Heal- Angel Message:
A relationship that caused distress, heals. The giver (one or more persons) puts out a hand to make amends. The receiver (one or more persons) welcomes their good will with open arms. It is a step forward for both individuals/parties. This reunion may transpire because someone is ill; mentally (distress, anxiety, etc), emotionally (sadness, grief, etc) or physically. Whatever the cause, these two sides are brought back together by divine intervention as an answer to a call (prayer) for help.
The body sends healing signals. Take tender loving care by paying attention to the heart. The heart intuitively knows what to do. If the heart hurts (or is in pain), stop whatever you’re doing ~ including ruminating about the challenge. Pull back until your next steps are clear. If you need to cry, cry to clear the dense energy. Now is not the time to hold back the flow. If your heart is warm, fuzzy, and is tugging at you to go; move forward without hesitation. Remember that laughing, or making light of the situation, is the best form of healing medicine.
Grace administers healing. There is a reason for why and when things happen. Sometimes we’ll never know ‘why’ because it is beyond our comprehension. There is, however, an underlying order in things for our highest good. We may not always get what we want, but we get what we need to restore harmony. And you can feel this transition with a peaceful heart. The mending of this union happens because both parties need one another, more than they realize, for balance and the greater good.
Case in point, a healing took place at the same location where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his most famous address, calling for an end to racism in the United States; ” A Fuller Picture Emerges of Viral Video of Native American Man and Catholic Students.…on Sunday, January 20, Mr. Phillips (Native American) clarified that it was he who had approached the crowd and that he had intervened because racial tensions — primarily between the white students and the black men — were “coming to a boiling point”…”I stepped in between to pray,” Mr. Phillips said.” Read the full story; New York Times