This post is a continuation from the last one I wrote, so in case you’d like the back story, you’ll find it here.
I’d considered enrolling on a course to find out all about radionics – the mysterious alternative therapy my grandfather OZ had practised, before I was born. But that would mean waiting until the autumn, and my curiosity had been stirred…
‘Just by chance’ (regular readers of this blog will know I consider all events to be meaningful and never random coincidences!) these thoughts coincided with a particularly nasty flare-up of the IBS that has plagued me on and off for the last ten years. So why not find myself a radionics practitioner and try it out for myself?
I’ll preface this by saying that I am NOT going to become all evangelical about this treatment. I’m aware that it has been banned in the United States, will be considered pure rubbish by many and could well not suit others. All I know is that my grandfather, some 50 years deceased, had seen fit to reach out to me to make me aware of this modality. No doubt he has many other important things to do in spirit, therefore I’m aware that he must have a very good reason to alert me to its existence and value to me and our family.
I sat with the list of accredited practitioners before me. As it’s a remote treatment, it didn’t matter where they were geographically, so who to choose?
Prompted by the website, I dowsed over the list, to find the right person for me. Sure enough, one name jumped out. I emailed the lady and, a few days later, we were in contact and working together.
Was she the right choice for me? Absolutely. A down-to-earth, plain-speaking, no-nonsense lady with a background in alopathic and psychological healing who turned to radionics because it did what – in her opinion – other treatments didn’t.
She was clearly used to some initial scepticism in her clients. “I work with the subtle bodies as well as the physical,” she told me. “Does that mean anything to you?”
I assured her that it did, and I was delighted to hear it. The more she told me, the more convinced I became that this had been a great choice. I also kept thinking, ‘OZ knew all this. He believed in all the things I believe in.’ It made me feel so close to him.
I’ve had four sessions with my practitioner now. She’s working in subtle ways to fine-tune and help my body to heal. One one hand she’s telling me she has sent healing to strengthen the connection between my etheric and astral bodies, on the other, she’s telling me to avoid the brand of soya milk I’d been using because she’d dowsed that it contained GM soya which was irritating my intestinal tract. (I hadn’t told her the brand I used, but when I checked, she was right! The company had recently reversed their policy of only using non GM products. I swapped to a still non-GM brand and within two days felt much better.)
I tried to get a dear friend, with some severe mental health challenges to try radionics, but he didn’t feel it was right for him at this point. My daughter, though, is very eager to see whether it will help her to deal with the PTSD which still causes problems for her, and so it moves on down the family line.
Interestingly, when she and my grandchildren came to stay with me last week, the children both commented – for the first time ever – on OZ’s portrait.
“Who is that man?” asked the 7 year old. “I like him. Sometimes he smiles at me.”
“Yes, he’s nice,” agreed the 4 year old. “He winked at me yesterday.”
Neither of them saw anything strange in that and although when you look at the drawing ‘logically’, his eyes are staring to the right, we only need a slight shift in focus to connect with this ancestor who has stepped in for a while to connect with, and help heal his family.