Introduction to the Work of Kay Urlich
By Jenny Hunt, Editor of InTouch Magazine, 1995 – 2004
Energy healing is an ancient healing art , which has continued to evolve down the centuries as awareness and understanding of the human psyche changes. In these times of Quantum healing, energy healing has become more refined as scientific and intuitive paradigms merge. Much of the mystique of the past has given way to simpler, more direct ways of accessing and understanding the nature of our internal energies and their interconnection with our immediate environment and the world at large.
Kay Urlich’s work is right at the forefront of these progressive changes and has been documented in two publications to date. “The Structure of Energy Healing”, and “Soulmate or Soul Inmate”. Kay’s search for personal healing included an intensive study of many modalities and culminated in a whole new paradigm of energy healing. We are familiar with the concept of an energy block creating emotional and or physical disease but which energy and where is it located?
‘The Structure of Energy Healing’, is based on the existence within us of four powerful energy forces. When they are in harmony, we are indeed fully in control of our own power, but when even one of these energies has been blocked by a negative or wounding experience in the past, it can cause major dysfunction in our life now.
Kay’s discovery of the nature and location of these four energies enables her to readily find where the stagnant energy lies, and when this happens, she also receives a mental image of the state of that particular energy flow. This is communicated to the client so they can understand how energy retreats or hides and how it expresses fear (see A Unique Healing Gift by Kim Uildriks M.A.) And how it will lovingly and willingly speak to us and move swiftly to restore our inner harmony.
The Structure of Energy Healing does not require us to go back over our stories of distress, it does not require intense analysis of our life or re-living yet again ‘what other people did to us’, to make us ill, depressed, guilty or feeling worthless. Kay describes it as a ‘here and now’ means of disconnecting energy away from an incident without the need to blame anyone or anything nor to feel guilty. it is about releasing the past that separates us from the now.