Will augmented reconnective style healing (ARH) work when someone does not agree to the healing?
If by this you mean that they are rejecting the healing, then the answer is it will not work.
I have a doctor friend who thinks that I am crazy about this healing stuff. Although I have great brotherly love for my friend of many year, I would not waste my time offering a healing.
Deciding to be ill, can make you ill. The wisest man who ever lived, Salomon, said as a man thinks so he is.
Subconsciously thinking the healing will not work is a form of deciding to be sick. You are in that mind set think subconsciously to prove that the alternative healing will not work. You are thinking that you will still be sick. As a man thinks …
On the other hand, if one does not know about the healing they are not actively rejecting it even though they are not agreeing to it per se.
Example, I went to visit my uncle in a nursing home. I was told that he had slipped into a coma two weeks before. My cousin had told me that the doctors were putting him in hospice the next day. He could not agree to anything.
I started doing ARL on him. After I finished, I went into the hall and told my cousin that I had felt something so there was hope. I also during the healing mentally told my uncle that it was not time for him to go yet.
That was in the evening. Early the next morning I was awoken by the phone. I thought … oh no he has passed.
It was my cousin. This was the day that hospice was to start. He told me that he had just received a call.
That call was from my uncle. He had awoken from the coma. After telling my cousin that he did not know where he was, he told my cousin that he should pick him up.
He was disoriented for a while. He spent a few more days in the nursing home. Then he went back home and lived 5 more years. He died of other causes.
Agreement in such situations is not a determining factor. There is a similar situation in many distant healings which I do. I have worked with family members about someone far away, like from San Antonio where I live, to Chicago. These did not know what the family members were doing with me so they were not rejecting the healing.
So I am thinking that agreement is not the determining factor. A more important factor is if the person is rejecting the healing. That rejection may be conscious or subconscious.
You have seen this I am sure in traditional healing often people reject the healing even though they are taking treatments that have a descent success rate. They expect to have a chronic problem; so they do in spite of the good treatment. They expect to die; so they die in spite of the treatment. It is the same with ARH.
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