Our emotions function as indicators of our souls, pointing to our personal pain, inner conflicts, beliefs about God and much more. We need to listen to our souls as part of our healing and personal transformation. This is in stark contrast to psychiatric medication that typically numbs the soul, prevents lasting healing and undermines spiritual growth.
I was diagnosed with cancer over forty years ago. I was given a ten percent chance to survive, at best. How did I cope with such a dire situation? This is my story.
What do we really need for our personal healing and transformation? More psychological technique? More psychiatric medication? Or love and compassion through a genuine healing presence? Could love deficits with a myriad of symptoms and disorder be the deepest “cry of the soul?”
Kirsten, a professional therapist, was suffering from atypical migraines and fibromyalgia. She shares her story how healing prayer in the Presence of Christ brought deep and lasting healing that medicine and therapy could not realize.
Jacqueline was diagnosed with bipolar disorder by three psychiatrists. She was on up to ten drugs, enduring their side effects, feeling increasingly hopeless and cutting herself. Through concentrated healing prayer, the causes of her deep emotional pain were revealed from her past. In Christ’s presence, she was totally healed. Chemical imbalance or any “problem with her brain” had nothing to do with her emotional suffering.