Do you think it wiser to think of yourself as healthy instead of seeing yourself as being healed?
if you are healed then is there still room for improvement?
Quantum science says we live in a multiverse of infinite possibilities - that whatever we can concieve and believe becomes our reality
If u think of yourself as being healed the it becomes a proceess without a conclusion
I think this could be wise to know yourself as healthy and healed...it really help us here..
Thanks for the information you shared with us here..
Can't you do both? I think of myself as healthy now, but I know that I have been healed tremendously in both mind and body in order to get to that point.
Thank you for responding. I see healing as a term that indicates that the body is in a condition of dis-ease instead of health. Because our minds are so strong and thoughts so real-it seems more powerful to see yourself as healthy or maybe headed instead of in the condition of healing. Words are just words-but thoughts are most powerful. I am grateful that you have been healed in the past. I have as well. But, for the present let's say we are healthy and not needing to be healed any longer. There is no dis-ease. And, we plan to stay that way.
i see myself in the process of healing and becoming more healthy each day!
Ah, I see what you mean now...I read it as "having been healed" rather than "in the process of healing." In that case, I believe it is best to see oneself as healthy, though possibly also important to know if you're still in the process of healing. There are some parts of myself that I know are still healing, I can feel them getting better, but I acknowledge that I shouldn't push those weak spots just yet. Overall, though, this is the first time in my life I've ever considered myself truly healthy .
call me ignorant but i'm still at a loss, what is it that we are to be healing from.i know that i am healthy any healing that needs to be done is just one of the many parts of daily life (unless there is some ailments that need to be overcome).
I am very much a practitioner of mind-over-matter thought. For over 25 years I have witnessed individuals create their lives with a combined, but not always balanced, mixture of thought and environment. For the most part-those who tend to think they are unhealthy and in need of healing become less healthy than those who see themselves as healthy or healed.
The word “healing” is a word that suggests a need for improvement. It follows that the mind may think it is then not healthy. So, I prefer to think I am healthy or healed instead of healing. One might think all this focus on words is foolish. And they would be correct. It is not the words but the thoughts we are now pondering. Take a look at my blog about health-alternatives. I have tried to go into some detail there. Again thank you for responding. I hope to read more of your opinions. You are sharing your ideas and that is inspiring.
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