An important step in achieving any goal is to be around or in contact with people who are successful in that area. Search for and connect with people who have or are healing. Read books, watch videos, join groups and follow people who have healed, who inspire or motivate you.
By Dawn McCrea, diagnosed ALS 2002
I was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) aka Lou Gehrig’s disease in 2002 and I am writing this January 2017, so I’ve spent over 14 years working with alternative and energy healing practitioners, learning how to work with energy and do energy healing myself.
I have used many different techniques and I learned something from each one, but there was no one thing that healed all the issues. So, I created my own practice for healing that works for me.
The first step in my healing practice is knowing that it is possible to heal. I truly believe this belief and the fact that I took continuous action to support my healing are the reasons that I am doing so well.
Years ago, I learned that there were people in my life that thought I was in denial. After being given a diagnosis of ALS (aka Lou Gehrig’s disease), which for most is terminal, instead of worrying about what might happen, I continued living as if I wasn’t going to die…
Even while doctors were trying to figure out what was wrong, I was working with an incredibly supportive group of alternative and energy healing practitioners. I kept trying treatment, supplements and energy healing, I kept the ones that helped, discarded the ones that didn’t and continued to try new ones. I NEVER GAVE UP.
To the extent possible, limit the amount of time you spend with negative people. Unfortunately, we can’t avoid all the negative people and messages, but we can learn to limit the impact they have on us and our attitude. Choose to FOCUS on the positive messages not on the naysayers and negative ones.
When you are experiencing a health issue, life can feel hard or painful. You should feel the pain, maybe cry or throw a pillow, then pick yourself up and change your focus to something positive. Be a “Half-Full” kind of person, be happy for what you can do not frustrated with what you can’t.
This disease is incurable; therefore, I can’t heal.
Is that always true? What if it is not true?
Do people heal from incurable diseases? If you did research on people who have healed from incurable / terminal illness or injury, you would never be done. There are an unlimited number of “miracle” healings.
I hope you find this helpful and I believe that joining the HealingALS website will provide information and inspiration to support your healing
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