The Power of Positivity & Forgiveness – Part…

Video Transcript: The Power of Positivity & Forgiveness – Part 2

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In order to heal, you need to develop goals and positive attitudes so you dwell on the positive. Visualize great help daily, not just now and then but visualize it daily, and not just today but visualize yourself healthy a year from now, five years from now, 10 years from now, 20 years from now, 30 years from now, 40 years from now. Take it out at least 120, right? Or, if you want to live longer than that, longer than that. The visualization helps you to grab ahold of that reality and pull yourself forward into that reality.

Forgive yourself and others. One of the most common things that I see mentally and emotionally in patients that have cancer and other chronic disease is unforgiveness towards self, and then secondarily towards others. So, a lot of people say, “Well, what they did to me is not forgivable.” I say, “Okay, well if you hold onto the anger are you hurting them?” “No.” I say, “If you hold onto the anger, are you hurting you?” “Yes.” “Well, when do you want to stop hurting you?” That’s what it comes down to.

Let go of guilt and feelings of worthlessness. Those are also very common causes of cancer and other chronic diseases. Meditative prayer, EVOX, emotion code, EZOV drops, that’s from NutraMedix company, journaling, all help the patient to resolve issues. If the patient’s a child then the parent can do a lot of that stuff for the child and get a benefit. Make sure that if you do that for the child that at night after they go to sleep you talk to them after they go to sleep as if they’re still awake, but they’re asleep, and they can hear what you’re saying at a subconscious level, and by the next day they’re better. Recall healing is name it, claim it, and dump it. Again, the parent could do that for the child.

Avoid negative thoughts and words from doctors. Cast them out like demons. Choose not to take on the victim mentality, and never say or think that healing is not possible. The nighttime journaling is extremely powerful. You first take out a piece of paper and you write quickly everything that happened that day that you never want to think about again and you tear it up in little pieces and throw it in the trash. Then, you take out your lined notebook and you write on the top line, day of the week, day of the month, month and year and then start writing in great detail everything that happened that day that was good, things that you do want to remember in the future.

On a day when you’re having a bad day you go find your diary and you go look back at some of the previous entries and you say, “Oh, I didn’t remember that, I didn’t remember that,” all those good things that happened we forget quickly. We remember forever the bad stuff, right? But, we can change that by dumping out the no’s every night, and building up the yes’s in our body every night. Good plan.

If life deals you lemons then make lemonade. That’s the visualization part. Identifying and resolving old traumas and beliefs will cause the release of physical toxins, as I said, and that will cause the release of microbes, and that will cause the release of the chronic disease and the inflammation. Forgive others and self. The most restrictive of all emotions is anger, especially towards self. The first thing that happens after you start being angry toward yourself is allergies, and then after that autoimmune disease, and then after that cancer. When you’re getting rid of all that stuff you go through that reverse vicariation they call it, so you go from cancer, to autoimmunity, autoimmunity to allergies, and finally back to health.

You know what causes disease? The gallbladder and the bile ducts. The neck, if you have neck pain, is very likely unresolved anger. If you have trouble with your eyes, very likely trouble with anger, unresolved. Headaches very commonly also, especially those that come up to the back of the head. Protracted anger causes hard-heartedness and heart disease.

Positivity & Forgiveness - Quote by Dr. Lee Cowden

One of the best ways to get rid of all that is visualization raging. With visualization raging you close your eyes, preferably in a place where you’re not going to be distracted by somebody else, or you’re not going to disturb anybody else. Close your eyes and you see the first person that every angered you that’s not related to you. It could be the first boyfriend, or girlfriend, that jilted you. It could be the first teacher that humiliated you in front of a class, whatever, somebody back there. Once you can see their face you shout whatever comes to your mind. This is not about judging what you’re shouting, this is about getting the raw emotion of anger out so that you can, eventually, completely forgive. The raw emotion of anger often keeps us from completely permanently forgiving. Again, anger is an emotion. Unforgiveness is a spiritual issue. You want to get rid of both anger and unforgiveness in order to get well.

So, once you finish shouting everything that you can shout about at the first person, then you see the second person, then the third, and the fourth, and you’re working your way toward the distant relatives, then the closest relatives, and then finally self is the last person you shout at. When you’re shouting at parents you have to picture them at young ages and the first time you were angry at them. See them at that age and shout whatever comes to mind about that event, and then the next stage, and the next stage, and the next stage. Same thing for yourself. You see yourself in a mirror at a very young age and you shout at yourself about what happened at that age and then a little older, a little older, a little older till the present time.

Then, when you’re forgiving you forgive yourself first at each of those ages. Then you forgive your parents next at all of their ages. Then you forgive all the other relatives at all their ages, and then all the way back to the first person that you shouted at. If you’re a believer in the Creator, then the last thing you do is say, “Creator, God, I’m sorry for the anger and frustration I’ve had towards myself and all these others. Please forgive me for that. Please replace the roots of anger and frustration in me with your love, joy, and peace.” It’s a three-part process, shout. Shout, shout, shout, shout. Forgive. Forgive, forgive, forgive, and ask forgiveness from the Creator.