Three Ways to Keep Reinforcing Your Wellness, Vitality and Resilience!

by LeRoy Malouf

When we are not focused on a specific mental or physical task, our mind often goes to “do” lists, worries, judgments (self and others), or something that keeps us occupied. Many times these are thoughts that our energy goes weak to.

Three ways to focus our thinking that our energy goes strong to are:

1) By feeling and saying to yourself, “Already healed. Already done.”

This is the essence of what three Chinese practitioners are feeling and saying as they work on removing a tumor from a client in three minutes!

Gregg Braden, an alternative health practitioner, is observing the process through a scan that is showing the tumor disappearing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmMNlmn1DPc

2) By repeating, “Every little cell in my body is happy. Every little cell in my body is well.”

This is part of a song that was first created in German by Clemens Kuby, a man who survived a 50-foot fall in the early 1980s, that shattered his 2nd lumbar vertebrae. He was told he would be a paraplegic for life. Clemens did not accept this “diagnosis”. He walked again in less than a year, and still does. It is an amazing recovery because science still can’t explain it. It’s not in the medical books because it’s not logical. Clemens Kuby still has a shattered 2nd vertebrae. Today he holds regular workshops in Germany on the power of self-healing. The full song is:

Every little cell in my body is happy.
Every little cell in my body is well.
Every little cell in my body is happy.
Every little cell in my body is well.
Feel so good. Feel so swell.
Every little cell in my body is well
Feel so good. Feel so swell.
Every little cell in my body is well.

3) By affirming/expressing to ourselves, “Thank you, I love you! I love you, thank you!”

Dr. Hew Len, a Hawaiian shaman, developed a process called Ho’oponopono. It is a way of loving and accepting ourselves exactly the way we are, right now! He observes that when something about someone else bothers us, they are being a mirror for us, reflecting what bothers us about ourselves. That is, when we are bothered by or reacting to something outside of ourselves, it is a clue for us to to find and accept that same thing in ourselves. We look for where/how/when we said/thought/did the very same thing that is bothering us. We then focus on loving and accepting ourselves for the very same thing. It is as simple as expressing love to ourselves.

A more detailed description can be found HERE.

Thus, by regularly shifting to these three thought patterns, we shift our feelings and perceptions from what weakens us to what strengthens us. By stating them in present tense terms, we affirm and support wellness within us.