Maybe you have noticed that no matter what you try, you cannot get healthier. It may feel like you are self-sabotaging yourself. If you are in this position, this post is for you!
Where Do They Come From?
This can result in the thought that we need to be sick to be loved, as an example. Say your parents are really busy when you are little and you do not get much attention. Slowly you start to notice that you get so much love and attention when you are ill. The belief that being sick gets you love is programmed into your thoughts, and each time you get evidence of this, the deeper the belief gets. The illness sticks around longer, and may eventually stay.As we get older, we need evidence to start believing something bad about ourselves, so when we make a mistake (and of course we do), the negative thought is pushed deeper into our beliefs. By the time we are adults, we have quite the personal belief system.
Questioning & Examining
Where To Start
- Louise Hay – everything she does is gold, so you will not be steered in the wrong direction. She is so full of love. Any book by her is worth it! You Can Heal Your Body & You Can Heal Your Life are my top 2.
- Creative Visualization – Shakti Gawain
- Wayne Dyer
- Jeff Brown
- The Power Of I Am – Joel Osteen (for people of the Christian persuasion. It is a great book, with great tips. It is a pretty simple read though, so getting it from the library is a good idea.)