Over the years I have had lots of children come to me for healing, and I have loved every minute I have spent with each and every one of them.
At the moment I have three little ones coming for treatments, two girls and a boy.
Now the reason I’m writing this today is because my little boy has been to see me, he’s just turned nine years old. He absolutely loves his treatments, just last time when I had finished he asked if he could have some more please, after already having a full treatment, the time I would have given a grown man.
Many years ago I decided I wanted to give the children a little thank you gift from me for being so good.
I happen to love butterflies and my healing room is full of them. Every size available and all pretty gentle colours with lots of sparkle. I managed to find a supplier of the very small ones and I bought a box of each colour. So after each treatment each liitle girl gets to choose a butterfly as a gift.
So what could I give the boys?
A family memeber was in Afghanistan many years ago and brought me back a huge piece of Lapis Lazuli, it’s the most beautiful blue imaginable. He was also able to source some small smooth bits of lapis. So I have a beautiful lapis bowl full of small smooth pieces of lapis that feel wonderful to the touch and the colour is perfect, perfect for a boy.
Now the first time I told this little boy he could choose a piece of lapis for himself, he asked me if he could please have one for his brother. He said he would just take the one, but he would like to give it to his brother and would that be alright ? Trust me, he meant every word. This is a very kind caring little man.
I told him because he was being so kind, he could choose two, one for himself and one for his brother.
He comes to see me every six weeks now to keep his energy strong, and he loves it.
Six weeks ago he chose quite a big piece of Lapis for himself, which was unusual, he normally chooses very small pieces. I explained to him he could use this bit as a gratitude (thank you) stone, and he asked me what that meant, so I explained .
I told him that whenever he picked that particular bit of Lapis up from his bedside table, he could stop for a few moments and think of all the things he would like to says thank you for, all the things he was grateful for.
He could say thank you for a wonderful mother and father, he could say thank you for a great brother, so I asked him what he would like to say thank you for today.
And this was his answer.
“I would like to say thank you for the wonderful treatment I have just had”.....
Trust me - it doesn’t get much better than that.
I had tears in my eyes. I thanked him for his very kind thought and he gave me a hug.
That’s why I love what I do.
Thank you Lord for guiding me to what I was meant to be doing so many years ago now.
Blessings to one and all.