Posts Tagged "healing"

The Healing Light

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017

In the fourth step of the Seven Steps Into Angel Light, we work with the energy of Archangel Raphael. Click to watch my short introduction.

archangel_raphael_170Your body is a mirror of your life. Stepping into Raphael’s Light, you will find that you become more aware and tuned into your own “body talk”. You’ll become more open to eliminate emotional toxins and gain more insight into how our thoughts can make us sick. You will also learn deep healing techniques so that you are ready to step fully into a loving embrace with your purpose. Raphael’s Light can help us heal deep emotional wounds. Everything starts in our thoughts, our  consciousness, and so we can work with Raphael’s light to help reverse the degeneration in our cells, our thoughts and our relationships. Remind yourself daily: “Every cell in my body works in perfect harmony.”

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A Little Breathing Space

Posted by on Mar 31, 2017

AngelInsight_Transience_400For the next few weeks I’m doing a little bit of CPD (continuing professional development)- and some necessary wellbeing management for myself. I’m taking part in a Mindfulness course at the Buddhist centre in East London. So far, I am happy to report it is not only useful, relaxing and calming to listen to the soothing voices of the trainers, it is also beneficial to my health and hugely enjoyable. It was in this same place twenty years ago that I learned how to meditate, and it is so lovely to be back there, albeit briefly, on a weekly basis.

One of the most valuable natural resources for health is the air we breathe. How often do you think about that? Hardly ever I’ll bet – unless its either hot and dusty or there is a chill in the wind, or perhaps when there’s a strong smell in the air! Then what about the amazingly complex yet totally automatic action of breathing itself – how often are we aware of that? We breathe in and we breathe out from the first moment of birth. As we are born we gasp our first in breath, and as we pass away we expel our final out breath. And everything in between is held in that mysterious experience we call our ‘life’.

The Buddhist concept of breathing meditation is simply to sit comfortably and follow the breath in and out (either through the nose or mouth)with full awareness. If your mind wanders, as it will, you are asked to gently bring it back to the breathing and focussing on the breath and the act of breathing. They recommend breathing like this at least once or twice a day, just for a few minutes. This is a huge help in stressful situations, with many physical benefits (such as reducing blood pressure) as well as calming the mind and relaxing the body.

In the Essene tradition the breath is considered holy too and the Friday communion is with the Angel of Air:

“In the midst of the fresh air of the fields and the forests, there shall you find the Angel of Air. Patiently she waits for thee to quit the dank and crowded holes of the city. Seek her then, and quaff deeply of the healing draught that she does offer thee. Breathe long and deeply. That the Angel of Air may be brought within you. For the rhythm of thy breath is the key of knowledge which doth reveal the Holy Law…”

I’m enjoying my extra bit of CPD immensely – funny really, that sometimes we have to find the space to really breathe!

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Healing when Love really hurts!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2016

AngelInsight_RaphaelHave you ever had a row with your lover, or partner, that has left you feeling weak or sick for days? The kind of argument that echoes in your head so long you don’t know which way to turn?

Very few of us have escaped the pain that a rift within relationships can cause. Of course we may fall out with friends, or family, and experience differences of opinion with work colleagues which can leave us feeling miserable… but the greatest pain and deepest wounds seem to be caused by the bitter arguments and emotional battering we experience within our closest ‘loving’ relationships. Not only from the very serious, such as divorce, but continuing bickering over domestic issues causes problems.

Many lovely people are carrying the scars of a failed or toxic relationship. Sometimes the pain is fresh and raw, but in many cases the rift still hurts after decades. It is so important to be able to heal our emotional wounds before they become too deep.

Evidence shows that the cells within our amazing human body have a memory of their own and will hold the pain in certain areas, particularly the joints or heart and chest area. This weakens us, often to the point of debilitating physical discomfort and chronic ‘dis-ease’.

So how can the angels help us with this human condition?

It could be said that all our guardian angels bring love, compassion, and healing, but when it comes to specific issues it is good to develop a regular communication with one of the great Archangels and learn to attune to the powerful energy carried by these beneficent beings.

Archangel Raphael is known as the great healer. In fact the name means “God has healed” or “the shining one who heals”; rapha in Hebrew means “healer” or ‘doctor”. Raphael helps with all issues of wholeness, healing, vision, and scientific discovery. He also assists with overcoming degeneration, superstition, error and blockages in abundance. Not only does he help in overcoming disease but also healing on a psychological and spiritual level such as with deep emotional wounds caused by personal relationships.

So, if you would like angelic help with this particular issue here are three ways of working with Archangel Raphael for healing your emotional wounds, and also dealing with the overall challenging situation. You can spend as long or as short a time on these exercises as you please. The more you practice them, the greater the effect.

One: Cellular Healing

Call upon the energy of Archangel Raphael, three times. (Three has a significantly powerful mystical property which, when used as a mantra or fiat – a decree or command- magnifies the intention of your prayer or request. It has been used for thousands of years in spiritual rituals.)
Imagine a beautiful green light surrounding you and filling your body with peaceful healing light. Ask the powerful energy of Archangel Raphael to cleanse away any toxic thoughts and memories that are causing you pain. Imagine the green light calming your mind as you breathe it in for a few moments, balancing your energies and repairing your cells. Say this affirmation to your self as often as you like in sets of three: “Every cell in my being works in perfect harmony”.

Two: Forgiveness

Call Archangel Raphael three times and ask that his energy surround you for this exercise. Picture the person, or partner (with whom you have the issue) as happy and well. Now picture in your mind’s eye a whole circle of angels surrounding that person. With Archangel Raphael by your side you enter the circle and stand facing your partner. In this safe and sacred space say to your partner: “I truly forgive you for any pain you have caused me. … And I ask you to forgive me too for any pain I might have also caused you.” Thank Archangel Raphael and the angels of healing for their assistance, knowing that this powerful exercise has already begun to take effect and that it will create the best possible outcome for all concerned.

Three: Compassion

There are three elements to compassion, and these are love, kindness and patience. It is often easier to be loving, kind and patient with someone else but can be very difficult to have these qualities for our self.

Archangel Raphael wants us to heal with compassion, by reminding us how unique, beautiful and loved we really are. Remember that the angels see only the light within us, and the more we treat others and ourselves with tender loving care the brighter we shine. When we have compassion for ourselves, we can also feel the same for even those who hurt us.

Close your eyes for a moment and imagine you can see a tiny light forming behind your eyes. Watch as it gets brighter and brighter reminding yourself that this is your inner Divine light. Give this little light your love and admiration, just as you would any other thing of great beauty and value. Now imagine the other person in this situation, with a beautiful light shining from within. Say in your head (or out loud if no-one is listening): “The Divine light within me acknowledges and loves the Divine light within you”. This way you can have compassion for the Divine light within for you and your partner without actually focusing on any negativity within the situation.

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