I was working with a new client yesterday who came to me for help with his healing journey from stage four cancer. HIs doctor’s had given him two years to live.
When we first connected during the session, he told me: “I guess I’m here to see if I’m really ready to die.”
And when I used my intuitive abilities to connect in with the energy of his Soul to see if indeed he was ready, his Soul asked a very different question: “Are you really ready to live?”
No matter how many clients I’ve worked with over the years who’ve come to me for healing help, this seems to be the main question that arises from the illness: not “are you prepared to die?” but “are you prepared to truly live?”
What my own healing has taught me, and what I’ve learned through helping people around the world heal, is that illness/disease isn’t a punishment by The Universe, or a betrayal by our bodies, but a wake-up call. It’s the message that our bodies send us that we’ve reached the point where we’re too tired of the life we’re living. Not because Life isn’t delicious to our Soul, but that this lifestyle isn’t. It’s that the way we’ve been living is depleting us of our joy because it’s not based on who we are, somehow, and the illness shows up as an opportunity to stop living the life we truly don’t want, and start living the one we truly do.
To stop living based on responsibility, obligation, and approval, and start living focusing on what authentically makes us happy, what authentically breathes life through us, what we authentically want to do and be.
When a “terminal” illness shows up in our body, in most cases, it’s not that we’re ready to die, but that we’re ready for this lifestyle, as we know it, to end.
So the path of healing “terminal” illness/disease isn’t about drinking the green juice, or switching over to the alkaline vegan diet (thought these things can help), but it’s about making the courageous choice to finally stop living the lifestyle that drains us of joy, and disconnects us from our authentic self, and start creating/living a lifestyle that nourishes and charges who we really are. A life of joy that literally breathes Life Force through us, instead of takes it away.
A life that feels and tastes good to us.
A life that our bodies would love to live.
No matter who we are or what diagnosis we have, my work and my own journey has shown me that healing is possible. Always.
Because healing is about returning ourselves to our Authentic Self, and the life of joy that our soul came here for.
And that’s what most of my healing work with clients is all about: helping them return home to who they truly are, and the life that truly nourishes them.
And the real healing questions is: Are we willing to do what it takes to heal? Are we willing to truly let go of how we used to live, how we used to think, how we used to make choices, and begin instead to solely live, think and make choices based on love and joy. On what truly feels and tastes good to us.
Because this is the medicine that heals.
This is the very purpose for why we incarnated here: to feel good, to live a life of joy, to be who we truly are.
So illness isn’t a punishment, no matter what type of illness it is, no matter the severity of it. It is an invitation – to come back home to who you truly are, and to a life that you truly deserve: one that feels and tastes delicious.
I’m deeply excited about the opportunity to help my client do this.
Doing this work feels delicious to me.