How do you bring healing services to people who need it and are less mobile?
Here is why Relief from Pain is buying a mobile therapy centre: the healing bus.
Someone said last week: oh! But I am sure there is already an app for that, just check you iPhone or playstore. Is it there?
How do you reach people who are in pain and unable to leave their house? People, who are stuck in bed and unable to move? How and where can they receive healing? Is there an app for that?
When a mobile app is not yet available, we need to connect in a different way, in a more old-fashionate way. Why?
Nobody should be left alone with their pain
The wheels on the bus go round and round... round and round...
Trapped inside your body in constant pain.
Trapped inside your own mind of unhappiness, discontentment and fear.
The wheels go round and round...
Being able to help anyone
I have practised Reiki Healing for nearly 15 years. It is a very effective method to relieve pain , physical, mental and emotional. It helps anyone, young and old without any side effects.
More and more people who are suffering from a (chronic) illness are stuck in their homes. Public transport is impossible, taxi is often too expensive and some don't have (enough) friends and family to help them out.
Meet my friend, Danielle, 65 years old, retired and still living on her own in London. She is in a wheel chair, suffering from different illnesses as a result from a brain tumor that was removed when she was only 20 years old. Unless I visit her, she cannot enjoy her Healing sessions she needs to feel better. Healing helps her manage her constant pain, the stress and her emotional wellbeing.
There are many people like Danielle, stuck in their homes, often lonely, left alone with their pain and their misery, all day, every day.
We need your support
To help people like Danielle, we want to convert a double dekker bus into our very own Mobile Healing Centre on The Healing Bus: then healers can drive to places to meet people like Danielle who are in pain and need healing.
We need £11,000 for this project.