One morning, I was having tea with my friend at work, when May walked in. She sat down gracefully, and joined us in our conversation. Somewhere along the conversation, she mentioned that she is hosting a course on Pranic Healing. I was interested and asked her what it was about. When she explained, I grew more and more interested in learning about Pranic Healing. Somehow, I got busy with my very busy life, and it didn’t exactly slip away from my mind, it was still there, but I sort of set it aside. Until one day, I was walking along a corridor and a pile of dust fell right into my eyes. I got asthma all night and my eyes were red and irritated.
The next morning, I was explaining what happened to that same friend at work, and what do you know, May walks in. I told her what happened, and she told me that she could heal me. That’s when a flashback whizzed through my brain, and I remembered Pranic Healing. I began asking her more questions, and I realized what a peaceful person she is. She is so full of peace and love…I don’t know how to describe her! But she gives you a sense of serenity when she is around, and I felt good about that and decided to go to a healing session. After the session, I felt different. I won’t talk about it because I don’t want people to think that I’m advertizing here because I’m seriously not. I’m simply expressing myself in my blog, and this is truly how I feel, and truly what i experienced. I felt different. I felt like someone else. I was born again, somehow. I was a more peaceful me. I’m still who I am, but there’s something inside me that feels so good…just like that feeling of serenity I described when May walks into the room.
I told May that I will be attending the Healing Course because I want to learn to heal others too! It’s simply amazing. You can do that too by attending the Pranic Healing Course (check http://pranichealingkw.wordpress.com for the details).
Today I had another chat with May, and she told me a wonderful story, and I’m still thinking about it. I told her that I can never seem to forgive anyone who has hurt me. I do eventually, but it takes a very long time for me to do that and I would never forget if a person did something bad to me. She told me that I should try to see the good in people and to forget the bad. It’s easy to say that, I know…but actually try to do that. Eventually you will see them as good people, and you will love them, and through this love, they will change and truly become good people. For all you scientific people out there, this makes total sense, because in one of those Psychological Scientific studies, forgot which one, scientists found that if you tell a person that they’re bad, even if they’re not, eventually they become bad, and vice versa.
So from today, this is going to be my mission, to learn to forgive and forget. Afterall, I would only be harming myself with all the negativity if I decided to remember 😉