This month, there’s a gratitude project going inside Assist U, my alma mater for Virtual Assistance Training. So my blogs this month will all be about the things for which I’m grateful in my life, as will my Twitter and Facebook posts. You can see everybody’s posts on Twitter at #30days.
I have great health. Although I am a large woman, I understand that it isn’t necessary to believe what the doctors tell you. Therefore, I have no high blood pressure, no diabetes, no heart problems, no high cholesterol, no depression. I am not afraid of cancer. Why? Because in my search to cure my obesity, I discovered the truth about life - the laws that govern life, and I learned how to use them. I govern my own health through thinking good and perfect thoughts.
This understanding is a hard-won treasure. The skill to use what I learned is even harder won, because like all the rest of you, I was taught the exact opposite of what the truth is as a way to handle my problems. Let me explain:
When the rare occasion occurs that I have a headache, I was taught to take an aspirin. What I learned in my searching is that all drugs are completely powerless. They are all dead effect. What makes them appear to work is YOU THINKING THEY WILL WORK, and nothing else. Get it? You, thinking, are Cause and drugs are effect. So now, when I have a headache, I lay down on a bed and I think “perfect health, total harmony, complete bliss” and to the degree that I am able to argue for the truth of those ideas, the headache disappears. Where do headaches go, did you ever wonder? Into their native nothingness, I’ve learned.
See why I’m so grateful for my health? I’m controlling it and not the reverse. I hope my words bring some comfort to you today.