Recently I was given the opportunity to review an educational program on maintaining healthy levels of the body. The first part of the program talks about how we can slow down the aging process through understanding what the really is and through visualization and affirmations speaking to the subtle body what we would like it to do.
I learned some very fascinating facts about the body – one of them being that the body is not a noun, but a verb. It is always moving and transforming. It, in essence, is an information field of intelligence blinking in and out of existence so quickly that the human brain cannot process it, and thus perceives it as solid.
This is the reason why miracles have been witnessed from those who have overcome severe and tragic illnesses or diseases. Deepak Chopra, in his audiobook How to Know God shares the story of a what I believe was a French Leader who developed a type of cancer that led to bone deterioration. It was so severe that the bone in a certain part of his body was nearly depleted. Well, this leader was well-respected worldwide. People came from all over the world to visit him and those who couldn’t make the trip prayed for him. After some time went by, the bone began to grow back. Was this a miracle? How could it be?
Well, in understanding that the body is an information field of intelligence and not static as we believe it to be, new information was being fed into it – like a broadcasting station and its receivers. So, let’s get to it. I shared a post about 5 parts of the body and often they’re replaced. Let’s see if your guess was accurate:
How often is your stomach lining is replaced?
Answer: Every 3-5 days
How often are all your taste buds are replaced?
Answer: Every 10-14 days
How often is new skin is formed?
Answer: 13 times per year
How often do you grow a whole new head of hair?
Answer: Every 2-7 years
How frequent is your skeleton replaced?
Answer: On average 8-11 times throughout a lifetime
[Source: Chopra, D. (2013). Timeless You: The biology of youth & the wisdom of experience. Grandparents.com/timelessyou]
Fascinating statistics, right?! There is truth within the saying “I’ll see it when I believe it.” Your beliefs have more of an influence on your current and future well-being and genealogy, than your genetics do. Dr. Bruce Lipton speaks a lot about this in his book The Biology of Belief and the references you’ve found here.
Dr. David R. Hawkins, lecturer an author of books such as Power vs. Force, Truth vs. Falsehood, and Transcending the Levels of Concsciousness, cured quite a number of illness and disease by repeating this affirmation, “I cancel any belief in [name of illness/disease], for I am a spiritual being and only subject to what I hold in mind.”
We’ve seen stories of paraplegics walk out of hospitals a year after they were told they’d never be able to walk again, people eliminating cancer at severe stages, Sir Roger Bannister breaking the 4 minute mile after physicians show him it’s physically impossible for the body to move that fast. How many more references do you need? Don’t look to “out there” to find reasons how you too are able to heal your body. “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” – Matthew 6:33
I’d love for you to share your posts below – whether you’re concerned if you can or not or perhaps you have a personal story you can share or know someone personally you can share their story.