Helen a Healer
A person who loves is also a healer.
Should there be limits to the love that heals?
Have you ever wandered the streets at night, or at midday, to cure love pains? Love pains are not easily cured. No drugstore caries the remedy and no pub dispenses the healing 'waters.' Nor is the curative process taught by professors in universities. It seems we are alone with our love pains, and yet they are so easily cured. We all have the capacity to heal and often we are touched by the forces of this healing, but rarely do we open our hearts and hands. We shy away from the process of healing for a thousand excuses, all may seem important though they close the door to the greatest principle in the universe, the Principle of Universal Love.
Sadly, we know far too little about the nature of universal principles, like the Principle of Universal Gravity, for example. We know that it exists and that there is no place in the universe that we can escape to in order to get away from it. But what is it?
The Principle of Universal Love is a bit like that. We can't get away from it, though we try. We call our success-stories in denying this principle, love pains. Maybe we are as highly successful in creating ourselves love pains, as we are, because we have been taught not to see love as a universal principle. We insist on having it narrowed down into manageable chunks and have it privatized and hidden away with fences built around it, and our sex imprisoned within it. Maybe the healing begins when the fences are lowered and love and sex unfold as a universal principle.
The book presented here, Helen a Healer, carries an exploration story for the larger healing. The story is from Book 1 (Discovering Love) of my series of 12 novels, The Lodging for the Rose. The story is situated in Leipzig, Germany, near the end of the Communist era, though it could be situated anywhere and in any modern timeframe
For more information on the
book, the novels, the Ice Age science, the Kaleidoscope Project, and related
aspects, please visit my CYGNI website:
Rolf A. F. Witzsche