January 19, 2015

I Believe In Christ

I have a few goals for 2015. One of those goals is to step more fully into myself as a whole being by sharing an aspect of myself that is sometimes hard to share. One way I committed to doing this is by sharing  my religious testimony, in a big way, once a month throughout this year. My first one is a huge step out of my comfort zone by sharing it here. Last month I shared 3 letters of my testimony at my son's mission blog. Please feel free to partake of the spirit of those letters.

I have always admired the healers who have been vocal about their religious beliefs. It doesn't matter if they share my beliefs. I admire the courage to say, “This is a part of who I am.” I have seen some who share my beliefs be hush-hush about it. I have even seen one side step the questions about her religion. Almost as if they were embarrassed or if it was going to prevent them from having business. I must admit this has been a fear of mine. Then, I see Dr. Bradly Nelson of The Emotion Code (affiliate link) and Leslie Householder who have not denied nor hide their beliefs. They are both very successful and respectful of other points of view.

So what do I believe? I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as the Mormons. I share this as a way to let people know where I am coming from, what they can expect from me as a healer and friend.

I have a strong belief in the Savior Jesus Christ. I know that He died on the cross for me after suffering in the garden of Gethsemane. I believe that He visited the America's and the account of that event is found in the Book of Mormon. I do believe that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Christ. The first testament of Christ being the Bible. I believe in families being together forever and the blessings that come from the temple.

Ways that this affects my healing?

I pray to Heavenly Father (God) in the name of Christ. I use prayer with all of my healing. I don't necessarily offer a prayer on my meditations, but I do offer prayers while I am making them. I release things in the name of Christ as well. I will refer to both beings individually as I believe they are two separate beings one in purpose. I will refer to the Spirit and my spirit. One is the Holy Ghost, spirit guidance from above and one is my own spirit.

I choose not to speak to angels, unless the spirit suggests that I do. This is a rare thing as I prefer to get information straight from the source, my Father in Heaven.

Another aspect is my belief on eternal life. I do believe we existed before we were born. I do not believe we have ever lived on this planet before. I have a lot of theories on the concept of reincarnation, but I'll keep those to myself. I believe that we will continue to live after we leave this world. We're on a path of progression and gaining a body is just one part of this plan.

I do healing sessions for spirits that have moved on, including my own family predecessors. I believe that they, for the most part, let go of this world, but they may have something that holds them back from progression. If I am led to it, I heal it. I've seen interesting miracles in the lives of their descendants when I do.

When I say “I heal” I mean that I am the tool for healing. I am the one setting the intention, using the meditations or other releasing methods. The truth is that healing is only possible through the atonement of Christ. He didn't suffer just for sin. He suffered for all the pain that we have experienced and He wants us to be whole and perfect, like He is. He is the healer.

So this is my testimony for all to see. I am a “Mormon”.

To learn more about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints go here.

Thanks for reading. I appreciate you for you. I respect that not all people reading this share my beliefs. It's ok. We are all on our own paths. I hope you are open to the Spirit to lead you on your path, wherever it goes.

In Love and Light,

Michele Lewis
Identity Specialist & Home Healer


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