FOR YOUR AWARENESS AND DISCERNMENT:

“DOES DISEASE COME TO US AS RANDOM VICTIMS FOR WHICH WE HAVE NO CONTROL?
Do people get sick through no fault of their own?
Or are our maladies at least partially brought by actions of our own?”
If we are at least partially at fault, then are we not then partially empowered to do something about it?
If disease is not accidental, but has root causes within our minds and souls from wrong thinking, negative feelings, unhealthy habits, and improper life styles, then we do have some control. We can take responsibility, change the things that made us sick, “forgive ourselves, give ourselves permission” and, through prayer and attunement we can turn back to wellness. (There is no right or wrong here, no judgement).
We are accustomed to placing our physical, emotional, and spiritual health in the control of something or someone outside of ourselves. Our lives are thus filled with searching for solutions externally without considering that the source of our problems as well as the source of our healing may be within!
Do we consider that how we live our life just may be the root cause of our own illness or condition?
We feel the illness will never depart. It is no wonder we have such difficulty finding the truth about healing.” ~ Dr. David Stewart
Of course society, allopathic medicine and pharmaceutical meds would have us believe otherwise?)
Healing is fascinating because it can mean something different to everyone. There is long term success and there are daily successes that guide us to become what we ultimately want to become.
I believe and feel that true success is discovering the courage, determination, and will to become someone who makes positive changes.
Having said that I know for a fact that this can be challenging for some and requires dedication, research, educating oneself in the field of natural medicine. Plants, medicinal essential oils, food, environment, and so much more. A journey that can be challenging to say the least, but one of true empowerment and tremendous rewards.
Francesca Vitale