When we face a health challenge connected to the Wisdom of our Body, we are never a victim. We accept our inner resources and become powerful partners with our health professionals. We respond to treatments better and the quality of our life improves.
We live in a society that values the creations of the brain more than they value life itself. If we are dealing with a health struggle that depresses you, don’t focus on those depressing thoughts.
Illness forces us to value our life more than our thoughts, so take advantage of this rare opportunity and enter the silence beyond thinking and appreciate life.
In silence is the Wisdom of the Body and powerful inner resources to help you deal with your health. Ignoring this resource is creating “frustration” or in Latin that word means to do something in vain.
When I talk to people who have a chronic illness or a disability they often tell me what is difficult. How they are dealing with their medication, what is going wrong and the challenges they are not successful at and that is important to get out.
But the most important thing is how you are going to deal with those struggles.
We can not always control our body; even though I attempt to do that all of the time. What I do have control over is the attitude I approach those goals with.
Attitudes are created by the decisions you make, but often those decisions were not made consciously. You have the power to correct poor attitudes if you can change that decision.
Are you worthy of healing? Do you trust your doctor? Does your illness serve you by excusing you from things you would rather avoid? These decisions have a powerful effect on the attitude you approach healing.
To create the attitude of healing, where your inner environment is open and ready to heal: you may need to change decisions you sub-consciously made in the past.
Preparing For Blindness The Blind-Zone is where your thoughts and perceptions are not as important as your life and deepest inner wisdom.
Ultimate Healing; Mind/body When you look at an ultimate healing; you have to consider the mind of the patient as you focus on healing the body. If you heal the body without healing the mind there really isn’t a complete healing. In this article we look at how thinking habits can easily be changed so the way illness is interpreted supports the healing process.
What we think in our mind has immediate effects on the experience of the body. Our interpretations have the ability to increase the stress we feel and stress has an influence on our immune system and how we respond to medical treatments. We have the power to control our interpretations and if that helps our medical treatments only 10%; it is a good idea to look at that part of our life seriously.
The creations of our mind aren’t how we can cure our illnesses; but if the way we use our mind limits us in any way we have to correct that to heal at our full potential. We have the power to create new thinking habits so we interpret reality differently. If the way we think can influence our health only 10%, that increase is nothing to ignore. 10% of a million dollars is significant and a 10% in healing is significant also.
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