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The Biology of Belief

08 Jun

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When I woke up this morning I spotted a post about Noel Edmunds getting back lash about suggesting that negative thinking can create cancer.

I was pleasantly surprised to read the comments under this post were mainly positive and in agreement and if anyone has read or listened to anything by Bruce Lipton or read Anita Moorjani’s book “Dying to be Me” you would totally understand where Noel was coming from.

I’m not sure if it was before or after reading about Noel that I saw the picture above posted by Skye Dyer but later in the day I recalled it and thought it’s contents were relevant to this situation.

As soon as I read it, it reminded me of when I read “21 Days to Master Success and Inner Peace” by Dr Wayne W. Dyer when Wayne suggested ‘Be open to everything’.

It is most likely because I have read and listened to material by Wayne Dyer, Bruce Lipton and Anita Moorjani I am stood in the reality I have created today.

After I had a recent accident I was determined to think positively. It wasn’t until a few weeks later I recalled the thoughts I was having in the hours running up to the accident. I had one working week left before travelling to enjoy a luxury holiday and a joyous event but instead of thinking about this I was feeling overwhelmed by all the things I had to achieve in that working week and the lack of belief that I could achieve it all. I had allowed fear and doubt to occupy my thoughts instead of belief and trust that as always everything would work itself out.

My accident immediately wiped out all the things I was concerned about but it also wiped out the opportunity for something blissful and joyous. I take responsibility for my actions and my thoughts and realise that if I had acknowledged my anxiety I could have changed that chain of thought and none of this would have happened but am proud that I haven’t chosen to adopt the thoughts and opinions related to an accident like mine.

If I had chosen to believe what I have heard, at least I will have to endure severe pain every winter or more severe, crippling arthritis.

I have chosen to believe I am 100% healed and I already have the evidence that is the case.

Initially I as given a diagnosis of being in plaster until mid June with further treatment to be assessed. Last week I had a check up that required my plaster to be removed to have an X-ray to assess how the healing was going. My partner discussed possible outcomes with a member of staff removing my cast and they suggested that if I accept that I may have another cast, on anything else was a bonus but other options were surgical boots etc but quietly in my head I told myself I was already healed as I had said many times previously.

I believed it and already accepted that I will be 100% fully functioning in the future but never being through something like this I had nothing to gage against time wise.

A short time later I was called back in to meet the consultant who showed me my X-rays and told me that my break had completely healed and I could start weight baring immediately as much I could tolerate. So two weeks before I was due out of plaster cast I don’t have as much as a support bandage and today I had my first (and only) physiotherapist appointment. The word ‘exceptional’ was used several times as the Physiotherapist’s body language gave away that they were literally flabbergasted by my flexibility and mobility in my joints. She actually said that she had never had anyone at this stage with this amount of movement and demonstrated with her hand how much movement people normally have which was barely anything. I have received a sheet of 3 exercises to improve to some tightness in my calves and I have been discharged.

Feeling blissful and full of Gratitude I decided to go into the garden, enjoy the sunshine and listen to something on YouTube and as if to reiterate what I, Noel and many others believe the video below was on my recommended list.

It’s not in our gene’s. It is in our thoughts. Anything and Everything.

 
 

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