excellent opportunity to remain grounded and balanced, often picking up healing energy from trees, mountains and even water sources. Nature contains pure loving energies which can help balance out a healer’s own energies.

Healers tend to gravitate toward people who share similar energies. You might find yourself more comfortable around those who exude calmness and empathy; these individuals will likely form strong bonds, making you want to help them through any challenges they might be experiencing.

Natural healers understand the value of expanding their knowledge and building their skills through reading, attending workshops, or working with experienced healers as mentors; such growth is necessary both for personal growth as well as helping facilitate others’ healing.

Healing can be difficult work that demands significant energy resources, which is why natural healers should know how to properly manage their energies and take time for themselves if possible. Otherwise, their roles could become draining and overwhelming quickly.

Natural healers need a positive sense of themselves and an extensive network of support in order to remain effective healers. Healers recognize their work is a sacred privilege aligned with infinite compassionate energy that seeks expression through all sentient beings; this understanding allows them to transcend hierarchical fear-based systems that create scarcity, greed, and aggression while understanding that all suffering represents imbalances beyond physical reality.

You’re Quirky

Every group of friends consists of various personalities. There is the gossiper, overthinker and quirky one living outside the norm who live a bit outside the norm – all these characteristics may cause some people to find you unusual or unusual; being quirky needn’t necessarily be seen as negative but may leave some people bewildered and disoriented. “Quirky” is an informal all-purpose term used to refer to something unconventional or strange – people with quirky personalities often exhibit odd behavior or provide interesting perspectives which make them likeable and captivating companions!

As a healer, you may feel as if you don’t belong with those around you due to your unique energy that sets you apart from most people. With your unique ability to bring light into others’ lives and bring them healing energy, some may find this difficult for some individuals. That is why spending time outdoors rejuvenating energy reserves can be so vitally important.

Quirky individuals tend to have unique interests that set them apart from the crowd, such as uncommon gossip sessions, interpretive dancing or awkward diction. Additionally, they possess an inventive spirit which they express nontraditionally by creating art or writing poetry.

When a boy tells you that you’re quirky in an endearing and charming way, it usually indicates his appreciation of your unique characteristics and their charm. He understands that you possess healing energy which requires extra dedication from you as an individual.

People with quirky personalities tend to notice things others miss or fail to see, have unique perspectives and have distinct voices without being too loud or forceful. If you’re a healer, it is crucial that you understand and utilize these unique characteristics so as to further spread healing powers.

You Spend a Lot of Time Alone

Healers require the ability to detect and absorb subtle energies, so they often benefit from spending time alone in order to recharge their energy reserves and strengthen their intuition. Spending time alone also allows healers to avoid being overburdened by those experiencing emotional or physical suffering around them.

Healers’ energy can become depleted if they don’t spend enough time outdoors or engage in spiritual practices that recharge them, such as walking in nature. Also, being a healer can expose them to some difficult experiences that force them to confront darker aspects of themselves in order to heal, such as dealing with narcissistic dynamics or trauma from their past or even paranormal phenomena negatively affecting them personally.

Being a natural healer can present its own set of difficulties, with many people failing to accept your abilities as a healer and leaving you feeling misfitted among society – hence why healers in ancient societies lived on the fringes.

At its heart, natural healers are those drawn to Buddhist and other traditions which cultivate the 6 perfections or virtues that define enlightened living: loving-kindness, diligence, pragmatism, compassion wisdom and transcendental awareness (the ability to transcend different viewpoints of truth into an absolute truth). Healers need these qualities in order to use their gifts effectively – which is why spending time outdoors or engaging in spiritual practices that help develop and maintain healing abilities is so essential.

You’re Intuitive

Healers possess an immense spiritual connection to God and nature, while being in tune with their bodies and nature. They believe in a higher power and may spend time meditating, practicing yoga or consulting shaman or other practitioners to deepen their spirituality and aid healing themselves and others.

Healers often exhibit intuitive healing powers as one of their many talents. Healers can recognize energy in the form of feeling, thought or vision and interpret these experiences to guide their actions accordingly. Additionally, healers often receive intuitive messages through emotions – like when their inner wisdom guides them away from certain choices – or when it points them towards that which will bring the most happiness and abundance for themselves and others.

Intelligent people tend to be more perceptive and understanding than most others, so it comes as no surprise when friends, family members or even strangers seek their opinion. Additionally, intuitive individuals prefer quality conversations over casual banter; they’re typically more interested in forging long-lasting connections than engaging in superficial chatter.

Due to their ability to absorb energy from others, healers may quickly become overstimulated or even sick in large crowds, making it hard for them to maintain balance and maintaining a sense of wellbeing in such settings. It may also become challenging when confronted with negative energies from those dealing with personal struggles; as a result, healers may develop people-pleaser tendencies and find it hard setting clear boundaries with others.