What Does “Now Healing” Mean?

The word “Healing” has been getting a bad rep these days, if you listen to folks like Dr. Kam Yuen of Yuen Method, or Dr. Richard Bartlett of Matrix Energetics. But that’s because the word – and the concept – have so many conflicting connotations!

I’ve heard people object to using the word “healing” to describe what we do, because it implies and attracts its own opposite. They say that humanity is evolving beyond the duality of health and illness. I agree… I’m just using a bigger, stronger, wholer definition of the word healing, going back to its original linguistic root, the word “Whole.”

To clarify my position – and to neutralize all our expectations – we have to bypass limited medical assumptions about the word “healing.” (Medicine can trigger healing, but not all healing is medical!) In fact, we have to transcend materialistic cause-and-effect thinking altogether.

In Now Healing, the word “healing” does not mean curing or fixing. Instead, it means “Making Whole.”

Unlike other popular “Energetics” methods, the goal of Now Healing is not focused on the elimination of pain, the solving of problems, or the creation of change. In Now Healing, those are merely side effects!

Instead, the goal is to Align with Wholeness, quickly and easily, on all levels – and to empower you to do it yourself. That Alignment with Wholeness then removes blockages, creates connections, and enables the innate self-repair inherent in well-organized systems, biological or otherwise. To use Now Healing, it’s best to remain non-attached to expectations of outcome. Paradoxically, you’re more likely to get a better outcome that way!

With the phrase Now Healing, I don’t want to imply or promise that you will completely heal from your ailment or problem instantly – although that is certainly possible, and has happened to many people. And I’m definitely not implying that healing is something I or others will “do” to you. Alleviating pain, illness and specific problems is a side-effect of doing this work.

The phrase “Now Healing” is also meant to remind you that your body-mind-spirit is always in the process of healing, self-repair, regeneration and evolution. Your body automatically heals itself ­ constantly – and it’s doing so right at this very moment. Even if some parts are unhealthy, usually self-healing outweighs degeneration in any organism, at least until close to death! So let’s amplify and support that constant, automatic self-healing that we biological organisms do so well.

But in addition, Now Healing is holographic wholeness – a constant process of realizing Wholeness, and simultaneously, Wholeness itself. Now Healing is a morphic field of always becoming Whole.

So what does “Now Healing” mean? It means that You Are Now Healing, in the negentropic flow of life force and ever-greater evolution of body-mind-spirit.

Ok, I’m glad I got that off my chest.

Coming soon… my rant on the word “Energy” !!!

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  1. Elma Mayer says:

    Elizabeth, there is a “Heal While You Sleep​” audio in Heal Your Situation. It’s not specifically for insomnia, it’s for whatever situation you are working on, but you can certainly put “insomnia” in there, as an intention!

  2. Elizabeth Stratton says:

    Very Profound Discussion…
    Elma Dear,
    I just love the Now Healing because it is simple and yet very moving and changing energy all at the same time.
    My local self just surrenders to the higher self and I allow and then activate. I did this for some years before all the energy started shifting. I experienced many traumas during my early childhood and into my teen years and beyond…so I feel that it took some time for me to get in a place where I could feel all the energy moving and now it has finally happened. The neuropathy pain is especially difficult but that is even changing one day at a time, and sometimes very well.
    Thank you for your great work.

    PS Do you have anything to aid in those nights when we just cannot fall asleep well? Thanks again.
    Much Love,
    Elizabeth S in NY~

  3. Elma, thank you for this well-written and thoughtful commentary. I believe almost anyone who has done any type of “healing” work (including Dr. Yuen and Dr. Bartlett) would agree that “healing” and “curing” are not always the same.

    In my own experience, I have seen an ectopic pregnancy become a healthy baby, a brain tumor dissolve and then reappear and dissolve again and a breast tumor that would require excision through a radical masectomy suddenly become one that could be treated by a lumpectomy. Those could be called cures resulting from healing work.

    I have also seen healing result in a patient becoming well enough to leave a hospice facility so she could pass over in her own home a few days later, a cancer patient extend her last moments long enough that all of her grandchildren could say goodbye and a seriously ill father open his eyes to describe the “beautiful” place he was going to his adult children. Those people may not have been cured, but a wholeness was experienced when it was most needed.

    I look forward now to your “rant” on “energy.”

  4. kesavan namboothiri krishnan says:

    ElmaJi, I am convinced of the points you have stated here. The Soul is a Point, more it is a endless brightest path to Truth, God, and hence it is our duty to harness our Mind, the third eye, five senses and in wider circles body and the Universe in meditation every second for Now Healing of each simple problem and big problems will naturally be alleviated in the endless process of Now-Healing of small, small problems naturally. Forgive my language for it being not so apt for my mother tongue is different.

  5. Elma Mayer says:

    @Sunday – I would venture that “what makes that happen” has something to do with “grace” or Alignment with Wholeness.

  6. I found this article and discussion very clarifying, actually. This is a truth you find in many methods of healing, but usually it’s not so clearly outlined.

