Energy Healing With Lincoln Crockett

Hi, my name is Lincoln.  I’m a performing songwriter and an energy worker. As a healer I work with clients over the phone to help them heal from trauma & illness, and grow personally & spiritually by charging and clearing their personal energy field.

After an hour session, at minimum most people feel like they’ve been at a spa or meditating – relaxed, focused and clear.  When your energies are grounded, balanced, charged and clear, you can really feel the difference.  Sometimes even a subtle shift in your energy field can lead to a big breakthrough in your life!

While energy healing might seem new-agey at first, I can assure you this is very real and practical stuff.  I come from a skeptical background myself, and everything I do is based on training and experience.

Visit the links at right to learn more about energy healing and to schedule a session for yourself.  Read on below for my thoughts on your life, your heart, and the future from and energetic perspective.

In Health & Healing,

Lincoln Crockett

Trout Lake, WA, USA

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How I Became an Energy Healer

Are you ready to reduce stress, illness and suffering? Are you ready to get the support you need? Ready to be heard and feel the whole universe is listening?

I am an energy healer and each week these are the kinds of things people come to me for help with. I can’t promise results, but I and my clients have had amazing experiences, most of them just connecting over the phone.

I am often asked how I became an energy healer. I’ll tell you as best I can.

 

“Well, they thought Galileo was crazy…”

When I told my family I intended to go to energy healing school my father tried to talk some sense into me.

I had already met an energy healer and had my first energy healing session. It was short – 30 minutes – but in that time we’d moved more energy than most people would in several sessions. I couldn’t explain how she had done what she did, just breathing and moving her hands over my body. It wasn’t shamanic – there were no idols, crystals or prayers. Afterward I felt more grounded and present than ever in my life.

I had taken two Reiki classes. The master who was to ‘attune’ me to Reiki said I was already open. I had felt my hands heat up and my mind clear. I had been drawn to places on the receivers’ body where there were acute and long term injuries and illnesses. I had felt the effects of energy being sent by someone in the next room.

I simply couldn’t make sense out of it anymore. This was 1998.

We went to a panel discussion at the American Academy for the Advancement of Science in Washington, DC. As I recall, there was a materials scientist, a physicist, a doctor and a public health specialist present, some of whom my father was very interested in seeing and meeting.

“According to our biological model of health it is impossible for cancer to go into spontaneous remission. Yet it happens. It has been well documented. Therefore our model is not just missing something, its wrong,” said the materials scientist.

The physicist gave a demonstration: If you take a simple, solid, pendulum on a single pivot and suspend it vertically, you have a 50/50 chance of predicting which way it will fall. If you add a second pendulum which pivots on the end of the first and suspend the new double-pendulum vertically it is impossible to predict the exact nature of its fall.

“To do so you would have to take into account the number and distribution of the people in the room, the temperature of the air, the time of day, the thickness of the walls, the presence and motion of cars outside the building, the location of the moon… the entire universe is acting on this pendulum,” said the physicist.

The doctor described how Chinese Medicine’s Five Element Theory of health had bested Western doctors and pharmaceuticals on various occasions. The public health specialist quietly cautioned, “Let’s just not do anything too hasty.”

After that my parents helped me pay for the four-year program at the Wakepoint School of Energy Healing. My father looked over my first and second year textbook and found something in it he could respect.

“Well,” he said, “they thought Galileo was crazy…”

 

Anyone Can Do This…

…and already do. Without thinking about it you put your hand on an injury. You can connect deeply with someone you love over the phone at great distances. You have synchronicities happen in your life all the time. If you told the story of how you ran into so-and-so right during such-and-such people might not believe you, it all just sounds too crazy to be true. But its true.

My whole life I’ve been set up to do this. I’ve preferred the woods to the city. People tell me their secret struggles after only a few minutes of conversation. I am rarely sick for more than 24 hours. The most horrible things that have happened in my life have turned into gifts of grace. I fear living more than dying. Once, meditating in the mountains, I was physically felled by a love that erased all question, worry, doubt, and fear.  I know there is such a thing as God. Descriptions will forever fall short.

After finishing energy healing school I became a professional performing songwriter because I wasn’t ready to be responsible to clients. Since then I’ve been exhausted by the road. I’ve been silenced and affirmed by the everyday energetic miracle audiences experience together. I’ve seen the limit to what a song can achieve. The unbridled, infinite and beautiful creative source of songs is the essence of healing.

I’ve since been disciplined by my devotion to my family, and my client load has been growing. I am the obvious son of my parents. My mother is an empathic counselor who trains other healers and loves the countryside. My father is a deep-thinking academic and lawyer who loves music. I am an energy healer.

If you want to get into this further for yourself, contact me for a session. Each one of us is in a unique place with something unique to learn or experience. I’ll help you find the unique tools you need, lift all the blocks we can and open up to greater health, clarity and possibilities.

‘Like’ the New Facebook Page!

There’s a new way for us to stay connected!

