Distance Healing is not a substitute for professional Healthcare that an individual may be receiving and while we have observed the benefits of the Distance Healing we do not claim to diagnose or cure any condition of mind, body or spirit. We do not give medical advice, perform medical treatment, prescribe substances or interfere with the treatment of a Healthcare professional.
Distance Healing can support wellbeing for mind, body and spirit in a way that is needed, and it is safe to receive alongside any professional Healthcare. The healing is intended as a complementary therapy, or as an aid to personal relaxation or stress reduction, and is not meant to replace one-to-one professional Healthcare.
Receiving Distance Healing should not under any circumstances be used as a justification to alter or replace the service, treatment, medication or advice provided by a Healthcare professional. If you are registering the Distance Healing for another individual, it is your responsibility to make this known to them.
The Distance Healing is offered for 30 minutes each day, 5 days a week, and the effect is cumulative across the course of the program. Although we endeavour to respond appropriately to all enquiries we receive about the Distance Healing, we are not able to manage requests for counselling or other pastoral care throughout the program.
Please consult a Healthcare professional for any severe physical or psychological ailment that you may be suffering from, and in any situations where your symptoms persist.
The benefits of the Distance Healing may not be perceivable to all recipients. There are many factors that influence an individual’s experience, including personal beliefs, sensitivity to energy, openness to new concepts and the ability to practice relaxation.