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Basic Self-healing principles

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Excerpt from the book “Letting go :The pathway to surrender”


“We will delineate the basic principles that facilitated the process of self-healing. In doing this, there will be a review of some of the material we have already covered, so as to bring it together into an integrated overall experience. We will start with the basic working concepts:
• A thought is a “thing.” It has energy and form.

• The mind with its thoughts and feelings controls the body; therefore, to heal the body, thoughts and feelings need to be changed.

• What is held in mind tends to express itself through the body.

• The body is not the real self; it is like a puppet controlled by the mind.

• Beliefs that are unconscious can manifest as illness, even though there is no memory of the underlying beliefs.

• An illness tends to result from suppressed and repressed negative emotions, plus a thought that gives it a specific form (i.e., consciously or unconsciously, one particular illness is chosen rather than another).”
“Thoughts are caused by suppressed and repressed feelings. When a feeling is let go, thousands or even millions of thoughts that were activated by that feeling disappear.

• Although a specific belief can be cancelled and energy to it can be refused, it is generally a waste of time to try to change thinking itself.

• We surrender a feeling by allowing it be there without condemning, judging, or resisting it. We simply look at it, observe it, and allow it to be felt without trying to modify it. With the willingness to relinquish a feeling, it will run out in due time.

• A strong feeling may recur, which means there is more of it to be recognized and surrendered.

• In order to surrender a feeling, sometimes it is necessary to start by relinquishing the feeling that is there about the particular emotion (e.g., guilt that “I shouldn’t have this feeling”).

• In order to relinquish a feeling, sometimes it is necessary to acknowledge and let go of the underlying payoff of it (e.g., the “thrill” of anger and the “juice” of sympathy from being a helpless victim).”
“Feelings are not the real self. Whereas feelings are programs that come and go, the real inner Self always stays the same; therefore, it is necessary to stop identifying transient feelings as yourself.

• Ignore thoughts. They are merely endless rationalizations of inner feelings.

• No matter what is going on in life, keep the steadfast intention to surrender negative feelings as they arise.

• Make a decision that freedom is more desirable than having a negative feeling.”
“• Choose to surrender negative feelings rather than express them.

• Surrender resistance to and skepticism about positive feelings.

• Relinquish negative feelings but share positive ones.

• Notice that letting go is accompanied by a subtle, overall lighter feeling within yourself.

• Relinquishing a desire does not mean that you won’t get what you want. It merely clears the way for it to happen.

• Get it by “osmosis.” Put yourself in the aura of those who have what you want.

• “Like goes to like.” Associate with people who are using the same or similar motivation and who have the intention to expand their consciousness and to heal.”
“• Be aware that your inner state is known and transmitted. The people around you will intuit what you are feeling and thinking, even if you don’t verbalize it.

• Persistence pays off. Some symptoms or illnesses may disappear promptly; others may take months or years if the condition is very chronic.

• Let go of resisting the technique. Start the day with it. At the end of the day, take time out to relinquish any negative feelings left over from the day’s activities.

• You are only subject to what you hold in mind. You are only subject to a negative thought or belief if you consciously or unconsciously say that it applies to you.”
“• Stop giving the physical disorder a name; do not label it. A label is a whole program. Surrender what is actually felt, which are the sensations themselves. We cannot feel a disease. A disease is an abstract concept held in the mind. We cannot, for instance, feel “asthma.” It is helpful to ask, “What am I actually feeling?” Simply observe the physical sensations, such as, “Tightness in the chest, wheezing, a cough.” It is not possible, for example, to experience the thought, “I’m not getting enough air.” That is a fearful thought in the mind. It is a concept, a whole program called “asthma.” What is actually being experienced is a tension or a constriction in the throat or chest. The same principle goes for “ulcers” or any other disorder. We cannot feel “ulcers.” We feel a burning or piercing sensation. The word “ulcer” is a label and a program, and as soon as we use that word to label our experience, we identify ourselves with the whole “ulcer” program. Even the word “pain” is a program. In reality, we are feeling a specific body sensation. The process of self-healing goes more quickly when we let go of “labeling or giving a name to the various physical sensations.”


• The same is true with our feelings. Instead of putting labels and names on feelings, we can simply feel the feelings and let go of the energy behind them. It is not necessary to label a feeling “fear” in order to be aware of its energy and relinquish that energy.”

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The letting go experiment

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Currently I’m reading the book “Letting go : The pathway of surrender” and It’s about how to Let go of your attachments and desires ,how to let go of your emotions that bind you and keep you miserable .This book is really transforming and life-changing ,it puts everything in perspective I have to share this simple technique of Letting go becoz its results is mind-blowing 


Here’s an excerpt from the book


“Here was the initial experience with letting go of desire.

Personal goals were written down, followed by a letting go of the desire for them. It sounds paradoxical but that is the process: identify the goals and then let go of wanting them. One goal that had been held in mind for several years was an apartment in New York City, because work commitments required a lot of commuting and money spent on hotel rooms. A small apartment in the city—a so-called pied-à-terre—would be the economical solution. “Apartment in New York City” was written down as a goal. When utilizing this way of achieving goals, we include all of the details, as impossible as they may seem to the rational mind to achieve. So, the ideal apartment was detailed: reasonably priced, on Fifth Avenue in the 70s block, right next to an entrance to Central Park, at least eight or nine floors up and in the rear so that the street noise would be minimized, and not any bigger than about two and a half rooms.”


