I am reading more and more about energy healing, how our DNA does not determine our health, how our thoughts affect our health and everything else we bring into our lives (or block from coming into our lives). I've been reading extensively about Law of Attraction, reading and learning energy healing techniques such as EFT, and have joined the Global Coherence Initiative which focuses on people coming together to promote health and well-being for ourselves, our families and friends, as well as the planet as a whole.
There is just SO much more out there than medical doctors who practice based on old science and make educated guesses on cures, and give people life ending diagnoses because they do not know or are not opened to the realm beyond regular medicine. They tell people they have 2 months to live, and people die 2 months later because they completely believe the authority of a doctor. Sometimes only to find that it was an incorrect diagnosis! Why do we put so much faith into doctors? They have good intentions, I do not discount them entirely, but we put too much faith into them.
Law of Attraction says that everything you think, everything you imagine in your mind, everything you talk about with people, everything you feel in your heart will manifest in your life. What you think/feel becomes reality. You pick... illness, or wellness.
Here's the biggest example of this in relation to my son's dis-ease. We got the diagnosis, we changed the diet, we got a clean scope, we went about life as usual and were happy and healthy. I one day I felt that I should be a good mother and seek out more information about it. I joined some support groups, got bombarded with terrible stories of worst case scenarios several times a day, was told outright that even though he seemed to be doing ok today, most likely, his health will go down the tubes any day, and fast. That there is definitely no cure and this will be our lives, forever. At our next scope, guess what? It was terrible! I'm sure that my talking about EE and how terrible others have it, and how it's incurable, and crying about it, etc. was picked up by Jason, and he then proceeded to internalize it and make it real. Since that day we have made some changes. I have turned off ALL notifications from support groups. I have declined all invitations to attend meetings. I am sure to tell the doctor to talk about things only with a positive spin. (I would love it if I didn't even have to bring Jason into the room to see the doctor, but of course, she needs to see him.) We don't ever talk about EE at home. We avoid it as much as possible except for when it's simply not avoidable. And guess what? We're doing MUCH better! We talk about health, and how wonderful it's going to be to eat various foods again. He feels healthy every day. I feel hopeful that this will go away. The only times I feel pulled back into the EE world is when I get emails about this blog, or a stray email about EE for something or we need to figure out how to handle a situation that involves food at a party or something, or we have a visit with the GI or Allergist.
People everywhere are fighting against cancer, aids, war, etc. and all we're getting is more of it! Fighting against EE is no different. Awareness of this dis-ease is growing, along with the increased number of cases. According to Law of Attraction, we cannot defeat what we do not want by focusing on it. Anything we give focus on, we get more of.
So here is my dilemma... this blog brings EE more into my awareness, and yours. I know for some, it helps you to feel that they're not alone. I can appreciate that. But I can only focus on what's best for myself and my family. I no longer want to hear the "truth" of others and then make it ours. I wish to focus on health and well-being and make that our truth, despite the collective agreement by others to label symptoms into illnesses and then call them incurable.
Here are some other thoughts on this:
- We resist wellness by focusing on illness
- Attention to what you do not want is what creates it and holds it in our experience
- Any thoughts about illness are unproductive
Instead we should be thinking about:
- Perfect wellness is our normal state
- Stop fighting illness and relax into our wellness
- For every moment we focus on anything other than our illness, we become wellness
- The only way to help others be well is to live well ourselves and be an example
- Giving our attention to wellness brings us wellness
So basically, this blog is a focus on our illness. It's something that gives me negative feelings when I write about it, talk about it or hear about more cases about it. It keeps our attention to what we no longer want. It's counterproductive to where we want to be, healthy and eating whatever we choose! And therefore, we need to let it go.
I am considering no longer posting to this blog, and possibly turn it off completely in due time. I just wanted to give everyone a heads up. I started this blog on a complete whim one day and never expected it to reach as many people as it has. I appreciate the people who are following us and hope that you can find answers and peace and excellent health in your lives.