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The Inner Ally Program --- Cultivating a Love You Can Depend On

If there’s one thing I know, it is that each of us needs to befriend ourselves. Physical life will undoubtably be laden with both the “good” and the “bad,” the ups and the downs, the coming together and the falling apart of things. You may think that through studying spiritualism that you’ve got one up on life, but in actuality, none of us knows what tomorrow will bring and it has the potential to bring us to our knees. So what can we do? How do we learn to live with this uncertainty? 

Well, we can accept it, and best to, because it’s going to come down anyway, however, how we greet it, and especially how we treat ourselves as we are going through it, is of optimal importance. When the shit hits the fan, are you your own best friend or your own worst enemy? For example, when you stub your toe, how do you react? 

I believe that it is important to become introspective in order to explore the inner voice that is most prevalent in you. In most cases, this voice was  trained when you were very young and responds out of life long habits, many of which are more critical in nature than supportive. 

Meditation is probably the best way to glimpse your thoughts because you can step back from being right in the middle of inside them, and view them from the witness perspective. However, if you are not inclined to meditate, just pay attention to how you react internally to events throughout your day. We are constantly writing scrips, approving or disapproving of ourselves or others, comparing, planning, criticizing, and downright dissecting everything mentally through own own specialized lenses….and then we wonder why we have a headache! 

The first step in The Inner Ally Program is to start observing the internal dialogue that you keep running inside yourself. Pay attention to your reactions to the little things that come up throughout any given day with this question in mind: In this moment am I being my own best friend or foe? Is my voice loving and supportive or critical and destructive in nature? 

 

What I have learned is that although we cannot control all the events that take place around us, we can, by observing ourselves, learn to recognize and challenge habits of a lifetime that are not in our best interests. Habitual ways of thinking that are not in our best interest, can be disrupted and overthrown. 

YOUR INNER ALLY --- CULTIVATING A LOVE YOU CAN DEPEND ON --- THE WORKBOOK

posted Jul 21, 2013, 2:39 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Jan 21, 2014, 9:16 AM ]

We all know that even with the best intentions, the sincerest prayers and the most careful planning, that nothing is guaranteed to us. Any of us who have been to the funeral of one or more of our children know that things can happen in this life that bring enormous suffering. Whether you believe the cause to be an act of God, a “soul choice” or just your rotten luck, the suffering is unavoidable and your challenge will be to find a way to live with it.

Whether your losses are related to loved ones, finances or health, no one likes loss and although we are told that there is a great lesson to be learned from suffering, we would all gladly pass on the experience. However, when you open your front door to find loss in any form waiting there to greet you, you have no choice but to face it and all that comes with it.

These things do happen, so I am not talking about finding a way to avoid them. But there is one area where you can create some wiggle room for yourself and that has everything to do with how you meet, greet and treat yourself as you face the day-to-day events of your life.

YOUR INNER ALLY —- CULTIVATING A LOVE YOU CAN DEPEND ON —- THE WORKBOOK

                                        STEP ONE —- The Question

(If possible purchase a journal or find some paper. To fulfill all the steps in The Inner Ally Program, it will be helpful to have something to write on).

On the first page of your Inner Ally Journal write down the following question:

In the midst of a problem, would you say that you are a warm, compassionate ally to yourself, a harsh critic or something in between?

Think back to your responses to yourself when you have been in difficult situations in your life.  Write down what comes to mind in terms of the kind of voice and attitude that surfaces in you when you are frightened or upset. Would you describe the inner voice you hear as a friend, a foe or something in between.

This is very important, so take your time. You don’t have to show this to anyone, so be honest with yourself because nothing can be changed until it is seen. The first step to making any change in yourself comes from introspection and insight.

 

                                                STEP TW0---THE EMOTIONAL TIMELINE

By now, I will assume that you have given this matter some thought.

Take out your Inner Ally Journal and on the top of page 2, draw a line like this:

Friend ---------------------------------------------Something-in-between----------------------------------------------Foe

Mark the place on that timeline where you would honestly place yourself. Remember we are talking about the way you treat yourself, especially when you are going through a difficult time.

If you have placed yourself close to “friend,” then close the journal because you are exactly where you need to be, but if you place anywhere on the emotional timeline that is more compromising, then let’s get on with it.

 

 

STEP THREE---EXAMINING THE QUALITIES INHERENT IN AN IDEAL BEST FRIEND RELATIONSHIP

Can you imagine what it would feel like if you treated yourself as if you were your own best friend?

