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Spiritual Healing is a completely natural process that promotes better health - the channelling of healing energies through the healer to the client brings this about. It re-energises and relaxes the client so that his or her natural resources are enabled to deal with illness or injury in the best possible way. Sally Chaffer MNFSH is a full healer member of the National Federation of Spiritual Healers (The Healing Trust)

... how spiritual healing works

Spiritual Healing is a natural energy therapy. It complements conventional medicine by treating the whole person - body, mind and spirit. Spiritual Healers act as a conduit for healing energy which relaxes the body, releases tensions and stimulates self-healing. The benefits of healing can be felt on many levels, not just physical, and the effects can be profound

... what spiritual healing involves

Spiritual Healing involves no religious belief. It is not faith healing - in fact it can be used to treat animals and even plants - so no belief is required

The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly
Buddha

Healing can be sent from a distance if the client is not able to travel, or over the telephone. Most people, though, prefer contact healing. Seated on a chair or laying on a couch, the healer will attune to the energies and channel healing to the client. This can be done using light touch, or no touch at all, often a combination of the two

Healing does not in any way interfere with medical treatments

... after spiritual healing

Sometimes healing is successful in one treatment. Far more often, the improvement is gradual. Please don't be discouraged and give up in the early stages - it is rare for anyone to receive healing over a period of time without feeling some benefit

Healing

Spiritual Healing is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment but is complementary to it. If you have a medical problem, you should continue to consult your doctor

... treatment summary

how: Seated in a chair or lying on a treatment couch. Only the shoes need to be removed for the clients comfort

where: In your own home. To enhance the relaxation aspect of the healing Sally offers a mobile service (around the Leeds area of West Yorkshire) so the client doesn't have to drive home straight afterwards

how often: Depends on the requirements of the client and the nature of the condition being treated. Many people find the maximum benefit from a course of weekly healing sessions but of course there is no obligation to commit to that beforehand

cost: Please contact Sally for details

... healing centres

In addition to her private clients, Sally also volunteers at the following charitable organisations:

  • Leeds Healing Centre
    • Healing is offered by members of The Healing Trust every Friday from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm (last healing session 2.30 pm). This is a drop-in centre so no prior appointment is necessary. Donations are welcome to help cover costs
    • Held at the Burley Lodge Centre, 42-46 Burley Lodge Road, Leeds LS6 1QF
    • For more information visit their web site at www.leedshealingcentre.org
  • Natural Healing Centre
    • Healing is offered by members of The Healing Trust every Thursday evening from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm (last healing session 8.30 pm). This is a drop-in centre so no prior appointment is necessary. Donations are welcome to help cover costs
    • Held at the Friends Meeting House, 136 Street Lane, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2BW (the same venue as Sally's workshops), click here for directions
    • For more information either visit The Healing Trust web site at www.thehealingtrust.org.uk or Sally
  • The Positive Care Programme
    • The Positive Care Programme is a registered charity which provides a free course of complementary therapies especially designed for people with long-standing health problems and people who are carers (looking after someone with health problems
    • Please refer to their web page at www.touchstone-leeds.co.uk or ring Hannah Howe on 0113 210 3343 for more details and information on how to join the programme
  • The Marigold Wellbeing Centre (formerly The Yorkshire Cancer Help Centre)
    • The Marigold Wellbeing Centre offers support for people with cancer and other chronic conditions
    • Please refer to their web site at www.marigoldwellbeingcentre.org.uk for more details and information on how to join the programme
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