In cases of overcoming illness, people associate an illness which they are going through, as part of themselves. They associate their life, the things they do, with that sickness therefore giving it life and connecting it to their character. A person who has aches and pains in their body associates that pain to them. SO instead of saying, “I am having pains in my leg,”, they choose to say things like, “my leg pain is frequent”. Therefore attaching a pain in their leg to them, as part of their life. Sometimes people do this out of need for attention more than the actual experience of body pain.
And not just because they are not feeling well. People fear that their family, friends or relatives might forget them or not worry about them, so creating a situation where people feel pitiful for them, creates an opportunity for people to express sorrow or concern for the person. This obviously doesn’t take away the fact that the person is actually going through pain and of course we do want them to live a good, happy and healthy life.
However many people live with a sickness because through time they have associated and somewhat bonded with that sickness, making it part of their life. It is time to unfriend that illness, acknowledge the fact that your body may be in pain due to certain sickness. But also acknowledge that you are far greater than that sickness and that you are currently experiencing ill health, but it does not and will not have to be like that forever.
Continue repeating the words, “I am happy and thankful for my good health. I deserve wellness and I experience good health in each cell of my body, always.”
Develop a sincere gratitude to God, or your Higher Being or your guardian angels, and constantly be in thanks for the health that you do have and slowly watch how life changes from pain, to wellness.
Until next time!