Write the answers to the following questions in your journal:

A best friend listens

A best friend is someone who will listen to you while you pour your heart out expressing your innermost feelings.

Do you listen to yourself and allow yourself to feel all your own feelings?


A best friend lets you be yourself

One of the greatest things about good friends is being able to relax and just be your normal self around them. If you gain or lose ten pounds, it doesn’t change the affection your friends have for you.

Are you equally accepting of yourself? Do you accept yourself just as you are or do you compare yourself to others and feel inadequate? Do you ever try to change who you are in order to fit in?

 

A best friend is loving and loyal

If your best friend needed help, you would be there in a flash. If someone lied about your best friend behind her back, you would defend her reputation. If your best friend had a bad day, you would cheer her up and remind her that better days are ahead.

Do you treat yourself with the same level of love, care and attention?


A best friend gives you honest advice without beating you up

A best friend will give you honest advice. She will not make up lies for you, but in a kind way will try to point you in the right direction.

The classic question is: “Do these pants make my butt look big?” A best friend will say, “I’m sorry, honey, but this is not the best look for you. Let’s move on - obviously this designer does not understand what real women need!”

A best friend will not lie to you but neither will a best friend diminish or shame you.

When you have to tell yourself a hard truth, can you find a way to do it without beating yourself up?


A best friend gives you treats for no reason!

Recently one of my dearest friends sent me a surprise package with a silly gift that made me laugh and laugh. Life is not about pleasure alone, but pleasure is important and often overlooked. Today we know that happy feelings, pleasurable sensations, joyful moments, and a positive attitude are important for the health of your body.

Do you ever treat yourself to a special gift for no reason?

 

A best friend is your biggest cheerleader!

Would you say to your best friend, “Why bother? You know you’ll never make it work anyway”?

Best friends do not discourage you. On the contrary, they encourage you and speak positively about you and always help you to move in a forward direction.

Do you inspire and encourage yourself? Do you give  yourself positive reinforcement?

 

A best friend does not judge you harshly

We are all human, which means that none of us are perfect and that we all make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are small ones, other times they are big, but we all make them.

Best friends will not judge you when you make a mistake. They will stand by your side, try to help you find a solution to the problem, and give you comfort to the best of their ability.

When you make a mistake do you stand by your own side or do you judge yourself harshly?

 

 

                                                     STEP FOUR

The First Focused Breathing Exercise: Observing Your Thoughts

The ability to witness the workings of your mind is a great tool. Until you can step back from your thoughts and observe them, it is difficult to be objective about them. It may be that you own personal thoughts are making you unhappy and yet you are unaware of this. 

Many of our ways of thinking are habitual and began when we were very young. Acquired from the people who raised us, much of it is unexamined and limiting, if not detrimental.

The following breathing meditation will allow you to step back from inside your thoughts and simply observe them. Where in the past you would think a thought and then react to it, now you will be able to simply observe the thought.

 Focused Breathing Exercise #1

1. Start by finding a quiet place where you can sit or lie comfortably. Turn down the volume on your answering machine. Turn off your cell phone, oven timer, alarm clock, television, or anything else that will distract you.

2. Begin by inhaling and exhaling through your nose.(If you have a cold you can use your mouth.) Now bring all your awareness to the tip of your nose and imagine that you are the gatekeeper at the gates of a big city and that it is your very important job to watch the comings and goings of your breath.

3. Focus solely on your breath, and feel it as it passes in and out. On the inhale think, “I am breathing in cool," and on the exhale think, “I am breathing out warm.” Try to feel the cool air as it enters your nostrils, and the warm air as it leaves. Breathing in cool... breathing out warm. Breathing in cool...breathing out warm. In cool...out warm. In cool...out warm. Try to keep your awareness on your breath.

4. Now, inevitably, your mind will wander. This is called “Monkey Mind” and it is common knowledge that as soon as you try to quiet your mind, the “Monkey Mind” will surface. The experience of most people is that their mind wanders off constantly. Thoughts will flow from one into another the way a monkey swings from branch to branch: “What did she say? I can’t remember. It had something to do with the dog. Did I remember to give the dog water? Oh, this isn’t working, I’m supposed to be breathing. I can never do anything right. Did I remember to give the dog water?” Or your thoughts may fire off in random directions: “What do I have to do later? Did I remember to take dinner out of the refrigerator? What time is that appointment? What should I get for a baby gift? The weather’s supposed to be bad on Sunday. Where is that article I was reading--?” and on and on. Like a young puppy, the mind wanders off. As soon as you realize that you have lost the awareness of your breath, gently lead your mind back to your breathing, just as if you were training a puppy. Again and again your mind will wander off. Again and again you will return to your breath.

