Are people in the park happier than those out clubbing at night?
Why is healing in the park scary and healing in a night club in London really cool?
Strange question, you think? Not sure where I am coming from?
OK, here is what happened:
Healing in the Park
Last summer, yes, when the sun was high in the sky and the sunlight was filtered through the bundles of Canadian oaktrees leaves in Kidwell Park in Maidenhead, we set up our healing patch by one of the walking paths. Great location, loads of people walking: a couple of chairs, a couple of healers, some children, a couple of rollup banners, picnic blankets, food and drinks. It was early afternoon and the place was a busy, people relaxing, people walking, people enjoying the sunshine.
'Hey, would you like some free healing?'
Apologetic smile and severe pointing to any direction and mumble, about yes, you know, and so...
‘Free healing session, please take a seat!’
And people just quickened their step.
‘Come and enjoy a healing energy boost, feel happy, healthy...’
No, thanks, got to get a pint, got to go to the town, got to.. got to get, not now...
‘OK, let’s give each other a healing boost, that will attract other people to want to receive some beautiful healing energy.’
People stood and watched, people took photos, people smiled, people seemed interested. Then they did walk away when we invited them to come and have a session with us. After 2.5 hours we just decided to call it a day and enjoy the next music band and have a well deserved chilled juice and some happy food.
Healing in a Night Club
Last night we did a slightly different event, it was called Inner Fire at Vaudeville Nightclub in London. There also was live music and super cool DJ’en. A lot of distractions, drinks, bit of dancing, meeting cool new people. Healing sessions in a nightclub? It is a very different idea, I agree. We set up rollup banners, some water, some leaflets, some party food, no children this time! Over 18’s only, of course. First inquisitive people are milling around.
‘Healing boost? Would you like to sit on the pink chair?’
‘No, thanks, looks great though.’
OK, nice compliment. That is encouraging. The next person, and we have a yes! It was a short Healing Zing to boost Friday night energy after a long week. Our first happy customer. The person after that was a fully trained and powerful natural Reiki Healer: now things are getting interesting.
Heal the Healer
It has always been something on my list of services. Healers are naturally giving and compassionate people. So who looks after us? It was a beautiful session, very mutually beneficial. It felt great. Then a couple of friends came in and before we knew there was a queue. The singer came, the lady working at the bar, one of the bouncers, the sound engineer, we did nearly 20 sessions over the next 2.5 hours. Some people were in pain, physically, others emotionally. Others just needed a bit of a boost, something to support them, something to lift them, to hold them, to rebalance them back into health and happiness... some Energy Healing.
Healing in park is scary, Healing in a club in London is very successful.
Why is healing in the park scary?
Why did people run away?
Are we happier in the summer?
Are we more in need of healing in a night club?
What made people queue in the nightclub to receive healing?
Are we trendsetters, Relief from Pain Healers and Pain Relievers?