by Eva Knausenberger
I would like to quote once more from the Samaritan Course by Rudolf Steiner (GA 157) three aspects, which at the time were almost prophetic words, that have now become a reality we can observe:
Wounds will no longer heal by themselves; we must engage the will to heal in order to heal.
In other words, masks, immunisations, isolation, medicines are not enough to heal the wounds created by the Corona virus.
Around the wound gather two opposing forces: Healing forces and also forces in opposition to healing. Both of these will in the future become much stronger. If/when however, we take into ourselves the power of the Healing Spirit, we will be able to handle them (know, observe, deal with them) consciously.
In my estimation none of us is immune to the virus. It has for a long time already infected the life-forces (etheric life forces) of the planet and is now increasingly infecting/attacking the living fabric of our humanity. We can see that it turns people against one another, nations against nations in the fight against an invisible enemy. These I would call the forces working in opposition to healing, which grow day by day. But illness can only settle where the healthy fabric, the life forces (the immune system) is already wounded, and in this we are truly all together.
It has been for me a most wonderful and healing experience to witness how members of our Christian Community world-wide and the Johannesburg community in particular have used a healing spirituality to communicate and be with one another.
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