We are what we think and believe

Avicenna, one of the most renowned healers of the antiquity, used to say : „A doctor has three ways to fight the diseases – the word, the plant and the knife”.

Have you noticed? The word is the doctor’s first choice.

Emily Kyao, a psychologist who worked in a hospital in Paris, forced his pacients to repeat (silently or aloud ), ten times the following phrase: „Every day I feel better and better”, three times a day . What do you think the outcome was? Even the seriously ill pacients got well and the ones who needed to be operated on did not need any intervention after one month of practicing the mental exercise.

Our health condition is a consequence of the way we think.

Nobody denies the direct connection between our mental state and the physical condition.

If you think of the worst , you will get ill.

One of the most important laws in psychology says : The verbal expression of love, empathy and admiration intensifies the vital energy of the listener, while the bad words diminish the listener’s energy.

The total number of illnesses associated with ill thinking continues to grow.

In order to face them, we should follow the advice of the wise men of the antique world: ” Enjoy life no matter how hard it may be!”

Therefore, one’s health, life and destiny depend directly on one’s thoughts.

You think positively – expect the good.

You think of the bad happening – the bad will happen.

photo – the internet

What we permanently think of, becomes conviction that this thing should or may happen and this belief leads to a particular event.

In conclusion, think only of good things, hoping for the better.

And never worry about insignificant things ! Take into consideration two rules of Robert Eliot – an American cardiologist:

Rule 1 : Do not get upset over unimportant things.

Rule 2 : All things are insignificant.

The source – the internet

Cristina David