Self-Healing

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    Tune out the Noise from your Mind

    “The art of knowing is knowing what to ignore…
    Ignore those that make you fearful and sad, that degrade you back towards disease and death.”

    – Rumi

    It would help if you learned to say no to the thoughts that belittle you. Identify your deep-rooted fears and say aloud, “I am not going to give a damn attention to you.”

    We can’t obliterate fear, but we can choose to ignore the voices that make us feel bad.

    Whether you’re struggling with finances or getting ridiculed by your spouse for lousy health, choose to say no to fear.

    Affirm aloud, "Given any situation, I'll handle it."

    The more you affirm positive thoughts better the chances of your recovery from the problem.

    If you’re afraid of poor finances, affirm yourself with the thought, “I have an abundant supply of riches, and I can handle the situation uniquely.”

    Given you’re unhealthy. Could you tell yourself, “I am brave enough to survive the challenge? I’m ready to face the challenge. Whatever be the condition, I’ll handle it.”

    When you affirm yourself, the subconscious start believing in courage and strength. It creates new pathways that can heal you towards a better end.

    Don’t underestimate the power of affirmations. Practice daily, and they’ll help you cure every dis-ease.

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    I’m not Good Enough to Do Anything.

    “The quieter you become the more you are able to hear.”

    – Rumi

    I know you’re struggling with feelings of an inferiority complex, and I’ve no advice except to say, “You’re more than good enough. You’ll discover your journey once you’re committed to walking the Way to Truth..

    The inferiority complex in you is because of a belief in limitation. You see life as a single straight line, but it’s a zig-zag pathway.

    You’ve got a talent and can leverage it to create everything you wish in life. You need an optimistic attitude that can inspire you to write a successful Story of Life.

    Suppose you can think of anything, then why do you feel bad about yourself?

    You can sit and laugh at the miracles of life, and if you don’t see anything adventurous in your life, pick a good book by a great author.

    Read about her challenges and struggles and how she evolved from a mediocre human being to a great lady.

    You can start with You Can Heal Your Life by American author Louise Hay. Her books penetrate the heart and transform the way we think about ourselves. Give it a try and believe me, you’ll not regret it.

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    Is There a Lesson Behind my Pain?

    “The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”

    – Rumi

    We fear the things we love to do. Anything authentic takes time to penetrate within us.

    To become a writer or doctor, you must first face an injury. Without injury, there is no journey.

    We can read a book and cram the principles, but we can’t learn the lesson unless we get an emotional or physical wound.

    Life is a mysterious force that becomes aware of itself through us. It needs unique experiences to create something genuine that can be tested on the timeline of history.

    When we get an injury, we recover through our unique pain. We feel the necessity to help others who’re about to get a wound on their bodies and minds. We try to rescue them by making a conscious effort.

    Be grateful for the experience and suck the lesson whenever an injury arises. Use it in the evolution of your consciousness.

    The more you become aware of the truth behind your experiences, the better you can catch the exact meaning behind that statement.

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    Can’t we Just Let Go of the Past?

    “Life’s too short to wake up with regrets. So love the people who treat you right, forgive the ones who don’t and believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said it’d be easy, they just promised it would be worth it.”

    – Dr. Seuss

    We’ll die one day, and every pain will end naturally.

    When we realize this truth and live by it daily, we don’t fall into the trap of regret and resentment.

    We’ve got the memories of the past. They’re dead, and we’re carrying them in our heads.

    Long ago, someone hurt us, and we’re carrying the resentment. Today are we sick to acknowledge that the person who hurt us is no longer with us?

    We’ve all a collection of memories, and we’re fighting with that.

    There is no one in front of us but a still presence of our unique being. The present is with us to learn and enjoy, but we’re still busy seducing the past.

    Can’t we just let go of everything that happened to make friends with our memories?

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    I Don’t Want to Do Anything.

    “Know that one day your pain will become your cure.”

    ~ Rumi

    Today you’re confused. You don’t have a solution to your problem, but please don’t lose hope. The days of despair will be over. The pain will level you, giving you a lesson that will become the foundation of your Journey in Life.

    Your work, for now, is to understand your situation and do whatever feels right.

    Take a leave from everything and give your body the time to heal.

    Thinking about the problem doesn’t solve it. You’ve to start working on the idea.

    If you’re not well, first rest and then take action.

    Don’t overthink. Eat and sleep well.