About healing not always being successful because it might be a persons' lesson to learn, this is where I feel confused. If results aren't being seen, how do you know whether to continue trying to help or stop trying and assume that the illness is there for their ultimate benefit? Eventually I'm left thinking that it's best to just have the intention of sending love and for them to have the best outcome for themselves, whatever that may be.
you learn healing by doing it. Heal someone for two-three week or two-three days, depending on what kind of health issue you are facing. Is it any progress? Does everything stay the same? Is this person getting worse? Make your best judgment what is your next step going to be. Should you keep going? Should you stop all together? Increase or decrease treatment time? You do your best. Don't think, that you are responsible, if there is no obvious good result. At the time of healing we have two intents, a patient's intent and a healer's intent. Your intent could be stronger, and a patient starts to get better, and very soon he is doing much better, than two weeks ago. Was it you? was it his medication? It is difficult to say. Might be it was both. Keep going, do healing all the time. It doesn't have to be a person only. Send your healing intent into some situation, help your friend to get an interview, heal your neighbor's pet or your plants. This is not an exact science, but with a time you develop your intuition or contact with your guides/Higher Self/LCS.
My friend has her guides telling what she should do next. This is her healing experience from the very beginning. I see 'body', something like that
If I'd like to see a cell, it would look like that
I see no words or pointing arrows ;))
Start with something simple. You can create an image in your mind, or take whatever comes into your inner vision. It is much easier to do, than to say how to do it. Healing could be regarded as an art, you don't repeat after anyone, but you always create your own.