“When you change the way you look at things, things change.”
Posted Jun 14 2010 11:53am
When you change the way you look at things, things change.” – Wayne Dyer.
Conventional wisdom says that we have to “fight” illnesses like depression, cancer, heart diseases and drug addition to become healthy.
There’s a story that Louis Pasteur, the famous French scientist who developed pasteurization to protect milk form germs, admitted on his death bed that he agreed with another prominent scientist who said that our body isn’t attacked from outside by germs; rather, our cells are changed within by what we eat, our thoughts, our emotions and what we create inside ourselves
More recently, Candace Pert , a researcher and innovator acclaimed for her pioneering work in the area of psychoneuroimmunology, has concluded that our thoughts and emotions change the body’s molecules and affect our health. She is more popularly known for appeared in the 2004 film “ What the Bleep Do We Know, ” speaking as a serious scientist to the notion that we create our own reality
Her book, “ Molecules of Emotion ” contends that the brain, glands, and immune system are in constant communication which gives us real reason to observe our thoughts, notice our environment and wonder what we are feeding ourselves.
All this gives pause to consider how we change and what influences changes within us.