Creating Love Pictures for Others

Creating Love Pictures for Others

In our work as  Healing Codes Coach/Practitioners, we encourage clients to come up with a “love picture” to focus on while doing a Healing Code. A love picture is a memory of a time when they felt very loved and secure.

Sadly, some people have trouble coming up with even one loving memory for a love picture.

A recent conversation with a friend reminded me of the fact that we can help other people heal by creating love pictures for them. Mary told me how she went out to breakfast with a friend the day before. How her friend made her feel so loved. “I went home  and got so much done!” she told me. ” And I didn’t need to use my nebulizer [for asthma] once!”

Interesting, the connection between “feeling so loved” and having a productive and healthy day.

This week, I had an opportunity myself to perhaps create a “love picture” for my daughter. When she went to bed with a queasy stomach, I thought, “Uh-oh.”  Two nights before, I’d been up all night with stomach flu. Now it was her turn.

At 1:30 a.m., I heard her in the bathroom. I got up and went to her. For the next four and a half hours I stayed with her, holding her head as she retched every 15 minutes. She kept saying, “I’m going to die.”

All through the night,  I held her hands or her head, prayed, stole away when she was able to lie down to do some Healing Codes for her. After about 4 hours, she  held my hands tightly and said, “I love you, Mom. I’m sorry I was unsympathetic when you were sick.” Sweet words, especially coming from a teenager! Shortly after that, she was finally able to lie down and sleep.

That night changed something in our relationship. I think she felt in a new way that I love her. The love that her head knew was there, now penetrated deeper into her heart. And into mine, too.

By God’s grace, a miserable experience was transformed into a love picture that perhaps she will cling to someday. When she remembers that night, I hope what will stand out was not the misery, but the memory of someone being with her. And I pray that she will know that Someone who loves her is always with her, sharing every moment, even the most miserable.

What kind of love pictures can you create for someone else today? As a parent, a friend, a partner, we have tremendous power to heal, just with our love.

Diane Eble is a Certified Healing Codes Coach/Practitioner, the author of Abundant Gifts, and the editor of The Healing Code.


  1. Thanks for the affirmation. I am preparing a scrapbook of happy memories to give to my grandson who, at present time, is in juvenile hall for 2 weeks. His life seems to be on a downward spiral–and he’s only 16 years old! I’d appreciate any other suggestions of what I can do for him.

    1. Anne,

      What a beautiful thing you are doing for your son!

      You can also pray for him and do Healing Codes for him. I do Healing Codes for my children and they make a difference. When I know their issues, I address them, but most of the time I just pray that God would heal whatever issue is bothering them most, and do a Code for that. (As a practitioner, I can develop custom codes for them, but you can do universal Healing Code from the book. You can also get custom codes from a practitioner to do for others.)

  2. I loved this article. thank you. we all need those love moments with our loved ones

  3. Thank You Healing Code, Your words and efforts has helped me to heal in my daily Life. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Keep up the great work!!!!!

  4. I guess “feeling so loved” is why married men live longer than single men. I too experienced when I felt so loved that I felt all is right with my world. You get through things quicker when you feel loved. Thanks for this article!

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