In meeting with clients and patients, once we have identified what caused it, here’s what happens. I ask for the patient to determine if they can accept it, change it, or they can avoid it. And, I don’t really care what they choose or what they’re comfortable with doing. It doesn’t matter to me. If they’re going to be at peace, or they believe, real or unreal, that they’re going to be at peace, then that’s where we need to go. Nothing else and no one else matters. As I have learned from working with people, “it is all about you.”
But, here’s the thing…
I ask for the patients to implement it right then and there. If they have somebody who moved in with them, and they’re not at peace with it, I’ll ask them, “Do you have the money to buy them something around the corner or get them an apartment or for you to move somewhere else? And, if you do, do it right now.” What patients and clients want to do is they want to put this off. They say, “When I get better, I’ll go home and deal with it.”
Well, I hate to tell you, what is the benefit of getting better? When they have the disease, they’re separated. They’re either in the hospital or an alternative clinic, or somewhere else dealing with it. If they pass away, they don’t have to deal with it. It’s no longer an issue and they don’t have to face it. Now, that’s a horrible alternative, but it’s an alternative that’s there, and that’s why it has manifested.
So, I mention to every single one of my patients and clients that, “We need to act right away, right now. If you’re going to change, if you’re going to avoid, or you’re going to accept, it needs to begin right now.” Because, once you do that, you begin to heal. The healing process doesn’t kick in until there’s peace or future peace or at ease, or a solution or resolution to the event(s) that got them into that condition.
So, here you are with your first symptom.
You’re not telling anybody. You’re not giving it any power, or labels. It’s nothing. Because, if you give it no thought, that’s all it is, nothing. You definitely aren’t giving it any power because the only power that exists is love, and that’s from God. I can assure you that the God you pray to has enough energy, or you can access that energy to be healed of anything at any time instantly and permanently if you turn to the Source, but you first have to identify the event or series of events and change your view of it, or change the condition of it, or totally avoid it at all cost.
In dealing with family members, accept that that’s the way they are. That’s the way God created them. That’s the way they’re wired. “It’s what is.” Sure, parents have a role with their children, but what’s often forgotten is that the child belongs to God. Under Universal Law of Possession, everything belongs to God. So, when a child challenges you as parent, turn it over to God. When you’re challenged by anything, turn it over to God.
Lesson: Not trusting your ‘gut’ (your intuition). If connected and not following, then self-punishing.
Emotion: Confusion, Indecisiveness, wishy-washy, regrets
Fix: Muscle testing, “World's Shortest Meditation”, Meditation in general.
Sample Cases: If the person makes a decision against their “inner feeling” or “intuition”, it may become self-punishing and may include self-forgiveness. Entering into a marriage, business decision or putting themselves in a “risky situation” and having gone against their “gut”.
Lesson: You are not in control. As humans we are poor at predicting the future. Our lives are nothing like we expected. God provides for us and takes care of everything so we do not have to. Disapproval of another’s action.
Emotions: Anger, Conflict, Stubbornness
Fix: You cannot screw up God’s plan. The Crucifixion; would you have stopped it? “Resist nothing.” Sample Cases: This may involve the person controlling another or a person being controlled by another. Disapproval of someone’s driving, behavior or choices. Disapproval of an authoritative person, organization or government.
Lesson: “Only the All-Knowing can judge” - If you do not judge it, you will Love it. God’s creation is perfect and cannot be improved. Judgement keeps your true self from being present.
Emotions: Disgust, Bitterness, Hatred, Defensiveness
Fix: If you knew their story, you would just Love them. A Mantra: “It could be worse.” If God is in everything and there is something you do not like, that is a part of God that you do not like.
Sample Cases: Anything you do not like is because of judgment, including self-judgment and not being judged. If you do not judge, you do not feel you are being judged.
Lesson: Who you really are. What you are really connected to and your true inheritance. A “loss of” something that is perceived by your identity.
Emotion: Despair, Insecurity, Self-esteem, Depression
Fix: Worthiness Meditation: Bring awareness of your worthiness to receive “who you really are” - receipt of your Soul, Significant other, Time, Children and Grandchildren.
Sample Cases: A loss of employment, business, or symbol of your identity. Bankruptcy, foreclosure or repossession are all representation of the perception of your identity. Typically, the identity is not Spiritual in nature, but is of a physical condition
Lesson: This is a major big lesson! This lesson is the mature soul getting near the “good stuff,” but it is also a tough lesson.
Emotion: Love Unreceived, Heartache, Lust (deals with the physical)
Fix: Release the physical condition and just love it as you see the lesson.
Sample Cases: Any “weird” relationship with physical separation. A couple that is geographically separated or a condition that prevents a physical connection.
Someone “acted” against you. Let it go. To forgive, you do not have to tell anyone anything. You just need to let it “go”. “Forgive them for they do not know what they do." - Jesus
Emotion: Betrayal, Rejection, Guilt, Regrets & Self-Forgiveness
Fix: Does God have a problem with you? Does God have a problem with them? Only the “All-Knowing” can judge. Was it according to God’s plan? Did God know since the beginning of time it was going to occur?
Sample Cases: Betrayal can occur in any relationship including “significant other,” family members, friends or coworkers. Someone “trespassed against you.” This includes any incident that may be considered “wrongful,” including crimes and abuses against you. Self-forgiveness usually involves regrets and may also include the life lesson of Divine Guidance.