Thursday, February 11, 2010

Alternative Medicine: Heal the Source?

No doubt you have heard the adage that goes something like this:

“With great power comes great responsibility.”

What would you say if I told you that is not true?

You might react the way I did. I did a double take and asked,


Dr. Alex Loyd talks at length about how he has worked with people of every age through his life’s work in ministry; in the mental health field; as a consultant; and currently with his association with The Healing Codes. He has learned from experience that people get blocked, stuck, mired in their own thinking and beliefs. The untrue beliefs take people to extremes, and it’s the extreme ends of the spectrum that creates issues, makes a mess of our immunity and contributes to feelings of guilt, regret and depression.

You see, the extremes do not serve us well. We get paralyzed in our ability to function optimally; our immune systems take a hit; our spirits literally droop.

So we either vacillate between the tendency to be perfect and achieve perfection or we despair and appear to be lazy because we are overwhelmed. Those are the extremes.

The word “responsibility” is defined by Webster as having a secure certain outcome.

We might conclude that responsibility is highly overrated by the world at large. Society sees responsibility as a good thing. But to focus on responsibility is to key in on an EXTERNAL situation. If we look inward, focusing on the INTERNAL, we understand it has to do with the spiritual side of our selves. Society doesn’t necessarily accept the spiritual aspect of life.

To focus exclusively on the external is to violate the spiritual law of nature. External imparts to the world appearances—in terms of money, of routine, of accumulation of things.

The extreme of this responsibility business shows another face: it looks like procrastination and may go by the name of laziness. You see, people who focus on the external become so overwhelmed that they are literally overcome by responsibility.

We human beings get stuck in our dogma, our belief, our paradigms.
It seems to me that the Good Book talks about the Source, or Power and the vessel, or conduit.

Here is a way too simple fix: Operate with our focus and intent on the internal! Would it not be possible, even delightful, if we lived not with RESPONSIBILITY but ACCOUNTABILITY? That would give us the opportunity to experience love, joy, peace.

When we need help to accomplish this we can rely on The Healing Codes.

Ask a 12 year old kid to STOP AGING. Insist that, with only a snap of your fingers, he must GROW. Ridiculous, isn’t it? These are issues that are out of the youngster’s control. Well, our lives are like that, too. We cannot control every aspect. All we can do, really, is to be our best selves. That’s what our Creator asks of us.

What I am asking of you, dear reader, is to take a look at The Healing Codes. But only if you desire to stand in your truth, experience joy, peace and love as never before.

Connie Baum
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  1. I think I am healthy enough.

    Immediate Decision Making :

  2. Mother Connie is delighted that you are healthy. I'm not sure what that means to you, but I hope it means that you are healthy enough to do whatever it is you want to do whenever you wish!

    I'm also delighted you took the time to pop in and offer your comment, Robinsh.

    Mother Connie


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