You have just been diagnosed, now what?
Being diagnosed is not a life-sentence. We cannot afford to hand over our healing power to our doctor, we need to recognize our vital role; our power of belief in the therapy.
Within the medical system, whatever our diagnosis, puts us in a box and becomes our identity. We become number 6042 to be labelled with this ailment this year/month/day, and we get plonked onto the conveyer belt to facilitate treatment, reducing our life stories to anecdotes. Who we are and our feelings are reduced to irrelevant data, denying our very humanity. You owe it to yourself to keep your power by not just surrendering your treatment to your diagnosing doctor but instead to embark on a journey of learning and understanding, so that you empower yourself to make educated choices, become an active participant and enforcer of your healing journey. We need to be accountable and responsible for our role in therapy we choose. We cannot afford to hand over our healing power to our doctor, we need to recognise our vital role; our power of belief in the therapy. Our thoughts and words that need to be aligned to bring about the action of healing. This is not the time to play small, to play victim if we are to come out triumphant. We need to be at peace and in alignment with the treatment protocols that we have chosen to follow. When we shift our state of being from fear, anger or sadness to positive emotions of faith, hope and trust, the brain responds biochemically, the blood changes the body’s cell culture – this changes the cells on a biological level – that’s healing.
Whatever your physical, mental or emotional dis-eased state, this workshop will empower you to step outside the confines of labelling, of statists and of confinement towards a place within your mind, heart and soul, your sacred space where you can find peace and where healing is a tangible reality.
“In the absence of wake-up calls, many of us never really confront the critical issues of life.“
– Stephen Covey
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