What you think about, you bring about…

 

Over the past year or so I have spent numerous hours reading in to and learning as much as I can about how the law of attraction works and how I can use it to my advantage to heal myself. I’m sure many of you have heard of the book “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne and for me this is where I started to find some self-belief again. For me this was an amazing book to teach you the very basic theory on the LOA, however I have gone on to find other authors such as David Hamilton, Louise Hay, Abraham Hicks and plenty more that talk in much more depth about how to manifest and bring everything you have ever dreamed of in to your life. It is truly inspiring and the more you read the deeper you get and then find thousands of real life examples of people around the world healing themselves just through using the power of the mind. Take Maurice Goodman for example, he crashed an airplane and crushed his spinal cord, which left him completely paralyzed. He could not perform any bodily function other than blink his eyes. Morris managed to rebuild his body by thought alone to the point where he managed to walk out of the hospital! So if this man can mend his whole entire body after being paralyzed then surely I can rid myself of a few pesky headaches, right??? I truly believe so and as I’ve learnt through my journey, that is the key… All you have to do is believe!

Since starting this blog it has been an unfortunate week in which I have suffered with a menstrual migraine but for some reason I have recovered a lot slower than I normally would. I tend to bounce back so much quicker these days however I thought about it and what occurred to me is that no matter what, our thoughts become things! I’ve had such fantastic feedback on my blog which is truly touching and without a doubt I am going to continue writing it as I am so passionate about it but I figured out that all week I have only been focusing on PAIN!

Seeing the word headache in notifications on my phone, reminiscing on my previous painful experiences and generally thinking of pain all day long means without consciously thinking about it my brain is maintaining my headache, deepening my suffering and confirming my illness! I had previously kept a headache diary which many specialists will tell you to do however there comes a time when you have to put the focus back on living life again and not on the pain as you will only bring more pain in to your life for giving it your energy, time and focus. As my friends and family know I’ve also mentioned in the past that I would really appreciate loved one’s not asking me everyday “how is your headache?” as this just makes me think “How bad is my head today?” and it’s hard to get out of that mind frame that I am an unwell person.

As a result I have decided I am going to post on this blog every four to five days to summarize my progress whether that be good or bad, however in between I will go back to working on my daily practice which includes;

  • Waking up and going through what I am grateful for
  • Reading material on health and fitness
  • Focusing on the French language course I am studying
  • Laughing as this eases any stress on the body
  • Taking the time to meditate
  • Researching personal trainer courses
  • Focusing on making my body strong, fit and healthy in the gym
  • Enjoying socializing with friends
  • Starting Carl Harvey’s visualization technique (Which I will come to review at a later date)
  • Surrounding myself with other healthy, positive individuals
  • Regular Alexander Technique practice for maintaining my posture

For anyone currently suffering why don’t you give it a go?  Try and go even just a few hours without your headaches coming up in conversation, reading about it, focusing on it and the hardest of all, thinking about it. Now that last one is a tough one and I battle with this every second of every day as after an illness has consumed your life it’s hard to undo but it’s only a mental change that we CAN learn to create in ourselves. Don’t forget, we hold the power and what ever you think about, you bring about.

Buddha

#Focus #Thoughtsbecomethings #Positivity #LOA #Passion #Health #Learning #Strength

 

 

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