Wednesday, November 10, 2021

How to treat stubborn diseases? Aches, Anaemia, Chronic Pain, Itching?

How to treat stubborn diseases? Aches, Anaemia, Chronic Pain, Itching? Treat such psychosomatic diseases by Therapeutic Thinking! Jyotindra Zaveri: The root cause of stubborn diseases could be psychological. Thought and belief can create our future. People are suffering from self-hatred and guilt. Subscribe We need to learn to be fearless, and I mean irrational fear. Many times people are creating illness in the body by thinking wrong. Even so-called stubborn diseases can be dissolved by releasing resentment. Kirti: What do you mean by resentment? JZ: It is a feeling of anger because one is forced to accept something they do not like. To treat stubborn diseases, one must learn to drain out that deep emotional tension inside the subconscious mind. K: Let us take a few examples of diseases that the scientific meditation technique can treat. How to be free from Aches? JZ: The root cause of Aches is longing for love. I suggest Therapeutic thinking after the usual relaxation and perception of breathing steps. After the psychic colour meditation. The positive affirmation I recommend is, “I love and approve of myself. I am loving and lovable. I have the inner power to be perfect”. K: What must be the duration of meditation practice? JZ: Normal duration is 48 minutes of mediation that include all eleven steps. Plus, various breathing exercises for 12 minutes. K: So, viewers, the plan is to invest in yourself for about one hour every day. To be healthy and happy. What about Anaemia? JZ: Along with medication, do meditation also. Do not deny yourself joy and love. The heart must pump the blood happily. Keep it healthy and happy by following a proper nourishing diet and regular exercise. The root cause of Anemia is YES BUT attitude. Lack of joy. Fear of life. Not feeling good enough. Therapeutic thinking. I suggest giving a positive thought pattern. “It is safe for me to experience joy in every areal of my life. I love life”. I am fearless. By the way, laughing is the best medicine. One can prevent lots of health problems just by laughing aloud. K: Tell us about Chronic Pain. JZ: Pain of any sort is an indication of guilt. Guilt seeks punishment. And punishment creates pain. Chronic pain comes from chronic guilt or shame. Guilt is a useless emotion. It never makes anyone feel better, nor does it change a situation. Anupreksh or the contemplation I suggest: I lovingly release the past. Everyone is free, and I am also free. All is well. I have apologised. And more importantly, I forgive and forget. I now look forward to enjoying my new life. I am willing to change. K: Let us take one last problem. Itching. JZ: Itching is an irritating and uncontrollable sensation that makes one want to scratch to relieve the feeling. Here we are not talking about insect bites or stings. Now how to overcome? Therapeutic thinking: “I am at peace just where I am. I accept myself. My need and achievable goals will be reached. I look forward to a bright future. K: Along with medication, we should also add meditation. Some physicians have realised that many diseases are psychosomatic. And therefore, it is a good idea to prescribe meditation also. Learn to think in positive affirmations. Negative affirmations only create more of what you say you don’t want. JZ: Yes, simple example, saying I hate my job will get you nowhere. Instead, say, I now accept a fantastic new job. K: in conclusion, we say we need to continuously make positive statements about how we want our life to be. JZ: Here, I would like to add, always say the affirmation thoughts in present tense or as if you have achieved your goal. Not in the future tense. Let your subconscious mind know your goal, visualise as if you are achieving it or achieved it. Join Alternative Medicine LINKEDIN Group Follow LINKEDIN Page Scientific Meditation to get updates Meditation related social media sites, free learning resources: #PsychosomaticDisorder #Aches #Anaemia #ChronicPain #Itching? #Causes #Symptoms #Treatments #emotionalhealth #yoga #prnayam #scientificmeditation #energisemind #energisebody #subconsciousmind #goals #jyotindrazaveri #innerpower #innerstrength #jyotisocial #onlinetraining #trainer #mindfulness #meditation

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