healingly


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healingly

(ˈhiːlɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a healing manner, intended to heal
References in classic literature ?
The peaceful serenity of the hour and place, having no reproaches or evil intentions within her breast to contend against, sank healingly into its depths.
But red embers are needed for toast Flames are different; they soothe and entrance, And the past, like the friendliest ghost, Eases healingly out as they dance.
Works by the show's twenty-one artists and collaborative teams, spread across the walk-up's second floor, predictably included a number of talismanic objects designed to convey and receive supernatural energy--Psychedelic Soul Stick, 2001, a shamanistic staff wrapped in beads, bangles, and buttons, by Jim Lambie, and Pink and Gold Masks, 2006, Jennifer Cohen's array of gilded and painted talismans, both proposed an unspecified supernatural immanence for themselves, while the twinned crystal balls (one portentously dark, the other healingly clear) of Eva Rothschild's Actualisation, 1998, concretized the modern dialectic between old-school mysticism and New Age spirituality.