Monday, May 10, 2010

Being willing to heal

It doesn't matter how much you want. What really matters is how much you want it. The extent and complexity of the problem does not matter as much as does the willingness to solve it ~ Ralph Marston

The number one ingredient that is absolutely necessary for healing is willingness. No one can give willingness to you, nor can they take it from you. It is your decision, it is your free will. Ask your self honestly are you willing to heal? Say, out loud, "I am willing to heal" and see how true it feels. What you don't name or acknowledge will act as a block to your healing. If one part is willing to heal and another is not, it sets up a conflict in our system which drains our life energy. The part that is not willing to heal, for whatever reason, will sabotage the efforts of the part that is willing. Instead of getting angry or criticising this part, ask why it isn't willing to heal. Usually, the reasons will be fear of change, fear of losing, fear of disrupting the status quo, fear of angering or hurting someone. Once these reasons become conscious, you can do something about them and make a clear decision. Being willing to heal is one of the most important reasons, if not the most important reason, why EFT, or any healing modality, will, or will not, work.

It's so hard when I have to, And so easy when I want to
~ Sondra Anice Barnes

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