Following her near-death experience, Mary Helen began to realize that her previous skills of communicating with those in spirit had become so much more.
A series of incredible, serendipitous events led her to develop her newfound ability to facilitate the healing process.
Overnight, she found herself able to “read” the ethereal field of an individual, linking her to the person’s history, gaining insights into how past experiences were creating a person’s present reality, regarding their physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
By creating a new awareness, Mary Helen has helped hundreds turn anguish to insight, distress to discernment, and heartbreak to healing.
Many individuals have healed themselves of life-threatening diseases under her guidance, reclaiming their lives and moving forward with a new understanding of the intricate links between the mind, body, and spirit.
Mary Helen has also assisted numerous people with experiencing the death process with grace, dignity, and understanding, bringing perspective to life lessons, removing the fear that is so often associated with crossing over.
A healer is someone who facilitates healing in another. No one really heals anyone else. The healer does not “do” the healing as “Nature” does the healing. Of course, there are many understandings of what, precisely, constitutes “nature.” The mind-body-spirit has a natural, self-healing capacity with an effective healer simply playing the role of a “catalyst”.
Healing may be understood as an extension of a natural human capacity. Some people may access it more easily than others, but everyone can develop this natural capacity in and for themselves. Not everyone, however, has the same kinds of healing abilities. Some may be more effective with physical ailments, some with psychological and emotional issues, while others may help people with spiritual growth which plays a part in their healing. There are many different forms that healing abilities take. Dr. Hensley takes a holistic approach; that is she is interested in the whole person, in all aspects of self.