In the East they say: "The worst enemies of man would not wish him the troubles that his own thoughts can bring him."
âOne of the most famous ancient healers Avicenna said: "The doctor has three means in the fight against the disease - the word, plant, knife."
Please note - the word comes first.
At a Paris hospital, the young psychologist Emily Ky, at her own peril and risk, ordered her patients to repeat aloud or mentally this phrase every day: "I feel better and better every day." And to repeat this not just mechanically, but as vividly as possible. Within a month, her patients became the main source of conversations of the medical staff in the hospital, and then throughout the whole France.
Surprisingly, it is a fact: seriously ill patients recovered within a month, and some patients who needed surgical intervention recovered as well
The great scientist of antiquity Paracelsus, who claimed that faith works miracles, was right.
Our health is a direct consequence of our thinking.
There is a direct connection between the mental and physical condition a person.
âThe best protection against all illnesses, from any infection is a firm belief in oneâs own health and positive emotions,â says Andrey Metelsky, a psychotherapist with over twenty years of experience. - "Negative thoughts destroy our immune system. For example, anger causes diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Resentment over time leads to diseases of the liver, pancreas, cholecystitis . "
One of the most important psychological laws says: verbal expression of love, sympathy and admiration enhances the vital energy of the person to whom it is addressed. And evil and unkind words reduce the energy of the listener.
The total number of diseases associated with bad thoughts continues to grow steadily.
To confront them, you must follow the advice of the ancient sages - to enjoy life, no matter how hard it is!
A personâs health, life and destiny are directly dependent on his or her thoughts.
âIf you think about the good, wait for the good.
If you think about the bad, you will get the bad. What we constantly think about, grows into the belief that this should or may happen. And this faith gives rise to an event ...
That is why from today you should start thinking only about the good, hope only for the best.
Never worry about anything!
Let's take into account the two golden rules of the American cardiologist Robert Eliot, a recognized specialist in the prevention of heart attacks and heart failure.
Rule one: Do not worry about trifles.
Rule two: All worry is nonsense.
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