Messages From Your Angels
by Kaye Hazel, Angel Intuitive
Today’s message is WELLNESS
‘Wellness is our natural state. Disease is an imposter.’
‘Memories are clever imposters, making it appear that an experience or relationship cannot be healed. If you believe that, how can you heal your body or protect your health? Replace imposters with a higher truth.’
Henry Ford reportedly said ‘whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you are right’ – or something like. There are different versions of this quote around but the message is the same. Your thoughts and I’d add your beliefs, are powerful!
If you believe something can not be healed, whether that be a physical complaint, a relationship or an experience, then you are denying yourself the opportunity to ‘heal’ it. Healing takes many forms and doesn’t necessarily mean to return to what it was previously. Healing of a relationship may mean that you have removed any emotional charge around the relationship or other person. You don’t need the relationship to go back to what it was, in order for it to be healed.
If we think of healing as releasing any emotional charge or attachment to, rather than getting rid of or fixing the disease / relationship / event / person / pain this allows us to see that circumstance in a different light. Releasing negative emotional attachments such as fear, anger, resentment or sadness and replacing with love allows us to move into a space of unconditional acceptance. That is acceptance of the circumstance without any need or expectation for it to be different. Then there is nothing that needs fixing.
Healing comes in the form of acceptance of the truth without conditions or expectations – unconditional acceptance and unconditional love for the situation, person or circumstance.
When we have a physical or medical condition, it is easy to blame our body for letting us down. If we can move past any judgement or denial about our condition and about our thoughts, beliefs and feelings about the condition, and come to a place of acceptance of that condition, we can allow ourselves to heal. Releasing lower vibrating, or so-called negative emotions such as anger, resentment, blame or shame is an important step towards acceptance.
I know this sounds simple, and it is simple. But I didn’t say it was easy!
There are only a few people who have been able to reach this place of unconditional love and acceptance, although this number is growing all the time. This is however a familiar story told by those who have survived and thrived, following the diagnosis of a life threatening condition. The medical world might call these spontaneous healings or remissions, others call them miracles. If you want to read about one miraculous healing journey, check out Anita Moorjani’s book, ‘Dying To Be Me: My Journey From Cancer, to Near Death to True Healing’. Available here.
To me, acceptance makes so much more sense and sounds more comforting than fighting or battling a disease – which are terms often used especially when someone has a life threatening condition such as cancer. What are we fighting? Our own body?
Our body knows how to heal – wellness is our natural state.
Our beliefs can prevent us from healing or accepting wellness. Often these beliefs are hidden, as they reside in our subconscious and were installed there by other people – our parents, teachers, peers, the media. They’re not even our own beliefs!
What do you believe about healing and wellness?
What does healing mean to you?
What does wellness mean to you?
You may need to do some detective work to investigate what beliefs are hidden in your subconscious. An exercise to help you uncover hidden beliefs is to simply notice how you feel when you state what you think you believe out loud. State it in a firm manner as if it is true – then notice how you feel. Does it feel true to you? Does it make you feel lighter or heavier? You can then state the opposite and notice how that feels. Compare the feelings – which statement makes you feel lighter? The truth will always make you feel lighter and a lie will make you feel heavier.
If you’re not used to noticing how things make you feel, practice by saying one statement followed by a conflicting statement. Test it on something you know to be true such as your name or a colour such as ‘this item is green’ followed by ‘this item is purple’ – do you feel differently when you state the correct colour?
Once you feel comfortable with recognising your feelings and the truth, you can use this technique to uncover hidden beliefs. Then it’s up to you, whether you want to change those beliefs. Awareness is the first step. Believing you can heal is the secret to healing – although it is not the only criteria.
Today’s message is from Healing Cards – A Daily Practice for Maintaining Spiritual Balance by Caroline Myss and Peter Occhiogrosso. If you are reading this now, this message is for you and no matter when you are reading it, it is relevant for you today.
With love from the angels
16 August 2013