Within the physical body, lies an energy process that is often unknown of, or consciously considered in the process of healing. When people get ill, many run to a medical doctor to find a chemical that will fix what ails them. Others will look to food, natural homeopathic ways of dealing with the issue, but rarely does one consciously consider the energies they are absorbing and emitting and how their conscious mind has created the situation they find themselves in.
Before, I have mentioned the human body is a magnetic energy field. The crown chakra absorbs energies into the physical body, and through the hand and feet chakras energy is emitted. As the energies enter the body, they contain information that is read on a telepathic level. So without you even being aware of it, your body is decoding energy information through the etheric body and then into the crown chakra.
When thoughts or belief patterns are not in balance with the needs of the soul, the cells in the physical body produce physical discomfort. If the symptoms are ignored, they persistently grow and expand until the consciousness is forced to deal with the dis-ease (disease/illness).
All illness serves as a purpose, it is the internal metaphysical healer within that is calling for you to address the energies, situations or people who you are allowing to affect your energy fields.
Healing of a physical body has to have focus upon the etheric body, if it is to advance and eradicate many of the terminal ill diseases humans face today. The energy absorbed into the etheric body, along with the energy consumed via food and drink, and the belief systems, in other words the consciousness, all contribute to either feed the human frame or work to break it down.
If you are a healer for example, you may be an excellent healer, but if the consciousness of the patient does not believe it can be cured, then no amount of energy healing from the healer will help the patient. It may ease the symptoms for a while, but it will not help the client to heal.
To open the self, or another to healing, one must seek to understand how disease is a manifestation of undesireable energy that has been brought into, or created within the physical body. In the event that the consciousness remains unchanged, then the soul has no other option than to withdraw from the body, using the process you refer to as death.
Healing is a purifaction process, it is removing waste energy, conscious energy that is creating a block with the sub-conscious energy patterns. When the soul is unable to fulfil its desires, it creates agitation in the cells of the human body.
Human medical schools focus far too much on the physical body and no emphasis is given to the conscious thought patterns which have created the disease. As an example, many people when told they have cancer, have a shift in their consciousness, they now believe they have cancer. The fear of the cancer and how it will effect them begins to expand, thereby giving energy to the cancer cells. The belief that cancer is bad, it is terminal, accelerates the disease.
With this consciousness, it leads a patient who chooses to align themselves with this conscious way of thinking towards the belief that their time is running out, and because they believe it, the physical body expires.
Your consciousness, your beliefs about who you are, how life treats you is relayed through the nervous system. The consciousness emanates through the nervous system and the chakras in the human physical body relay that information to your physical glands. The chakras are constantly reading and relaying information from the astral body, the etheric body into the physical body and the physical body is relaying information back to the astral and etheric bodies.
Conscious energy is key to the healing process. If you are faced with illness or disease, you must look at what you are learning or receiving from this process. For example, it is common for people in their late 40s or 50s to begin experiencing a decline in health.
The belief patterns of society is that the body is becoming old, but this is not true. Unless you have been in a role which has constantly exhausted a particular joint or limb, the body does not deteriorate if it receives the right energies.
Now most people when asked what they are meant to learn from this experience, tend to jump into a defensive response, such as “I don’t want to be ill, do you think this teaches me anything, well it doesn’t”, this indicates the refusal to accept responsibility, there is something they are denying and the very thing they are denying is the soul.
Let us say we have a woman in her late 40s and she developed arthritis approximately six months ago. She has a regular office job which she puts up with, she is married and her children have just gone through the process of leaving home. With the pain she visits the doctor who after a series of tests tells her she has arthritis. Once armed with this knowledge, she goes home and tells her family. Once the diagnosis has been given, her consciousness, her belief patterns now turn to acknowledgement that she has a disease. Family members console her, they spend time seeing how she is, but as the family become accepting of the situation, their attention declines.
The woman’s pain now begins to accelerate and she faces having to take redundancy. This creates another cycle, her belief patterns create energy which is feeding her illness. How does this illness benefit her? It benefits her because when she is ill, she has extra attention, she feels cared for, loved. Now understand that the woman is not sat there conspiring to be ill. Her consciousness, her belief patterns are, her children have left home, she emotionally feels lonely, her job is routine and she is frustrated. All this consciousness energy creates agitation, the soul is unhappy. The agitation creates inflammation and we have the birth of arthritis. The pay off is that being ill, she now gets extra attention be it from her husband when she is in pain, her children who call more often because she is unwell. Attention from doctors and nurses and suddenly without even being aware of it, it gives her time off from her job because in reality she is bored and frustrated with it. This woman’s belief patterns are controlling how her life unfolds and the sad case is she is completely unaware of her role in her illness. Now this example, does not infer that everyone with arthritis is experiencing the same life situations, but it is important as healers, to consider what benefits the illness brings the patient. In healing we must always spend time finding out when the problems started, what the person’s lifestyle was at that time, how diet may be a contributing fact, along with the emotional state of the patient.
Unless the person who is ill, can see how they ‘may’ have contributed to their illness unconsciously, healing cannot take place.
Sometimes people have the conscious belief that because their family history is one of illness, that they are doomed to contract a similar disease eventually. Others have the belief that they are victims of illness and they can’t be cured.
Beliefs are very powerful so if you have any of the following, you cannot heal or rebalance the body’s energy systems.
I am ill because of karmic debt.
Life is hard, it is meant to test you.
I have been cursed.
Part of life is dealing with illness.
Illness is part of growing old.
I am allergic to all treaments, nothing works for me.
It is a punishment from spirit because I am a bad person.
I am under a curse.
I have no control over how negative energy affects me.
I can’t get myself together, my illness is stopping me from living life.
My childhood was traumatic, my illness is a result of my past.
All of the above are regular belief patterns that inhibit healing. Without addressing the belief system you have, no doctor, practitioner or spiritual healer can assist in reversing and releasing the blocked energies.
I hope that I have given you some thought on how your consciousness either creates or destroys disease within the body.
It is an important aspect of life to work on clearing the chakra energies, working consciously to balance them will greatly help you. Healing always begins within the mind, aligning your consciousness, being aware of what you say to yourself, about yourself, is very important. Listen to the story you tell others about you. When you open your mouth, are you focused on operations, aches, pains,the problems of life, the problems of people, is everyone irritating you, are you frustrated, tired, angry, feeling unappreciated, unloved, feel no one is giving you enough attention?
Or… are you focused on your future, seeing yourself as vibrant, healthy and in control of your health and life?
Next address your diet, is your food live energy or dead? This along with your consciousness is key to the healing process. You cannot do one without the other. Your commitment to yourself, honouring yourself, your body, your mind, is key if you wish to connect to the internal healer.
I hope I have given you some food for thought. A journal of your thoughts is a great way of being able to view subjectively how you talk about yourself. If you have a journal revisit it, read it. Is it focused on everything that is wrong, or is it inspiration, focused on your dreams of the future? If you have a journal go through it, highlight all your negative comments with one colour and all your positive comments in another colour. The colours will speak for themselves.
Next address your diet and also make it a weekly practice to integrate, open, charge and align your chakras.
Until next time, focus on your thoughts, remember negative belief patterns only serve to strengthen your illness. If all you see is stress, problems, struggles, you are feeding and strengthening the negative energy. You cannot blame anyone else or situations for where you are at. The responsibility for your life experiences is a direct response to your beliefs. If you change your beliefs, your change your energy patterns.
Until next time, consciously choose who and what to align your consciousness to.
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