Saturday, July 9, 2016

About Alzheimer’s Disease

About Alzheimer’s Disease

Rev. Marilyn L. Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT
Internationally Board Certified for Regression Therapy 

Disease means you are at dis-ease. So what does a person do to become at-ease and not have any diseases? Be open to the love in your life; open your heart instead of run from reality. Any disease is a signal that the vital life force is not circulating through your being to nourish it as blood nourishes your body. Any obstacles or barriers to this emotional flow in your system stops the healthy energy from traveling into all your cells. Allowing this energy is like plugging into electricity to make something work. Therefore, when it is missing your life is not energized and ultimately you will die. All disease is a red flag to connect to the missing emotional power usually called love.

Our society is steeped in fear, which stops this beneficent force from feeding your being. What are your fears? Are they from the past? These items stop your health and happiness. Sadly, most people ignore what they do not want to address. This causes the disease. Moving into the present and releasing the past suffering and pain behind allows you to live. You are available to feel the love within and enjoy your life.

The Chinese doctors for thousands of years have known that these blockages from fearful feelings stop the flow of your spirit that is also called life-force, chi, or similar terms. It is the releasing or removing of the fearful blockage that allows your spirit to move completely through out for a healthy body. 

Your disease is only a warning sign that you are not in harmony with the universe. It signals that the spirit of your being is not functioning in your life. Of course, it makes sense to have a healthy body without toxic foods or other substances as prescriptions, drugs, or compulsions as shopping, addiction as smoking, sugar, etc. These also block the energy flow through the meridians of your emotional system. Looking outside for answers to cure your disease are only ways to divert your attention from the inner life of your loving reality.  

  John H. Tilden, M.D. in his book, Toxemia: The Basic Cause of Disease, states: Dreadful afflictions do not “plague us.” If we are plagued by disease, it is of our own building; and all we need to do to get back to comfort and health is to quit building disease; then our subconscious self gets busy cleaning house…And when the truth is known that healing or the power to throw off disease and getwell is  wholly within the subconscious and is personal, we will know that curing and palliating by the administration of remedies—drugs, serums, vaccines, surgery, feeding to keep up the strength, etc. — are superfluous, meddlesome, and on the order of throwing a monkey wrench into the machinery. (p.39)

When you eat properly, help others through volunteering in numerous ways, participate in activities, and find time to enjoy yourself through interests, hobbies, sports as golf, and outdoor like bicycling, hikes, gardening, etc., you have no reason to be in dis-ease. That is unless you still have past emotional baggage you have not released which is taking your energy, so you cannot be present in your life.

My sister-in-law died from Alzheimer’s, because when her husband died, she gave up living. Get into life and live it not just walk through it in a fog of denial, forgetfulness, and ignoring your distress from unpleasant circumstances. 

If you are emotionally present in your life, it is likely you will not have Alzheimer’s. I had a friend who died of Alzheimer’s. Not addressing his past ordeals and tragedies kept him in denial.  The best alternative is to heal old wounds with love, compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude to be alive and enjoy your life.  

The Father of Holistic Medicine is Edgar Cayce. He has quotes that bring truth. He said that the mind is the builder. What are you building? Health or illness. In addition, he states, “There are in truth no incurable conditions”. I know today that we are connected to that beneficent inner energy which people also call spirit.  Our inner spirit brings happiness, joy, and frees us to be ourselves when we allow it to flow through our lives. 

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