For Christians, I look to see what their view of Jesus is. Now, if their view of Jesus is that Jesus is the Son of God, I turn to them and ask them, “Well, then who are you?” And, they say, “Well, I’m also a child of God.” Now for these people, it’s easier to heal because there is no identity issue once they realize who they really are and who the Creator really is: that they are a spiritual being in a body, and that that spiritual being that’s in the body has dominion over the body. Once they realize they have dominion over the body, what can’t they heal?
The other challenge for us is found on page two of Genesis that states, “And behold, everything that was created was very good.” Well, the challenge is that if we see everything that was created as “very good,” you’re more conducive to wellness and to healing. Now, if you believe in darkness, in the power of darkness, or the “fallen angel” and all that, then here is another idea to contemplate: If you give God’s power to darkness, it’s more of a challenge for healing. Let me explain.
Here is the way I look at darkness and I try to see if the patient or client will agree with the idea that there’s only one “Source” or Higher Power. For me, there’s only one power and that’s God. Now, if they believe God is good or God is love, then where does darkness come from?
In response, I usually hear about the story of the falling angel. Well, here’s my theory, whether it’s true or not, whether you believe it or not, whether you want to buy into it or not, I don’t really care. Is my position conducive to wellness? Yes. I believe any dark power is an entity that has tricked us to taking God’s power and giving it away to them, and it’s not our job to give God’s power to anything. If something doesn’t have any power, it cannot harm you. If you do not give it any power, it cannot harm you.
Here are some spiritual ideas for wellness. If it resonates with you or matches your beliefs, that’s great and if it does not, that’s okay too. It is what I found that people who have particular mindsets are more conducive to healing. I also noticed in dealing with patients and clients that have these ideas incorporated in their belief system enjoy a much rapid healing process.
Let’s go over some ideas. Again, if it resonates with you, great if it does not, that’s okay. The first view is your view of God. I found that people who believe that God is punishing, would punish themselves. Those who believe that God is love or unconditional love heal much faster. There’s less fear. That Divine Love casts out fear. And remember, fear is one of the chief components, contributors to dis-ease.
When a doctor tells you, you have this or that, and it is going to progress this way, all this fear is brought into play immediately. It actually results in the opposite of healing. To cast out fear, we use Divine Love. So, if your view of God is unconditional love, it’s a real easy step for you. Cont'd in next entry.. "What you believe helps you heals".
Are you positive? Are you negative? Illness is a symptom of “stinking thinking.” Another concept we should focus on is that fact that you are not a victim. Since you choose the thoughts associated with event(s) you are a victim of your own thoughts. Since you brought it upon yourself, you cannot be a victim. It doesn’t randomly select you. You select “it.” It doesn’t randomly fly through the air and say, “Hey, I’ll take this person and that person and give them this ‘issue’ in this part of their body.” It doesn’t work that way. The way it works is you manifest it, consciously or unconsciously. Now, consciously, most people would say they would not manifest such an issue. Unconsciously however, you actually often do.
So, there is a benefit from it, consciously or unconsciously. If you feel that you’re in a situation, a life situation and there’s no way out, whether it’s in a relationship, financial, by manifesting this issue, there’s a way out. Now remember, it’s occurring consciously and unconsciously. Consciously, you probably wouldn’t want to manifest it. Unconsciously, your reasoning is it is a way out. So, you’re not a victim. It’s chosen. It’s manifested, and there are perceived benefits.
We have this illusion that says that because our parents had it (disease, a condition, or something else) and our grandparents also had it, that we have a probability of getting it. That’s not true. What goes from generation to generation to generation is the idea. The thought is what goes from generation to generation. The cells in your body do not know what your parents or grandparents had. It makes no difference to them.
What will make a difference to your cells are your emotions. Are you positive? Are you negative?
But, here’s the “aha” moment - There is an emotionally significant event(s), what I like to call the tipping point, and it might not necessarily be the biggest point, but it’s the point that takes you over the edge, where the event literally manifests into a physical issue. I cannot emphasize this anymore than I have! In my experience this occurs 100% of the time. Within 30 days of physical symptom, there was an event or a series of events that created an emotion, which manifested into the condition.
So, what happens if there is an event or a series of events that invokes fear (fear is just one of the emotions that challenges one’s peace), this fear might invoke a false belief. Mother passed away from this, Grandmother passed away from that. All of a sudden, you’re celebrating an anniversary or you turn a certain age. Regardless, something triggers the idea and next thing you know is the person has manifested dis-ease.
