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To become a Deeksha Practitioner does not require you to receive a mystical initiation from anyone. You are already bestowed with the gift - all you need do is use it more consciously.
Over the centuries there have been people who have had the gift for performing miracles. Were these people able to perform miracles because they were great people or, did we give them the status of greatness because they were able to do something that the average person could not?
Some people believe that the ability to heal is a divine gift but perhaps the only reason they think of it as a gift is because they don't understand how the healing process works. If they did then then they might call it a technique. Let's take an example from the field of hypnotherapy. At one stage people thought that the hypnotist wielded a special power over the subject. Later people came to realise that the results were achieved by the power of suggestion; and a more current understanding is that the subject gives prestige to the hypnotist which has the effect of creating a state of suggestability in the subject - who then either accepts or rejects the suggestions of the hypnotist - so the results are gained by self hypnosis.
Emile Coue (1857-1926) a French pharmacist and founder of the New Nancy School, developed a method of hypnosis which brought about miraculous healings. He is best known for his mantra, "Everyday in everyway, I am getting better and better." Coue explained to his patients that he possessed no special healing powers. "The patient carried in themself the instrument of their own well being. The results they got were due to the realisation of each patients own thought. He had merely been an agent calling the ideas of health into their minds. Henceforth they could, and must be the pilots of their own destiny."
Reference: An autobiographical article at www.emilecoue.wwwhubs.com. Emile Coue (1857-1926): Father of Applied Conditioning.
On the other hand Bruno Groening (1906 - 1959) a German miracle healer who took the attitude that, "I am only God's humble servant.", was opposed to the techniques of hypnosis and suggestion believing that, "I am permitted to help a person find the path to righteousness but I may not make this decision for him or force him towards it. Everyone must find the way alone." And further, "The healings which occurred through him [Groening] are inseparably bound to a renewed return to belief in God and an inner re-orientation of the recipient."
Reference: From Bruno Groening - A Revolution in Medicine. The rehabilitation of a man who was misunderstood. A medical documentation on spiritual healing. Dr. Matthias Kamp, M.D. Published at www.bruno-groening.org/english/mwf/buchauszug/revolution2.htm
So we have two people from divergent backgrounds, both able to facilitate miraculous healings. From biographical descriptions given of both men, most of us would agree that Bruno Groening was at a higher level of consciousness – and yet even though Groening was critical of hypnosis, nevertheless he shared a similar attitude to Coue. Neither took credit for the healing. Instead they believed there needs to be a reorienation within the individual.
Contrast the attitude of these two Westerners with the following quote describing the transmission of divine energy from an Eastern perspective, “Diksha is the power of the Guru’s Grace pouring into the brain and consciousness of the recipient.”
From this brief discussion we can understand that there have been those people down the ages holding different beliefs and philosophies, working with people of different beliefs and philosophies, who have been able to facilitate miraculous healings. The healers themselves range over levels of consciousness and attitudes to how the healing occurs. A few are enlightened, some have reached high levels of spiritual consciousness, some are just ordinary folk but they share a similar attitude that the healer is just an instrument (of God) that helps the subject to bring about a reorientation within themselves. (Except perhaps for some people who like to see themselves as the most important part in the healing process.)
So, in my humble opinion, if you feel a calling to help facilitate healings then you should follow your energy - trust yourself - you don’t need to wait for permission from someone to whom you give prestige, instead do as Buddha suggested and, “Be a light unto yourself.”
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Osho, the late contemporary Indian mystic, tells us that down the centuries the preisthood withheld information from the masses as a means to maintain their power. Even now Catholic masses are still said in Latin. Since the 20th century many power structures have given way to a much more egalitarian society. For example, during the 20th century women got the right to vote in Western Democracies and blacks were given the right to vote in America and Australia.
In the later part of the 20th century with computerisation we got the concept of an information age. Religous scriptures were translated from their native tongue into many other languages. Steadily the patriachal fascist socio-politico-religious structures began to lose their power to a New Age religion, in which men, women and children become free to explore their own consciousness, free from the constraints of a male dominated preisthood. No longer do you need to wait for permission to communicate with God – you can be one with God right now.
However, in the East there is still the concept of initiation. For example, when one feels they are ready to learn how to meditate they request initiation from a master but do you really need to get permission to meditate? Is this not a denial of your own inate abilities?
When it comes to meditation, you already have a witnessing consciousness. You already have had the experience of accidental witnessing, so to be initiated into meditation would seem to bely the fact that you already have an aptitude in this area. All a meditation teacher can do is to help you become better at what you already are doing.
Likewise most people already know how to give Deeksha to some degree. When you have a sore stomach what do you do? Do you lay your hands upon that area? When you feel frustated or stressed do you place your hands upon your head? And where specificically do you place your hands? When you want to comfort someone do you hug them? And when you do so, where do you place your hands? Did you ever pray to God for one reason or another? So you already have the basics.
Deeksha is an ancient Indian technique that has come into the New Age. Strip it from its mystical packaging and it is just a simple hands on healing technique. A beautiful technique but still a technique all the same. Being a technique means that you can learn how to do it – the gift does not have to be bestowed upon you. If you want to learn how to give Deeksha then click on the button below.