I have discovered that transformation in most of my patients can be both real and unreal, occurred or not occurred. It could be just a thought. The body responds emotionally to something that is real or not. That is why if you wake up in the middle of the night with a cold sweat and your heart pounding because of a bad dream, the dream was not real. But the body responds as if it were. The same goes for a patient that believes their spouse no longer loves them or is cheating on them. I’ve worked with patients where I’ve asked, “Do you know it’s real? Is it true? Do you know it’s true?” It doesn’t even have to be real and the body is responding. Just by meeting with these patients and speaking with them, as an intuitive, I can tell the moment when their body begins to constrict and not go into a “healing mode” that this is an “issue”.
In this real/unreal situation, what happens is every time something reminds them of that event(s), and that emotion tied to the event(s), their body responds to it, consciously or not. This means that every time the response is triggered by a thought, the patient goes into “un-healing,” “dis-easing” and“not at ease” mode. In order to prevent this and to prevent dis-ease manifestation, what we need to do is be “at ease,”
In my upcoming blog series, I will reveal the different groups of patients I encounter, and how to avoid being a patient yourself. Very powerful!