Love heals

The other day I didn’t feel so well.

I woke up at 6 am to go to the bathroom and my nose kept running like crazy.

My tummy was aching and i felt like I was at the beginning of a cold, which wouldn’t be a surprise due to the continuous weather change up here and the wind blowing at the windows like it is trying to blow our cabin away ☺️

When I went back to bed, Timothy was up, looking at me with his beautiful eyes full of love.

He asked me what was wrong and I told him what was going on inside of me.

He took me into his arms and placed one of his hands on by belly, softly saying „you are healed now“.

We laid like this for a while until we were ready to start the day.

Ever since, I felt absolutely amazing


We don’t always need a doctor in order to be healed.

Sometimes Healing can come from the intention of purely giving love and knowing that the other person is healed.

You don’t need to be a trained healer in order to share your love.

As long as the intention is to purely heal somebody with love and kindness, without wanting anything in return, you can be a healer, too.

La Ara

Published by La Ara

I have traveled all around the world and lived in Germany, Austria, the East Coast of the United Sates and the West Coast. After 4 exciting years in New York City where I sang and lived in a church, another great year in and 2 years of traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast in our Travel Trailer, my partner Tim and I have decided to stay in one place for a while, focusing on writing and inspiring people from all around the world. Our Home now is in California, the state we have always dreamed of. My posts mostly come from the inspiration I find within myself, from my journey through life and on the road with our trailer. What I don’t make to a blog gets turned into music. Tim and I are Singer-Songwriters with the Name: From the Aether. You can find our website here: www.fromtheaether.com

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