Healing vs. Curing: The Striking Difference

— by Fiona Coward —

What is the difference between healing and curing?

There is so much noise out there about healing, what it means and what it does. The different modalities that co-exist make it difficult to decide on what will bring about lasting change.

I have been re-reading Anatomy of the Spirit by Caroline Myss and it triggered a thought process because I have sought cures and I seek healing. Why had BodyTalk given me the most profound and impactful results? What was the difference in the approaches?

Let's deal with Curing

To be cured of an illness, broken bone or an infection does not necessarily require an active role by the patient. We show up at the doctor, take his advice and prescriptions and then move on. Our attitude is less important to the outcome. We remain passive in the process. We hand over responsibility to the specialist or the physician.

Which brings me to Healing

According to Myss, healing revolves around our spiritual and emotional recovery. When we seek healing, we are actively involved in exploring our attitudes, experiences, memories and beliefs that are creating negative patterns and dragging us down. Through healing, we begin the process of claiming back our personal power and allowing ourselves to become the most important player in our lives.

The description above tells me that BodyTalk is true healing. It reveals the negative blockages, experiences or memories that weaken us, that hold us back from becoming strong, divine beings. BodyTalk allows us to look within, evaluate the negative patterns or beliefs that we still cling to (knowingly or unknowingly) and releases them. It gives us back our power so we can grow and thrive. It shows us how to make choices that resonate with our own innate healing requirements.

In effect, BodyTalk shows us how to become our own life coaches.

BodyTalk peels away a lifetime of patterning that prevents us from seeing our true selves. These patterns can block our ability to change, grow and thrive.

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