5. Breathing in cool...breathing out warm. Breathing in cool...breathing out warm. In cool...out warm. In cool...out warm. Eventually, from this process of continually catching yourself lost in thought and then returning to the breath, you begin to see your thoughts from a different perspective. As you are returning to your breath you are stepping aside from your usual stance in the middle of monkey mind. All of a sudden you can see that you are not your thoughts at all, but the awareness in which all of your thoughts take place. You can sense that this awareness is much bigger than thoughts, for it extends way beyond the reaches of your thinking mind.

This is your inner awareness which some call their inner self and I like to think of as my Inner Ally because deep inside, beyond my thoughts, that inner awareness is on my side always. And every time you choose to return to breath, overriding your thinking mind, you are demonstrating to yourself that you, the inner awareness,  has the power to think certain thoughts – or not and that you don’t have to be run by your thoughts anymore. 

You are taking the control away from your thoughts and giving it to yourself, where it should be. The mind is a very good tool but not the best of friends and therefore it is vital to our peace of mind  that we, meaning the inner awareness,  learn to control our minds. 

Keep in mind, this is not about stopping thought, which you can't do anyway. It's about backing off from the thoughts by returning to the breath and then observing and noting what the thoughts were.  You will be amazed by some of what you will observe going on in your head. 

I should warn you that this can be a very humbling process. You may think of yourself as a very loving person and then observe some downright mean thoughts. You will likely find some insecure, angry and jealous thoughts, because when you quiet your mind, the monkey mind has a field day, but remember that this is the path to self-understanding which ultimately will allow you to free yourself. 

For now just work with the process of observing your breath, returning from thought to breathe, and observing your thoughts as you return to breath. After a while you will notice that you have your own habitual thought patterns and a top ten all of your own. Later on will work with the contents of what we discover. For now what is important is to cultivate the witness, observe your thoughts and realize that you are the awareness in which all the thoughts takes place. 

 

 

YOUR INNER ALLY --- CULTIVATING A LOVE YOU CAN DEPEND ON

posted Jul 16, 2013, 9:53 AM by Sheri Perl

We all know that even with the best intentions, the sincerest prayers and the most careful planning, that nothing is guaranteed to us. Any of us who have been to the funeral of one or more of our children know that things can happen in this life that bring enormous suffering. Whether you believe the cause to be an act of God, a “soul choice” or just your rotten luck, the suffering is unavoidable and your challenge will be to find a way to live with it.

Whether your losses are related to loved ones, finances or health, no one likes loss and although we are told that there is a great lesson to be learned from suffering, we would all gladly pass on the experience. However, when you open your front door to find loss in any form waiting there to greet you, you have no choice but to face it and all that comes with it.

These things do happen, so I am not talking about finding a way to avoid them. But there is one area where you can create some wiggle room for yourself and that has everything to do with how you meet, greet and treat yourself as you face the day-to-day events of your life.

YOUR INNER ALLY —- CULTIVATING A LOVE YOU CAN DEPEND ON —- THE WORKBOOK

                                        STEP ONE —- The Question

(If possible purchase a journal or find some paper. To fulfill all the steps in The Inner Ally Program, it will be helpful to have something to write on).

 

The first step in The Inner Ally Program is to spend some time pondering the following question:

In the midst of a problem, would you say that you are a warm, compassionate ally to yourself, a harsh critic or something in between?

Think back to your responses to yourself when you have been in difficult situations in your life.  Write down what comes to mind in terms of the kind of voice and attitude that surfaces in you when you are frightened or upset. Would you describe the inner voice you hear as a friend, a foe or something in between.

This is very important, so take your time. You don’t have to show this to anyone, so be honest with yourself because nothing can be changed until it is seen. The first step to making any change in ourselves comes from introspection and insight.

A Loving Inner Presence

posted May 31, 2010, 1:59 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Jun 9, 2010, 1:51 PM ]

Excerpted from a book in progress

It is my belief that each of us has a body, a mind and a soul. The body you can see, the mind you can hear, but the soul is much harder to perceive. It is not tangible and it is not describable, but most of us sense that we have something inside of us that goes way beyond our thinking mind. For me it's that little spark of Sheri that has always been inside me, looking out at the world through my eyes. I can sense its timeless nature because after nearly sixty years of changes, this inner part of me feels the same.

