Time to Blog

Well this one is wayyyyyyyyy overdue. My good friend John Daltrey who lives down in Tuscon, always sends me a reminder postcard that’s it’s been awhile since I last blogged and I think John has now sent two or three since my last blog. There’s been so many things lately that have spurred me on to write a blog, but then I get caught up in day to day stuff and the thoughts pass. This whole swine flu thing has been so ridiculous I thought it best not to comment since it all felt so dumb.

Many years ago there was a sugar shortage. Yes, a real life shortage on sugar because the cane crop had some problem. Don’t ask me when this was. I just remember it was in my lifetime and women were freaking out because the price of sugar had skyrocketed and they were concerned about running out of sugar for baking. I remember asking my intuition at the time why it was happening and the words I heard were “it’s a distraction.” It was a distraction so that we wouldn’t pay attention to something else going on in the world.
Last year I heard the same thing about the gas prices and a couple of weeks ago, I heard the same thing about the Swine Flu. Distracting us from what I’m not sure… and I’m not one to get caught up in conspiracy theories. I hate anything that promotes paranoia, so I hesitate to even write these thoughts, but I’m going to anyway.

The subject that got my Irish ire up today (once again) is the total dis-regard for spiritual healing. It drives me crazy. I’ve seen more amazing miracles with spiritual healing than anything that the medical field has to offer and yet over and over people limit their health and care to medicine. I don’t know what it’s going to take to get the public to realize that the Gifts of the Spirit, namely spiritual healing (and the gift of prophecy) are still happening in the 21st century.

I read an article about Farrah Fawcett this morning that got this whole thing going. When she was first diagnosed, I called her agent, whom I know personally, and asked him to talk to Farrah about getting healings. I never heard back from them. The article this morning is all about her being in her dying process.

Three years ago I was at Farrah’s house, filming a piece for a reality show called Chasing Farrah. I’m not breaching any confidentiality by talking about this because the whole thing was aired on tv. While I was there, Farrah was very tired and was having a tough time pulling her energy together to tape the segment. While sitting next to her on the couch, my hands heated up and I asked her if she would mind me channeling some healing energy to her. She was more than fine with it so I channeled energy to her while giving her a reading. After the session, she was jumping on the couch, full of energy. She felt great and she had that beautiful spark back in her eyes. Our time together was very special.

So a year later, when she found out she had cancer, why didn’t they take me up on the offer? Why are people so dismissing of the healing energy? I had another case a couple weeks ago of a father whose daughter was sporadically coming for healing for a serious health problem. She had very good results with each healing, but because she only came once in awhile, the father was very dismissing of the good that the healings had done because she wasn’t healed instantly.

I can’t say it enough. Spiritual healing WORKS. It’s amazing. God’s healing energy is alive and well and available to anyone who asks for it. Some healings take awhile, some are healed instantly. The healing process is between God and the person asking for healing.

If your religion, pastor, minister, priest or rabbi tell you that spiritual healing died when Jesus died, tell them to read Corinthians. Jesus and Paul both taught spiritual healing and told the disciples to go out and teach others how to channel healing. The Gift of Healing is one of the Gifts of the Spirit and it says that these nine Gifts of the Spirit come from the Holy Spirit.

No clergy person has the right to tell us who has the gift and who doesn’t. Only the Holy Spirit can do that. So if you suspect you can channel this amazing energy, go within and ask God for guidance with it. I’ve had so many different religions tell me that if I’m not in their religion or a member of their congregation, I can’t possibly channel true healing energy and I’m here to tell you that is pure BUNK.

Thanks for listening to me rant. Now I’m taking my Irish ire outside to work in the garden.

Enjoy your day,

Echo Bodine

Echo Bodine first discovered she had psychic abilities at the age of 17. Over the years she has written many books, hosted TV and radio shows, worked as an intuitive teacher and ghostbuster and continues to help people world-wide to open to their own intuitive capacities. Read More and follow Echo on Facebook and Twitter