I was reading a book on psychic protection by Ted Andrews, a book I consider very well informed and useful, and I got to a section on sending healing energies to people. Basically, the the author said that it was wrong to send healing energies to people who hadn't specifically agreed to it because by doing that you are taking away their free will, their choice to decided for themselves whether they want to accept healing of this kind. He says we have no right to interfere with the free will or responsibility of any soul, and that we learn from all things, including our illnesses. He admitted he had made exceptions in the cases of children, but he did so in full consciousness and willingness to take on the karmic consequences himself, whether in this life or future lives. He suggests that, in cases where we're unsure about the intentions of the person we are sending healing to, we should add to our prayers or thoughts "...that this energy be used for the good of _____ and according to the free will of _____".
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I'm interested to know what people on here think. Is it wrong to send healing to people who don't know about it? I've done it before in the past (not since I read this book), but not in cases where people have specifically asked me not to for any reason. What do you think?