By Kim Hutchinson and Steve Clayton Is it Real? Is it True? If you've ever received an intuitive message and wondered if it was true, you're not alone. Many people question the validity of their spiritual experiences. It can be confusing to know what to believe. Philosophers have debated whether truth is relative or absolute. Most people think it is a mixture of both, with some truths being held universally versus being based on one's perspective, which is shaped by life experiences, education, upbringing, etc. The whole topic can be very confusing. On the soul plane, the answer to the question, "Is it real?" is met with another question: "Do you want it to be real?" Spiritually speaking, there is no set reality that everyone following. You are a Creator…
By Kim Hutchinson Recently, I received an email from a woman asking me to explain the healing process specifically, what to expect post-healing. She wondered if healing could cure her husband of Diabetes. I started to write an email in reply, but it grew into the following article. I'm sharing this in hopes that it helps others who may have similar questions. What is Healing? Healing is Holistic "Everything we think, everything we say, everything we do, is either health creating or health negating. When we begin to look at health and healing that way, we can enter the realm of health creation from anywhere – nutrition, exercise, contemplative practice, relationship." - Dr William B Stewart Rather than focusing on a symptom or body part, holistic healing addresses one's entire being: spiritual,…
By Kim Hutchinson During a recent conversation with my higher self, I received an unexpected message. She told me to “own my body”. I spent the day wondering what exactly that meant. I still was mulling over the advice when Steve started telling me about a friend’s experience in hospital. While waiting on lab test results, she realized that the true source of her ailment was emotional and that she could treat it herself using her body’s self-healing abilities. With this sudden realization came an equally sudden amelioration of symptoms. She told the doctor she no longer required help. The physician was skeptical, and disinclined to let her leave. He finally conceded, but insisted she take the prescription he wrote for her. She took it, but did not have it…
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