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I either misunderstand something here or just have a limited knowledge of the fight but....
- When you heal the tanks not only your sparks convert to flames but you can not gain any more sparks for the duration. So if you choose to keep refreshing your flames your healing will not ramp up.
- While having your buff in "flames-mode" you only do extra healing on the tanks, you will not heal the torments more effectively than any other healer and even if your beacon gets buffed that will only do half of what you could do.
Overall I don't feel this is the most efficient way to heal this. You are wasting the opportunity to gain stacks if you choose to keep healing torments while having the buffs. You will do half the healing on the tanks that you could do if you chose to heal them plus the little healing you will do on the torment (that is if you are correct in having the buff affect your beacon healing). This might be efficient early on but with high stacks you will do 60-70% of the healing that an other paladin who commits fully to the tanks (during his turn in flames) would do.
He is stating that you do your healing rotation but when it is your turn to heal tanks, You put a holy shock to activate the buff and heal the tormented targets to get full use of your beacon while keeping up torment targets at the same time as healing the tanks.
The beacon target will get a healing boost from your vital flame so it will scale.