What is Healing?
There are a lot of definitions of healing, maybe some of them work for you and maybe some don’t.
But what if healing is as individual as you are?
Healing can mean that the symptoms of disease are gone or that the tensions that have run our lives have been replaced by ease.
But healing can also include a peaceful death or an acceptance of the fact that we live in bodies that are not meant to last.
And most of all, what does healing mean to you?
To really claim the power, the wholeness of the word we have to create our own definition.
Here are seven things we can do that allow for healing to occur.
What Allows for True Healing?
- Give up demanding that the situation in your body or the situation around you be the way you want it to be. When we demand we create obstacles for what is possible.
- Make friends with what seems to be the enemy, be it cancer or poverty. Having a war against anything especially in our bodies always makes more of a mess.
- Accept what is happening will allow the miraculous to happen and create the space for real change to show up.
- Be curious and wonder about what is not only possible, but about what the healing opportunity is telling you. There is much we can learn as we heal.
- Notice. Awareness is curative. When we become curious, we bring our awareness to what is present. The act of observation changes both the observed and the observer.
- Attend to all the layers of life, physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental. To heal from anything requires attention to the multiple layers of life.
- Create your own definition of healing; don’t try to live from someone else’s definition. To make healing really work for us we have to claim it as our own.
What does healing mean for you? Would you like to create your own definition of what healing is? We’d love to help you Get Started.
And if you are wondering if healing is possible for you, sometimes we need to be reminded that it’s our birthright.
Healing is your Birthright