When You Get Sick

When things aren’t going your way, it’s very important to keep your emotions as close to joy as you can. I know! It’s not particularly easy, is it? In fact, some of you would say that’s ridiculous and impossible. If you feel that way, I hope you will at least give it some thought.

Your emotional state is a key factor in what happens within your body. There are a lot of automatic processes and transmissions that go on all the time. And, your emotions impact them. Stress and anger and hate and fear do not have a positive impact. But, love and joy and gratitude do.

So, imagine you received a diagnosis of cancer. After the shock and disbelief, you might be filled with fear and worry and distress. If the diagnosis is correct, imagine the negative impact those intense emotions are having within you. Add to that the beliefs that most people have that some things are incurable and/or that to survive some things is going to be very hard and take a long time. We tend to automatically project onto the situation what we believe will happen.

But, what if we/you didn’t do that? What if, instead, you allowed for the possibility that miracles can happen and they can happen to you? What if you asked yourself and the Universe what this issue is attempting to show you? What if you believed that you’d get that answer? What if you were able to discover the core issue that was the origin of the issue and instantly resolve it? What if then the presenting issue is no longer needed to alert you and it could instantly resolve and disappear?

All that probably sounds crazy to some of you. That’s ok. But what if you allowed the possibility of all that to exist for you? One way to do that is to stay as positive as you possibly can. Let your inner sun shine. Be happy. Do fun things. What makes your heart soar? Do that.

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In some instances, doing fun things may not be possible due to the diagnosis. But, do the best you can to stay positive. It helps keep things balanced and in sync within your body which helps you to feel better in all ways and it helps you to be better positioned to understand what is being brought to your attention by the malady. When you know that, you can figure out when was the very first time you experienced the same thing and/or the same feeling? What was going on in your life? What unresolved feelings do you have about it? With that understanding, you can choose to not continue to carry the fear or anger or hurt or whatever it is. You have the power to do that if you will.

For some of you, this will seem too woo woo, too crazy to even acknowledge. But, sometimes, just the exposure to a new idea, a new perspective, is enough to help things begin to shift. If this resonates with you, make it your choice and your plan to be as positive and happy as you can be every single moment of every single day. And, faking it until you make it is acceptable! Just don’t allow yourself to self-talk that you are a fake. Instead, look at it as practice. You have to start somewhere to move. So, if you are choosing to move into a more joyful and exciting and healthy and vibrant way of living, begin. Smile even if you don’t feel like it and say to yourself “I’m taking a first step.” and keep going. Then think of something that always makes you smile automatically. Puppies and kittens are good! And allow the smile to sneak in. Get outside. Nature is a fabulous equalizer. Nature embraces you with happy. Allow it in.

A diagnosis doesn’t have to be either a death sentence or a slow decline into nothing. It can mean an opportunity to change in a positive way. Perhaps you can’t manage all this the first time you receive a diagnosis that you don’t want. Could you manage part of it? And what if the seed has been planted? What if it slowly continues to grow? What if you begin to respond and change into a person who does believe in miracles and miracles for you? To me, miracles are merely you stepping fully back into your Divine connection and the most expanded version of you and allowing that vibration into the here and now. You deserve it. You’re worth it. Will you accept it?

If you only realized how much you are loved, things would shift for you. If you don’t feel loved or lovable, think again. No matter what has happened, no matter who was involved, no matter what you believe, the truth is that you are very loved. Allow it in. Joy is a pathway. Choose joy. And gratitude and love.

Sending you lots of love and joyful sparkly energy. Say yes if you’d like to receive it and if you’d like assistance allowing it in.

Mahalo (may you be held in the breath of God)…Linda

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3 Responses to When You Get Sick

  1. Bonnie Butler says:

    Thank you

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