Have you ever wondered why some people heal and others do not? Whilst I do not have the exact antidote to healing, I wish to offer up some thoughts to ponder.
Healing is a direct conduit of our consciousness. The original sickness and/or accident and its manifestation in our physical body come directly from where our consciousness is at – in effect if we have spiritualblockages and 'karma', we attract sickness and/or accidents. It goes then that our healing relates to our consciousness and our karma.
Consciousness is always trying to evolve. We can stay stagnant by not learning through life's lessons, or we can progress via acceptance of the now and embracement of change through regret, confession and positive changes to our thoughts and their consequently attached words and actions. Healing is often about investigating the cause. Doctors tend in many cases to treat the symptoms, rather than investigate the cause. And if they do investigate the cause, a Doctor is unlikely to look at the karma we may have attracted and our mental mindsets based on our formative years, which may well be causing us to resist change in our lives and consequently manifest illness.
The cause of illness manifesting in the physical body can be our stubbornness against the gentle spiritual changes that we are attracting for us to evolve. Nonetheless, Doctors have a great place in society and they should be consulted alongside our inner investigations into how we have attracted this illness – for if we can establish where the blockage may be, we can generally (but not in every case due to karma) accelerate the healing process.
Should healing not occur after such investigations and actual change of mindsets [combined with proper medical assistance], then we must surrender to the deterioration of our body and in some cases embrace death, which is merely a chapter closing – leading us to a place of no more pain and suffering, a place that I have been blessed to see on two occasions, where bright coloured light and love permeate all of our being – where healing is not needed, as "all truly is good and getting better".