The Secret was never a secret—

The average person believes that they must go to a doctor to get well. After all, this is what they’ve been brain washed into believing since they were old enough to understand life. Doctors are a staple in our lives for the purpose of feeling good. We as a nation, or better yet, as a world, go to doctors for every little ailment–from a cold to cancer. We rely on our doctors to get us fixed up. We spend billions of dollars and expect these doctors to be God. We go to therapists to fix our minds and listen to what THEY believe is right. People, come on. Doctors are only people who’ve gone to school to get a license to give us their opinions which are solely based on case studies and people-tested remedies. It doesn’t make them gods.

Now I’m not knocking the medical industry. They’ve made tremendous strides in many areas, and can certainly help us. But did you know that you can heal yourself of anything? Oh you didn’t? Then read this.

We aren’t supposed to be sick. We weren’t born to be sick. If our bodies heal cuts and minor illnesses all on their own, without us giving much thought to it, then why can’t we heal other illnesses that are bigger? It’s all in the power of belief and what we were taught to think. I have read dozens of books about the subconscious mind. I have studied anxiety disorders for over twenty years. I have had agoraphobia twice in my life and beat it without drugs, and the second time without any help at all. You see, our thoughts are pure energy which if used improperly can manifest negative outcomes in our lives, including sickness. Most people who suffer from back problems, stomach issues, allergies, anxiety disorders, and even heart attacks are people who have habitual negative thoughts. Now don’t get me wrong. I know these illnesses are real, but it’s our thoughts that are to blame.

Another point that I want to make is this: When we have problems that we don’t want to face or deal with, they manifest as symptoms in our bodies. Inner conflict can show up as a skin rash, acne, back pain, headaches, and even hemorrhoids. And avoidance of dealing with inner conflicts can lead to ulcers, cancers, and other symptoms that are internal that we can’t see. I know that a doctor would debate me on this, and I would expect that. The medical industry has a lot to lose if people educated themselves. Stress is a killer, but it’s how we deal with it and what we think about our lives and ourselves that determine the outcome of our health.

When I was in a full-blown agoraphobic relapse, I was physically sick with stomach aches, heart palpitations, rapid heart rate, panic attacks, depression, and the list goes on. My thoughts everyday were habitual and negative. I kept telling myself I would never get better and that I would end up in a hospital. Once I began to pray and meditate, I began receiving information that led me to the truth and understanding that it’s our negative thoughts that keep us sick. Once I took this information and did more research on the power of the mind and what we can do with it, with the guidance of the other side, I made tremendous strides in becoming well. I turned my negative thoughts into positive thoughts that eventually changed my direction and my health.

Here is a small list of books which had a tremendous impact on me. I took what I could from these books and applied the principals. All of these books have the same premise and that is ‘what you think you shall become’.

The Bible. If you read the Bible, which was written over 2000 years ago, you will see formulas used to overcome the negative thoughts we have. It is written in the Bible that what we believe in we will receive. It is written that what we pray upon will come true. It is written that if we seek we shall find. What this means, if you break it down, is that we have a God given power to manifest every single thing in our lives. Our thoughts, which are energy, move throughout the universe and create either a negative or positive manifestation, depending on if it’s a negative or positive thought. This is a fact.

Another powerful book that I’ve read is The Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne Dyer. Again, a book based on the deliberate intent of thinking in a positive manner.

Two books by Esther and Jerry Hicks. The Law of Attraction, and Money and the Law of Attraction.

Seth Speaks and The Seth Material by Jane Roberts.

Read any book by Deepak Chopra

The Secret; it doesn’t delve into the exact how’s and why’s but it’s a decent platform to begin with.

I’ve read books by scientists and specialists. I’ve taken their theories, applied what worked best for me, and formulated my own ideas. Let me explain something to you. When I got sick, I was so desperate to get well that I did whatever I could to get well. I prayed and meditated and talked to God so much that what I began to notice was that my inner self talk was changing. My words were turning into words of love and appreciation. After all, who talks to God in a nasty tone? So the more I talked to God in my loving way, the more I saw myself feeling better. Because if you really think about it, what you think and say in your head, no matter who you think you’re saying it to, is really affecting YOU. You are actually talking to yourself and absorbing it all. This in and of itself begins the process of thought reprogramming, which in turn will make you think differently, which in turn will change your direction into how you think and handle things.

When you use loving, kind words in your mind or out loud, you begin to believe it. You begin to accept it, and by accepting it, you begin to subconsciously love yourself.

People, this is big. This is deep. You can heal yourself of anything. Read. Read as many books as you can. Learning is the key. Take charge of your life and your health.

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