Posted by: healingseeker | January 5, 2010

Introduction to the Healing Practice I call the Reintegration Healing Process

Edited on 5 January 2010 about article written on:

27 December 2009

There is a healing process I experienced back in 1998 called Ro-Hun when I took some spiritual workshops at a New Age university called Delphi University. Patricia Hayes, the co-owner and founder of this university brought this healing practice through.

I was in need of spiritual healing due to a traumatic divorce from a man who had raped me several times. He also visited all other forms of abuse on me short of physical. I escaped him and the marriage before that had a chance to happen. We had only been married nine months. The divorce was final two months later. I was in great need of solace and healing. So a wonderful woman named Janice worked her “healing magic” on me using the vehicle of Ro-Hun.

One of the many gifts God graced me with is the ability to transform what I experience into a step one, step two, step three, and so forth process that is easy for me to duplicate and others to learn. I guess that is part of why I was a school teacher for so many years before I took early retirement, so to speak. So I took that healing process, deleted some steps that seemed superfluous to me, added other steps that tied in with concepts taught to me by my team, and created a new healing practice that I call the Reintegration Healing Process.

While I was at Delphi University, I took an Inner Child Rescue class. I also took a workshop in Inner Child Rescues from another couple several years back (sometime between 2001 and 2003). I don’t recall the couple’s names. Once again, I took elements of those two classes and added some of that into my co-created Reintegration Healing Process as well.

I am so grateful to God and to Patricia and Janice at Delphi, and to that couple from East Tennessee for giving me the necessary foundation that led me co-create this practice. If you decide to adopt it into your life, do only the steps that resonate and eliminate or substitute other steps, so that you have a practice that will work for you in your life as well.

One other codicil: I took two Reiki classes, one in 1997 and one in 1998. I have often done Reiki on other people and verbally led them through the Reintegration Healing Process in combination with Reiki. My husband, my mother-in-law, and a few others have found the combination of both practices to be very healing.

Best wishes to you and yours,

Healing Seeker


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