Law of Gentleness for healers and coaches

Law of Gentleness:  On a scale of 1-10, ask:  How beneficial is this intervention, for this body, at this time?  It’s the main question worth asking.


Written by Bruce Dickson, Health Intuitive, initial gift session available on request

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The Law of Spiderman says,  “With great power goes great responsibility.”  The ethics of using power are equally present among MDs and holistic practitioners.

The Law of Gentleness acknowledges holistic practitioners sometimes have the superpower of more direct access to the client’s unconscious than the client or their MD has.

feather-gentleness17kIf we employ our superpower of greater insight and do NOT ask the question above, we are guessing, stepping away from safety and the client’s own Higher Guidance.  Ahead of any new intervention, it’s to your advantage to ask how beneficial your client’s immune system rates it.  Especially if you ask, this will bring in the client’s own Higher Guidance.

Asking sounds like:  On a scale of 1-10, ten being highest, how beneficial is this (herb, vitamin, intervention, technique, operation) for this body, at this time?

Why does this work so well?   One reason is because our inner child, our immune-system-self, is the real expert on our physical body, not our rational mind, from the neck up. Our rational mind lives lives primarily in words, language and thinking, often far away and quite removed from bodily and metabolic concerns.

If the Law of Gentleness question is not asked, the great downfall of effective practitioners is risked: doing too much, producing too much change, too quickly. That is, showing off.

From the neck up, both practitioners and clients buy into over-doing, doing too much, out of eagerness to make something happen.’ Everyone likes dramatic, impressive “gosh, wow!” effects; everyone wants a “magic pill.”

Yet whenever you raise the frequency of any portion of the body or psyche, the entire hologram of our health, body-mind-spirit, has to adjust up.  If it’s a big jump for some level, it may need time to detox, to shed the old, so your entire hologram can rise to a new frequency.

If you try to detox faster than cells in one part of your body are able to, you can easily create a healing crisis.

At medical, nursing and chiropractic colleges, students are encouraged to “allow the body to heal itself.”  By what criteria?  HOW are practitioners to determine if a new intervention is aligned with how this client’s body wants to heal?  Naturally the best way would be to ask the body directly.

It’s possible to make errors as practitioners, to make interventions that retard our client’s healing process. This is the “do no harm” piece.  Health practitioners are likely to make knowingly harmful interventions.

Our immune-system-self is primarily a subconscious being, so it won’t be chatty, speaking to us directly or sending us email or texts.

With muscle-testing of any kind, in the hands of an experienced practitioner, it’s possible to “interview” the immune system, body and/or individual organs and systems to learn how much this or that intervention helps or hinders it.

Q:  I’m a practitioner-coach.  You want me to check ahead of time before every new intervention?

A:  As best you can, why not?  Are you in a hurry to get the client results?  Aren’t you working for the highest good of the client?  Just ask one more time than you forget to ask.  Asking sincerely will also increase your intuition about these things so you’ll KNOW more and more often and not have to slow down and ask.

Q:  How long have people been doing this?  Where?

A:  I think this tracks back to Touch for Health in the 1970s.  BodyTalk and Theta Healing incorporate similar ideas.

Thousands of practitioners use muscle testing in varied methods and protocols every day now.

Q:  What else can I assess ahead of time?

A:  (1)  Is this (herb, vitamin, intervention, technique, operation) SAFE to do on this body, at this time?

(2)  What is this client’s willingness to heal this issue?

If these questions are not asked, the great downfall of effective practitioners is risked: doing too much, producing too much change, too quickly. That is, showing off. Practitioners and clients both buy into over-doing, doing too much, out of eagerness to ‘make something happen.’ Everyone likes dramatic, impressive “gosh, wow!” effects.

Yet whenever you raise the frequency of any portion of the body or psyche, the entire hologram of our health, body-mind-spirit, has to adjust up and may need time to detox, shed old materials no longer useful in your hologram at its new frequency.

If you try to detox faster than cells in one part of your body are able to, and you create a healing crisis.

If you get stuck, please give me a call.

If you try to detox faster than cells in one part of your body are able to, and you create a healing crisis.

A physical healing crisis is more than you want to experience consciously. You can die or be permanently injured by a healing crisis. A story: My grandmother almost died after a very thoro and rigorous foot reflexology session. She was about age 65 at the time and had had no body work at all for decades. After this very strong foot work out she went to sleep, woke up around midnight and threw up EVERYTHING. She got back into bed very dehydrated. By the morning she was almost dead from dehydration and loss of electrolytes. She could barely phone a friend to come take her to hospital.

The healing crises I’ve gone thru as a client of other practitioners and my own self-care, have all been “interesting” but all in the vein of what NOT to do. Spiderman was right, “With great power goes great responsibility.” The more access I have to sub- and unconscious levels, the earlier and oftener I check EVERYTHING with the Guidance, and Master Teacher of the person being treated, including with myself.

No one needs a healing crisis. I have yet to see any healing crisis that was karmicly necessary or useful. A healing crisis is a good example of an “unnecessary experience.” All healing crises appears to be due to poor management by healers and coaches in charge.

The physical body is energetically equal to the first three etheric centers

Readers and students of metaphysical literature are often inundated with “propaganda” about the seven traditional etheric centers, wisdom from ancient India. Obscured here is the bald fact that our physical body functions virtually altogether only from the lowest three etheric centers. So if you want to understand or address physical body issues; then, physical health is 1 2 3.

Therefore, the Law of Gentleness means asking the FIRST THREE ETHERIC CENTERS: Can this body handle this contemplated change, at this time? If ANY CENTER says “no” to any proposed change–and a practitioner goes ahead anyway–then a healing crisis is risked.

So I suggest, don’t do anything in a session that the first three etheric centers are uncomfortable with. This goes double for working with clients.

Q: How do I find out if the body can handle a certain intervention?

A: The only way to do this is by ASKING and TESTING. Kinesiology testing or any other intuitive testing is the way to go. If you do test intuitively, ASK each of the first three centers directly, “Can you handle this?”

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