Love heels all wounds
As a healer I have learned the powerful tool of LOVE. Loving opens up to TRUST and when this relationship develops now we have a formula where change can take place. Only through healthy change/shift do we get healing.
Listen. It’s not as easy as you may think. Listening is a SKILL. Recapping what someone is saying to you periodically will let them know you are listening and will also keep you in tuned to the conversation.
Empathize. Empathy is a strong emotion that allows you to get PERSONAL with others and taps into our being as a part of the much greater whole.
Being in touch with our emotions certainly helps heal us physically.
Helping others focus outward not inward. When we explore the notion that just maybe we are here to serve others and not ourselves there is a shift in consciousness. Untangle the emotional web within and Silence the voice (Pastor Eric Olsen) and get out and serve. The world needs you to be a healer too!
Remember EVERYONE loves to be loved. It’s a gift to love others, use it and use it often. I’m sure you will not have any complains!
We all endure some type of suffering in this life some that we would all agree are truly horrific. But all of us suffer emotionally on some level which is completely relative. We often hear of siblings growing up in the same house with the same set of parents yet each walk away with their own emotional “baggage”. Of course there are too many factors to name that can impact us emotionally.
As a physician (not in psychology) I have observed wonderful people that ALL suffer. Can we remove suffering? Well I believe we can halt it and begin to heal ourselves. Making lifestyle changes is never easy but it is necessary if you want healing.
I can’t count how many times in my life I fold my hands in prayer actually sometimes I feel I’m in a constant praying conversation. “God give me strength” is something I heard from my mother almost on a daily bases but yes she was truly giving it up to a higher power and asking for help.