If you are currently a patient in any area of life, meaning you have been beaten down in certain area (health, finances, relationships, …), then life is teaching you to have patience while doing your side of the spiritual work. In the day and age where we feel rushed all the time, we tend to forget that patience is as important a part of our healing journey as our effort.

There is a common misconception that Energy Healing or Spiritual Healing is miraculous healing that should take no time for healing. In fact the opposite is more true.

Energy Healing can take longer to bring relief, because it tries to do things right. Whereas other quick fix methods will bring temporary relief fast but will cause even more long term damage. In the end the quick fix methods will cost a lot more in time, effort and investment and still not produce the desired end results.

On the other hand the genuine spiritual healing will take longer initially but will do it right. It will heal with much less suffering and heal permanently. Why is statement always going to be true? 

All disfunction originates in the mind. Mind creates both suffering and joy. Changing the contents of the mind (both conscious and subconscious) takes time. There is just no way around it. 

If you notice carefully, patience conserves a lot of energy that otherwise goes in unnecessary struggling and suffering. Having patience is an action. By having patience you stop the drain of life force which can then be applied to speed up the healing process. This means impatience slows the healing process and patience speeds things up. What an interesting paradox:

If you want to speed up the healing process then have patience. – Sanjay Nimar

Patience is also highly linked with faith. If say a supernatural being (who you fully trust) comes and tells you that your problem will be solved in 2 months, then you will joyfully wait for two months. Impatience comes when the trust is missing. In such a case, look at the history to build some trust in the path that you have selected for your growth.

Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting. – Joyce Meyer