Sunday, April 15, 2012
I am delighted that a friend of mine in SP has been spreading the word about the principles of Quantum Healing.
If anyone is interested I am gaining more information and knowledge as I go along.
The specific system I found and practice is not necessarily for everyone, but it is what introduced me to Quantum Healing and the results were so dramatic I can still hardly believe it. I also use the Deepak Chopra books, especially what I think of as a work book, which tells us exactly what to do starting from day 1. The book is called The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.
The principles are the same as those which I am following - the only difference is that in the specific system I am using there is music and guided meditation. I have found this very helpful personally, but it is not necessarily to everyones taste.
It has changed my inner thinking processes and in such a short time, if I had not experienced it myself I would not have believed it possible. I am not sure why it has worked so fast for me - it says that for some people it does, for others it takes longer.
It may well work on a similar process to AA where some people get sober on the first day and stay that way, some stop using the principles required for sobriety and fall by the wayside, but frequently return, while others of us struggle for varying lengths of time before getting the message and learning to stay sober at all. But one thing for sure is if we work that programme we do get sober. The Quantum Healing seems to be the same. The key is actual practice of the principles. Reading about them is comforting, but in order to get results we need to begin putting them into our daily lives consciously.
It does work on eating problems, exercise, health - physical, emotional, mental and many other real life situations.
The thing with the programme is that it seems we need to practice it daily and systematically - in order to get results. I was not even looking for it, it kind of fell into my lap while I was looking for a natural alternative to BP pills. So it was just the right time for me I guess.
But this can work for anyone and everyone who has a deep desire to change some aspect of their life.
The first principle is to start the flow of abundance from within you. Whatever you desire for yourself, whether it be health, wealth or love - start giving it unconditionally to others.
The kind of giving that has no price tag, no desire to get something as a result of the giving. Whether you are poor or wealthy, start giving. This may sound old hat. But I am finding it is true. It seems to be something to do with doing it consciously and with gratitude for all the blessings we already have every day in our lives - no matter what our lives may be like currently.
I have suffered so badly with depression in the past that I could not believe I had anything to be grateful for, but in fact I had so much it is hard to imagine how I could not see it at the time.
Depression tends to make everything look so grey that life just does not seem worth living.
If you feel or have ever felt like that - then this approach might be just the thing that will help you to find a reason and a desire for living.
Giving freely and with joy and blessing each and every person we meet in some way. It may be a smile, a hug, a flower, a prayer, money. Whatever it is - give it with joy and gratitude for the fact that you are able to make someone else's day a little brighter. Give gratitude for the fact that we have the power within us to bless and strengthen other people. Give joy and happiness to others.
There is so much to learn and so much to share. I would love to hear from anyone is interested in willing to put this way of life into practice. Having others on the same path is so helpful for each one of us. We can support and help others. We all need a helping hand every now and then and I know how grateful I am when someone is there to comfort and help set me back on the path when I lose my way.