“The next day at work, it was busy as usual, with a big caseload, meetings, and patient visits. In between the meetings and patients, the feeling of wantingness for the apartment would be acknowledged and let go. And, as the day progressed, the apartment was actually forgotten. At 4:30 P.M., after the last patient, there was suddenly the impulse to drive into the city. Despite the fact that it was ostensibly rush hour, the road was clear and the drive took only half an hour. The car cruised to about 73rd and Lexington, pulling up to the nearest real estate office. Rather magically, there happened to be a parking space open right in front of the real estate office. The real estate officer, upon hearing the tongue-in-cheek announcement that an apartment on Fifth Avenue was desired, looked with surprise and said, “Well, you are certainly in luck! Exactly one hour ago we listed the only apartment for rent on all of Fifth Avenue, at 76th Street, on the ninth floor. It’s the rear apartment, two and a half rooms, and the rent is reasonable (rent-controlled at $500.00 a month). It has just been painted and you can move in any time.” So we walked over and viewed the apartment. It fit the description of the goal exactly. The lease was signed on the spot! Thus, within 24 hours of trying the letting go technique on a specific personal goal, the goal was a reality. It had been something that was almost impossible to find, and yet it happened exactly as pictured, effortlessly, and with no negative emotions. It was an easy and joyous experience.

This is not an unusual experience but a typical one, because in this case the desire was moderate and could, without much effort, be totally surrendered. By being totally surrendered, this means that it was okay if the apartment happened, and it was okay if it didn’t. Because of being totally surrendered, the impossible became possible, manifesting itself effortlessly and rapidly.”

 

when I read that I was skeptical,I thought this is too good to be true and only lucky people find things that easy but I was willing to give this experiment a try 

I wrote my goal down and I started with something small and it was buying clothes 

I wrote everything I wanted : the color,the price ,the size and the feelings It would make me feel when I wear it 

And then I let it go ,I said to myself wether I find it or not ,it’s okay with me and that’s the most important step of letting go and I went to a certain shop I know and lo and behold I found everything I wanted almost as I wrote it down ,it blew my mind .I said this technique really works!

And it’s so simple and anyone can do it ,choose any goal you want, write it down and be very specific ,write everything you want then let go of that goal ,say to yourself “it’s okay wether I have this thing or not ,it’s okay with me” .you also have to feel it deeply within you ,you can’t just say the words while your feelings are telling you something else .work on it and every time you feel attached to your goal ,let it go and voila it manifests in front of your eyes ,what a joyful experience 🙂

Life is meant to be easy ,just give it a try and see for yourself like I did.

Manifesting Generator 

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Recently I found out that I’m the manifesting generator type that means I am always trying to manifest what I want and can’t wait to make things happen but at the same time I’m a generator making me wanting to wait so patiently for what I want until my gut feeling kicks in and tells me “yeah Go for it ,girl”!This gap time between the waiting and the manifestation is called “the moment of truth”

That’s why I am always torn between two options and my eternal dilemma is indecisiveness! 

I can’t make up my mind about many things until I get that solid gut feeling that yeah this is it! 

I would always drive people crazy this way ,I would choose something then feels bad about it then change my mind back and forth many times until I become dead sure that there is no way in hell I can do something after agreeing at first to do that same thing !

It’s so frustrating but also a blessing ,I’ve avoided making many mistakes in my life by listening and honoring my intuition but also made many stupid mistakes by ignoring it!

So the process of making decisions for the manifesting generators type of personalities is as following 

First ,check out your gut feeling whether it’s yes or No , your gut feeling is a spontaneous first reaction you get when not thinking

Second ,taste the waters ,take a small baby step forward 

Third,wait for your moment of truth ,when it becomes so clear for you and you really feel good about what you are about to do

Fourth,and finally ,proceed and manifest:)

Great job ,congratulations you’ve done it and that’s the cure for all indecisive people out there like me who can’t make up their mind at a moment’s notice .take all your time ,there is no rush and good luck 🙂

For more about other personalities types ,read the book “human design” , a brilliant book that will totally change your life and you will get to know yourself like you are meeting someone for the first time .Truly eye-opening 🙂

A Promise Is Forever

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“A Promise Is Forever, in volume 4 of the Christy Miller Series.

Within my heart a garden grows
Wild with violets and fragrant rose.
Bright daffodils line the narrow path
My footsteps silent as I pass.
Sweet tulips nod their heads in rest,
I kneel in prayer to seek God’s best.
For round my garden a fence stands firm
To guard my heart so I can learn
Who should enter and who should wait
On the other side of my locked gate.
I clasp the key around my neck
And wonder if the time is yet
If I unlocked the gate today
Would he come in or run away?
I do not want to hold this key
Lord, will You keep it safe for me?
Then when he comes
If he’s the one
You’ll unlock the gate
Until then, I’ll wait.”