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DR. RUSSELL CLAYTON: BE A CATALYST FOR THE HEALING OF OTHERS







Once you heal yourself, become a catalyst for the healing of others. Identify and reach out to those in your life who need emotional healing. Your primary goal as a healer is to create a safe space around the person in the absence of any judgement. Listen with empathy without the impulse to say something in return. The compassionate action of healing someone starts a chain of reciprocation that comes right back to you. In this way, you and the subject are each touched and blessed by the very same light of love and healing.


 


THOUGHTS ARE TINY WAVES OF ENERGY

Know that your thoughts are tiny waves of energy which feed your emotions. Each one of your curated thoughts creates an energetic ripple in the universal field. Thoughts create reality. If you open your mind to the possibility of true transformational change, you open the portals to the energy states of joy, abundance, peace and unconditional love. Aim high and dream big. Higher conscious is only possible through profound changes to your beingness.


 


DR. RUSSELL CLAYTON

Dr. Russell Clayton is a Los Angeles-based Physician. An OBGYN for Kaiser Permanente, he is also a poet and author of the book, Finding The Greater You – The Path To Your Soul. Dr. Clayton was educated at The University of Chicago, University of Illinois, and completed his residency in gynecology at Saint Johns Hospital in Queens, New York. Dr. Clayton is a father of four and is happily married. He is active in his medical practice, but his passion is writing and publishing his poetry based in Spirituality and Consciousness.


Dr. Clayton’s first book, “The Greater You, The Journey of Awakening” focused on the inner journey. “Love and Healing” focuses on healing emotional suffering. “Love And Healing Exercises” Dr. Clayton’s third book is a seventy-step action plan pocket guide for your spiritual restoration.



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