Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 Focus: I recognize that health, prosperity, rewarding relationships, and the other conditions we value and seek are our natural state.

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The word disease contains a clue as to how to heal it.Dis-ease indicates that ease, or well-being, is our natural state, and for the moment we have dissed ease with some form of stress or resistance. The answer to disease, then, is to return to our natural state of ease. No dis-ease can live in the presence of ease, so restoring ease is the optimal route to healing.

To heal our lives we need to do a radical figure-ground shift on our understanding of how life works. We need to recognize that health, prosperity, rewarding relationships, and the other conditions we value and seek are our natural state, and everything else is the exception.

Just as a cloud passing before the sun does not mean the sun has gone away, a momentary condition of disease does not mean that health has gone away. The health is temporarily in remission. It can return as surely as the sun will return when the cloud has passed.

Excerpted from the article:
Too Good to be True? or Good Enough to be True
by Alan Cohen.

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Enough Already: The Power of Radical Contentment
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