Are You Ready to Heal?

I have noticed, in my own life and in the lives of the clients I work with, that healing can take a long time!

I have worked with a lot of clients who make very slow progress toward healing the memories and beliefs connected to the problem they have identified. Often they have healing responses or have great difficulty finding memories.

And when we test on resistance, often we find that that is the underlying problem.

There’s a story in the Bible that I can only paraphrase because I don’t remember the specifics, where someone came to Jesus for healing, and Jesus told him that he would heal him if that was what the man wanted. That passage used to puzzle me when I was younger because I could not hold in my mind the idea that anyone would not want to be healed!

But now, I think that passage fits this subject perfectly. Because of course, we want to be healed. But sometimes we don’t want to be healed. Sometimes, we have fear about what will change if we heal, and how we will cope with being well again. We may not even remember wellness because we have gotten so good at coping with our current challenge.

Is resistance or fear what’s keeping you stuck?

Let’s try an experiment.

Find a place to sit quietly and relax as deeply as you can. Notice any tension you feel in your body and breathe deeply to relax even more. Once you feel relaxed and calm, I want you to say the following statements and notice any place in your body that reacts to them.

I am ready to heal.

I am ready to let go of this challenge.

How did it feel to say them aloud? Try it again. Did anything in your body tense up? If you didn’t smile or feel a sense of wellbeing or hopefulness, you may have some resistance to healing. There may be a secondary gain you are experiencing that is keeping you stuck.

If you are working with a coach, you can have your coach test that for you so you will know for sure, and help you identify some of the beliefs that may be getting in your way. But even if you are not working with a coach, consider devoting some time to clearing your resistance.

You could use the same code you are working with now, but just take one coding session a day and devote to resistance or fear of healing.

If you try it, let us know how it goes!

Blessings on your journey!!


Jeanine Byers

Certified Charter Healing Codes Coach


  1. Hi Marijke!

    The Q Codes are another way of doing the Healing Codes. Alex’s research and experience with his own clients suggests that using the Q Codes may accelerate the healing of the memories/beliefs/feelings connected to your issues and may lessen the likelihood of healing responses. That has been my experience, too, for myself and with my own clients.

    I recommend it! It’s also faster and easier to do, by the way. 🙂

    Truth statements are positive statements that you can hold in your mind as you do the codes. They are called truth statements because they need to be statements that you know or believe to be true. Otherwise, they are likely to create stress in your body, and that’s the last thing you want to create while you’re doing the codes!

    In the book and in the manuals for the Healing Codes packages, Alex suggests truth statements you can use as you do the 12 Days, but you also can create your own. I always encourage my clients to try saying them aloud first to see if they react in any negative way to them (like my exercise above). And then, if they do, they can modify them into statements they can wholeheartedly embrace.

  2. I do not know what the Q-codes. Can you say something more about that? and what exactly are truth statements?