Meditations and exercises for healing

We all need some sort of healing. All of us are affected by negative thoughts and injuries, or illness. There are simple healing meditations you can do that will bring you amazing results, regardless of whether you meditate. As a Distant Healing Network volunteer, I often recommend simple exercises or healing meditations that can provide a complete and lasting healing. The healing is often gradual, and we must repeat the meditations many times. Sometimes it’s immediate. On you can learn more.

Simple affirmations and visualizations

What we think, what we believe and how we see the world around will reflect our thoughts. If we have been suffering from long-term illness, injury, or other problems, we can easily fall into the trap of thinking that we are ill or injured. The belief that we are ill or injured can make it difficult to get well or cause more injury.

Sometimes our negative thoughts about ourselves may not be conscious. In other words, we have grown used to being sick or injured. These negative thoughts can be overcome by affirmations. Positive thoughts are put in their place. This technique can be used a few times, if you’ve done it before. You might need to repeat these affirmations many times per day for a long time before they become automatic.

Keep your affirmation brief and to the point. If your problem is emotional, you can choose to affirm the opposite positive emotion. You could say, “Joy and joy, Joy” if you have depression. For those who are more prone towards anger, fear, or nervousness, you might say, “Peace. peace. peace.” Or, “Calm, calm, calm.” Or, “I am soul.” Or “I am Radiant Light”. When you find the right phrase, it will be easy to tell if you are correct.

If the problem has a physical cause, the solution is similar. “I am completely happy and healthy” or “I am completely healed” are some examples. You can imagine yourself filled with the Divine light, full of healing, health, and happiness. Feel it. It’s possible to also feel it. Just a few minutes ago, I did this exercise and instead of feeling sick on my back, I am happily at the computer writing this Journal entry. We call miracles “miracles”, but they are often just a simple shift in our thinking.

Simple Prayers

Inwardly ask for a lasting and complete healing. It doesn’t matter if you are completely healed or not, always say “Thanks” and never stop saying it. If you wait for a miracle to happen, miracles are unlikely to occur. You don’t need to make your prayers complicated. You don’t need to list all your problems. Simply ask for a complete, lasting healing, then say, “Thanks!” Although it’s a good idea, or even necessary, to offer some kind deeds or prayers in return for your healing, it is not a must. If we place our trust in God, all our prayers are answered.

I reach out to anyone I can think of for help or healing when I need it. You can call on God, the Holy Angels, saints or Our Lady and Her Divine Son. It doesn’t matter if you know their names or the saint you should call. Just ask for the saint or saint that can heal your situation, regardless of who they might be. The same goes for angels. Trust that God will send the person you need. We humans are prone to complicate even the most simple of things and believe that we have to do everything. However, Divine forces are behind many of our greatest accomplishments and insignificant ones.

Although it may seem odd, sometimes the best healings are given when we pray for others. Divine Healing lies in our deepening of our relationship with God. Our Lady of Medjugorje has said that everyone should choose their spiritual path and do their best. It is important to make God the center of your life.