I sure do! I have experienced this, on this day. Nothing but love can bring closure, openings and new beginnings. So in that aspect, I certainly do believe in the Healing Power of Love!
Sure,it is a supernatural affect.It carry actions and reactions of spirit.
Yes,having a positive relationship with anyone or anything for that matter is good for the soul. That's why a pet can be so important to an older shut in. You can happily live without money, prestige, fame, anything except good relations with others. People are the forces that keep us alive or at the least make the time we are alive worth living. Loving someone and being loved by someone is essential to real happiness. You can live off a good career for a time but after a while the need for someone to love takes over and no amount of success is enough to fill the gap in your being.
yes love can heal any pain but if it is real love, what if the love is false?its really difficult to find out real love....if you love someone you can do anything for him or her.
Yes I do and could give many examples but will imit myself to one: research has shown babies that are caressed, held and shown affection on a steady basis, when sick, heal much quicker than others who haven't.
Yes, love can help heal. If we feel unwanted it causes stress which causes physical problems.
Knowing one is loved releases endorphins which relieve stress and increase optimism.
Oh yes, love has great healing power according to my own experience and for the one's who don't believe it, there is some beautiful work out there on the effect of emotions on water. When water cristallizes, love gives a beautiful perfect cristal.
I do believe that love can often heal, but I do not believe that love can always cure. There have been cases of persons who are so damaged that despite being loved by others, they cannot seem to function normally in society or submit completely to healthy relationships.
Take serial killers for example. Yes, some came from hideously abusive backgrounds, but others had parents who loved them. Some had spouses or girlfriends and children that loved them unconditionally. Despite these healthy relationships, the killers were too psychologically ill to feel love and accept it as a means of healing.
I feel like I am throwing a huge wet blanket over the romantic notion of love as a cure-all, but there are too many cases throughout history which prove that it is not, which is quite tragic.
Yes Love seems to be the answer in so many ways. It is why when a child comes running up to you with a hurting finger and you kiss it, the child stops crying. You cannot deny the healing power of love for too long but I think it does begin with self love.I have recently experienced the benefits of Love Energy when i happened to see this site https://www.facebook.com/pages/Love-Ene … 0303402900
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