Giving my corneal graft the best chance it has and just learning to cope with this scary situation is going to mean more than just eating good food. I'm really anxious about my eye, I can feel the stitches scratching against my eye lid almost all the time, my eye lid burns and I'm just so tired. I often wonder what the immediate future will be like, can I go back to work on Monday and handle working full time in front of the computer? I already have accessibility software set up for my vision impairement, so it's more about whether I'll have the energy to get through the day. Can I drive at night again? With my contact I get good vision, but if I'm wearing it during the day I run out of 'wearing time' at night and I can't be somewhere and have it fog up, otherwise I won't get home.
So all of these thoughts and stressors mean that I need to heal me as a whole, the anxiety can't be good for my eye and I'm a believer in the theory that our thoughts can create our illnesses and I don't want to let my fear cause my cornea to reject, or this to happen to my other eye. I am a long-time supporter of Louise Hay and her books on Heal Your Life and I have a wonderful library of healing and spiritual books so I knew exactly where I needed to turn. Plus my study as a Health and Wellbeing Coach has taught me heaps of great tools.
Step 1 is to change this negativity and fear into positivity with affirmations. Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Tony Robbins and other famous influential figures all talk about the importance of affirmations. They help us focus on goals and if we repeat them with integrity, they can replace our negative thoughts.
There are a few I started with:
I am at peace with what is
I see the world with lo