Archangel Raphael is known as the Angel of Healing. He works to heal people’s minds, spirits, and bodies so they can enjoy peace and good health to the fullest of God’s will for them. His name means “God’s Medicine or God Heals”.
Angels are found in all of the world’s religions including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, and some forms of Buddhism. The belief in powerful and benevolent spiritual beings is an ancient and common feature of most world religions…
An angel (from Greek: άγγελος meaning “messenger”) is a supernatural and ethereal being found in many religions, whose duty is to serve and assist God.
Archangel Raphael is the patron of the sick and those on Earth who heal the sick; he is here to protect us when we are at our lowest, our weakest , a messenger of God’s own healing light.
He delivers those who are plagued by dark energies by reminding us to focus on God’s light. He is associated with laughter, and he helps us to see the humor in all situations.
He is said to be the guardian of the Tree of Life, opposite of the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden.
As one of God’s supreme commanders, the guardian of Heavenly Eden and also one of the first true archangels of the heavens, Archangel Raphael is considered one of the most powerful beings in the universe. He is admired and respected by many angels of different castes, including cherubim and seraphim…
Prayer is a form of communication, expression, or supplication directed towards a higher power or a divine being. It is a fundamental aspect of various religious traditions and spiritual practices worldwide.
Prayer can take many forms and serve different purposes, including expressing gratitude, seeking guidance, requesting assistance, offering praise, and fostering a deeper connection with the divine.
The essence of prayer is the act of reaching out to a deity, spiritual entity, or a higher power to establish a connection, convey thoughts, feelings, and desires, and seek comfort, guidance, or intervention. It is often seen as a means of establishing a personal relationship with the divine and can be practiced individually or within a communal setting, such as in religious services or gatherings.
Prayer can be structured or spontaneous, recited from sacred texts or composed in the moment, depending on the religious or spiritual tradition and the preferences of the individual. It can involve words spoken aloud or silently in the mind, as well as physical gestures, postures, or rituals that vary across different faiths and cultures.
The practice of prayer is deeply rooted in the beliefs and traditions of different religions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and many others.
While the specific beliefs and practices surrounding prayer may differ, the overarching purpose remains the same: to establish a connection with the divine, seek spiritual fulfillment, and find solace, guidance, and support in times of joy, sorrow, need, or gratitude.
O glorious Archangel Raphael, great Prince of the heavenly court, you are the “Medicine of God”, I humbly pray to you to heal the many infirmities of my soul, and the ills which afflict my body… Please wrap my body in your emerald green light until there is no illness, no pain. Let me be whole once again, if it be for my greater good. I especially ask of you an angelic purity, which may fit me to be the temple of the Holy Spirit. Archangel Raphael, lead me towards those I am waiting for, those who are waiting for us. May all our movements, all their movements, be guided by your Light and transfigured by your joy. I know you are with us at all times, I ask for your assistance during our travels, just as you helped young Tobias on his travels. Please protect me and all concerned so we feel surrounded in God’s loving presence, until we reach our destination safely and with ease. Please surround me now and fill me with health, well-being, and wholeness. Help me to heal any wounds -physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually- from the past or present. Heal and restore every aspect of my being for the highest good of all… and so, it is… Amen…
May you be Light, May you be Love, May you be Aligned,
KC The Greek Shaman
"May we be Light, may we be Love, may we be Aligned"KC The Greek Shaman