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Healing thoughts sent to another can bring comfort

Updated on July 5, 2011
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Thoughts Heal the Universe


When someone is in discomfort, fear and pain, a healing thought can offer them comfort. Knowing someone is thinking about them during their time of challenge, can be represented as a rainbow to another. It does not matter if you know them well or not at all, since healing thoughts are the work of the Cosmic Source. We are the healers of the world. Our thoughts are the tools we are to use. There is always someone in need of them, and they do not even need to know you exist. Sending these thoughts to those in the world, in hospitals, in war torn nations only takes a few moments of your day. If there were millions of people sending them each day, these healing thoughts would grow throughout our Universe. They would also join you and others together in being part of the ONE.

Our world might be filled with chaos. We might be concerned about having a job, enough to eat, a lover long gone, if a lover will ever come and there are so many scenarios for people to worry in consummation. When we step out of these worries for just a few minutes a couple of times a day, and pray for healing of those in need, we join the rainbow of hope that is a real part of our world. We can step out of our own pain for just a few minutes, and this also aids to the healing of our challenges. Our body becomes nourished with energies of love. This we all need to have filter throughout our bodies each day. This type of healing though works best when not limited to a certain group. It is my belief the Source loves us all. Only we as humans decide who to love or not. In a given day, if we can reach out to those who go against our beliefs and send them love, we are opening ourselves to experiencing how God loves.

Healing thoughts can become a ritual to do at least two times a day. They are not to be mixed with our own needs. They are only for those we are sending too, who are in need of healing. It is fine and well suggested to send healing thoughts to our self as well, but I prefer to do so at a different time of the day. Why, do I proceed this way? When we are in crises, is it hard to not dwell deep into the emotional waters of our crises. It can muddy the waters of those who we are sending too, and muddy waters are the last thing we wish to send out. It also is a time for others, and much needed. We leave our concerns to the side as we do this. We become unengaged with your little world, and move into the bigger world.

A simple prayer sent to all those in a hospital, for example, is; may you all find the healing grace of love today. You can do this as you light a candle, or look at the sky. There are many variations, but a small ritual will help you to send out your loving thoughts. A small altar is ideal too for this, because when you pass your altar it will bring the remembrance of your thoughts. The more you do this you will even notice a wonderful healing energy lingering over your altar.

May you all feel the healing grace of love today!

Renee Abbott


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      Renee Abbott 

      7 years ago from Arizona

      Thank you very much Happyboomernurse.

      Yes, we do become part of that rainbow:)

      blessings

      Renee

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      Gail Sobotkin 

      7 years ago from South Carolina

      I do believe that sending healing thoughts to others especially in the form of prayer does help heal those we pray for and at the same time it raises our own spirits.

      I love the way you put it: "When we step out of these worries for just a few minutes a couple of times a day, and pray for healing of those in need, we join the rainbow of hope that is a real part of our world." Voted this hub up, useful and beautiful.

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