One of the cruel beliefs many practitioners and healers have is that some special people have the gift of powerful healing abilities, but they are not one of them. Therefore they need to accept a more conventional level of patient results and a life without much magic in it. It’s kind of like the basis of the Harry Potter stories, in which some people had true magical blood and therefore could learn to become powerful wizards and do supernatural things. Everybody else were “muggles” who were destined to live more mundane, un-magical lives.
It has been my observation that large numbers of doctors and health care practitioners have well-developed Master Healer abilities within them, yet are only expressing it to a limited extent in their day to day work. At some point they decided to focus on developing their more left-brained, analytical skills so they can better fit into the Western medical model. They turned away from their innate Master Healer abilities in favor of being included in the dream of our society, which largely denies the transcendent and the miraculous.
Desire for inclusion in our medical system is not the only reason practitioners push their Master Healer to the background. Another is a type of post-traumatic stress common in healers. Many people now working in the healing arts carry deep imprints of trauma or persecution related to sharing their healing or spiritual gifts in the past. In most cases this happened during what is often referred to as past lifetimes, so there is no conscious memory of those events. All that remains is a deep, un-named feeling of un-safety in regards to openly and publically expressing their Master Healer gifts.