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Love and hate are choices. You can love your body, or hate cancer. You cannot do both. By hating cancer, you’re attacking your body – and for now, cancer is in your body, finding it’s way out. Support it in leaving your body. Said another way, if we fight for something, we have to fight to keep it. Allow health. Don’t fight for it.
This isn’t to take a blind eye or Pollyanna view on cancer, but to remind ourselves it’s all energy. If we pour “bad” energy (feelings, thoughts, talk, and actions) over ourselves and cancer, we’ve added mud to a glass of water. If we pour “good” energy (feelings, thoughts, talk, and actions) over ourselves and cancer, we’ve added water to the mud—diluting it. That doesn’t mean our thoughts or words alone will heal us. Life responds to our vibration, not our words; otherwise, we’d see a lot more millionaires and truly loving relationships from all those workshops and seminars teaching affirmations. I’m a fan of affirmations, but I’m saying words alone don’t to it. The process of water diluting mud can be messy, but once the muddy water rises up and over the top of the glass, there’s less mud to deal with every time we add fresh water and we progress to further health. It’s work to shift your vibration. It’s also worth it. Ask yourself two questions:
- Is your glass half empty, or half full?
- What’s in your glass?