All of the physical pains and illness of our body have at their root underlying emotional and spiritual issues, which are created by our habitual thought patterns. If we constantly think negatively about a particular issue and about ourself, we will eventually create dis-ease in our body. We may have joint pain, headaches, multiple sclerosis, asthma, or any other number of illnesses. While taking care of the physical body is important for healing, we must also learn to address the underlying thought patterns and beliefs that created these illnesses. There are two books that I use regularly and recommend to all of my clients that will help you to take control of your own health and well-being.
In this video, I share how to use these books and give an example from them. Read more below for a summary of how these books can help you. They're especially useful for getting rid of negative emotions.
1) Louise Hay
Louise Hay is pretty popular among those who desire to find the underlying causes for physical pain and issues.
Her story is pretty incredible. She grew up in a home where she was abused physically and sexually. As she got older, she developed cancer. She decided she wasn't interested in surgery, so set off to figure out how to heal herself through taking charge of her physical and emotional health.
Emotionally, she did a lot of forgiveness and practicing acceptance and letting go of all of the negative emotions and feelings of low self-worth. Within 6 months, she was free of the cancer.
Louise lived to be a vibrant 90 years of age! Her story is a great example of the harm negative emotions can do to our physical bodies.
Here's an example from her book:
Problem: Foot problem
Probable cause: Fear of the future and of not stepping forward in life
New thought pattern: I move forward in life with joy and with ease.
2) Karol K. Truman
This book is also quite popular, and has an additional method not found in the first book.
Karol provides a script for healing from negative emotions. I love this script and have it memorized. It's so easy to use, and you don't have to focus on a particular pain or illness.
She provides a list of positive emotions to replace the negative ones.
Let's say you often feel anger and you'd like to get rid of that. For example, using the script and her list of emotions, you replace 'anger' with 'peaceful' or 'calm' or 'forgiving.' Simply repeat the script for 40 days, and notice the changes in your life.
Karol also provides a list of diseases and pain and probable causes as well.
Here's an example from her book:
Possible issues: Not liking the direction you are going; fear of the future; fear of stepping forward in life. There are also additional listings for pigeon-toed, pointed outward, toes curled under, walking on insides, and walking on sides.
Action plan for finding relief
- Get yourself a copy of both of these books and start reading them! They're must-haves for your library if you want to delve deeper into finding healing for yourself and your family.
- Start using the affirmations from Louise Hay, or the script from Karol K. Truman, consistently for 40 days and notice what changes in your life.
What have been your experiences using either of these books?