And to you good day
So I have an autoimmune disease.
It is wonderful
And so I've experienced debilitating severe pain in my body for the last 16 years, which is getting worse.
And I'm done with it
I want it to be healed
And I like your help, and helping figure out...
Well again, the first question usually, energetically speaking is
What have you learned from having that experience that's you might otherwise not have learned
Start acknowledging what you've learned in a positive context
And I've learned to appreciate ability in the body
And since I had it taken away from me
And I learned to appreciate putting healthy things in my body through diet and lifestyle and to try to maintain that optimal wellness.
And stuff like that.
I've learned it's awful having it. And it's difficult
And I prefer not to have it.
Is that what you learned?
I guess I have to dig deeper to really feel into the deeper lessons that I've learned by having it
Then that might be a good thing for you to start with.
Because when you start acknowledging how creating this for yourself has served you in a positive way
Then you will be acknowledging that you learn the lesson
And then the message doesn't have to be delivered in the same way
Do you understand?
Because you're saying I'm willing to get this, I'm willing to learn, without necessarily forcing myself into a situation where I have no other choice
Because I've arrived at a place where I am not giving myself any other choice. But to know these truths for myself as true.
Now I do have one other suggestion for you.
Anything that you have learned from having this experience
Have you in any way shape or form been teaching others who have similar experiences how to gain positive lessons from having it
No, not exactly
What do you mean ‘not exactly’?
While I am in the helping profession, but I don't think I've directly tried to help other people who have chronic pain
Since you are an expert at it
Well, I haven't mastered it. And I haven't overcome it, so I feel
Why do you think you need to overcome it in order to teach how to deal with it?
In fact, what makes you think you won't be a better teacher by still having it
while you are also sharing what you've learned from it that might help someone else?
I just don't feel that I deal with a very well. I feel like I suffer from it.
There are suffering that comes from it
I'm not talking about the physical experience.
We just had a conversation where you've admitted that you have learned some positive things that you otherwise might not of learned by having this experience.
That's the conversation
And while you're having that conversation.
Not that anyone else has to do it that way.
But while you're sharing the possibility, the option that they might be able to turn it around and ask themselves that very interesting introspective question of
Well, if I had this experience
What I have learned what I have learned?
What I know what I know?
What I be the person that I've become?
Maybe, maybe not.
Maybe that's something I really need to look at
By opening up those questions in their mind
By sharing this idea of what you've learned with them
You may find that you will no longer need to experience it that way
And you will overcome it as a process when you are sharing what you have learned from it
Not before you start sharing it
But as part of the process of sharing it
Yes, I think I do
So being of service through my experience would be very important for me
Being of service to others is the best way to be of service to yourself
Because you are contained within the collective.
So when you're willing to support the collective by being your true self as best as you can
You can't be left out.
Do you understand?
You're including yourself in that, paradoxically, by not focusing on yourself
That's how it works
Because then you're out of your way
You've gotten out of your way
And you can let the reflection of what service and help you're giving come back to you
That's the origin of the old phrase ’to help someone, you'll get it back tenfold’ whatever you put out into the universe will come back to you tenfold
Because you're multiplying the opportunities and options for them
Therefore, you also get the multiplication of the opportunity for yourself
And it transforms things
For them, and you
Yes, I see
Giving of yourself
and allowing others to receive what you have is the best way to heal yourself
As well as give them the option to heal themselves
Never hold back your gift
Never hold back your knowledge and learning
Those are the things people are waiting for.
And when you hold them back because you think that what you have to share isn't worthwhile
You are compounding dis-ease in the world
See what we're going?
So lighten your world up.
Give them a better opportunity to change the experience for themselves
By changing the experience for yourself
By using it in the best possible positive way that you can
So that you are no longer ill at ease with yourself
Does that help you
Yes, it does. Thank you.