“Prayer is the food of the soul”
By: Rafael Núñez
“Prayer is the food of the soul”, affirms Rafael Núñez, creator of the account Healing with the Angels.
In this interview we talk with Rafael, a very religious man who has managed to heal, thanks to the intercession of God and his angels, people from different parts of the world, who have prayed with faith and devotion to overcome illnesses or other adverse situations that afflict them.
Rafael Eladio Núñez Aponte is a spiritual person. From the moment he gets up — with the first rays of light — he starts his communication with God. He does so through a series of religious practices that he has cultivated and renewed over the years. He doesn’t like the word “ritual” to describe them. He says “habits” sound best to explain the actions he nurtures his mind and soul with on a daily basis.
He doesn’t see himself as a rigid person, so he doesn’t have a set routine. Sometimes he starts his morning with the recitation of the Holy Rosary or with the Chaplet of Saint Michael the Archangel; others, with praise music (catholic or christian). But what he always does is to pray Psalm 91 to invoke divine protection from the early hours of the day until sunset.
He also likes to perform a prayer before every meal. “Lord, give bread to those who are hungry, hunger for you to those of us who have bread, bless these foods, the hands that made them. Amen”.
At night, he reads Psalm 91 or Psalm 27 again, and if during the morning, for various reasons, he could not do the Chaplet of St. Michael, he dedicates a few minutes before sleeping to this prayer.
“Prayer is the food of the soul, as well as food is nourishment to the body,” he tells us. Rafael confesses that there is a before and an after when you involve God and the angels in your life. And he wanted to share that feeling with all the people who follow him on his social networks.
Rafael affirms that he has evolved greatly since the day he began this spiritual path, the day he heard a deep voice that told him: “heal with your hand”. It could have been God directly, an angel or a being of light. From that moment, he assures, he began healing.
To do this, he had to prepare himself arduously with great mentors who helped him grow and evolve as a healer. “I had been practicing faith with Fundasitio (an NGO created by Rafael to promote social transformation), in charitable work, but the most important change is that it has given me more humility, because I am aware that the one who heals is not me. The one who heals is God with his holy angels. I am simply an intercessor, a channel, an instrument ”, he argues.
Social networks, without a doubt, have been a great support for him when it comes to carrying this message. Initially, he opened a Facebook account that he decided to call Healing with Angels, in order to share miraculous prayers with his entire audience. Later, he joined Instagram to have another direct communication channel with his followers. The prayers (to do in the morning and at night) and his Healing Live have been the highlight of Rafael, who tells us that to multiply Christian faith and devotion he has also ventured into other networks such as YouTube, Telegram and Clubhouse.
Social media testimonials
His reach has been really significant. On Instagram, he tells us, he received so many testimonies that he decided to create the account @testimoniosparadios to collect all the impressions of the people who healed with prayer.
The power of prayer
Rafa recognizes that there are incredulous people, skeptical people who do not believe in the healing power of prayer, so he took the opportunity to express that prayer creates an impressive protective shield, “like that Psalm 91 that says with his wings he will cover you, a thousand will fall to your left, ten thousand to your right, but they will not reach you ”. He adds that people who do believe always say that prayer powerfully changes their lives. “Everything happened to me. It doesn’t happen to me anymore. It’s like that faith, that God is with you and who is against God ”, is what they comment the most.
It also refers to negative feelings or disturbing emotions that affect the body, soul and mind of people who suffer from it. “You are hooked on that, and they remain in a memory, in that feeling of wanting to live it again, and that is the meaning of the word resentment, (resentimiento) re (again), sentimiento (feeling), and you do not heal the root of bitterness, the cause.
For them, he recommends:
- Practice forgiveness.
- Be thankful.
Rafael also emphasizes that there are evil and malicious feelings that can come from complaints, disagreements, the opposite of gratitude. “Some people are tormented by demons and think that they are them, what does that mean? That evil infiltrates the mind and gives negative ideas, thoughts. Sopeople, as they do not have the discernment, think that it is their own voice. But it is the voice of evil.
In these cases, how do you remove that voice from your head?
- Doing the Holy Rosary.
Talk to the angels
He says that talking to angels is like talking to a friend. He defines it as a dialogue of love. “Guardian Angel, sweet company, I want you to protect me today, I want everything to go well for me. Help me with this situation, or for example, Archangel Michael, protect me in this trip that I am going to, protect me in this meeting that I am going to have, take away my fears. You can also say, Archangel Raphael, heal my sight, heal this pain that I have in my spine, heal me while I sleep, heal my mom, heal my dad. Archangel Gabriel, help me have children, etc.”, he emphasizes.
Finally, he thanks MásQueDigital, a digital market company that he currently manages, for all the support that his team has given him since the beginning of this project; He also thanks the influencers who have collaborated so that his account grows in followers. “The advisories, the influencers and my personal experience have allowed the success of Sanando con los Angeles”, he says while he recognizes the loyalty of the public that follows him on his different social platforms. “Thank you all”.
By Rafael Núñez