healee

Related to healee: Heelys, healer

healee

(hiːˈliː)
n
1. (Medicine) a person who is being healed
2. (Complementary Medicine) a person who is being healed
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Krieger stated "during TT the healer acts as a human support system, [his or her] own health energy field providing the scaffolding to guide the re-patterning of the healee's weakened and disrupted energy flow.
Contact: Dr David Healee, Postgraduate Head of Health Care Practice at the Auckland University of Technology.
The healing process becomes a cocreated experience, whereby the healer and healee develop a joint awareness about the body-mind state of the healee, and offers an alternative stance the healee can utilize.
Psychology, for example, can examine the dynamics of the relationship between healer and healee, and look at physiological processes that may be involved such as those studied by psychonueroimmunology (PNI)).
In her book (see resources), Therapeutic Touch founder Delores Krieger describes it as follows: "The healer sensitively draws upon the universal energies that are the backdrop to all living events and within which both healer and healee [sic] are figures sharing a unitary nature."
Dossey also examines research on "nonlocal" healing where the healee was unaware that prayer was being projected from a distance.
To make enquires about the Certificate of Proficiency RNAA course, contact Dr David Healee, Postgraduate Head of Health Care Practice at the Auckland University of Technology.
Healing is sometimes a surprise to both the healee and those who work to promote recovery or cure.
The authors describe a characteristic inner attitude that seems necessary for the success of healers: a decrease in robust effort, an enhanced sensitivity toward inner events, and an absorption that allows a "surrender" to the healing process or to the healee. Such terms as empathy, selfless love, sympathy, and compassion are often used to describe the way healers relate to the person in need.
In this sense, it is difficult to designate one as "healer" and one as "healee." Indeed, given the nature of unitary field processes, each can be both, with the "healee" mobilizing her/his own innate healing abilities and the "healer" experiencing enhanced well-being.
He encourages "healees" to write down their experiences so that others may learn from these.
Moreover, she does not mention Rhea White's valuable collection of accounts and analyses of psi experiences published for many years in her journal, Exceptional Human Experience, nor, for instance, the phenomenological analyses of healers' and healees' firsthand experiences of PK that White and her colleagues (Krippner, Winstead III, & White, 2002) carried out.