Healing Requests Circle
OK In Health’s Healing Circle
This OK In Health’s Healing Circle is supported by a range of our members such as experienced practitioners, complementary and integrative therapists, nurses, members who use the power of intent, use prayer, meditation, medical intuitives, healers and members who want to offer support. Our healing circle members volunteer to give their time freely; accepting requests for help to ease the suffering of all who ask. This service is free, no advice is given, no names are needed, and are without obligation. We do not need very specific information but the more you tell us, the more help that can often be. Location is often helpful too. You can use initials for names or just first name, or no name is also fine too.
Send A Request:
Just fill in your request in the form below. We would appreciate a follow up and if a healing is received, then you might like do a random act of kindness for someone in need.
Join Healing Circle:
If you would like to be part of this Healing Circle, then email us your name, email in the request form below. If you do not wish to join this healing circle, we still invite all our members to check in regularly to this page.
"Helping Humanity, Helping to Heal, Helping to Support One Another - One Person at a Time."
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