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I remember attending a weekend workshop and becoming enthralled by the subject of self-healing. One participant, a woman, found it particularly painful to grasp the idea that denying responsibility for our health and neglecting our bodies could lead to suffering, pain, and disease. This is a hard pill for anyone to swallow. But what if our belief systems, words, and thoughts truly do affect our physical, mental, and emotional well-being? What if they influence our blood lipid profiles, hormones, skeletal system, nervous system, and energetics?

At first glance, this might seem far-fetched, but it’s not. This concept goes far beyond the realms of energetics alone. Our thoughts signal to our bodies every single second of every day based on what we choose to focus on or get distracted by. Remarkably, 80% of what we think about each day is on a sad perpetual loop. If our ailments dominate our conversations and we constantly focus on our physical, mental, and emotional pain, that is what we will continue to experience.

The saying “What you breathe in, you believe in” holds significant truth. We absorb the reality that stays in our loop, and sometimes that loop can become like a stuck record. Some people spend their whole existence being stuck on the same track.

Is there evidence to support this idea? Plenty. This isn’t a concept concocted by what some dismissively refer to as the “Woo Woo” brigade. If you’re sceptical, I encourage you to explore a vast collection of splendid books available that will open your eyes to your true human potential.

Here are a few books to get you started on this enlightening journey:

  1. You Are the Placebo by Dr. Joe Dispenza – This book delves into the power of the mind to heal the body and explores scientific evidence supporting the placebo effect.
  2. The Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce Lipton – Dr. Lipton, a cell biologist, discusses how our beliefs and thoughts can affect our biology and health.
  1. Mind Over Medicine by Dr. Lissa Rankin – Dr. Rankin provides a thorough examination of how our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs can heal our bodies.
  1. Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza – Another insightful book by Dr. Dispenza that combines science and spirituality to explain how ordinary people are doing the extraordinary.

Taking responsibility for your health means more than just eating right and exercising. It involves being mindful of your thoughts, beliefs, and emotions. By doing so, you can create a healthier, more vibrant life. Start exploring these resources and see how you can unlock your potential for self-healing.

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