Thursday, September 08, 2011
Today I received a notice from Amazon about a healing technique I was not familiar with, called "Theta Healing." It is described in a new book by Vianna Stibal, who discovered the technique more or less accidentally and has had some remarkable experiences using it on herself and others.
As most of us now know, brain waves can exist in four states: alpha, gamma, delta and theta.
Theta is considered the highest of these and is the state that long term serious meditators strive to enter in their practice.
Vianna had been highly intuitive since childhood, and had done literally thousands of "readings" for those seeking her help. When she "read" for people she "left her body through the top of her head," and in this state the information came through. Ultimately she discovered that while in this same state, she could heal people, miraculously and instantaneously.
I have long been fascinated with various forms of similar non-traditional healing techniques, and find this one of special interest. I have never done healing work, but would still like to, even if only on myself. I am also convinced that Kundalini--expressed as "love/bliss"--involves some similar shift of consciousness into a "higher' level, when subtle feelings and responses can more easily be experienced.
Vianna has a website which describes not only the practice but listings of practitioners across the world. And--the book is listed on Amazon, where you can also read a substantial portion of the text (through "look inside") and get a better idea of what this approach involves.
She has gone on to perform countless healings worldwide, and gives workshops all over the globe, including classes for others who then also become "Theta Healers."
Indeed, the veils are thinning in this time of world crisis. It is exciting to be alive at this time and witness the vast global transformation occurring across the planet. Things that were once highly esoteric and difficult to locate are more and more becoming part of the norm.