It’s module 4 of your journalling course and it’s time to look at your body talk. One of the things I do on a daily basis is note how my body feels and reflect on what has been happening that day or week to see if there are any correlations or anything that my have triggered something. It’s very powerful to uncover the triggers to your aches and pains.
“If we are creating ourselves all the time, then it is never too late to begin creating the bodies we want instead of the ones we mistakenly assume we are stuck with.” — Deepak Chopra
One of the things that we often neglect is our bodies, and as stuff goes on in our lives body suffer. Think of sayings like:-
It is also true to say that we often neglect the pains we feel in our bodies, and as we neglect them they become worse and what follows is that we usually spend a fortune on different kinds of treatment is trying to put things right.
Louise Hay has written much on the power of intention to heal. Her book Heal Your Body A-Z is a small, easy to use reference book which explains our physical illnesses in a metaphysical light. Each entry shows a problem, its probable mental or psychological cause, and a helpful affirmation for correction. We can then reflect or meditate in the suggested direction and eventually change our thought patterns or heal our faulty beliefs.
What she and others are saying is that one way to help bring about change in your life it so focus on replacing negative thinking with positive thinking through affirmations. Affirmations are a way of reprogramming the subconscious to think differently and to automatically react in a more positive way when trigger situations occur in your life.
Create your own affirmations for your body talk. Think of an area of your body that hurts. When do you notice it hurting? What does that tell you? Write your positive affirmation.
When you have written your affirmation, place it somewhere like a mirror or a screen saver so that you can see it every day.
Carry on journalling!