Faith. Can it overcome fear?
A month has passed since Sabrina returned from the Budwig Centre in Spain.
My concern was always what happens after that?
She had a great time, felt loved, understood and truly cared for as a human being when she was there.
She was told she was presenting more like a stage 1 than 4 given their tests.
She met others who know about healing without expensive drugs.
She met people who listened to her and congratulated her on how far she had come given her prognosis.
The Doctors hugged her, hugging is part of their healing protocal.
She was, in her words, treated like a princess.
She felt safe there.
Then she returned home.
Back to the external enviroment.
This recreated the internal enviroment of fear and stress.
She lives in a beautiful home with a wonderful loving, supportive dad, that is not the point.
She is till in desperate need of support.
Most people dont trust and believe in the bodys ability to heal, you can feel this.
People have their own busy lives to get on with, they care but can only do so much.
People say things through their fear and their belief systems that strike pain and sorrow into a vulnerable heart.
Every single client I work with has this problem.
Please be very mindful of your words and gestures with people in this position.
Support what they want, not what you believe.
The system does not accommodate people who are trying their best to release the terminal diagnosis and heal themcellves like thousands of others have done.
When you refuse the drugs and surgery, you are left alone to try or die.
There is nowhere for Sabrina and others like her, to get the support that most of us would need to fend off the oppression of a terminal diagnosis.
Nowhere that does not cost a fortune that most of us do not have.
Combine that with the vivid description of the expected dying process, kindly given to her by the oncologist and you need to go some to “not believe”.
I can read Sabrina like a book now.
I observe her ups and downs, even know when they will happen based on what she is eating and doing.
I want to be with her, kind of like a yearning mum does when their sick kid is left at home.
Or like when I dropped Nicol off at nursery and he cries and begs to go with me.
You know the feeling.
I know I can make her feel better, but for now I can only love her across the net, and thank God for the gift of that.
I see her pain through my computer, she has no mum to hold her, no boyfriend or girlfriend to hug her wordlessly.
She is not alone, none of us are, but it feels that way to her and others in these darker moments.
Then the stress overtakes the body, tears come, anxiety and pain come in as the body is flooded with the wrong chemicals and the cells contract tightly creating great discomfort.
It breaks my heart but drives me to seek the solution to this.
Her abdomen has been really swollen, the way it used to be before she came to Wardija.
This has been really getting her down.
It seems to me, that it is the change of diet.
Combined with the enormous amount of detoxing.
This is when it gets hard, you need to be super strong, well educated and knowing to believe that the body is healing, not getting sicker.
This is when people believe you are in denial.
Not understanding that our beliefs are driving our DNA towards our intended outcome.
Most people have no idea of the healing power of our beliefs.
Henry Ford said it.
Whether you believe you can or you can't, you are right.
She has come on miles since we met and is doing all the right things and knows the symptoms may not mean the worst, but it is uncomfortable.
She has had some really difficult days. I told her to email Budwig and get their take on what was happening.
They modified her diet and told her to use the machines, vortex 10 for 3 hours everyday plus her magnets.
She has been confused and as to what rituals to follow, what to eat and too emotionally weak and distressed to see clearly what has to be done.
She went to see a private doctor, and he asked why she did not go back to her own oncologist.
She told him outright, only God has the right to tell me when I will die, not that man.
I am trying everything to live and I do not want any of your negative opinions, please just help me release the swelling in my belly.
The wonderful thing about this man was he made her feel safe.
Wow. Seek out the people who make you feel safe.
She is unbelievable the way she stands up to the oppression and might of the Doctors, she constantly blows me away with how brave she is.
Anyone who has been in that position will know how hard it is, I see it every day.
She needs support but boy is she strong. And she is also super knowledgeable.
Dont get me wrong she has amazing friends and incredible dad who love and support her, but they are all worried about her too.
She needs professional holistic healers to support and mentor her, and possibly a place to go when the going gets really tough and the overwhelm makes her feel like giving up.
She told me last week she wanted to give up, but thought of her time and Wardija, and all the people who have helped her, and she climbs out the depression and sees a tiny glimmer of hope again.
She is a fighter, but she is also a human being.
Fear of death
This is not about not dying, we are all dying in our own unique way.
This is about trying to live. And that is our birthright.
The biggest irony of letting go for healing is when you look at death and release all fear, you heal.
But that is a big ask when you are so low.
She is only 36.
Not many want to die at that age.
We are totally terrified of death and do not even want to say the word, and we are all going to die, it's a real kind of crazy.
Let's ignore it and hope it goes away.
Ultimately we are all going to leave these bodies, so lucky we are not the body.
The crazy thing is we destroy the body.
We torment it with our desperate need for control, approval, security, separation and oneness. With our wishing it was different, trying to figure it all out, heavy judgement, perception of being alone and separate.
With our belief that maybe some time in the future when everything is the way we demand, then we can be happy.
The future never comes.
We only have today. Every single one of us, allegedly terminal or not.
Just for today can we trust?
Just for today can we accept?
Just for today can we surrender?
Just for today can we allow?
The current model
In the current system we have 2 choices when diagnosed terminal or incurable.
What about a 3rd option?
Radical Remission Wards of Hope
A space where you get the opportunity to “try” to live with an all singing and dancing supporting cast.
Lets pull out all the other things that you can do to help yourcellf to have one more day on this planet.
Or to feel better about the days that you may have left, like we all do without thinking.
What about a place that just helps you release fear, fear that has been given to you by a system that is beyond outdated.
What about forgetting about death and focusing on today.
Today is all we will ever have.
To project someones death into a perceived future, with colourful adjectives to help the mind torture the body, is beyond cruel.
It is abuse.
It is also not true or does not need to be if we would just open our minds and our eyes.
Here are some of the blatantly obvious things you can do to help your cellf that are totally ignored in Western medicine.
I am going to quote directly from Kelly Turner PhD's book Radical Remissions.
Go to her site to read about all the people who were told they were going to die by Doctors and Oncologists, and chose not to.
Here are the top 9 things they all did.
Kelly talked and continues to talk to literally thousands of people who have defied the odds.
Why some people heal and defy the odds is not crystal clear, but this is where our energy, attention and focus should be going.
Our collective consciousness HAS to move to solution and away from accepting this is just the way it is.
We are transmitters of energy and we create our reality, individually and collectively.
Disease is out of control.
What do we need to learn?
What is so out of balance when we have so much information, material wealth and possessions?
Why is it so difficult to believe we can heal?
Our health went one way and now it can go back again?
Surely this is a basic concept of physics?
You either believe this
1. We cannot heal and we need other people and drugs to help us. We are separate, individual entities fighting for our lives with no power of our own.
2. We have the power to heal, its innate in each one of us. And we can collectively pull together and put our intention into the Field to help and support each other on this journey. We are one.
Owning your power
I understand the difficulty in moving from, I give my body to the Doctors to heal, to I heal mycellf, I own my power.
How could it possible without training, without education or understanding of biology, chemistry and medicine?
Well it is, choose to believe it or not, that is your prerogative.
Its a massive leap of faith.
A 180 degree shift in understanding.
Healing does not happen out there, it happens in here.
Wow, that is a huge paradigm shift.
Faith heals, not like some magic bolt from the sky but because it changes your genetic expression, your chemistry and therefore you biology.
It changes your story.
You biography becomes your biology.
Plus it's free.
Truly believe it and you will see it.
It's the Law.
Keep the Faith Sabrina, just for today.