Eastern philosophy states: “The worst enemies of man would not wish him the troubles that his own thoughts can bring.”
One of the most famous doctors of antiquity, Avicenna, said: “The doctor has three means in the fight against an illness: a word, a plant, a knife.” Pay attention, the “word” comes first.
In one of the Parisian hospitals, a young psychologist Emily Kya at own risk, referring to the chief doctor, ordered her patients three times a day, aloud or mentally, repeat the same phrase 10 times per day “Every day I feel better and better.” And to repeat it not mechanically, but with feelings! And what do you think? Within a month, the patients of this doctor became the main source of conversations of the medical personnel of the hospital, and then of the whole of France. Surprisingly, but fact, seriously ill patients recovered within a month, some patients even rid of the need for surgical intervention. That is, the conjecture of the great scholar of antiquity, Paracelsus, was confirmed, who claimed that faith can create miracles.
Our health is a direct consequence of our thoughts.
No one doubts that there is a direct connection between the mental and the physical state of individuals. Negative thoughts lead to illness. Everyone should read this! One of the most important psychological laws states: the verbal expression of love, sympathy and admiration strengthens the vitality of the individual to whom it is drawn. And evil and unkind words reduce the energy of the listener.
The total number of illnesses associated with bad thoughts continues to grow steadily. In order to resist them, we must follow the advice of the ancient sages: enjoy life, no matter how difficult it is!
And so, the health, life and destiny of an individual directly depends on his thoughts. If you’re thinking about the good, expect the good. If you’re thinking about the bad, the bad is coming your way. What we constantly think about grows into the belief that this should or can happen. And faith gives birth to such an event. That is why, from this day forth, we begin thinking only about good things, hoping only for the best.
Also, never worry about trifles! Take the two golden rules of an American cardiologist Robert Eliot, a recognized specialist in the prevention of heart attacks and heart failure. Rule one: do not grieve over trifles. Rule two: everything is a trifle.