“One repays a teacher badly if one always remains nothing but a pupil.”
~ Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra
At my last retreat, my Beginner Channelling Intensive, I taught a new healing method. It’s a beautiful technique, and simple – an energy balancing, healing and expansion, performed in silence, and using energy, awareness, essential oils and crystals.
Yesterday, I got to experience just how powerful this method really is.
A dear friend, also a student of mine (yes, I become very close to many of my students and clients over the years – I am no guru on a mountain) came to my home after I’d had a busy and stressful day.
After a busy and stressful week.
After a busy and stressful few months as I have dealt with family illness, supporting clients through difficulty, and some health hiccups of my own.
Ben and Harry have gone home to our farm for a few days, and I’m here alone in the city, nursing Bert, and working.
My dear friend brought me food. Made me tea.
And then, most importantly, she settled me on my couch, covered me with a blanket, and gave me a healing using the technique I had taught her only a few months ago.
It was the first time I have been properly at the receiving end of this technique.
What an experience! At the time I was moved quickly and deeply into a place of relaxation. I felt my tension and worries drain away. I became filled with hope, love, energy and a sense of connection to the Divine. By session’s end I was completely peaceful in a way I haven’t been for months.
My friend left, almost straight away. I attended to our darling Bert, the dog who has just had major surgery, had a fragrant warm bath, and then put myself to bed. (At 6pm, yes I did!)
I slept for eleven restorative hours, during which I had some amazing dreams, and woke this morning feeling the best I’ve felt for such a long time.
What a profound experience.
This morning I am feeling blessed and humbled.
Sending much love your way, Nicole <3 xx
PS – Also, how exciting! This new healing technique is amazing. It works. It’s easy. My students remember how to do it, and can perform it on others in meaningful ways. I’m thrilled beyond measure!!!
6 thoughts on “The Supported Teacher”
A beautiful gift given and received ..
Of course it works!! You taught them well!!! What a blessing to receive one in such a wonderful way:-) 😘
Just brilliant ! Lovely to hear – you get back what you put out <3 🙂 xxx
Just lovely when it comes full circle in such a beautiful way.
You live too far away from me, but know I pray for you and yours always.
What a wonderful gift, Nicole, from and for both of you x