The brilliant thing about all of this is it’s all based on a chosen view, how you decide, how you choose to view a situation, your perception! When you change your perception to the positive (loving) you begin to heal. So, in 100% of the patients that I’ve worked with, they all had an event or a series of events that they emotionally responded to, which manifested into dis-ease. Also, 100% of them, consciously or unconsciously had seen a benefit in having the dis-ease, and 100% of the patients are working with life lessons.
Just to review:
Diet plays a role but is not the cause.
The common thread is discourse.
Change your “view” of the event(s)
The role of fear
100% of the patients …
Dealing with an emotional event(s)
Dealing with the your “choice” of view
Saw a benefit to disease (unconsciously)
Are dealing with a “life lesson”
Fear fuels dis-ease. We must bring peace to every cell in our body to overcome the thought (fear) that illness means death. It's a choice to change our mind.
It’s not what goes into your mouth that causes illness. It’s what comes out of your mouth. Or, what doesn’t come out of your mouth and you hold and you bury and you stuff down into your consciousness.”
Diet does play a role, but it’s not the cause. The cause of illness is “stinking thinking.” I see patients who eat well, they exercise, might even be vegan or vegetarian, but they have a health issue.
When I first started working with patients, I quickly discovered that the commonality of all of the patients is disharmony or discourse in their life. There was something that they decided to allow to take their peace away. They chose to give up the peace of God for this thought. That’s the common thread. 100% of all the patients that I’ve worked with had an emotional event or series of events that triggered the body into manifesting a physical issue. What I have seen is that triggering event is often within 30 days of the first symptom.
It might be a “loss of…” issue, such as a loss of a spouse, loss of a family member, loss of a house, loss of a job, loss of a 401k, loss of identity, real or unreal, imagined or not, but it is all too often tied to a loss. Additionally, the same response can occur due to a change, a change in household members, people coming, people going, change of corporate ownership, change of political office (Republican/Democrat), change of financial status (loss of income or wealth), or a changed view. They no longer view that child that way, their spouse that way, the government that way, their finances that way.
So, it’s either a “loss of” issue or a type of change, a disruption of their life as they know it and a disruption of their sense of peace. Additionally, it might also be a loss of personal identity. They no longer see themselves as “that” person. Or, it might be the change in which they see another person, a family member, spouse, co-worker, or themselves that brings on dis-ease.
The number one cause of illness is your choice in allowing something to take your peace away, and that peace is taken either by anger, regret, remorse, resentment, fear, and un-forgiveness with yourself, or with others, past, present, future, real or not.
Now, the great thing is because our reality of the situation is subjective, to change our view of a situation or event(s), it does not have to be real, just believed or ‘felt” which we do most often spiritually.
For example, if someone has negative financial issues, and they knew that these financial issues would be resolved shortly, real or not, (without them dying), they would be at peace. Our emotional and mental response then would determine our health and long-term ability to be at peace with any situation.
If someone has relationship issues and they believe that the situation can be or is resolved, just accepting this notion, or thinking they can change their situation they can arrive at place of peace.
The key to wellness for patients is for them to visualize themselves at peace at all costs, immediately, because once they do, they begin to heal. Visually, you can see the difference. Energetically, you can tell the difference. With muscle testing, you can tell the difference. With medical testing you can tell the difference.
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!
In the past, the process of identifying the issue or the series of events with a patient could take weeks.
Over the years I developed a formula or a process so we could identify most of our patient’s issue(s) within one hour. By the end of that time,the patients would agree with our assessment. I’m saying the moment we brought it to their consciousness, to their awareness, and that we were to be in 100% agreement that the event(s) was tied to their manifestation of their illness, we were able to move forward.
First, we would identify the emotional event(s) that caused them to be “not at ease,” and once we were able to change their view of those situations or those events and change their emotions bonded to those event(s), they began to heal. The healing indicators would show up in blood tests, various medical tests, their level of energy and through muscle testing.
Also, in working with these patients, I noticed there were these identifiable patterns, these established patterns where each and every patient would fall into a group or a category. The “mind treatment” for that category was very similar (usually treated through guided meditations).
At one particular time, I had an epiphany. It was my “aha” moment, right in the middle of assisting a patient. The idea came to me that if patients understood that these events caused their illness and they knew how to deal with it, they would never be sitting in front of me. I would never have seen them. They would be well and healthy. They would be whole, pure, perfect, and disease-free.