This quote about praying in a state of appreciation vs supplication (or desperation) is most useful in regard to all types of healing. Plus it naturally calms us.
“The correct prayer is therefore never a prayer of supplication, but a prayer of gratitude. When you thank God in advance for that which you choose to experience in your reality, you in effect, acknowledge that it is there…in effect. Thankfulness is thus the most powerful statement to God – an affirmation that even before you ask, I have answered. Therefore never supplicate… Appreciate.”
~ Neale Donald Walsch
True listening is both a state of bliss and a form of healing. So lovely to know and demonstrate. Karen
Eckhart Tolle: “Occasionally people would come to me. I was sitting with a woman one day and she was telling me her story and I was in a state of listening, a state of bliss as I was listening to the drama of her story, and suddenly she stopped talking and said, “Oh, you are doing healing.””
Alan Cohen: “Laughter lifts us over high ridges and lights up dark valleys in a way that makes life so much easier. It is a priceless gem, a gift of release and healing direct from Heaven.”
Deepak Chopra: “When we connect to the infinite source of wisdom within, creative new ideas, opportunities, and healing spontaneously unfold.”
Each person/being can connect to the Infinite Source directly – one way is communing in nature, another is meditation or deep stillness. A sincere question arises from our heart during our times of inner query; the unfolding and healing afterward are our answers and bring us closer to our truest self. That answer may have many layers and the depth of infinite substance and we may discover more aspects of it gradually over time on our journey. At its core is Love. Karen
Deepak Chopra: “Any cell, tissue, or organ is capable of crying for attention, and when you give it some, the healing process begins.”
The quote below is from Abraham-Hicks
A true healer does not heal you; she simply reflects back to you your innate capacity to heal. She is a reflector, or a loving transparency.
A true teacher does not teach you; she does not see you as inherently separate from her. She simply reflects back your own inner knowing, and reminds you of the vastness of your being. She is a mirror, a signpost.
And love is the space in which all of this is possible; love heals, and we learn best in a loving field, no threat of failure, no punishment.
– Jeff Foster
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