The Weekend Revisit Of: The Only True Healer Is You

In this world, there are a lot of things that are beyond our control. But what you do have control over is how you react to whatever happens in your life.

~ Oprah Winfrey

I came across a blog recently that was written by a person with some of the same conditions that I have – heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. The tone of the writing was very angry and bitter towards both the diseases and the establishment.

This person felt as if the doctors were not doing their best to keep them alive. From the tone of the blog it sounded more to me as if the doctors were fed up with the rantings of this individual and just did not want to deal with them anymore. It seemed that everything the doctors suggested for a treatment, this person thought was too risky, but yet still expected doctors to perform a miracle.

I wrote a comment on how I go through my life’s journey with these conditions, and how keeping a positive and hopeful outlook can help the body to concentrate on healing itself. Medicine and doctors alone can only help to heal. Actual healing Itself begins with the belief that the body can heal itself.

The reply I received was long and scathing. The person lambasted me for my “idiotic new age thinking” and “positive mumbo jumbo crap”. The person went on to say that they were fed up with people like me that believed the journey to healing began with hope and positivity. They said that there was no proof that the power of the mind could help heal the body, and further more, what proof did I have that the body could heal itself anyway? They wanted me to give them proof that the body could heal itself and they might consider my way of thinking.

Here is my reply:

“A Scab”

Originally posted JUNE 1, 2012

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ohmygosh! As I was reading this post, I was thinking along the same line as you were about the proof of our body’s self-healing capabilities. Also, the mind has a way of controlling pain in the body as well. I think a lot of it has to do with relaxation which can be difficult for those with long-term illnesses.

    Christine

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    1. Unfortunately many people with long term illnesses are not able to overcome their anger and allow themselves to heal

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  2. Decker says:

    Absolutely perfect response!!!! Best to you

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    1. Thanks!

      Liked by 1 person

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