I was invited to be a guest on the podcast of a great guy I met a few times when doing interviews for my local radio show. His name is Dave “Wheels” Maxwell. His nickname of “Wheels” comes from him being in a wheelchair. Wheels is skeptical of the word or the concept of a spiritual healer. His argument against healers was that he was in a wheelchair and anything I said or did was not going to get him out of the wheelchair.
It bothered me that I didn’t have an answer for him. So I put the question to the Adepts. They are the spirit guides who have guided my course in this world. The thing about the Adepts is that they all have been through the human experience themselves. They have experienced every anguish, ego driven motive or temper tantrum. They have total understanding of what we humans are experiencing.
The answer that the Adepts gave surprised me. It also exposed a bit of arrogance in myself and my friend Wheels. The Adepts told me that perfection doesn’t exist in the physical world. It is only the limited understanding of humans that expect everyone to be the same. Wheels didn’t walk because he served his purpose to not walk.
It is true that Wheels is such a great guy and inspires everyone with how optimistic he is in dealing with this life’s set of circumstances. When I explained to him what the Adepts told me, some of his cynicism melted. He shared with me something that I have heard from other persons with disabilities. Wheels admitted that he would have been a total asshole if he didn’t deal with a physical disability. His set of circumstances has forced him to be a better person. There is nothing to heal there.
On a side note, Wheels has been sharing his campaign to walk every day with his listeners. He is up to twenty-eight minutes a day. He is inspired and motivated to walk more and more. He is challenging himself in an incredible feat of endurance and personal focus. So the definition of healing is actually to be more empowered than an earlier version of yourself.
Readers might like to experience the SFT taps for themselves …
Say each statement three times while tapping on the top of your head, a fourth time while tapping on your chest, and a fifth time while tapping on your abdomen.
We release confusing healing with perfection; in all moments
We release competing for perfection in the physical world; in all moments
We release an aversion to healing; in all moments
We release all cynicism that is preventing our empowerment; in all moments
We remove all blockages to learning from the Adepts; in all moments
We release listening to outer mandates instead of the Adepts; in all moments
We release personifying our limitations in the understanding of the Adepts; in all moments
We remove all blockages to our empowerment; in all moments
We remove all blockages to our omniscience; in all moments
We remove all blockages to our omnipotence; in all moments
We remove all blockages to our omnipresence; in all moments
We are centered and empowered in our omniscience, omnipotence, and omnipresence; in all moments