We Create Our Reality Thru Beliefs, Thoughts, Words & Actions

Bethel Wagner
July – August 2021 • Vol 3, No 116

Many people today take the view that healing comes from an outside source. They think of it as something that happens when a doctor or practitioner prescribes medicines or performs procedures. The patient passively sits by, rarely participating or collaborating in any meaningful way. This is true of western medicine, but I see it creep its way into natural medicine as well.

People go to a practitioner expecting to be fixed. Sadly, many never consider the idea that we carry the ability to heal within ourselves. No amount of drugs, herbs, vitamins, or therapies will restore health without the intentional, focused participation of the patient. These things may reduce or mask symptoms, but they rarely offer true healing.

When people grasp this, they begin to take ownership of their health. They begin to make the kinds of choices that bring their life into alignment with their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. They begin to view healing as a collaborative effort where the health practitioner is simply there to guide and support.

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