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Nov 16

Creating Ease While Attending To Dis-Ease

Last night I was awakened with a severe leg cramp. At least this happens only occasionally now and I know I need magnesium, but I didn’t always know that. My leg cramps were so severe and constant that my doctor prescribed a drug used for epilepsy!
The challenge is to maintain ease while the healing is unfolding. Thoughts that create ease for me while I am figuring things out.

  • I love knowing that I am in charge.
  • There is nothing that cannot be cured.
  • I didn’t always know what I know now when this condition began.
  • I have only to gently, eventually, release this illness.
  • My body knows what to do
  • My only work is to relax and breathe
  • I can do that. I can do that easily.
  • My cells are asking for what they need in order to thrive
  • It’s natural that it would take some time for my body to begin to align to my improved thoughts of well being
  • It’s natural for my body to be well
  • It doesn’t matter that it got started, because its reversing its course now.
  • My inner being is intricately aware of my physical body
  • Don’t recall where I got these affirmations from. May have been from Abraham. Fear, anxiety and worry send the wrong information to the body. Achieving ease has been one of the most difficult steps for me and is why I love the mind body connection. It gives me tools for working to reprogram my brain. That is one of the reasons for this blog. A place to continue to develop good patterns of believing, thinking and feeling.

    We are habitual beings and for those of us who were wired from the beginning for fear, pain, and anxiety this information is an essential tool. The damage to my spine at birth set into motion a mental program that was counterproductive to creating health and well-being. I keep the above list next to my bed.

    Permanent link to this article: http://www.mental-physics.com/2011/11/16/creating-ease-while-attending-to-dis-ease/

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