Healing is the greatest gift we can share with one another

Thank you for visiting us. A warm welcome whether you be a Trainee Healer, a Practicing Healer, an Associate or just a casual contact.

Treading a healing pathway is a most exciting journey. As we learn and realise we expand our consciousness and so reach a state of greater understanding, and compassion to be aware that life is all one and that we are responsible collectively and individually. This brings a responsibility and also a great freedom.

So, enjoy your journey, make your contribution and you will be surprised at the results – as so many already are.

Jon Mabey



MESSAGE - July --October 2018 from the magazine


First the good news …..

There has been a lot of lovely feedback for our latest
Steyning Spring Seminar (April 29) with inspirational
speakers Richard Potter and Jan de Vulder. Richards’s work is
aimed increasing people’s wellbeing with artistic, creative, compassionate activities, and White Eagle healer and trainer for 30 years, Jan continues to reach out with passion and compassion for the healing of all.
So special. So apt for these difficult and challenging times. Our President Eric Parish described this day as a rededication for SHA healers.

We all need re-energising from time to time. SHA seminars were created to do just this so very many years ago with talks, teaching and topics and, just as importantly, the opportunity to get together and share news and views with fellow healers.

Sadly, I was not well enough to make the journey to Steyning this year. Some of you may know that I have decided to leave my lovely flat in Bexhill and move into residential care. I know that I am very fortunate to be here, so nourished and protected and therefore more able to keep my connection to this special healing organisation. It has been my privilege to be SHA Chairman for 25 years.

Times change, and so must we look realistically at what our committee can manage. We are all getting on a bit and appeals to others to come forward to help have been met with very little success. As a committee, we have been looking for our successors for quite a while now as we are aware that so many organisations like ours just fade away… as their organisers become ill or die.

It gives me great pleasure to say that we are on the brink of the 60th anniversary. This organisation was formed on June 27th 1959 in Brighton with 16 founding members. Although we have had greater numbers over the years our membership is still nearly 400 members.First the good news …..

The good news is that your committee has decided to celebrate this event on Sunday, 30th June 2019, with a garden party in the beautiful grounds of the Manor Barn, Bexhill-on-Sea, which has been the home for our Autumn Seminars for many years.

The bad news is that the garden party will take the place of our seminars in 2019, and sadly that may be the case for the future if we do not get members coming forward who will run them, and also be willing to take on other important committee roles.

This year on Sunday, 14th October, we are holding our 2017 Autumn Seminar …. but if members want them to continue it really is up to you to make us an offer we cannot refuse.

As always, I send my love and healing thoughts to you all and hope to see many of you in the Autumn at the lovely Manor Barn.The good news is that your committee has decided to celebrate this event on Sunday, 30th June 2019, with a garden party in the beautiful grounds of the Manor Barn, Bexhill-on-Sea, which has been the home for our Autumn Seminars for many years.

BLESSINGS TO YOU ALL       Jon