Phoenix Mission Launch
Phoenix Mission Launch
We now begin the process of testing the hypothesis that healing beyond what is considered medically possible can actually be achieved.
To have the maximum probability of proving the hypothesis I believe that the testing process must be co-creative. By that I mean that each person involved in the process must have input into creating the process. As I posted before, this is not something I can write up for others to use and follow. I don't know how to do that. Neither does anyone else. But if we meet and work in a spirit of teamwork and co-operation, each one putting in what he or she has, we will develop a process and infuse it with an energy that will support and probably be essential for the kind of healing we intend.
In practical terms, I will describe some healing interventions. I suggest that each participant in the Missionconsider each intervention from the following perspectives:
- Does this feel like something I'd like to try?
- What aspects of this intervention are not clear to me?
- If I decide to use this intervention how would I go about it?
- What questions do I need to ask to get the information to make an informed decision?
- Do I commit to trying this intervention?
I suggest that you try the above process on the two interventions I have already described, the vitamin C and vitamin D protocols.
As you go through the process I encourage you to post your questions and comments on the blog. I will respond and would like for the other participants in the Mission to put in whatever comes up for them. In this way I believe we can develop a group consciousness that will enable us to access and develop a far more powerful process than any one of us could create alone.
This raises the question, how is the participant in the Mission different from the one reading the blog who is interested in trying a particular intervention? I think the main difference is a difference of intent. Intent is very powerful if one holds it steadily. If one holds the intent to discover whether healing beyond what is considered medically possible is achievable, that person is far more likely to actually achieve that healing than is one whose intent is to try a particular intervention to see if it will help. I know from long clinical experience that many of the interventions I will be describing are often very beneficial for many people. The only way to find out is to try. People reading the blog and trying to the interventions can give and receive great help by posting their comments. Their participation is strongly encouraged.
In the next blog I will say the bit about designing and refining the way we work with together on the Missionand also give you another intervention to consider.