A client/friend alerted me to a new show on TLC entitled The Healer, starring Australian energy healer, Charlie Goldsmith. While a tropical storm battered my Honolulu apartment windows, through the magic of modern technology, I downloaded episode one to see what this Charlie fellow was all about.
After the first fifteen minutes, I was air pumping, “Yes!” A reality show featuring an energy healer in action will hopefully open more than a few minds. Charlie Goldsmith and his sidekick, Amber, are both easy on the eyes, plus speak with engaging Aussie accents. Yeah, they make good TV.
Episode one begins with a woman named Diamond suffering from a disorder now called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome CRPS (formerly referred to as RSD Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome). I am very familiar with that disease because my Supernal friend, Paula, went through seven years of hell with it until she was healed through Reiki. Her story is covered in both my Supernal Series books.
As is common with CRPS, Diamond’s disorder began with a fall. The body registers extreme pain and simply never stops. Complex Regional Pain sufferers have the worst pain known for a disorder. It is constant. The brain and nervous system seem to get stuck in the highest pain mode and don’t turn off the switch. The condition often affects one side of the body and spreads. Doctors attempt pain control with meds and surgical pain block devices, but patients become debilitated and suffer for years.
When Charlie Goldsmith visits Diamond, she has been suffering for two months. She is in a wheel chair. Her husband has turned into her full time caregiver. Her three children are learning to deal with a disabled mother. This being reality TV, their difficult home life is given considerable air time.
Charlie and Amber arrive to see if Charlie’s gift can give Diamond some relief. Watching Charlie “work” was very interesting to me. He simply asks a few questions about the patient’s problem, then shuts his eyes and gets into his healing mode. Most of the time he sits with his hands cupped forming a small energy ball. His eye lids flutter. He tells Diamond he is looking at her energy body and making adjustments.
This method is very reminiscent of the descriptions of distance energy healing laid out in the book, Dream Healer, the first book published by Dr. Adam McLeod when he was a teenager and used only his first name to maintain some privacy. He describes seeing a holographic image of a person’s energy body and making adjustments in a multidimensional way to promote healing. It appears Charlie Goldsmith has a similar gift.
Goldsmith doesn’t employ the full over body hand waving common in Reiki and other energy healing modalities. Rather, he tunes in and makes his adjustments in a multidimensional fashion. Those of us who do distance healing “get it.” I’m sure it seems incomprehensible to people who live strictly within their five senses.
Diamond responds very well to Charlie’s treatment. Her pain level immediately decreases dramatically and he coaxes her into standing and taking a few steps. It takes courage on her part to lean on the leg that had been a source of excruciating pain just a few minutes before. In lovely reality TV fashion, her family cries and embraces her.
Personally, I totally buy into the Goldsmith effect because I witnessed an identical “miracle” twelve years ago with Paula. Of course, I don’t believe it is a “miracle,” but rather an adjustment in frequency through energy medicine. Not only will healers like Charlie be able to help chronic pain sufferers, but I believe devices (See article on Trinfinity8) will be developed that will make similar adjustments when we finally break away from chemicals for medicine and embrace energy medicine.
Anyway, back to The Healer, episode one continues with Charlie treating a young man with Lyme disease and a home visit with actress Jennifer Grey of Dirty Dancing fame. Grey’s treatment brings in a layer of emotional healing. Grey was in a serious car accident just before Dirty Dancing was released. A mother and daughter in the other car died. Grey endured multiple surgeries on her neck and has suffered chronic pain for decades. When Charlie first begins to work on her, she doesn’t sense any improvement. In fact, she hurts more and seems a bit hostile. He continues the treatment and takes different mental approaches. She has a breakthrough and he confides that he sensed an issue of guilt that needed to be healed. As healers well know, emotions can play a large part in whether a person can get well.
Following up with the patients a couple months later, they are all more mobile and enjoying a better quality of life. Charlie Goldsmith does not claim to be helpful with everyone he sees. He views himself not only as a healer, but as a bridge to conventional medicine. He is doing the show and seeking collaboration with medical doctors to open minds to energy healing. Obviously, for the sake of entertaining television, viewers will probably only see the best-case scenario stories.
In my opinion, we’ll be seeing many people like Charlie Goldsmith and Adam McLeod as the years go by. Moving into the post-Shift era, the new frequencies will bring forth children gifted in ways that seem like the stuff of fantasy and science fiction. It will all be part of the new normal of multidimensional living.
The Healer is produced by the TLC channel. Read more about Charlie Goldsmith at his website CharlieGoldsmith.com.