ON THE ROAD TO SIMON'S HOUSE

Humility and the heart of a healer

Spiritual healing goes hand in hand with humility.

That's what I continue to discover in my own healing practice. In its most obvious form, humility shows a mature willingness to put the brakes on selfish and materialistic motives. And it allows the Christ—God's presence and power—to govern. Humility is not an unworthy, "Don't look at me" state of thought—that comes with a mountain of fear behind it. Authentic humility is firm, fearless, and says: "Look at what God can do. His goodness and grace satisfy you and heal you." Far from a weak state of mind, humility brings power and stability to the healer and to the one seeking healing.

December 1, 2008
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