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Using affirmations


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"Every day in every way my eyes are getting stronger and stronger"

Louise Hay is famous for her use of positive affirmations. Wayne Dyer is famous for his 'I am' self talk.

I know that both of these are important to help me stop focussing on the fear of going blind. But looking in the mirror and say 'I have perfect sight' or saying 'I am able to see' just isn't working for me anymore. I've been saying lines like this since June 2013 when I first lost my vision in my left eye. It's now two years later and every day my vision is getting worse. I want to believe in the Secret and that if I change my thoughts and wish hard enough then everything will be better, but life isn't demonstrating that too me. I'm on my last bit of sight and if this path isn't working then I need to make a change now.

Interestingly my psychologist said that believing that your thoughts cause your illness or believing that changing your thoughts can cure your illness is linked to anxiety and blame and is one of the things she treats her clients for....

Hmmm ...

Blame of how I caused this is always going through my head. How can I fix this? If I'm incharge of my mind and body then how can I stop this disease?