Seminary Program

This is where we post the essays from many of our Universal Life Church Seminary students. When students finish a ULC course, they write a comprehensive essay about their experiences with the course, what they learned, didn't learn, were inspired by, etc. Here are their essays.

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Friday, May 25, 2012

Master of Metaphysical Healing

             Chapter 20 - 300 word essay on Metaphysical Healing

   I learned how important it is to treat the whole patient.  The body the soul and the personality of the whole patient. A healer I feel goes through a journey to finally become a great healer.

 I find it interesting on my journey to becoming a Holistic Health Practitioner, how much suffering one goes through to realize how a healing really works. Research from recommended read from this course and from what I have found, has only reaffirmed this.

  Author Barbara Ann Brennan Hands of light, shows us how meditation can reconnect us to our energies. This in turn helps us to see into the human body through a different site, in which allows us to see sickness in a whole different realm. We can become so in tune with these energies we can detect illness and then use our energies to heal or unblock these energies, then cure that illness.

   Dr. Eric Pearl's book The Reconnection, tells us that once we feel this energy we can then use it to manipulate any part of the body and help the energies it needs to cure itself.  

  We are only to reconnect with ones self to be able to use this energy to help others.

    I truly believe that this course talks about the need to reconnect with nature and the divine up above. To stop the hurting we are creating from the lack of care we are giving. We need to get away from the thought that a pill can cure it all. Western medicine needs to have a wake up call on how it treats the human as a whole.

   I have learned from my own personal struggles of how western medicine has forgotten its roots and it's compassion. I have suffered through illness for many years and have just now through knowledge found help.

   I have, through herbal schooling, found ways to help the body, mind, and the soul through sickness, illness and toxins.
    This lesson and through history we learn that great healers come from suffering.  We need to help one another to learn and to never forget our past, for those are lessons we lived through.  The oath that we shall do no more harm on to others needs to be relived. I dream that one day western doctors and natural healers can come together and work to heal the whole human being, the body, the personality and the soul as a whole.

Rev Deborah Kravig

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