Irmina Santaika and RonaldSome time ago, my husband made a suggestion that really touched my heart. He knew that I wanted to get more active and use my knowledge and ability as a Distant Healer, using Bio-Energy. So, he told me that there are many people suffering from a lot of serious illness, and suggested that I simply offer my services to them. And that is what I am doing. Over time, I have discovered others that have healing power and were seeking a conduit through which to heal. Some have joined this Healing Art Community and will bless us with their healing gifts through articles, answering questions and working one on one with clients.      

So, if you have any questions about healing, relationships, spirituality or emotions please ask them at the Healing Art Community below.

If you want to work with a healer please contact Irmina Santaika.

We look forward to hearing from you.





Mahatma Gandhi

 readings“Become the change you want to see in the world.”

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was a true Mahatma, a Great Soul, who cultivated the ideal of pacifism, reconciliation and nonviolent action throughout his life. He set an example by leading a life of simplicity and respect for the sacredness of all living creatures, a life full of courage, moral strength and spirituality. He fought injustice, exploitation and oppression wherever he was, and as a consequence he had to face frequent periods of imprisonment.

Gandhi believed that truth had to be applied in all our words and actions and as a result, all our deeds would be according to the moral code of the ultimate truth that was God. If truth pervaded politics, ethics and human behavior under all circumstances, society would improve exponentially. In his autobiography he stated that throughout his life, he had been experimenting with truth, making mistakes, learning from them, changing attitude when necessary, and making decisions based on the given facts during crucial moments in his life.

As far as religion was concerned, Gandhi believed that “satya” was the basis for all major religions. Being a Hindu and a Jain himself, he often read the Bhagavad Gita for comfort and hope. What really respected more in Christianity was the idea of “turning the other cheek”, and he considered Muhammad‘s teachings as a treasure for humanity. Once, when he was asked if he was a Hindu, he replied: “Yes, I am. I am also a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist and a Jew”.


 M. K. Gandhi, “AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OR The story of my experiments with truth”,
M.K. Gandhi, Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule, 1910, ranslated into English by M.K. Gandhi


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