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The First Step towards Healing
Created on: 2023-09-14
Modified on: 2023-10-31
If you're chronically ill in some way - what is the the first step towards recovery - the very first step? Here's an anecdote from decades ago.
My first job after leaving uni was with a tech firm, and the boss, a young entrepreneur, told us a story. He'd had some problem with his knees. In his words, "The quacks said there was nothing that could be done, I'd get worse and worse, and in a few years time I'd be in a wheelchair." He didn't accept that, so looked for an alternative healer. He found a good one, who fixed him up, and when he told us this story he had no mobility problem at all. Shortly after this, about half of the company, including the boss, joined a kickboxing club. He had no problem there either. I stayed with the company for 2 or 3 years, then moved on. About ten years later, I bumped into my former boss by chance, and we caught up briefly. He'd got bored of the kickboxing, but was still physically well and active, and he'd been extremely successful in his business. What's the lesson? The very first step in healing is to be open to the possibility of healing. The next step is to seek it. Don't give up at the first hurdle. Be ambitious.
I see a parallel between the entrepreneur's success in business and his success in keeping his mobility. Many people, when they face an obstacle, give up right away. Entrepreneurs don't give up so easily. If one approach doesn't work, they seek another, and they are driven to success. Not everyone's driven to be a businessman or woman, but I think most people want to be healthy. When this entrepreneur was told there was no hope, and he was doomed to a wheelchair fairly soon, that was his obstacle, in health. He didn't accept that, he found a better way, and it all worked out.
If you're dealing with health issues, why settle for poor health? Be open to the possibility of profound healing. Be ambitious. Be driven in pursuit of your health. You don't know what's possible until you look into it. And there's a lot more that's possible than more than 90% of people realize. So keep searching til you find a solution. This is what I had to do when my own health collapsed. It took me years to find the right mentors, and then taking action, to recover. And with the right guidance, you can skip those years of searching.
I hope this is useful. Any thoughts, please comment or message me, and for guidance and support on healing, go to Healing Truths.org. Thank you.
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