You already have this inner presence inside of you, so I have nothing to give you that you don't already possess. Some call it the soul and others call it the spirit. I call it your Inner Ally because it always has your best interests at heart.  

You may not be aware of it but this Inner Ally has been with you since your birth, and will remain with you until you die. It has witnessed everything that has happened to you throughout your life and it has always tried to nudge you in the direction of health, abundance and joy.  

This book will introduce you to your Inner Ally and help you to cultivate a loving relationship with it. In time it will become second nature for you to turn to this unfailing source of advice, resilience and comfort.

Your relationship with your Inner Ally is a built-in kinship, like a natural team effort. You probably have always taken it for granted. Think back to a time when you were little and got into a tricky situation. It was your Inner Ally that said, "What do we do now?" Throughout your life, whenever you found yourself in the middle of circumstances in which you were confused or scared, it was your Inner Ally that would survey the situation and say, "how do we get out of this?"

Your Inner Ally is warm, friendly and unconditionally loving. It cares for you above all others. It truly wants nothing more than to assist you, love you and support you. It will always be on your side, strengthening you with words of love and support, helping you to maintain the kind of positive attitude that makes life more hopeful and rewarding, reminding you of the kind of constructive beliefs that propel you forward in positive directions.

Emotional Healing Begins With Self-love

posted May 18, 2010, 12:18 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Jun 9, 2010, 1:52 PM ]

A Caring Partner thinks you’re wonderful.  How do you partner yourself? (Excerpts from a work in progress by Sheri Perl)

Remember the old Grocho Marx joke: “I wouldn’t want to belong to any club that would have someone like me for a member.”  Sometimes when you are in a relationship, your old, unconscious mental programming makes you feel unworthy again, despite any encouragement your partner gives you.  Instead of questioning your underlying assumptions about yourself, you start to doubt the judgment of your partner.  You begin to wonder about the value of anyone who would choose to be with you.  And so, unfortunately, the extraordinary, exhilarating, ecstatic experience of being in love begins to simmer down.  In your Inner Critic gets the best of you, you may even move on to another relationship.  Sometimes the problem is not your partner’s love for you; it is your inability to maintain any measure of self-love.

Do you think you know what it means to love yourself unconditionally?

What Is Remote Healing?

posted May 14, 2010, 3:30 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated May 26, 2010, 1:08 PM ]

Think of the fact that television waves exist in the atmosphere all around us, but you need a TV for reception to take place.  With your TV, you capture the waves and see a picture.  Distant healing works somewhat the same way.  Our spirit acts as a receptor within our physical body for the healing directed from spirit doctors.

In my book, “Healing From the Inside Out”, I write about how I contacted a spiritual healer in England, by the name of Harry Edwards who miraculously helped me to heal from the symptoms of Hepatitis C.   When I first contacted Mr. Edwards I was surprised to learn that he intended to help me across a great distance.  I was not required to come to England and he was not going to come to the United States.  He called this “absent” healing for I would be absent from his physical space.  There would be no actual touch at any time.  The healing would be directed through his thoughts and prayers.  Later it became popular to call this “distant” healing and now the term most commonly used is “remote” healing.  They all mean the same thing: the healing is carried out through a means that is not physical, and it does not require the body of the patient to be near the healer.  So, how is this accomplished?

According to Mr. Edwards, he did not do this work along, but was guided and assisted by “spirit doctors” also called “spirit guides”, who at his request, would carry out the healing.  Mr. Edwards often said that if there was one thing he had learned from his work as a spiritual healer it was that spirit definitely goes on after the death of the physical body.

From his vantage point, the healing process was very simple.  Mr. Edwards would enter into what he called a “state of attunement” in which his thoughts and prayers for his patients could be heard by the spirit doctors.  As he explained it, there is no time or distance in the spirit world, so a spirit can travel anywhere on earth in no time.  According to Harry, he would communicate to the spirit doctors the “who”and “where’ and “what” of the problem, and the spirit doctors would then carry out the healing. 

