It is only now that modern medicine is starting to recognise the link between the body and the mind. Modern medicine is starting to realise that you can literally think yourself ill!
I'm sure you've done it in the past. Have you ever decided the day before you were going to pull a sickie the next day, for whatever reason; an interview, a date, a late night out? If you did, did you phone up to say you had a headache or felt sick? And did you feel those symptoms the next day?
The chances are you did because you focused your attention on being ill and feeling unwell and so created the illness.
There are many cases of people who have cured themselves of life threatening illnesses through positive thinking and releasing their emotional issues. One of the most well know is Brandon Bays, the author of the book, The Journey. She had a cancerous tumour and using positive thinking and releasing past emotional issues, she cured herself completely.
Through a good positive mental attitude and by working through your emotional issues, you can help to keep your body well and healthy. You can do The Journey, like Brandon Bays to release your past. You can release it through hypnosis, The Sedona Method or any of the multitude of different ways. Just find one that works for you.
Carrying emotional baggage around is like trying to run up a mountain with a gorilla on your back. Drop the gorilla, and the run becomes much easier. Let's face it, dragging the past around with you and dwelling on it doesn't help you create your future or live in the now.
Start to think yourself healthy by focusing on the good things in your life and focusing on the positive. Let go of the negative and do not let it rule your life, and you will notice a big difference in how you are feeling.
In every situation, ask yourself just one question, "What's good about this?" and you will notice a big difference in your days and your experience of life!
Your thoughts from the past have created your current state. Your thoughts now are creating your future state. How would you like that to be?
By Jason E Johns DHyp, CMH, CPNLP
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