The next group for wellness is false belief. False belief is akin to the person who sneezes while somebody on the other side of the room also starts to sneeze. They think the germs went across the room and infiltrated the body, and now they sneeze. No, it’s like yawning. If a person on one side of the room yawns, then the person on the other side of the room yawns. It wasn’t because the yawning molecules went across the room, infiltrated that person’s body, and caused them to yawn. What went across the room was the idea, the thought.
We see this in genetics. We put so much faith in genetics. However, genetics is an illusion. The cells in your body do not care what your parents had, your mother had, your father had, or your grandparents had. They don’t know, don’t care, and it does not matter. The cells in your body are responding to your emotions. Whether it’s positive or negative, they’re just responding. Your body is responding to your emotions and acting on it.
The reason why we know false belief isn’t true is the medical community has to speak in percentages. The reason why is, because it’s not a science. Modern medicine is not a science. How many times do you hear a doctor say, “100%?” Never. The reason why is there’s always these “outside” factors or external variables.
If the idea that illness is caused by genetics was so true, then why don’t identical twins get the same illness? The reason why is that they interpret situations “differently.” Let’s say you have identical female twins. At age 17, they both go to the school dance. Now, they went to the same exact dance. One perceived it one-way. One perceived it another way.
One might have said, “I had a great time.” The other one comes back and says, “I hate men.” Throughout their life, they repeat the same thing where one had a great time and the other one hates men. They both get into a relationship and the one still hates men. The one that hates something manifests an issue and the one that enjoyed life doesn’t get the issue. But, according to genetics, they both should have the issue. If one gets it, the other one does, but statistically, they don’t. So, genetics is an illusion. It is all in how you choose to respond to situations.