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When It’s NOT Good to Do Healing Codes for Others

One of the wonderful things about The Healing Codes is you can do them for someone else, and it is effective.

In fact, it may be even more effective than if the person does it for him or herself, because the love that motivates you to do the Code for the person seems to greatly amplify the effectiveness.

Just look at the visual proof of what happened when one loving, committed mom did Healing Codes for her then 3-year-old son who had an eye condition called strabismus.

If you’ve never read the story on my blog of Vinny, the boy with the inoperable brain tumor that went away after his grandmother and people reading the blog who did Healing Codes for him, please be ready to be amazed.

I regularly do Healing Codes for other people, and I’m convinced that I benefit myself from it. There is a proverb that says those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed. When you offer yourself as sort of a channel of healing love to flow through, you can’t help but be watered yourself.

HOWEVER …

This works in reverse in a certain case.

Whenever the motivation for doing a Healing Code for someone else is not love, but manipulation–do not do a Healing Code!

If you are trying to change another person, I need to warn you: Not only will the person you’re doing a Code for NOT be healed or blessed, but it can do great damage–to you and, perhaps, to the other person.

So if you desire to do a Healing Code for someone else, honestly check your own motives. If there’s any hint of desperation on your part for them to heal, or desire to change them, do not do a Healing Code for the other person.

Instead, do the Healing Code for yourself, on your own desperation, control issues, or whatever is going on in that relationship. (The Relationship Codes might be especially helpful here. You can take the Relationship Issues Finder first, then use the proper Code to address the issue.)

After doing your own Healing Code, you may certainly release the healing to the other person, saying, “I release the effects of this healing to [name], in love, insofar as this issue affects him/her.”

That is the best, most effective, and safest way to do a Healing Code for someone else when you can’t do it out of pure motives.

Diane Eble is a Certified Healing Codes Coach-Practitioner and worked with Dr. Alex Loyd on the editing and publishing of The Healing Code book. For articles and help with healing heart issues, visit her website at www.HealingCodesCoaching.com  or her blog at www.HealingHeartIssues.com.

Healing Past Painful Holiday Memories

For some of us, the holidays are anything but peaceful or joyful.

Perhaps the holidays bring up memories of disappointment, tension, even trauma.

If this is the case for you, I encourage you to do a Healing Code specifically on your negative holiday memories.

First, start with your current feelings and beliefs about the holidays. Is the belief that it’s all up to you to make the holidays a perfect, special time causing you stress?

Are you feeling anxiety over finding “the perfect gift”? Are you dealing with the old “not enough” feeling as you try to make your budget stretch to include gifts? Are you anticipating disappointment because you’ve always felt disappointed by Christmas? Are you feeling pressured to plan a great party, wondering if you can live up to others’ expectations?

Whatever your current stress is, rate it (1-10, 10 being the worst). Then ask yourself, “What other times have I felt this way?” Jot down those memories, rate them if you can (skip this if it brings you more stress!), then start to work on the strongest or earliest memory with a Healing Code. (Use the universal Code from The Healing Code book, or one that fits your issue from The Healing Code Manual, or get a custom Healing Code from me.)

You can drain the negative charge from those earlier memories so that they don’t have to color your current experience. You can enjoy this year for what it is, and create new, joyful memories. I pray you will let the Joy-giver whose Light and Love are celebrated heal any negative memories, and break into your life with the joy and peace he came to bring.

Diane Eble is a Certified Healing Codes Coach-Practitioner and worked with Dr. Alex Loyd on the editing and publishing of The Healing Code book. For articles and help with healing heart issues, visit her website at www.HealingCodesCoaching.com  or her blog at www.HealingHeartIssues.com.

Uncover Your “Calling”

Colorful Music Background Vector IllustrationI listened the other day to an inspiring message by Kevin Miller on “calling.” I was especially interested in the topic because helping people find their calling has always been part of my calling.

Kevin built his message around the Frederick Buechner definition of calling: “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”

That got me to pondering what my own calling is. I’ve known it for quite some time, but it feels like God keeps refining and clarifying it for me.

My calling is actually based on another quote, this time from Henry David Thoreau: “Most men live lives of quiet desperation, and die with the song still in them.” My “deep gladness” has always been to help people to hear and express the song God put in them to sing.

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Healing Code for “Father Issues”

Few people have had a perfect father, or been a perfect father, so it’s probably safe to say everyone has “father issues.”

I believe that the images we associate with “father” profoundly affect two areas in particular: success in life, and our spirituality.

The father has a lasting effect on both sons and daughters with respect to how successfully they operate in the world. If you have success issues, look at how your father viewed you, himself and his own place in the world. Heal anything negative that comes up for you.

Also, your image of God is inextricably bound up in your images of “father.” (There is a reason the biblical view of God is primarily as a Father. Earthly fathers are meant to reflect the heavenly Father’s life-giving nature and goodness. Earthly fathers invariably fall short.)

The good news is there is healing for father issues.

So just as I did for “mother issues,” I would like to give everyone a custom Healing Code code for any issues you have about your own father, and/or, if you’re a father, about your own fathering:

  • Left hand Temple, right hand Bridge
  • Both hands Jaws
  • Both hands Temples
  • Both hands Adam’s apple
  • Left hand Bridge, right hand Jaw
  • 5-10 minutes, 2-3x/day
  • Good for two weeks from when you start

If you don’t know how to do a Healing Code, please go to www.healingcodevideo.com for step by step instructions on how to do the Healing Code from the book.

I also have my personal Truth Focus Statements available (you always want to focus on the positive when doing a Code) for free download at www.HealingCodesCoaching.com (look on the left column).

You can just focus on the healing the negative feelings, images, and beliefs from memories, or you can use the 12 Healing Code Categories as your guide on what to heal (one category per day, with the first and last days to cover the things that bother you the most). The 12 Categories can be found in the Healing Codes Manual, from The Heart Issues Finder, or chapter 11 of The Healing Code book.

Healing of these issues should improve your success AND your relationship with God. So please accept my gift and DO this Healing Code at some point. You may do it with other Healing Codes you are working on, or just concentrate on this one for the two weeks. You may focus on your father in one Code, and your own fathering issues in another.

Diane Eble is a Certified Healing Codes Coach-Practitioner and worked with Dr. Alex Loyd on the editing and publishing of The Healing Code book. If you want to continue healing your personal issues in a more focused way, you may order coaching and custom Healing Codes from her site at www.HealingCodesCoaching.com. There are also lots of free helps there for understanding and getting the most out of The Healing Codes.

Thanks-giving and Healing

Here in the U.S. we recently celebrated Thanksgiving.

It has always been one of my favorite holidays. Not only do I love the food we eat (turkey, stuffing, cranberry stuff, the spiced sweet potato dish I make, and pumpkin pie). Thanks-giving has turned my life around.

Back when I was a mother of a 4-year-old and a newborn, I suffered from a post-partem depression. (The Healing Codes were not yet discovered then.)

One of the things that got me out of that depression was gratitude.

Specifically, I began to look for at least three things daily that felt like “gifts.” Three things I could be thankful for.

Usually I found more than three. In fact, I found so many that 260 of the stories ended up in the publication of my book, Abundant Gifts. (You can find out more a

Focusing on past “gifts” or current blessings is a great thing to do when you are doing a Healing Code. Think of any time in your life when you felt appreciative of something or someone, a time when something touched you deeply. There will be healing power in that memory.

Or focus on whatever is good in your life now.

You might even take the challenge to write down at least 3 things for which you are grateful for each day. I can almost guarantee that it will change things for you.

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