We can respond to energy directed to us from a spirit doctor because there is a spiritual component inside each of us.  This component is our spirit or soul.  Mr. Edwards believed that, through the demonstration of spiritual healing, people would understand that they have a spirit within them, that this spirit will live on, and that there is nothing to fear in death.  He believed that if people understood this, they could relax quite a bit and live happier, more peaceful lives.  He devoted his life to healing the sick and teaching these truths.

After I experienced remote healing first hand, feeling both energy and health returning to my body, I knew that this kind of spiritual transmission was possible! I also realized that there was much more to life than I could actually see with my physical eyes, and from then on I was drawn to study the unseen world and how it relates to this one.  Recommended reading: The Healing Intelligence, by H. Edwards.

HOW YOU RELATE TO YOURSELF IS IMPORTANT

posted May 12, 2010, 12:10 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated May 26, 2010, 1:08 PM ]

Your Relationship With Yourself

I am working on a new book about how we relate to ourselves.  The book examines 3 significant relationships: that of a best friend, a caring mate and a loving parent.  In essence the book asks you to consider how you befriend, mate and parent yourself.  The following is short excerpt from the text: 

Can You Be Just As Accepting of Who You Really Are As Your Best Friend Is?

One of the greatest things about good friends is being able to relax and just be your normal self around them.  If you gain or lost ten pounds, it doesn’t change the affection your friends have for you.  Can you say the same thing about yourself-or do you tend to compare yourself to others and feel inadequate?  Do you ever try to change who you are in order to fit in? 

A BEST FRIEND LET’S YOU BE YOURSELF.   DO YOU? 

Do You Ever Condemn Yourself Without A Trial?

Best friends don’t reprimand you.  They give you the benefit of the doubt.  They know your intentions are good, even if things don’t work out quite the way you hoped.  Instead of telling you what a screw-up you are, your best friends will cut you some slack, offer you encouragement, and set you back on your feet.  We are seldom that kind to ourselves.

A BEST FRIEND DOES NOT JUDGE YOU HARSHLY.  DO YOU?

A Good News Update Regarding Matt Kelly!

posted Apr 24, 2010, 4:43 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Apr 24, 2010, 4:44 PM ]

Prayer Team:  This just in from Matt’s brother Jared!

Update:

Matt’s MRI indicates some brain swelling and bleeding. It DOES NOT indicate irreversible damage or brain “sheering”!!!!

This is huge: We just found out that soon after the accident Matt was showing the bad “posturing” that indicated irreversible brain damage and now if you ask him to lift his thumb he will. Matt was basically showing that he was going to be a vegetable. This truly shows that prayer and God’s love and power brought Matt back and nothing else! Keep praying!

Prayer Team thank you!  Spirit Doctors who assist us, bless you!

Prayer List for the Distant Healing Circle

posted Apr 24, 2010, 4:34 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Apr 24, 2010, 4:36 PM ]

Those of you who know my work,  know that I maintain an ongoing healing circle for the purpose of directing distant healing to those in need.   I work with my guides in spirit and together we have endeavored to help many people.  I am now opening this up to a wider circle.  I believe that there is strength in numbers and so I am inviting you, my readers to become part of the PRAYER TEAM and to link up with me in thought, in order to send healing prayers out to those whose names will be posted.  Also, please feel free to leave requests for healing through the comments box on this blog.  I promise to read all requests and to post them for the larger healing circle that I suspect will be forming.

When leaving a request for healing please leave the person’s first name and last initial, in what state they live, and what they seek healing for, as well as any outstanding symptoms.  This is what my teacher, guide and mentor, Harry Edwards, taught me to do.  Unless you are listing an animal or a baby, it is best to make sure that the person you are listing is comfortable with their name being listed.

For now, I am listing two people who I know are comfortable with being listed and I ask you, if you are willing to join the PRAYER TEAM, to please sign in and let me know who and where you are!   Thank you!!!!!

1.  Michael G—NYC—Healing for ALS

2.  Holly R—Middleboro MA—Healing for Cancer

I hope to hear from many of you!

Sheri

An Unexpected Surprise: Flexio Plus To the Rescue

posted Apr 24, 2010, 4:31 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Apr 24, 2010, 4:33 PM ]

I’m always amazed at how simple answers are so often overlooked. My elbow had started to hurt about 3 months ago.  I don’t know exactly what brought the pain on. I didn’t recall hitting it or using it overmuch, but whatever the initial cause, it went on to smart for over 3 months. I did a lot of hands-on healing and massaging, even using the homeopathic cream Traumeel, which can be very effective.  Some definite improvement was brought about this way, but I had days where it still really bothered me.  I remembered that when I used to sit in on the Life Force Products conference call once a week, that I heard a lot of raving about a product called Flexio Plus and it’s amazing ability to take away bone and joint pain. Because at the time I didn’t have any of that kind of physical pain, I was not interested in the product. But now, with this stubborn elbow plaguing me, I decided to give it a try. Because I am a member of Life Force, ordering many of their products every month, I simply called up and added this product to my order.

