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Positive Affirmations

 

“ I am love. I now choose to love and approve of myself. I see others with love”

“I see with love and understanding. I hold all my experiences up to the light of love”

“I am safe. I trust the process of life to bring only good to me”

If you haven’t heard of Louise Hay then I urge you to get onto google right now and look her up. Her story is truly inspiring, and she’s helped so many people too. For more affirmations, grab a copy of ‘You Can Heal Your Body’ and ‘You Can Heal Your Life’, you can also watch the movie entitled the same.

 

Here is a response from Louise Hay regarding the emotional issues related to autoimmune diseases:

 

“Of course you’re tired of life. You’ve been disconnected from your emotions for a long time. This pattern usually begins in childhood. At home and in society, many of us receive the message it’s not okay to express certain feelings such as sadness and anger. We suppress or “depress” so-called unacceptable feelings. We become cut off from our emotional energy and left with a general feeling of fatigue and disconnection from life. We slow our bodies down and feel we’re running on empty.

 

At least 80% of all autoimmune disease (immune system attacks the body) occurs in women. Somewhere deep within our bodies there’s some kind of destructive message that needs to be revealed and transformed. To break free of this pattern, it’s helpful to establish a safe environment to reconnect with our feeling processes and begin to safely release stored anger, sadness, and other suppressed emotions. It’s highly recommended to have qualified professional help in this process. An affirmation to use here is: “It is safe to express all that is within me. I love, honor, and accept all aspects of who and what I am. As a result, I’m energized, expressed, and filled with joy!”.

 

While I’m not completely convinced that this is the reason I have an autoimmune condition, I am a true believer in that having a positive attitude changes the whole course of having an autoimmune condition. It makes sense, if you’re eating crap, thinking crap and doing crap then odds are you will end up feeling crap – and who needs that when they’ve got an autoimmune condition? I believe you can choose how you deal with life. Things will happen, some in our control and some out of our control, it’s up to us to make the difference in our lives. Are we going to be victims? Or are we going to stand up and overcome these issues to become so much more than we ever thought we could be? I, for one, choose the latter and that’s what this whole website is all about. I am more than my autoimmune condition. I choose to learn through it and take every experience good and bad and turn it into something better, more meaningful and bigger than myself.

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2 comments

  1. Awesome blog you inspired me in dealing with my new auto immune condition! T cells are my start of researching and breaking the body down to fully understand what is going on with my condition. I no all to well this is my own trama and thinking that brought this on. Love and light!

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  2. Christie Abraham

    I too brought this on myself. I have Sjogrens Syndrome extreme version. I believe this is because of life circumstances that caused me to be be bitter, angry, resentful, stressed & depressed. This happened over a period of almost four years. Now I am left picking up the pieces and trying to reverse what I have wrought. Thanks for sharing the affirmations.

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