Just think of how often the word ‘sick’ is used. ‘They make me ‘sick!’, ‘The weather makes me ‘sick!’; ‘I’m ‘sick’ of being treated like dirt!’, ‘I’m ‘sick’ of my job!’ ‘That food is enough to make any body ‘sick!’, ‘The mere thought of it makes me ‘sick!’
It’s no wonder that there is so much sickness on this planet – every time the body is fed with these sickening notions it reluctantly takes them on board. Words once uttered are an incredibly powerful force having an extremely profound impact. Like a boomerang the target is the source – the more forcefully it is dished out, the more intensely it comes back – and that’s enough to make anybody sick!
Being ‘sick’ is the body’s way of getting attention to what is upsetting it so something worthwhile is done to make things better. Rather than bemoaning this self-inflicted predicament, rejoice at having a fantastic opportunity to get better at participating in the human race – the winners being those courageous enough to stand out and be unique!
The trick is to know what the body is saying in order to know exactly what is going on at a much deeper level – then work out what to do about it!
Remember those terrible moments of feeling humiliated, crushed and devastated in the aftermath of cruel, harsh comments that go the very core – leaving the Soul feeling inexplicably flat, extremely demotivated and unusually distressed? Think now of the delicious feelings evoked by kind words that have the propensity to elate flagging spirits – even to boost a battered self-esteem.
So take time to under-stand why – for example – the body gets ‘sick to the stomach’. Once the ‘history’– the ‘hi’-‘STORY’ – of prior events are uncovered the answers are surprisingly simple and the solutions may simply require a nice healthy dose of common sense!