Do you really have this or that diagnosis? Keep talking about it and you will.

I talk to a lot of people.   During the day I take Horizons Magazine calls and evenings I do about 40 spiritual consultations or psychic readings a month.   Since so many people tell me snippets of their personal life, it’s easy for me to see patterns that most others wouldn’t.  There are always patterns going on, because we’re all on this path together.  Lately I’ve had several people tell me they’ve been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or inflammatory bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and Asperger’s.

Here I’m talking about a handful of people I know, not every patient in general.  The ones I speak of here spent years looking hard for a diagnosis to name and blame and they got it.  Now they are on the merry go round of medication and that will be a diversion for them, something to get wrapped up in rather than address the real problem.   Something to spin their wheels and empty their bank accounts when in most cases there’s no need for it.   They have in common that they eat a typical American fast food diet, have sedentary jobs and don’t exercise.  They are in a fair amount of debt and worry about money.  They watch the evening news and have little faith in the government, or anything.  It’s not that we’re becoming a nation of  diseased persons, it’s just that we’re a nation of nervous and anxiety ridden persons, and that manifests itself in a myriad of physical ailments.

I’ve learned at the first sign of any digestive upset to cut out the beef, pork, milk, butter, fried and processed foods, period.  No bread, no fast food, no fries, no tuna helper, cut the alcohol.   Stick to grilled or baked chicken, turkey, fish with fresh or frozen vegetables and salads, rice, potato, sweet potato, oven baked fries sprayed with Pam.  Give it 30 days.  You likely don’t have anything other than some heavy food moving through your system, and your body could use a break.  You’re anxious over money and other things and the digestion is one place your body will register the stress.  Unless you’re in crisis, don’t add to the stress by getting involved with doctors and medication until you’ve tried thirty days of no heavy or processed foods.   Processed means any food with a list of ingredients, period.  Blueberry jam = processed.  Fresh or frozen blueberries = not processed.

Some would rather go to a doctor to get a diagnosis than make a diet change for 30 days.  Abraham-Hicks says “Stop looking for anything other than your mental and emotional state of being as answers to why you feel how you feel in your body. It is all Vibrational – no exception. And when you get that, then it doesn’t matter what diagnosis has been given to you—it doesn’t matter—it’s temporary.”

If we got tested and screened to know what ailments moved in and out through our bodies every day, we would be stunned.  Most of them do not stay.  A diagnosis is just a snapshot in time.  Moments later that condition can have left us – but we think it’s still there so we continue to think it’s a problem.  Our attention to it is what keeps it alive and animates it.

So when I have any kind of stressful reaction, any kind of new ache or pain or limitation, instead of first rushing to the doctor,  instead I think back and remember when every cell of my body was healthy and alive and strong.  I keep reminding myself what that felt like.  I keep my focus and attention on how remarkable it is that the cells of my body renew themselves all the time, and that I can make sure the weaker cells are replaced by ever stronger cells, all by how I think about my body and my health.

Wow, that’s power.

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