This is one of the questions I received when I sent out a survey to the people in my community and I have to tell you that I love this question because it is at the foundation of everything (more to come on that). So let me start by giving you my short answer. It’s a resounding, unequivocal YES!
Now for my long(-er) answer (you didn’t really think it was THAT easy, did you?)
Yes, we can absolutely heal ourselves. In fact, if we don’t believe that, there is no need to go any further because (and you probably heard this one before) if you believe you can, then you are right, and if you believe you can’t then you are right. This is the stepping stone to anything and everything: our belief in what’s possible.
I also truly believe that the human body was created with the innate power to heal itself AS LONG AS we give it what it needs to do that. I also believe that healing begins with our awareness (and acceptance) that there is something that needs to be healed in the first place.
Having said that, we need to be realistic about what we can heal on our own and what we need to have support to heal. Every day we get over colds on our own, sort of (thank you Airborne, Echinacea, Chicken noodle soup…). A broken bone needs to be set (someone else needs to do that for us) before the break can heal properly (the bodies does that). When I healed myself from depression, I was painfully aware that I was suffering from depression, I accepted that this is where I was and I was aware that I needed to do something about it and I had a vague idea of how I would like to overcome it. But I didn’t know how I could do that (beat depression naturally and without drugs) so I couldn’t really do it on my own. I needed someone to get me started, to hold me up until I could stand on my own and I will forever be grateful for Cindy for being exactly what I needed, when I didn’t even know I needed it . Thank you Universe!
So yeah, sure, you can heal yourself. But why would you want to? Doing it alone means that the healing will take longer mainly because we can’t see what we don’t know is there. There is a lot of trial and error.
As a Medical Intuitive, I am trained to take a physical symptom and dig deeper to see what is the root cause of it. More often than not, a physical symptom is a lot more than just a physical symptom. It is a big old “STOP” sign in the middle of your way telling you to stop and pay attention. But pay attention to what?
Usually, the physical symptom is a clear signal to pay attention to what is going on with us on the emotional level and mental level. And usually what is happening on those levels is something negative, something painful, something we would rather not look at because it will cause emotional pain. So we ignore it. We bury our head in the sand. We shove it under the carpet. And we continue on our merry way. The problem with that is that when we shove enough things under the carpet, we start tripping over them. Some falls are easy to get back up from and some can be crippling.
It is in these instances that we need to have someone there to support us by creating a safe space for us to look at these things not to relive them or wallow in them or feel sorry for ourselves because of them but to make peace with them, to heal them and to release them from our field, from our DNA, from our life. We do the work necessary for help our body heal while having the peace of mind that comes from knowing we are not in it alone and that someone has our back. And that is what my program “The 5 Levels of Wellness” is intended to do. Stay tuned for more on that soon. Real soon!