They tell you at Life Force to evaluate your pain on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 as the worst pain and 1 as the least.   In the case of a 10, you would take 10 teaspoons of the Flexio Plus.  I evaluated my pain as a 4 and took 4 teaspoons of the Flexio Plus in my morning coffee.  Within 4 days the pain disappeared!  It’s now one week later and I am staying on that dose for a while…why argue with success?

I’d love to say that the entire turn around was due to my healing abilities both hands-on and remote, but I honestly suspect that the Flexio Plus played a major role in this healing and so I am passing this information on to you.  If you would like to know more about this product you can google Life Force International and you will read about many of the products that I use.  If you should decide to try anything, I’d appreciate it if you’d contact me at sheriperl@aol.com and allow me be your sales rep.

Be Well,

Sheri

Mammograms and the Terror of Waiting for a Diagnosis

posted Apr 24, 2010, 4:30 PM by Sheri Perl   [ updated Apr 24, 2010, 4:31 PM ]

Due to the death of my son Danny, I allowed myself one year to not deal with anything that I didn’t want to deal with.  Needless-to-say, one of the things I was happy to let slide by was my yearly mammogram.  It dawned on me a few weeks ago that it was closer to two years from the time of my last mammogram. I knew the responsible thing to do would be to make an appointment and so I went in last Tuesday.

The last few mammograms I can remember went smoothly and my baseline had been established years ago.  I felt reasonably sure that I would be heading home in no time, however, this was not the case.  Something didn’t look quite right to the doctor and a needle biopsy was suggested.  ”Then do it right now” I thought and they did.  They sent me home with lots of “good luck” wishes which unnerved me even more.  ”Do they think I have breast cancer?”, I wondered.

The next day I waited by the phone.  I was working from home but it was impossible to concentrate.  All manner of thoughts ran rampant through my head.  ”I won’t do treatment.  I’ll have surgery but none of that chemo for me. Unless, of course it’s a mild one that has a good recovery rate, but otherwise, I’m opting for alternatives and having the best days that I can.  They say that if detected early, breast cancer is curable.  Maybe it’s nothing.  I did have breast scares before. Uh oh…I did wait two years between mammos, I might have screwed up. Oh my God.” I thought, and then it would start all over again.

I think it’s funny now, that I used to play ostrich, thinking that I didn’t need mammograms because “I wouldn’t create cancer.”  God knows, I’d love that to believe that, but my experience has taught me to remain humble and not to make statements about things that I don’t know for certain.  And as I grow older, I realize more and more that nothing is certain except change.  And so I waited and I prayed to get out of the cancer ward, yet again.

The call finally came and hot damn! I’m out of the ward!  It’s not cancer!  It’s something called breast papilloma and nothing to be worried about.  Phew!  Big relief.  But the time I spent waiting for that call showed me how vulnerable I really feel.  Even with all the spiritual healing and the complementary medicine that is in my life, I was scared!  And I think there are a few important implications here.

I don’t care what Louise Hay or any other healer type person says, NO ONE KNOWS THE CAUSE OF CANCER!  No one knows how to prevent all ills and therefore do not DO NOT beat yourself up if you have cancer or any other disease.  On the contrary, have compassion for yourself and be kind.  On the other hand, don’t just sit there in the wait for your illnesses to wear you down.  Explore alternatives and educate yourself.  Try different healing modalities from acupuncture to changing your diet from acidic to alkaline.  There are things that you can do.  Find a good remote healer to take on your case as well.

If you are well now, this is the best time to begin building up your immune system through things like upping your nutrition, and adding herbs and vitamins to your daily routine.   After all I have been through, I do believe that prevention is so important.  Once you have the illness, it’s a whole different ball game.  Really, the most advantageous time to get a handle on your health is before you get sick.  Even then, there are no guarantees and that is why, as much as I hate and fear it, I still go for my mammograms.

I hope this opens up some discussion amongst my readers. I’d love to hear from you!!!

Be Well,

Sheri

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