We find reality through our perception. When every component of our perceptive field is integrated into a whole we see that as reality. If we do not add any bias to any component of perception, then we can trust that it is real.
Prejudices and other biases alter perception, forming a point of view. An integrated point of view may appear real, though it skews reality toward that viewpoint. Then, we have a window, but not the whole picture.
As healers, when we relate with the patient and merge with in an integrated perceptive field two things happen:
1. We know the reality of the patient as we know our own
2. We can manifest our intention in the relation.
That is the realm of the projective meditative mind. If we can completely lose all points of view, then anything and everything can be healed.
A similar principle can be applied simply to healing others. Every viewpoint that the patient holds results in some condition or position in the patient. Not all points of view are equal. Some result in positive relations, others, negative; some loving, others adversarial.
If we agree that physical, emotional and spiritual conditions are held in consciousness, then we can say that these conditions can change or be released with a shift in the consciousness. Simply, a change in a person’s perception or viewpoint can precipitate healing in that person. There can be a very strong resonance between the perception and a condition.
Sometimes it is simpler to address the perception than the condition. A perception can flip in a moment.