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The Mental Causes for Physical Illness and the Metaphysical Way To Overcome Them

Posted Jun 02 2009 4:35pm

San Francisco and Marin County Chronic Back Pain Doctor Comments in the relationship between our Thoughts and our Health:

Happy thoughts become happy molecules. Sad thought become sad molecules. The following is an excerpt from Louise L. Hay's best selling book "Heal Your Body":

Both the good in our lives and the dis-ease are the results of mental thought patterns that form our experiences. We all have many thought patterns that produce good, positive experiences, and those that we enjoy. It's negative thought patterns that produce comfortable, unrewarding experiences with which we're concerned. It's our desire to change our dis-ease in life into perfect health. We've learned that for every effect in our lives, there's a thought pattern that precedes and maintains it. Our consistent thinking patterns create our experiences. Therefore, by changing our thinking patterns, we can change our experiences.

So, can changing my thought patterns get rid of my back pain and heal my herniated disk ? Well, I doubt it if that's all you did. Could it interfere with the healing process if I did all the other things you recommend but still harbored my negative thoughts and did not try to change them or confront the problem ? YES. Hey, here's the thing, there is an invisible knob that is adjustable by you for all the various components of health. Your mental state is a component of health. You can choose to adjust it in the direction of health, or in the direction of illness, the choice is yours. By spending just a few minutes a day on this you can adjust the knob in the right direction. I recommend you buy the book mentioned above ($6.95) and learn some really simple mental exercises. My job is to point you in the right direction and teach you about health and wellness. How we get sick and how we get well. It's up to you to take action.

Happy Thanksgiving :)    

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