At the beginning of the week, I was struck by dizziness and ferocious headaches. Then, I held five episodes on my Gab with the Gurus Radio Show about gratitude with 21 amazing experts. Get details about the shows here.
In addition, I saw my wonderful acupuncturist for the sixth time. (I call him my "miracle worker."
Plus, I kept repeating this affirmation recommended by the renowned, inspirational, self-help author Louise Hay to use whenever there is a problem. I've been saying over and over again, as she suggests:
"All is well. Everything is working out for my highest good. Out of this experience, only good will come and I am safe."
Now, here I am at the end of the week able to begin exercising again. I've been on doctor-ordered rest for a while, which meant "no exercising." (Ugh! Something that's been a challenge.)
Granted, now I'm pooped out big time — I even had to take some stops along the way to rest — my head is now throbbing, aching, hurting and I need to lie down — but I suspect that I'm feeling better because :
- I've been expressing gratitude a lot
- I've been very focused on gratitude all week because of my five radio shows
- I've been stating the affirmations Louise Hay recommends
- I've been seeing my acupuncturist.
- I've been listening over and over again to a healing download from my hypnotist friend Debra Berndt.
What do you think? Why do I feel better?
And have you ever relied on gratitude to get you out of pain or a mess?
P.S. I just finished lying down, falling asleep while listening to my healing download, and my head is only mildly achy! How exciting!
All I can say is I highly recommend that you try my five-pronged approach when you're in emotional or physical pain.