Our Bodies Want to Heal

a bodhy“What do we do when things don’t go our way? When things don’t feel good inside physically? Most judge, label and tell themselves stories about what it means. This is like adding wood to a fire and wondering why it’s not burning out. In essence, we are trying to get rid of the very thing that could set us free: sensation. Your body wants to heal. The Infinite wants you to heal. Your friends want you to heal. Everything in the Universe is conspiring to help you heal, except for what? The mind… It’s not our fault. For most of us, the mind is on autopilot from what’s happened in the past – all the unresolved burden that we carry. If we put our attention directly on the sensation that we’re feeling, we begin the triumph of heart over mind and may find that what ails us will begin to heal. It is in this state of awareness – not judgement – that the fire of suffering burns itself out.” – John Newton http://www.johnnewton.com

from his Sept. 23rd event at Temple of the Living God, Saint Petersburg, FL  

John Newton considers his work to be complementary to the work of doctors, therapists, and other health care practitioners, not an alternative to their care.

#Consciousness #AncestralClearing #Forgiveness #ComplementaryHealing

with gratitude to hepsylone.tumblr.com for the image


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