“It is better to risk starving to death then surrender. If you give up on your dreams, what’s left?” – Jim Carrey
Every positive change you make in yourself will in turn heal the world. The truth is that there is no separation between you and other people.
I know, according to our five senses there is space between you and me but this is but an illusion.
The human body only allows us to perceive so much. If we could perceive everything that is “here” our human brain would go absolutely bonkers.
As many of you already know the brain filters out much that comes into its awareness.
That is one of the reasons that we dream when we sleep. The brain is cleaning out its filter and these appear as images to us when we sleep.
The more clogged your filter is the more you will dream.
The more at ease your mind is the less you will dream and or at least you will have “pleasant dreams.”
Healing the body from disease
In its most simplest definition disease is dis-ease or unease in the body.
When you feel unease in your stomach for a long period of time you will have stomach distress and may eventually get an ulcer or some other kind of gastrointestinal disease.
I’ll give you a little tip if you do suffer from stomach discomfort.
Eat small meals every three to four hours instead of three big meals. The human body works extremely hard digesting, processing and assimilating food in your body.
Also if you have mild stomach distress try adding Probiotics to your diet.
The world is full of unease and subsequently disease and most if not all the unease is created in the mind in the form of thought.
Uneasy thoughts. I don’t know about you but I am all for simple living. I detest systems and people who are complicated and make life uneasy. There is no need for it in my opinion.
All disease (unease) is created from a resistance to your natural self.
Resistance in your energy creates friction, friction in your energy creates disease. When you are not being your true self you are operating on a very low vibration.
Low vibration is a portal for disease, discomfort and disharmony in yourself.
I touched on the authentic self in some of my older posts but I will touch on it again here to refresh your memory. Many think of the authentic self as who you really are.
This is not true. Who you are is perpetually changing. Sometimes going up sometimes going down, sometimes taking one step forward and then taking two steps back.
Your authentic self or true self is the person that you aspire to be period.
We have been so many things in life, we have played so many roles in life too. Roles are just that, roles, they are not who we are nor do they define us as a being.
The true self comes from a place of spirit. The one that wants to speak up when everyone else is afraid to.
The one who takes up causes, the one who wants to heal themselves in order to heal the world.
As in any change you want to see in the world, you should always go within and start with yourself. Change is hard at first I know. But it can be done.
The degree of difference between the “you” that you are and the “you” that you prefer to be creates friction in the energy between the slow vibration and the fast vibration.
The greater the difference the more friction the smaller the difference the less friction.
Healing is a process of aligning your energy to create less difference between who you might be and your true balanced self. All disease is a lowering of your vibration away from your true self.
All healing then is a raising of your vibrational frequency towards your true self. The true self is easily identified when you are on the “look out “ for it.
Connecting and aligning to your true self is that feeling you get when an idea that sounds exciting to you is brought forth to you, and you literally hear and feel the bells and whistles going off inside of you.
Your true self wants what it wants and lets you know through feeling. I’ll give you an example.
When I found out that Stephen Aitchison was about to do his top 50 personal development blogs for 2011 I got real excited because I wanted to be nominated and I also wanted to win the Best New Personal Development Blog for 2011 award. (Which I did win.) 🙂
Not to toot my horn but I just knew that I was going to win. I don’t know if it has to do with being an Aries but I felt and knew that I could win the award.
Not only did the bells and whistles go off when I read Steve’s post that he was hosting his Best PD blog awards again. I got completely out of my own way so that I could do the things that I needed to do to win the award.
I want to once again thank all of my online friends who took the time to nominate Mazzastick for Best New PD blog for 2011.
I don’t forget those who help me out when I ask; and you can guarantee that I will do the same for you.
Living your dreams
Live your dream, do the things that bring you into alignment with who you wish to be.
Do the things that excite you the most. It serves no one to live a life that others believe you should live. This is the number one cause of disease in our world.
Living an inauthentic life, not being true to your calling in life, your purpose, your likes and dislikes.
Living your dream is a very balancing, a very healing thing to do. There is nothing negative about it and the world will be a more healed place to live if we all would live our dream.
This is real healing. Healing our connection to who we really are by being who we wish to be, do and experience in life.
Are you living your dream?