Ever felt despair after you spoke to your rheumatologist, showing you the not-so-great blood test results and photos? Telling you your body is not doing well and painting a bleak picture of the future?
Let me give you 3 vital healing realisations that will change how you look at rheumatoid arthritis, your body and your healing opportunities. And will take away your feelings of despair.
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”, Albert Einstein said.
In other words, to understand and create a healing breakthrough, we must abandon what we thought was true and think in a new way:
- First thing to realise is
that the human body is not a solid form. The body is always changing and it renews itself constantly.
This means that the blood test results and photos from a few weeks back, even the day before, is already past news. Your body today is not the same body you lived in yesterday.
As the Science Museum in the UK states: “By the time you finish reading this sentence, 50 million of your cells will have died and been replaced by others”.
In a year’s time about 98% of your body will have been completely recycled and renewed.
- “Where the mind goes the Qi follows the flow”. This is a powerful saying in Zhineng Qigong, a Chinese self-healing art. This means, whatever you focus on expands and increases.
Therefore, in Zhineng Qigong, you do not focus on rheumatoid arthritis. You focus on a healthy body. Many people have healed themselves from serious debilitating illnesses this way.
- Dr. Bruce Lipton explains this same process of illness and health manifestation through his knowledge of cell biology. (read more about this manifestation process here and here).
He clarifies how the “signal” determines how the cells in the body respond. This includes how the immune system behaves.
The signal that someone generates gives instructions to that person’s body. Whether the person is aware of it or not. The signal is the same as an intention.
His findings, like so many scientists and doctors today, show that a chronic illness like rheumatoid arthritis is not random. It is not the cause of faulty genes. Nor is rheumatoid arthritis something we can do nothing about.
In our western culture and medical approach we’re programmed to look at the symptom. This is the intention we create. Yet, this intention only removes us from healing, because what we focus on is illness. We see the body as ill.
In order to create health and not increase rheumatoid arthritis, you must practise setting conscious intentions, instead of letting unconscious programmed intentions dictate the state of your health.
You do this first of all by embracing the knowing that your body is not solid, but is the physical manifestation of information and energy in motion that changes every single moment.
Realise that your body is alive and listens to your every intention.
In order to check what intentions you have, you can ask yourself questions like:
What do I believe about rheumatoid arthritis? Is it temporary or lasting?
How do I see my body? Is it my enemy or my friend?
What is, or has been bothering me, lately or for a long time about my family, relationships or other situations? How do I feel about this?
How do I see myself? Do I like myself or do I feel unloved?
Asking questions like these will immediately make clear what your unconscious intentions are, so you can start healing these and create conscious healthy intentions for yourself.
We are the choices, the intentions, we make. This is who we are being.
Whatever doesn’t feel loving, whatever doesn’t feel true to your authentic self, is a programmed unconscious intention. And you have the power to change it.
You can set a new intention and create healing for yourself.
What intentions are you making? Share your thoughts below, I would love to hear from you!