See You At the Dance **
I say question the reality of your ”illness”. Is it solid, is it real? What have you got to lose? It wont cost you anything. You don’t have to give up your conventional or alternative treatments to do so.
When Anita Moorjani (author of “Dying To Be Me”) went to the Ashram in India to treat her “disease”, she was told that she not “have” cancer. She was told that she was out of balance. The beauty of being out of balance is that you can get back in balance. It is a process. It can be reversed. Anita says that her health improved greatly at the Ashram and when she came back home people were surprised at how good she looked. Then she fell back into old patterns and her “symptoms” returned.
For years I have allowed deeply rooted emotional processes to squash my magnificent self. This wasn’t “right” or “wrong” or good or bad. We all do it. It was part of my learning as a human being.. Could I really have expected that all of that fear, over all those years, would not impact my body?
You may say, “well, this doesn’t work; nobody cures themselves”. I say, dare to forget everything you think you know about what is possible. This is a new moment in human consciousness. We are reaching the point collectively and individually where “miracles” are starting to become commonplace. Perhaps you feel this too, deep down inside. Don’t let the chains of your perceived possibilities bind you. There are messengers popping up all over, reminding us of what we really are, inspiring us to claim our birthright. Yes, they are not in the majority yet, but their numbers are growing.
So again I say, question the assumption that what you call illness is something real and solid, rather than the physical manifestation of a process that you have the power to impact. It’s your sacred consciousness. Please don’t just give it away.
Buy new clothes. Go dancing. Follow whatever conventional or alternative therapies make sense to you. This isn’t “either/or”; but allow joy to seep in, perhaps just a crack at first. You are eternal anyway, so what have you got to lose?
See you at the dance.