Blessed are those who have regard for the weak; the Lord delivers them in times of trouble. The Lord protects and preserves them—they are counted among the blessed in the land—he does not give them over to the desire of their foes. The Lord sustains them on their sickbed and restores them from their bed of illness.
Used to improve and maintain one's health, as well as to aid in any type of healing process, whether physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual. physical or emotional pain, sadness, and grief as well as trauma from the past. Can be used to restore, alleviate, improve, regenerate, repair, revive, make sound, and renew ones physical, mental, or physical condition.
- White or blue candles
- Sprinkle in four corners of sick person’s room
- A few drops in bath
- Anoint the head, heart, or the body
- Feed mojo bags
- Dust petitions
Obtain a photograph of yourself or the ill person with their eyes visible. On the photo, write your full name, or the name of the afflicted, and date of birth—but not across the eyes. Place the image of face upward in a fireproof candleholder. Place the candle immediately in front of your image. Light the candle and recite Psalm 41 aloud, which is about those who have wronged others or when healing is required. Tell God exactly what happened and ask God to cure you before ending the recitation with the word Amen.
Another excellent method is to mix some Healing Oil with Kosher salt in a bowl of water. For 7 nights, put it under your bed and pray Psalms 41.
Healing Powder can be laid where the person will come in contact with it such as in linens, hats, shoes etc.
You can also work with St. Dymphna for yourself or the person you are healing. She is the patron of stress, anxiety, and mental health.
Prayer to St. Dymphna
Good St. Dymphna, great wonder worker in every affliction of mind and body; I humbly implore your powerful intercession with Jesus through Mary, the health of the sick in my present need (petition goes here, can also be written on a small piece of paper and burned). St. Dymphna, martyr of purity, patroness of those who suffer with nervous and mental affliction, beloved child of Jesus and Mary, pray to them for me and obtain my request. St. Dymphna, virgin, and martyr. Pray for us. Amen.:
Repeat when you are feeling anxious or nervous. St. Dymphna is an exceedingly kind and gentle spirit to work with and she is excellent to help bring healing when you feel sad, anger, or upset.
Purchase a St. Dymphna novena or you can print a picture of her (google) and use a plain white or blue candle and anoint with healing oil and roll or sprinkle in healing powder.
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