Why do we get sick?
by Sherry Anshara —
Many factors can contribute to the cause of an illness. Rarely is there a single answer. The good news is that you can get information from yourself, as your body has many of the answers. This depends, however, upon how well thought out your questions are, doing your own research, having the necessary medical tests, and a willingness to heal yourself emotionally and physically.
The first question to ask is what emotional issue could be attached to your illness? It may sound like a simple question, but the simpler and more direct your questions are, the easier it is to get a clear answer. You are programmed or taught to make things complicated. The more complicated a situation, the greater the story there is both emotionally and physically, and thus, the more debilitating the illness.
Here is something to consider: Every illness and diagnosis has an emotional component beginning at the cellular level within your body. Some examples of these are: Addiction — validation issues; anxiety — unrealistic expectations; depression — a deep disappointment; cancer — eating yourself up alive; fibromyalgia — rigid belief systems; and diabetes — attitude of “life is sour.”
A second question to ask yourself is: Can I get support to heal myself? Make your answer “yes,” because many tools are available to support healing.
Technological tools can diagnose and give you an understanding of what is going on in your body. Homeopathic remedies can support your body through a frequency and vibration compatible for you. Therapeutic oils are also a great source for helping your body heal. Functional medicine, energy medicine and allopathic medicine work hand in hand as supportive tools to assist you in healing.
A third question to ask is: Can I heal myself? The answer is yes, but you must be willing to get to the emotional core of your illness to heal the physical problems. This can be the most challenging part of the healing process. Taking full responsibility for yourself without judgment, blame or shame is the key to self-healing. You know your life better than anyone — all that you have been through that has brought you to this point of illness. No one else knows you like you do.
Connect to your cellular level of consciousness, view your life and your circumstances non-emotionally, and accept what has happened because your past cannot be changed. But remember that you are not your diagnosis.
The diagnosis is the result of the emotional and physical trauma to your body. Results can be changed. You have the ability to make changes in your health, along with the tools you use. Love yourself and commit to healing, no matter what. Remember — you do not “cure” yourself; you “cure” a ham. But you can heal yourself.
The fourth question to ask is: If I change the words about myself, can this support me to heal? The answer is “yes.” Stop labeling yourself with your illness. A diagnosis is the result of your past emotional traumas, dramas and/or labels. You are a powerful human being. Change your words and you will change your life.
Surrender. Surrender is not failure. It is acknowledging the past, no matter what. It is your willingness to not judge yourself anymore, and it is a crucial step toward healing. By asking yourself the questions, you will get the answers to heal yourself.
Each day is a new day. Do not make your past a repeated future. Stay out of the past and stay out of the future. They are simply irrelevant. Stay only in the moment and realize you can heal your health using the right questions, tools, research and attitude.
Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness and the creator of the QuantumPathic® Energy Method. She teaches intuitive powers/practical applications courses, as well as business and self-empowerment workshops. quantumpathic.com, sherryanshara.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-609-0874.
Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 35, Number 1, February/March 2016.