When you experience a health challenge, have you been being compassionate with you? A physical challenge or change in routine makes one consciously aware of their thoughts and feeling and that encourages evaluation and introspection. Health challenges may mean you are resisting a truth about you that you don’t want to own? Generally there is some suffering and that lets you know that your thinking might be going against universal truths. You might be demanding reality change to please you. It’s hard to make changes in yourself when you want to, but its impossible to change another, that does NOT want to change.
Sometimes your body part or system that is suffering or out of sync, gives you a clue as to what might be going on in your spiritual thoughts. Use your illnesses as opportunities to think about your thoughts. Thought patterns creating the most frequent dis-ease are CRITICISM, indulged in long enough often leads to calcification and arthritis. ANGER attracts dis-ease that burns, boil and infect the biology. RESENTMENT festers and eats away at self worth eventually leading to tumors or cancer. GUILT seeks punishment and leads to pain and suffering. The guilty person believes they have failed in some way. BLAME is you giving your power away. VICTIMS decide they are powerless and helpless. EYE issues can be an inability to see clearly what is TRUE!
Resistance to change creates internal conflict manifesting headaches, excess weight or constipation. Resistance is being stuck, stagnant and not accepting what is true. What you think about the self becomes your truth. When you accept you as you are, you are willing to accept others as they are.
Responsibility for the self allows us to change spiritually and physically.
Compassion is never criticizing you for anything. Criticism holds you into a stuck pattern of thought. You have criticized the self for lifetimes, how has that been helpful? The more accepting you are of the self, the less you project your wounds, on others. Experiencing a health challenge presents an opportunity to go within and strengthen the bond with your soul conglomerate. Illness gives you a chance to depend on and trust others, while they care for you exactly as you are, not a quid pro quo situation, just compassionate caring.
When we were children we wanted to be accepted and appreciated for exactly who we were. Not only after pleasing someone or getting a certain grade or friend. As adults we want to be accepted and appreciated for exactly who we are. BUT you aren’t going to get that from other people until you give it to you first.
This utube explains and documents what is ALSO going on in your body and on your skin
This is one way to deal with it.