Spiritual Transformation for a healthier today and all your tomorrows
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
(Arthur Richmond 1947)
Inspiring words, I’m sure you will agree, however I have met many sceptics over the years, including myself who believed otherwise, for a long time.
I was brought up to think that only hard work makes your dreams come true.
However my life experiences have proven to me that dreams do come true, that if you believe it is possible then possibility manifests in ways that you never thought could happen. Spiritual transformation happens deep within you, when you believe you are capable, its possible and you deserve it.
I have worked with many clients, over the years, and have come to believe that one of the biggest cause of dis-ease in the system, is a disbelief in oneself, we can find ourselves stuck in memories of the past, especially the hurtful memories, keeping us locked within the emotions, that were stirred up way back then, which can manifest into numerous mental and physical conditions thus inhibiting our ability for spiritual transformation.
Observing Spiritual Transformation in others
I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Master NLP Practitioner.
When a client sits in front of me, I look into their eyes and check for the sparkle and a lot of the time their eyes are dead, their complexion is dull, there is no vibrancy about them, I notice the colours they are wearing, how they have entered the room, their posture, the energy that they bring in with them!
My sons laugh at me, as one of my sayings after working with a client is.”They have got the sparkle back in their eyes”
But for me seeing this in others makes me aware that the seeds of spiritual transformation have begun to take root, and will come to fruition in their lives in the most delightful way. I do actually see the sparkle return.
I believe that “What the mind suppresses the body expresses.”
I have found that many of us are trying to move on with our lives, but on some level are unable to get very far before some life event can catapult us into depression and then a whole load of symptoms begin to emerge, such as insomnia, IBS, headaches, fatigue, aches and pains for no apparent reason, stress, mental breakdown, leaving us feeling confused and disorientated and stuck.
Old patterns of behaviour repeating, causing the same old problems in our life, and when we are in the depth of this, inspirational words do very little to uplift our flagging spirits.
We may choose to seek medical advice first, when more often than not we will receive some drug to take away the symptoms, and help us get through this difficult time, which they usually do for a short while, some of us do bounce back, we may feel a little better and start to get on with our life again, but some of us are not that strong and it can take just the smallest of life events to happen and the cycle begins all over again. Round and round we go on this cycle of destruction, the drugs get stronger and instead of us becoming stronger, we become more vulnerable, and can become reliant on the medication, just to keep us functioning robotically, to get through the days and nights, this is called existing, not my idea of living. The effects of the medication in a lot of cases can produce more symptoms, which in turn need even more medication.
I witnessed this with a member of our family.
I observed my father-in-law’s health deteriorate after the death of his wife, my lovely mother-in-law, I had never known him to be poorly or on any medication then suddenly he started to have many symptoms of illness, depression, sleeplessness, constipation, headaches, pains in all of his joints, stomach pain, heart problems……..do I need to go, on you name it, he was suffering from it, and was on more and more medication.
He was taking 30 tablets a day for numerous illnesses, thinking, and being reassured by his doctor, that these tablets were keeping him alive. Over the next couple of years his illnesses overwhelmed him, his body could take no more and he dropped down dead.
Now it might sound like I am having a go at the medical profession, but I can assure you that is not my intent, they do a wonderful job in a lot of cases, however their time with each patient is limited, and they can overlook, symptoms, as they don’t get long enough to ask all of the relevant questions to complete the overall picture, such as ….
What is and has been going on in the individual’s life when the disease manifested?
What life events are going on that could be contributing to the state of health?
We are looking outside of ourselves for the answers, when all of the time the answers are stored deep in our unconscious mind, the dis-ease is the alarm going off in the body letting you know consciously that there is an issue or issues that need addressing.
It all comes down to personal responsibility, and how you decide to handle this very delicate balance between mind, body and soul, and there are many different routes you can opt for, but I believe that we have to start with some inner reflection work.
Some questions I would recommend you ask ourselves, keep it context related.
What decisions have you made in the past, which have influenced you on the path you are now on?
What is within your power to change?
Where are you in your life now, how did you get there?
What decisions do you need to make?
What decisions have you been avoiding?
What will happen if you make those decisions?
What will happen if you don’t make those decisions?
What won’t happen if you do make the decisions?
How does that make you feel?
Hard hitting questions,I know, but when you take the time to ask yourself, you may be surprised at how much more clearer your thoughts become.
When we create peace, harmony and balance in our minds, we will find peace in our lives.
Disease will manifest in our lives when we are out of rapport with ourselves, we have to contribute to our own wellbeing. Our own spiritual transformation begins with recognizing the self. Who are you?
It is not anyone else’s job. The pills will only give temporary relief, and if you want a healthier body and mind you have to start playing more in the game of life , stop taking yourself so seriously and live.
Stop taking life so seriously and allow Spiritual transformation to transform your perspective
The best prescription I can give you is have a good belly laugh every day and as often as you can, you can never overdose on laughter!
How you go about this is down to your individual personal choice, you may find it useful to research what is out there and see what feels right for you, on your unique Spiritual Transformational journey and experience for yourself Spiritual transformation God Bless