So what does it take to turn the corner with chronic disease or life threatening ailments? What do you do if you are given a death sentence, or a terminal prognosis?
I don't pretend to have the answers. I have coached others and witnessed powerful distinctions, especially with myself.
I do live from life is a choice, and that my results are proportionate to my commitment. I know it has taken many re commitments, sometimes daily to stay around.
Early on I knew I came here to heal my lineage of abuse and violence, and for years did not doubt my ability to pull it off. Yet when my health really started to go down hill, on some level I lost touch with my power of choice and sort of succumbed to living in a state of fear, panic and survival. I would study more, pray more, learn how to make medicines, and try to find my divine connection. I also knew I was not there because of the intense level of fight I was in. Fighting this symptom and that symptom.
I had an entire year of not being able to move and stayed in bed. I would not go to a dr because of what I witnessed with diagnosis. I do not recommend anyone to do what I did.
What I noticed about diagnosis was the law of attraction, the dark side. I lost my dearest friends to cancer. They walked their road which I respected, and I had to walk mine.
Once being told healing is impossible or improbable, their love ones get informed, their dr's and help staff are informed and from that day forward everyone experiences their loved one through the lens of they are not going to make it. That thought form is fed unconsciously from that day forward. Families begin an early grieving process with the expectation of death. Most choices are made from this position. The patient is experiencing their own inward journey of what all this means and what is in front of them. Difficult feelings get suppressed in order to make what time is left be loving.
What we resist persists. If there is an aspect of me that I deem dark and refuse to feel it for whatever reason, I feed that dark feeling. I want to avoid it at all costs almost to the point of if I feel this it is going to be like the boogy man and devour my progress or destroy me. I live from avoidance at all costs. It builds more energy until it takes on more mass and form and manifests. All the time I think I am being positive. The part of us that runs the body is our inner child, and this approach does not enhance his/her cooperation with our healing.
In the light side of manifesting, I identify my goal or outcome, visualize it feel it and live from the expectation of its manifestation. If it is scary I suppress it, fearful
I do know the greatest chance of surviving will be to find protocols you believe in. Finding your own way. Keeping your heart and eyes on what your situation is manifesting to teach you and what is the gift held there. I believe all that we manifest is filled with gifts if we can retrain ourselves in how we perceive our journey. Birthing a new life always involves growing pains.
Understanding the 3 selves for me, made all this make sense, and practicing building relationship within has led me to great richness of spirit, and walking through some seemingly impossible moments.
Remember, your High Self was once a mental self which was once an inner child. The blueprint or map to transforming and elevating all that ails you is already within you.