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Love yourself – this is hardcore science

“As a doctor, let me tell you what self-love does: It improves your hearing, your eyesight, lowers your blood pressure, increases pulmonary function, cardiac output, and helps wiring the musculature. So, if we had a rampant epidemic of self-love then our healthcare costs would go down dramatically. So, this isn’t just some little frou-frou new age notion, oh love yourself honey. This is hardcore science.”

~ Christiane Northrup

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What really made you sick – the cause and cure

“It wasn’t thinking about sickness that made you sick.
It was being mad at your daughter,
it was being mad at your mother,
it was being mad at your husband,
it was being mad at your wife,
it was about being unhappy at work,
it was about complaining about this,
it was about complaining about the government,
it was complaining about things where you can’t do anything about it!”

Abraham Hicks

The one thing that made me feel relief when my mother died ❤

Sometimes it just seems unfair. Today I got to know that a person that I have know for many years is going to die sometime in June/July/August. Not much time life. Why?

I remember feeling the same cold, dark quietness within me when I was 18 years old, in May 2002, when a doctor told us my mother had only a few months left to live. There was nothing they could do back then either. It was cancer then too. Why? My mom died in September that year, on 11/9 2002. 4 months after we had spoken to the doctor.

When she had died I remember feeling chocked that the world around us just kept on living, that life just kept moving forward – as if her life ment nothing. I remember how painful it was for me, how many burning tears of despair I wept… the endless black hole within me. The difficulty to breathe at night, when it was dark. The anxiety and death wish I began to feel.

I remember driving home to my parents house, spending the night going through old photographs of my mother… going through her closet to find something that I could take home with me and keep as a reminder. But nothing helped until one night, shortly after. I dreamt a very strong dream. I dreamt that I went back to my parents house again, that I went into a specific room, looked up to my right at a specific spot on a shelf, that I took down a magazine holder there and pulled something out if it. Then I woke up.

The dream was incredibly intense, felt incredibly real and was incredibly clear and detailed. As I woke up I felt I HAD TO GO AND DO WHAT I HAD DONE IN THAT DREAM. And so I did.

I went to my parents house again, went into that specific room, looked up to my right on the shelf, saw a magazine holder right where I had looked in my dream. Took it down, looked inside it and found my mom’s journal from the year when her father died (when she was in her early twenties). In it she had written exactly how she felt when her father had died and how she made herself feel relief about it.

Now THAT was an incredible experience that made me feel so much relief about my mother’s death. There is absolutely no way that I would ever have gone in to that room and looked in that magazine holder if I had not dreamt that dream. No way. I had no idea she had kept a journal from that year – she had never ever mentioned it or anything about her father’s death either. I found this simply because of my dream. I knew some how that it was a message from my mother, and that belief gave me relief.

Death cannot be meaningless, death cannot be a sentence, death cannot be a punishment – death cannot be the end.

I have come to believe that death is just a shift of perspective. Yes, you leave your body but who you really are continues to live and shine brighter than ever. I have no evidence, no facts, no stories told by dead people… just my belief. It gives me comfort, it gives me relief and it makes me feel better about my parent’s deaths, my student’s death, my friends’ deaths and everyone else’s death as well, including my own.

So yes, I felt that same dark, empty quietness within me when I heard the news today, but I also feel there is meaning in life as well as in death. There is no end, only a change of perspective. He will forever live on, this is just a transition. His pain will end and this movie called his life here on earth at this time will end too, but it is not the end of who he really is. ❤

The healthiest thing you can do ❤

The problems can be solved, your life can and will improve – the magic solution

The place to begin is in your own mind. What to change is your thinking. Take gentle, baby-steps each day in the direction of liking yourself a little bit more.

What you have done, what health issues you might have or what ever the negative experience might be – there is only one thing at the top of your list of priorities, which affects everything, and that is how you feel. When you affect that, regardless the unwanted circumstances, now you have found the magic solution.

Your body has the potential of being as young and as vital as it has ever been ❤

Mind over matter – it is all in the attitude. What thoughts are you thinking daily about your body, your health, your vitality and on all topics in your life? It may seem insignificant but it is the little daily thoughts that matter the most. These thoughts affect how you view everything in your life and most importantly, they affect how you feel.

Fountain of youth begins within, with the thoughts you choose to think daily – about all topics. Not just about yourself, your body and your health but your thoughts about everything.

Each time you think in lackful ways – no matter the subject – it takes its toll on you and your body. And you can do something about that!

The cure and the answer you seek

Change how you look at it and what you look at will change

Of course it is going to feel awful when you see something you don’t want to see – when you look at, hear, say or experience something that goes against your desires then your inner guidance will alert you of your detrimental perspective. It is normal.

Just gently sooth yourself into feeling a little relief. You can back away from the specifics, take a more general approach and find relief regarding that topic.

The cure it all 

When people come to me with a problem, I don’t care what it is – poor health, lack of money, unfulfilling relationships, or stifled creativitythere is only one thing I ever work on, and that is LOVING THE SELF.

I find that when we really love and accept and APPROVE OF OURSELVES EXACTLY AS WE ARE, then everything in life works.”

Louise Hay, “You can heal your life”, p. 22-23

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