Written on 25 September 2018; published on 30 September 2018
- TRANSCRIPTION OF THE SOUNDTRACK
- Changing Standard of Living in America, and Return to Sustainable Living
- Bone Aches and the Metaphor ‘I Can’t Bear It!’
- For the Healer: Devising and Placing a Positive Metaphor in the Injured Body Cells
- On Outfoxing the Prognostic Mind-Set of Western Medical Practitioners
- MORE INFORMATION
Here are a soundtrack and an edited transcription on the topics of the changing standard of living in the United States, on spontaneous healing, and on Western medicine …
TRANSCRIPTION OF THE SOUNDTRACK
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
Changing Standard of Living in America, and Return to Sustainable Living
I was working late tonight, and I listened in on a person who was not feeling very well. He said he had bone cancer, and his concern was that he was not living up to his own expectations with regard to a livelihood.
A lot of people are in that situation right now, because America is turning from a very vibrantly growing economy … which had been agrarian, and then changed to a more industrial and factory and information technology work … all different kinds of work indoors … and with a raised level of living, including everybody moving into their own homes … often single-family … people moving into homes with each generation in a separate home … and lots of electronic equipment, and other kinds of good things that people got, that were a sign to them that we had made progress as a nation.
We are changing now. America is changing. It is coming on a different sort of time now, with a lowering of the general living standard, and a return to hands-on work. Sustainable, subsistence living and the pioneer spirit will do us well, in these days.
And so the feeling that this person has … this person that was feeling physically ill … feeling aches in the body, for instance … is a feeling that many people have today, here in America: That things are not going that well; that things are going downhill.
Things are changing; that is the truth. And they are changing all over America. It is not a specific situation for any one of us; all of us are enduring this change.
Bone Aches and the Metaphor ‘I Can’t Bear It!’
Getting more into the specifics of this particular person, as it turned out, I spoke with his body cells. He said his bones ached. He said he had a diagnosis of bone cancer. I spoke with his body cells, and asked them how they were doing.
What they told me was (in a sad, resigned voice): I can’t bear it!
Apparently this is a saying … a metaphor … that the person in question had been saying to them … or to himself … subconsciously, for a long time. And the bone cells, which bear the weight of the body, took it personally. So they were feeling pretty sick; they were feeling pretty sad … because, as you may know, the body cells exist on Joy .. not on upset and despair and anger, and all those other negative emotions. They exist, and feel healthy, because they feel Joy and love and Light and peace.
For the Healer: Devising and Placing a Positive Metaphor in the Injured Body Cells
As healers, what we have to do, when we come across these metaphors that create physical illness … these subconscious malspeak programs that create illnesses … is to come up with something that turns it around in the other direction … something that uses a similar metaphor, but a positive metaphor. I came up with this one …
I spoke directly to the body cells of the other person, and I said (in a lilting, joyful tone of voice): I bear up perfectly well! I bear up perfectly well!
They were very excited about it; they were joyful about it. They started to say that too: I bear up perfectly well!
And I said: That’s right! You do!
Then I spoke with the person involved, because the person also needs to change the jingle (or you might say, the ‘jingo jingle’ that makes war on the body), the motto, the subconscious malspeak, into what you might call ‘goodspeak’.
So I asked him … since his situation was acute … with every breath, to say: I bear up perfectly well!
And he agreed to write it down. Maybe he will do it!
On Outfoxing the Prognostic Mind-Set of Western Medical Practitioners
The trouble, in this kind of situation, is that Western medicine quite frequently makes a diagnosis and expects a certain result. It is not quick to recognize that the situation has changed.
And yet, amongst patients, the situation changes dramatically, all the time.
It is up to a patient to know when he is getting better; and not to pay so much attention to what the doctors say about it, until they finally realize that this is true.
In this context of a ‘set in concrete’ diagnosis and prognosis (‘prognosis’ is the expected outcome) … it is possible that the attitude of a doctor or a nurse can negatively influence the outcome for a patient, even if the patient is starting to get better.
If, in his heart, the patient feels that this is happening, he needs to place himself in an environment where people are supportive of spontaneous healing. He can still take advantage of all the wonderful things that Western medicine has to offer, but he can absent himself from the malspeak of people in the Western medical profession who are slow to realize that spontaneous healing is taking place. You understand what I mean? …
All right; you all take care. Love you lots. Good luck with spontaneous healings worldwide. I hope it happens now … right this very moment, now!
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
Link: “Iatrogenesis,” in English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iatrogenesis ..
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