    Just a devil’s advocate kind of thought: in life, the “cure rate” (I know that’s not the same as healing!) of medical interventions varies from person to person, situation to situation. Wouldn’t that be, at bottom, pretty much from the same causes? and if a stock rises or falls, same deal. We see that some doctors or stockbrokers get “good” results (the results we want) more often than others – but what really makes that happen?

  7. Elma Mayer says:

    @David,
    Q: Why do results vary?
    A: In Life, most results vary! Assuming a one-to-one correspondence – that an input has only one output – is best left to computers. See chaos theory, or, on the quantum level, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. (I met Heisenberg when I was 3 years old, so I can claim his principle as a rationale for just about anything!;)
    Question #1:
    How much of this “Now Healing” is simply hit and miss?
    A from Infinite Self: None.
    A from local self: it depends what you’re trying to hit. If the target is “More Alignment with Wholeness” then the answer is “None.” If the target is “insisting on only one narrow and specific acceptable outcome” then the answer varies: “from None to All”
    Question #2:
    How much of this “Now Healing” is that we really have no clue as to what we are doing?
    A: None. It’s not about having a clue, or having no clue. It’s about connecting what is disconnected – whether you know the specifics, or not.

  8. Hello Elma, thank you for responding to my questions.

    Questions 1 and 2 are being asked from both selves. Questions 1 and 2 are being asked from both the expanded Infinite Self and from the Local Self. There is no division. There is no separation.

    The additional question, “Why do results vary?” includes and embraces the question “How can I connect to Wholeness in relation to this situation?” Again, no division, no separation.

    Cheers!

    David

    Reference:
    Question #1:
    How much of this “Now Healing” is simply hit and miss?

    Question #2:
    How much of this “Now Healing” is that we really have no clue as to what we are doing?

  9. @David – To paraphrase President Clinton, it depends on what your definition of “results” is. My definition of a result, for Now Healing, is that energy and information have shifted towards Wholeness. In that case, it’s 100% effective – you always shift energy when you do this work.

    But if your definition is “curing” or “improvement”, then the results vary, from so-called “miraculous” healing, to nothing, depending partly on the interpretation of the local observer. The problem with specific expectations of results is that those expectations may not be Aligned with Wholeness. If someone expects complete pain relief or to win the lottery, those “results” may not be connected to Wholeness – especially if the expectation is coming from a disconnected aspect of the person wanting specific “results.” That’s why it’s essential to Disentangle from the duality of results/no results. It’s also good to Disentangle the explanation of the work from doing the work itself. They are two very different things. So if we did have “no clue as to what we’re doing,” it would be annoying, if we were expecting an explanation or proof. But the point of Now Healing is not explanation, because it happens beyond the tiny fraction of reality that is our locally-conscious mind. It is non-local, non-linear and non-causal – if anything, it may be fractal and holographic. Needing proof of cause-and-effect can be beautifully satisfying in many disciplines – but not this one! Some more discussion of “needing proof” is here: http://www.nowhealing.com/tune-up-your-telepathy/

    The answers to your questions 1 and 2 will be different, depending on whether you are asking them from your local self, which may have unexamined assumptions and distortions, or from your expanded Infinite Self. We have the ability to zoom our awareness beyond the “Earth plane.” I invite you to Align with your expanded self, and then ask different questions – because the questions we ask always limit the answers we get. A useful sample question – rather than “why do results vary?” — “How can I connect to Wholeness in relation to this situation?”

    Thanks for your questions!!!
    love and wholeness,
    Elma

  10. You said, the word “Healing” has “conflicting connotations”. “I don’t want to imply or promise that you will completely heal from your ailment or problem instantly.”
    Question #1: How much of this “Now Healing” is simply hit and miss?
    Question #2: How much of this “Now Healing” is that we really have no clue as to what we are doing?

    Or, said differently, we are both stumbling around in the dark. Why? Because sometimes we get 100% results, sometimes partial results, sometimes no results.

    Example, your “Now Healing” process taps into the unknown. This unknown instant process is hinted at in Bible. Isaiah 65:24 “It will also come to pass that before they call, I will answer; and while they are still speaking, I will hear.” For fun, let us not refer to Bible but, for fun, let us pretend, let us call it some process in the 47th dimension. In the 47th dimension a guaranteed change does take place and it also happens instantly. Yet when this information, when this part of ourself from the 47th dimension, appears in this part of ourself, our earth plane – then results vary.

    Why? Why do results vary on this Earth plane? I do not know. Guessing: You and your Client have an internal contract or internal intentions to have an experience in Contrast, in Duality, in Polarity, in Separatedness, in Opposites, and Client comes to you to change the on-going experience, then “Now Healing” would have no effect on this Earth plane because that instant life changing experience that Isaiah 65:24 refers to — does instantly manifest in the 47th dimension and it is also Converted or Ignored or Dismissed, on this Earth plane because Client has a life contract or an intention that is overriding.

    My point is, your “Now Healing” article is helpful, is expanding, and yet it also needs more clarification, more depth.

    Regards, David

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