Breaking the Cycle of Dis-ease
Get excited about life, stay inspired, remember your Magnificence and your physical symptoms may well disappear. This is a key message that came out of the clarity which Anita Moorjani (author of Dying To Be Me) encountered in the deeper consciousness of Spirit. It was a clarity unencumbered by the filters of the physcial senses. Ms. Moorjani came back to her physical body and completely healed all symptoms of her Stage IV B Lymphoma in a manner of weeks.
To those who are steeped in physical reality, who have known nothing but physical reality and who draw their perceptions of what is possible from physical reality; Anita’s observations will seem perposterous (except for the inconvenient fact that she has the documentation to back them up, for her own situation). Even for those of us who have glimpsed a deeper reality, it can still be very hard to figure out how to alleviate or at least to reduce our physical or emotional disturbances.
Part of the problem, it seems to me, is that dis-ease triggers a cycle that can be very hard to break out of. Pain or discomfort immediately induce a response from the emotional level. Our emotional body senses that something seems out of whack in the realm of it’s physical cousin, and its juices start to flow. Fear, fright or flight, despair, self-reproach, self-pity, denial, rage…none of these feelings are inherently part of the organ or body part which is hurting, but they are triggered by the hurt. Then the trusty mental body kicks in, fueled by the emotions, and begins to weave its tales of woe. These tales are often supported by a medical profession which has done a good job of chronicling the patterns that dis-eases take in the physical realm. I would humbly suggest that it is no surprise that dis-eases show these patterns because the mass consciousness is still ensnared in the limitations of what we perceive as physical reality. Most of us are in the same soup.
So the key question is, how do we break the cycle? I can’t speak for anyone else, but I know beyond a doubt that for myself the answer lies in believing in the joy and the excitement and the soul level expression, even when (especially when) the alleged “symptoms” rear their head. The emotional juices and the mental stories are like grotesque creatures whose poisonous tentacles literally freeze the body (and the flow of Energy) in one place. Helplessness. A box with no exit.
Not only is it highly recommended that we believe in the joy (even when we might not feel it), but the key is to dare to express our souls, to make this great act of faith, to behave in a way that chooses to break the hold that the tentacles of mind and fear have on us. This doesn’t mean that we have to avoid any treatment (conventional or alternative) that we believe will help us.
Often we make the mistake of assuming that we need to break the hold first, and then express our joy, wisdom and inherent desire to serve. You could spend a very long time trying to do this. Act in a way which is consistent with having the chains already broken, and you might be very surprised at how good you start to feel.
Well it works for me and has for some time. I feel better already!