I have a new Facebook page that integrates music, songwriting, healing and energy work all in one place:

www.facebook.com/LincolnCrockettMusicEnergy

Lately I’ve been putting out more shared and original content – insights, illuminating pictures, quotes and video clips – than ever before, and I aim to continue.  If you ‘Like’ it that content will show up in your FB feed, and add more goodness to your day.

Have you ‘liked’ it already?  Thank you!  If you haven’t, go there now, it only takes a second!

www.facebook.com/LincolnCrockettMusicEnergy

Speaking of video clips, have you seen the one below?

Published in: on December 11, 2013 at 7:14 pm  Leave a Comment  

Peaceful Nature Music Meditation – Lincoln Crockett – Abraham’s Lament

The essence of healing is being in a state of nonresistance to what is. Nature is in that state, by its very nature, right?

If you can’t get out, this is the perfect way to reset and find peace when you need a short break: Long shots of simple, beautiful nature scenes set to my acoustic instrumentalal ‘Abraham’s Lament’.

Relax into the song, sounds of nature, and meditate on the scenery slowly passing by to arrive at the end calm and refreshed.

‘Abraham’s Lament’ appears on the album ANGELS & DEVILS ALIKE, available on iTunes and at CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/lincolncrockett2.

Hear more music at http://www.lincolncrockett.com

Published in: on December 11, 2013 at 7:09 pm  Leave a Comment  

Music is where Reason meets Love

The highest function of reason is to reason itself out of a job.  Nowhere can you experience this as clearly as through music.

Reason is a function of the mind.  It is most active when we get away from our feelings about things and just deal with information.  It is neither sympathetic nor unsympathetic, just generally intelligent and rational.  Reason is the mind at its finest.

Yet the mind is like the captain of a ship, pouring over charts and logs, always plotting.  Alas, it miss-takes its genuine ability to observe and describe and direct for having control over what it sees.  Often all we can do on our journey is batten the hatches when there’s a storm, or catch some rays on good sunny days.  The mind is in fact but a passenger.  And moreover, in truth, there is no boat.

A co-worker once asked me, “What’s your favorite thing in the whole world?”  It took me a year to come up with my answer: A Song That Moves.  Moves my heart, makes me want to dance, and moves me even more deeply.  In the fantastic documentary Bluegrass Journey, songwriter Tim O’Brien comments something like, “Music gives people the chance to take some time and think about the really important things in life.”  When your mind is quiet for a while, suddenly, gradually, you may notice feeling lighter, easier.  Perhaps you can feel the whisper that somehow all’s right with the world.  Can our linear minds & brains help us get to this ephemeral, etherial place?

Yes.  My two favorite ways are through listening to and playing music, and giving and receiving energy work.

In 2003 I graduated from the four-year program at the Wakepoint School of Energy Healing (www.wakepoint.com).  Words often fail to capture what I learned there.  I used to tell people that in some ways it was as if I had believed with utter certainty that aliens didn’t exist, was then abducted, and now had to come to terms with a dizzying new reality.

I uncovered what it seems like every romantic knows, what every child knows, every mystic and shaman, passionate scientists at the top of their game, snowboarders on the perfect run, artists and musicians at the height of their craft, et al knows: there is something unseen and hard to name that is very real and nearly incomprehensible that is with us all the time, that can be leaned on and counted on.  Among its hallmarks are a feeling of compassionate connection to all things, a reduction of stress, a sense of well-being and freedom, a harmony and synchronicity in the events in our lives.

People like myself who have this experience come to hold the conviction that everything that exists must be and is made of the energy of Love itself.  The best that the mind can do to support this, for it is way beyond the mind to coordinate the machinations off everything in existence.  Only by opening and emptying – becoming a passenger on the boat – can we tap into and experience the typically unseen world of energy.

Music embodies this experience.  How did Miles Davis’ legendary ‘Rhythm Section’ know to change tempos so wildly and spontaneously?  How did the Beatles captivate their frenzied audiences?  How does a soloist know how to let the notes of a perfect spontaneous solo fly so freely?  Some call it talent, some call it practice, others call it mystical, I call it natural.  When a musician, like a child at play, relaxes their mind they suspend judgments, comparisons, criticism, and other attempts to control or ‘make perfect’ what they’re doing.   In this state of acceptance they are able to rest more comfortably in something else that is larger and more capable.  I identify that boat as our heart or our soul, and the water it floats in as Love.

Music is an art form that comes from both our heads and our hearts.  Healthy hearts are characterized by passion, compassion, warmth, love, understanding of ourselves and others, and caring in our relationships.  Good music can be reasoned down into all of its component parts – instruments, notes, rhythms, melody, etc – but in the end the magical sum of its parts results in wonderment.  It has a power like the arch of a solar flare – both fleeting and awesome – that makes it so enduring.  Like love.

When music comes from the heart the mind takes a backseat.  Like all art, it is created from a place in us that is hard to explain.  Some might say it doesn’t come from within us at all, but through us.  As a musician I have to let go of understanding, controlling and directing what I’m doing to do it well.  Despite all its hard work, my mind eventually – inevitably – works itself out of a job.   This is where reason meets love.  The captain has seen that is just a passenger on the boat.

And in truth, there is no boat.  But that, perhaps, is another story.

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