If Positive Mindset Work Isn’t Working, Here Might Be Why.
Welcome to my first post of 2020, I’m back after a few weeks break over the festive season. I had a wonderful time and hope you did too! Last year I posted articles on a weekly basis, but have decided to change that to once a month. I have a lot of new and exciting projects on the go for this year and need to make sure I can devote quality time to each and every one of them. If I have the time to post more, I will, but at the very least a monthly commitment is ensured.
Every self-help ‘guru’ sprouts about the importance of having a positive mindset. “Think positively and your life will change into your deepest desires.” And yes, it is true, a positive mindset is certainly a major contributing factor in creating the life of your dreams. However, what these ‘gurus’ fail to take into consideration, is that a negative mindset is the symptom of something much deeper – an underlying blocked energy pattern.
These energy patterns vary and are unique to each individual, depending on the severity of trauma, and how deeply that trauma is able to penetrate into the individual’s subconscious mind.
When there are multiple traumas that have affected the individual deeply, the energy field becomes suffocated from the intricate blockages that metastasise throughout the lymphatic system (the lymphatic system helps to rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials); often manifesting into a physical distortion such as, cancer, motor neurone disease, irritable bowel and bladder dysfunction, just to name a few.
When a person is affected this deeply, I’m afraid no amount of positive thinking is going to break through the mud-like sludge that has infested the natural flow of Qi (energy). You may, through positive thinking, overcome less dense Qi blockages, only to be stopped and the hard work reverted as you venture deeper into the jungle (subconscious mind).
I know, right now if you are one of these deeply affected people, you are probably freaking out and feeling helpless; but trust me, there is a better and more beneficial way… If the cause of the problem is blocked energy, then the logical answer is to unblock the energy.
How do you do this and how do I know all of this you might ask? Well, I’ve lived it – I am living through it right now.
I’ve been on a very long journey of self-discovery that stemmed from a desire to improve my life mentally, emotionally, and physically. I knew throughout my drug addiction that I needed to improve my mindset and emotional wellbeing, what I didn’t realise at the time, was that these issues (Qi blockages) had manifested into a physical problem – an overactive bladder.
I initially tried all of the traditional Western Medicine methods for all three areas: Psychologists, Doctors and Specialists. None of which had any benefits! I then went down the road of natural remedies: naturopathy, hypnosis, acupuncture, etc., which certainly did provide some progress, but I knew there was still further to go, more room for improvement.
The whole positive mindset thing became my next focal point. I tried it all, read all the great books like ‘Think & Grow Rich’, ‘You Can Heal Your Life’, ‘The Power Of Now’, ‘Rich Dad – Poor Dad’; all of them were equally fantastic and valuable in some way. For six months I listened to four and a half hours per day of positive affirmations, I also wrote two pages daily of affirmations and said them regularly in the mirror as well. I did half an hour everyday of EFT tapping, meditating, etc.
As I said, you name it and I tried it. And, yes, all of that temporarily changed my mindset, but none of it was long lasting; those thick and sludge like Qi blockages were preventing those changes to flow freely. I persisted with the positive mindset stuff for two years, with no real permanent changes.
After giving everything else a really good go, I decided to try regular energy healings. I had dabbled with them throughout the years, and when I reflected on that, I realised that the only time I had ever experienced a profound and permanent mindset shift on deeper issues, had in fact, been after an energy healing.
I just needed to decide what type of energy healing would be best. I had tried Reiki and am actually a qualified practitioner myself, but I felt Reiki wasn’t strong enough for these blockages. I have had wonderful results with sound healing, but a good practitioner was an hour and a half away from where I live. Then a client of mine recommended a Kinesiologist, I had tried that once before and didn’t find it beneficial; however, I decided to give it another go, and I’m glad I did.
My first meeting with this practitioner had me sold. He instantly picked up on my bladder problem and was able to accurately detail the mental and emotional issues that led to the bladder dysfunction. He was very honest about the fact that there is no quick fix for these sorts of energy distortions, they took years to formulate, and would therefore, take years to reverse.
I started seeing him every three weeks, and honestly for the first few months, I felt like nothing was changing, but I had a strong feeling to keep persisting, and I’m pleased to say my instincts were right.
After attending these sessions regularly for a year and a half, I am starting to see huge improvements in all three areas, and guess what? Now, when I do focus on mindset shifts, they have a more permanent impact. My Kinesiology practitioner has indeed confirmed that when the energy field is riddled with blockages, no amount of positive thinking, mindset change or western medicine is going to change anything.
No, I’m not completely healed yet, but I am certainly on my way, and have seen huge improvements within the last year and a half (regular yoga has also helped the flow of my QI). So, if you’re finding that no matter what you do: mental, emotional and physical symptoms keep persisting, I would bet my life that, you too, have a severely blocked energy field.
To some of you, all of this might sound like mumbo jumbo, but, if you’ve exhausted all other available options, what have you got to lose by trying something that’s a little left of field?
If you’re enjoying what you’re reading, please consider hitting the follow button, signing up to my email list (bottom of the page for mobile devices, the side for desktop) or recommending my blog to a friend.
Thanks for reading.