Most of us require some kind of healing. At least once in a while, we are all affected by our negative thoughts, illnesses, and injuries. It doesn’t matter if you have a formal meditation practice or not. There are simple healing exercises and meditations that can be done easily. They can bring amazing results. As a Distant Healing Network volunteer, it is common for me to suggest simple healing meditations or easy exercises that can result in a long-lasting and complete healing. Most of the time, we need to repeat the meditations. Sometimes the healing is gradual but not always. Sometimes it is instant. You can see source on our website.
Our thoughts, ideas and opinions about ourselves as well as the world around us will come out. The main problem with long-term injuries or illnesses is that many people get trapped in the idea of being sick or injured. This false belief that you are sick or injured can cause illness or injury, and can even keep you from getting well.
Sometimes, negative thoughts about oneself are not conscious. Essentially, we have become accustomed over time to being sickened or injured. These negative thoughts are countered by affirmations. We place positive thoughts in their stead. This technique may have worked for you in the past. You might only need to repeat your affirmation once to restore balance. These affirmations may be repeated many times per week and for a longer time at first.
Keep your affirmation simple and direct. You can use an affirmation that is positive if your problem involves emotions. Your affirmation for depression could be: “Joy! Joy!” If you are prone anger, fear, anxiety, or nervousness you could say, Peace, peace. Or, “Calm, calm, calm.” Or, “It is the soul.” Or, “I’m (a Being of) Radiant Light”. You’ll be able to determine if your chosen phrase is correct because you will feel the calm, peace or joy that you seek.
If it is a problem with your physical health, there are two options: “Imperfectly healthy and happy” and “Imperfectly healed.” Imagine being filled with the Divine Love, fully healed, happy and healthy. Also, feel what it felt to be completely happy and healthy. I did this exercise for a couple of minutes earlier today. Instead, I was lying flat on my stomach with the flu and am happily typing this Journal entry. Miracles are what we call them. They often come down to a simple shift of thinking.
Always ask for a complete, lasting healing. If you are not able to receive it, inwardly say “If it is Thy Will”. Do not hesitate to say “Thanks”, no matter how healed you are. Waiting to be able to say “Thank You” after a miracle does not make miracles happen. Don’t make it complicated with your prayers. Do not list all the things that are bothering you. All you have to do is ask for a lasting and complete healing. After that, just say “Thanks.” It is common to offer something in exchange, such as a good deed or prayers. However, this is not necessary. When we trust God with our prayers, God will answer them in the best way for us and others.
When I need to be healed or help, I call upon everyone I can. You can also call on God, the Holy angels, saints and Our Lady, Her Divine son – or any other Divine Being. The saints are not required to be identified or named if you want to seek their help. The saint who can heal or help you is simply a matter of asking. The same applies to angels. It’s okay to leave everything up to God. You can be sure that God will send you whatever you need. We humans can complicate even the simplest things. And we believe we are responsible for everything.
It may sound odd, but sometimes the greatest healings happen when we pray to God for others. Divine healing is all about strengthening our relationship to God. Our Lady Medjugorje stated that we all should choose our spiritual Paths and work hard on them. That God should be the center and focus of our lives.