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Quotes tagged as "healing-quotes" (showing 1-30 of 56)
Naked flights of art unshackled and incandescent songs of poetry undiluted return to the soul
“Naked flights of art unshackled and incandescent songs of poetry undiluted return to the soul what hate, ignorance, fear, and violence steal from the heart.”
Aberjhani, Splendid Literarium: A Treasury of Stories, Aphorisms, Poems, and Essays

Ashley Nikole
“I know good things have happened, don't mistake an expression of pain for a lack of thankfulness.”
Ashley Nikole

Donna Goddard
“Your body would not get sick if you held no thought of resentment. It is neither good nor bad of itself. If we hold anything against anyone, we will suffer ourselves.”
Donna Goddard, Waldmeer

Donna Goddard
“The question is: do you want suffering or do you want peace? It's that simple.”
Donna Goddard, Waldmeer

Donna Goddard
“Anything that is held in secret cannot be healed. The light cannot reach that which is locked away in the dark.”
Donna Goddard, Waldmeer

Jocelyn Soriano
“God's breath is like a fresh wind that renews us. Frail and weak as we are,we have hope. We find healing.”
Jocelyn Soriano, Mend My Broken Heart

Catherine Carrigan
“Healing happens when you honor who you really are and take advantage of this deeper knowledge to address all aspects of your being.”
Catherine Carrigan, The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

“Healing our wounds requires that we be willing to feel all of the uncomfortable emotions that lie within them.”
Jessica Moore

Donna Goddard
“Every grievance you hold hides a little more of the light of the world from your eyes until the darkness becomes overwhelming. Everything you forgive restores that light. So ask yourself, who is it that you are really hurting?”
Donna Goddard, Waldmeer

Ashley Nikole
“I was walking along one day and smacked into this wall called hope deferred and depression and...grief.
And it wouldn't budge.
After some time, I realized this darkness I'd found myself in was called grief.
I'd been through so much trauma, everything about me- including my body, emotions and soul, was shutting down and going into preservation mode.
I entered a season where the battle caught up with me and I realized just how badly I'd been beaten and torn up, inside and out.”
Ashley Nikole

Donna Goddard
“It is warmer here. Can you see the light? Trust it. It is safe. It has lived a long time. It has seen much more than you. You fight a demon that you once knew but the demon is already slain. And from the corner of your eye you will see the scattered, sacred fire reform again. Settle, settle. Peace, peace”
Donna Goddard, Love's Longing

Ashley Nikole
“But I think it is so important to not rush the process of grief- & I do not mean moping & wallowing. There's a difference, & often the three get mixed into the same cake & presented as- SELFISH (& often times self-inflicted) AGONY.
Not the same thing.”
Ashley Nikole

Ashley Nikole
“Sustained, complicated grief is hard- & yes, potentially dangerous-
ANYTHING worthwhile in life holds a certain measure of risk to it- and friends who tell you grief is dangerous & caution you to short track your process- don't even get me started on that cop-out of a mentality.
"Yes" friends are the unsafe ones, YEEE-IKESSS. Avoid them like the plague.
Face your process head on and figure out your relationship status with your G-Friend- & I don't mean girlfriend.
Grief is there to help us connect the islands, as it were, of our life. Without it, when something happens, we become wounded, detached & don't heal. We walk around with a gimp thinking we are stronger for ignoring that pesky, four-letter word of a third wheel friend.”
Ashley Nikole

Ashley Nikole
“There are supernatural seasons
that cannot be solved with physical solutions.”
Ashley Nikole

Ashley Nikole
“Pain only shows us we've lost something that was intimately involved in our lives. Why on earth would we do anything other than grieve, when something that was apart of us, is ripped away?”
Ashley Nikole

“It is this honest connection behveen two human beings that, in the end, makes what we endured together understandable and meaningful.”
Lynn I. Wilson, The Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality

Drishti Bablani
“A Loss is a Loss no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, it hurt because
It mattered. Let not other's decide whether
it should hurt or not , or how long it should
take to heal. Give yourself time and in addition a reminder - "We cannot snatch back, what is lost, from the brutal hands of time. We can only start building something even better now."
Focus your energy on the rebuilding and
your Pain will soon fade away.
I promise you that !”
Drishti Bablani

“I stopped by the mirror
by the window of my room
the shadows from within asked ' why did they leave? '
such a lovely sparkling soul, a girl so naive but funny
why did they 'have' to leave ?
what would have 'made' them leave ?.. I looked deep and deeper
through bones and flesh
and uncovered one by one
the layers of my low self esteem,
of no confidence,
of pain and hurt
unsaid unheard
and sighed..

and within that moment
of sheer nakedness it dawned upon me
how could they ever have stayed?.. for down the porch.. out in the garden..
for times ago.. our souls had never played together as children
how could they have stayed I smiled,
for I had to find my way to you, I had to come home,
to the girl so naive but funny”
Himanjali Singh

Cindee Snider Re
“Often when we seek comfort, what we long for is healing. If God removed the pain, frustration, discomfort or illness each time we sought His comfort, would we be drawn to Him out of love or simply opportunity?”
Cindee Snider Re, Finding Purpose: Rediscovering Meaning in a Life with Chronic Illness

Jocelyn Soriano
“I hope you remember that you always have a place to hide, away from the noise of the world, away from all that dares to wound your heart. You can always hide within the merciful heart of God.”
Jocelyn Soriano, 366 Days of Compassion: One Year Devotional

Phil Mitchell
“God's love is like a spring. It renews, refreshes, and gives life. Children also need to see a healing presence in their life.”
Phil Mitchell, A Bright New Morning: An American Story

Laurie Nadel
“When someone we know is hurting, it’s our instinct to want them to get better––first, for themselves, and also because our inability to assist leaves us feeling helpless.”
Laurie Nadel, The Five Gifts: Discovering Hope, Healing and Strength When Disaster Strikes

Olga Trujillo
“I started crying. "When will it stop hurting?"
"I don't know. I wish I could tell you. I wish I could take the pain away. But it will get better and easier for you over time.”
Olga Trujillo, The Sum of My Parts: A Survivor's Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder

“When the discomfort of emotional healing gets to be too much, tools that help us down-regulate become invaluable.”
Jessica Moore

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Think mindful, positive thoughts while you cook some yummy veggies like zucchini on the grill with a side of peaches. Consume foods with an apple cider vinegar tonic. It will be delicious and nutritious and aid your body in healing your weakened gut muscles.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Apple Cider Vinegar Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Essential oils can be used as a part of your first aid kit as well. They can reduce pain, fight infections, and promote healing.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Essential Oils Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Stephen Mansfield
“The confirmation of history is that we are not called despite our wounding and betrayal; we are wounded and betrayed because we are called. And God yearns to make your pain redemptive in your life.”
Stephen Mansfield, Healing Your Church Hurt: What to Do When You Still Love God But Have Been Wounded by His People

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