Many people are aware of the phenomenon which rests beyond our standard comprehension of the world. Certain things remain unexplained, and though many people have their doubts about the psychic event or holistic healing methods, these are authentic practices.

We see signs and advertisement of intuitive healing, spiritual guidance and hands-on healing around us all the time. Whether the individual practices the art of palmistry or Reiki, these healers are bestowed with an intimate understanding of ancient practices, some of which have been around since the dawn of civilization.

Many individuals use their intuitive powers to heal and help others, one such example being Tiffany Powers. Healing methods are used in tandem with intuitive readings, and these can lead to patients having a more balanced life when the methods are applied with knowledge and understanding.

Here, we will explore what intuitive healing is and how you can benefit from such a practice.

What is Intuitive Healing?

 Intuitive healing is often misconstrued with psychic clairvoyance and telepathy, though these are attributes that may assist an intuitive healer in his or her practice, intuitive healing is much more than what these labels may convey.

Intuitive healing practitioners rely on an innate ability to place themselves within a meditative state and draw upon the power of their higher self, universal consciousness, God, Divine mind, etc.

It is from within this state of higher connection that a healer can access information about the patient’s ailment or life situation which is causing the imbalance or pain in their life, mind or body.

A healer, once connected to a higher source, is then able to facilitate an intuitive reading for the client, which can then be used to direct other therapies such as with Reiki or alternative medicine to correct the imbalance.

Methods for Healing

One of the more common methods used alongside intuitive healing is Reiki. This practice is using one’s mental and physical energy to heal the body, often by the placing of the hands-on or near the body.

Often called “energy healing” or “hands-on healing,” Reiki seeks to transfer universal energy that is obtained from a divine source through the altered consciousness of the practitioner.

Coming from the Japanese words “Rei,” meaning “God’s wisdom or higher power,” and “Ki,” meaning “life energy,” Reiki is often used to encourage the body or mind to heal itself by manipulating blocked energy pathways. Tiffany Powers Healing methods also include the use of Reiki as she is a Usui Reiki Master.

Other methods for healing involve the user data obtained from the intuitive reading to plan a pathway which may include other therapies to living a more balanced life. This method may include the implementation of an in-season plant-based diet, exercise, chiropractic adjustment or even acupuncture.

Considering Holistic Options

 With the rising costs of traditional healthcare and pharmaceuticals, many are seeking alternative healing options which are much more attractive in terms of value. Not only do holistic options appeal in terms of affordability, but many of these therapies are also attractive because they offer a different way of life.

Holistic healing seeks to treat the whole person, not merely one aspect of the defining cause of an ailment or condition.

As the theory goes, once the balance has been restored, the individual will benefit from a holistically healthier life and the increased sense of well-being that intuitive healing can offer.