In this issue of Land of Lights, I would like to share with you healing thoughts and affirmations from the famous author and intuitive Caroline Myss. Let us let our hearts heal with her healing words. Every day, you may choose one of these affirmations to provide yourself with the energy you need for the day. The power is within you. All you need to do is to turn it on.
To Heal Your Heart, Know That:
Day1: “God didn’t create any illness without also creating the remedy.”
Today, view every experience as a blessing and a remedy that serves your well-being. Your healing path already exits within you.
Day2: “Love is like a deep pool that never dries up.”
You have more to give than you realize. The only expectation you should have in giving to others is what you expect of yourself. That’s how you stay replenished.
Day3: “Life is a circle from childhood to childhood.”
‘Childhood to childhood’ means a spiral of new beginnings. Relationships begin anew every day. Give your attention today to renewing a relationship, initiating another spiral of life into a life that you share with someone.
Day4: “Before you can heal others, you first have to heal yourself”
Today, be mindful of how often you judge others. In recognizing why you see others in a negative light, you discover the fears that you need to heal in yourself.
Day5: “Friendliness, compassion, and delight cultivate a calm mind.”
Practive the healing power of a compassionate mind. Open your heart to other people without judgment, and radiate the message of delight at having them in your life.
Day6: “Speak or act with negativity, and pain follows. Speak or act with a pure heart, and happiness follows.”
Be mindful of being positive in all you say and do. Know that each of your thoughts and deeds has the power to heal you – and those around you – so watch them closely without judging.
Day7: “Illness begins in the stomach, and diet is the main remedy.”
Be mindful today of how you nourish you body with healthful food. Feed your spirit with self-respect and self-love, allowing only positive thoughts and feelings to enter your being.
Day8: “Ask for guidance in seeing the truth concealed in your personal challenges.”
Bless you difficulties and ask to see their hidden guidance. Have the courage to accept what you discover and to initiate whatever action your healing requires.
Day9: “Forgiveness means more to God than sacrifice.”
Forgive one person today. Open your heart to that person, and release unnecessary suffering from the past. Feel the peace that follows from this simple act.
Day10: “May your heart sing and you soul rejoice. Experience the wonder of life.”
Celebrate all that is good and blessed about your life, realizing that gratitude is a powerful remedy. Appreciating your blessings increases the vitality of your life force.
Day11: “Resisting change leads to illness. Accepting change brings about peace.”
Embrace the changes in your life. Release what you no longer need, and welcome the seeds of new experience.”
Day12: “Whatever is exposed to the light itself becomes light.”
Invoke Divine Light to shine within you and reach into your shadow areas. Allow the healing power of this Light to dissolve all that wounds your spirit, and so restore your health.
Day13: “The root cause of all disease is a negative attitude about taking care of yourself.”
How do you define “taking care of yourself”? Create a new self-care practice today. Observe your comfort level when it comes to being good to yourself. Discomfort is a wise teacher.
Day14: “To heal illness, begin by restoring balance.”
Today, find ways to create balance in your life. Cast all negativity in a positive light, and let go of any fears that block the flow of vital energy within your body, mind, and spirit.
It is only natural that time is needed to find happiness, peace, balance and harmony in our heart. Yet, we need to take the first step; and then the rest, one after the other, to be able to get there. As Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi said “Patience is the key to joy.”
Wish you days filled with joy and happiness.
Affirmation of the Week:
“As I forgive myself, it becomes easier to forgive others.” By Louise L. Hay
Quote of the Week:
“We have been taught to believe that negative equals realistic and positive equals unrealistic.”
“Who Will Cry When You Die” By Robin Sharma.
The Turkish translation of this book is sold under the name “Sen Ölünce Kim Ağlar?”