I stopped living

 

Living?

Okay so you have cancer, or diabetes, or ME, or colitis or… Does that mean you have to stop living? We could pussy foot around or we can get to the bones of it and start the change now. if you wanna pussy foot around please don’t read this article, it is not for you and will not contribute to you. If you are at that point where you have made a demand that this is going to change and that you are willing to to do what ever it takes, them buckle your seat belt I am going to ask you a question that you are not expecting.

“When did decided that you didn’t want to live any more?” Was it when you lost your leg? Was it when your spouse walked out on you. Was your business your life? Did your son or daughter die before you?

Now before you read on just be aware of the energy that brought up.  Are you angry, are you pissed off, are you depressed by that question? Or are going “OMG” right now. Either way it does not matter. What I would like you to perceive  is that energy.

When we have  a disease the one thing we rarely question is the energy.

It is that old resistance or agreement thing, either way if you resist or agree with something you create more of that reality, in this case disease.

Ask that question of your self again “When did you decided you didn’t want to live any more?” Now take take that decision, or the energy of it, find a toilet and flush it! Now before you even finish reading.

Cool, that is a lot lighter. Now look at the things that you used to do that were fun for you before you made that decision. May be it was fishing with your son, but your son is no longer around, or may be it was going to the movies with your wife but she left you. When you stop doing the things you love beacuse that person or thing is no longer there that is when you stop living.

So, your task is now to find some things that you like to do. Ask your body “Body what would be fun for you?” and then see what starts to come up over the next few days.

I would truly love to here from you.

One thought on “I stopped living”

  1. I always appreciate a great article or piece of writing. Thanks for the contribution.

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