As humans, it is in our nature to care for others. If someone is close to us becomes ill, we might try to do things physically for them to help, but this is often harder if we live don’t live near them, or we may not want to intrude. People often send prayers or distance healing.
There are different ways of doing this depending on your beliefs or how you carry out healing.
Pray to God or your deity of choice. You could ask Archangel Raphael- the Archangel of healing, to send healing to them.
You can link into Source/The Universe and direct love and healing toward them yourself.
Should we be send healing to others?
Yes, of course, we want to wish, pray or heal our friends, family and loved one back to full health. But we need to consider what we’re asking for and why.
Asking for consent?
There are two trains of thought, regarding the need for consent before a healing session takes place.
The first group of people say you need to get consent before sending any healing and that it’s an invasion of privacy to do so without it. The second group say it’s ok to send healing without consent, I fall within the second group. However, it is also not my intention to impose my will or hurt anyone. But I do set the intention that healing-energy/love be sent for and used by their higher-self for any purpose that they require. This means I’m not “forcing an outcome”. I’m just sending energy that someone can then choose to use either to aid as part of their own healing or just to give them the energy to get through the day.
Not everyone wants to be healed – for any number of reasons and it’s not our place to force our intention on them. By leaving it to their higher-self to regulate the energies sent to them even if it’s purely to ignore them. That said this is regarding distance healing (and I certainly wouldn’t sit at the bus stop and put my hands on a stranger to give them hands-on healing, I think there is definitely a need for consent here first.) Healing energies can’t cause harm and the person you’re sending them to can refuse the energy.
While I try to run through my healing list at least once a day, if not more, occasionally, it might get missed (usually if I’ve been working late and I’m too tired when I got to bed.) This is my list of friends in need of healing energy to fight illnesses, strength to handle situations etc. If I find that these missed sessions coincide with changes in the illness, I often fall into the trap of feeling guilty. I think I was prompted to write this post as a reminder to me and others who may feel like this, that we “aren’t God”. While our efforts of sending healing and love to situations, people and even places are appreciated both here and in the spirit world, at the end of the day, true healing can only come from the person themselves.
The illness or situation could be part of some master plan to become a wake-up call for someone to change their life around. If we had the power to cure everything without understanding why it’s happening – then they might never learn those important lessons.
We can and should, continue to send our prayer and healing to friends, family, loved ones and even people we don’t know (for example the people who have Coronavirus or fear they might.) But as healers, we don’t have the power to cure an illness – the only person who can do this is the person whose illness it is. Send love and healing to their higher-self, to do with it what THEY want, not you. This is their life and they have free will to do with it as they want.
I would love to hear from you, about your thoughts on sending healing to others, please leave me a comment below on social media.