Friday, November 21, 2014

Healing and Recovery; notes from the book by David R.Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.

"Every physiological and chemical transaction that goes on in the body is the result of a blueprint of it within consciousness.  All of them can be changed by changing consciousness." Healing and Recovery David R.Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.

I am more and more fascinated by the way our body responds to our mind and emotions.  

I have been using this principle to successfully and quickly get well.  
Please read herehere (healing story #2), and here 

Years ago, before I even read any books on this subject, I healed myself using my mind: I popped the cyst overnight, repaired and regrew a few damaged nails, etc..  Now, if I want any change, I close my eyes, envision the actual change and smile, knowing that the change will follow.

I have read many interesting books on Mind/ consciousness, some of which I listed here.
Additionally, I have written a post on this subject:

In his book Healing and Recovery David R.Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D, brilliantly explains how we get depressed, become alcoholics, get cancer, etc. and gives insightful information about reversing the problem.

Below are a few quotes from his book. 


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"An interesting study published  in the January 1987 issue of Brain-Mind Bulletin  entitled "Expectancies; What You See Is What They Give You.  Research by Princeton University showed that self-fulfilling prophecy is just that, and what we actively believe tends to manifest in our behavior and in that of others.  

The body is at the effect of what is held in mind.  If we want to know who we are holding in mind (pg. 47).  If we want to know what we are holding in mind, all we have to do is look at what is going on in the body and observe the behavior, which tells us what we believe.  If we look back into our memory, we often will not be able to recall that we had any such belief system, or that we thought it applied to us.  The fact that it is in our life tell us that it must have been there somewhere in the personal or collective unconscious.

The most common example of this occurs in people who are allergic and say, "Well, I didn't have any belief in allergies.  I didn't bring this into my life consciously."  Yet, if we go back into their  childhoods, almost invariably we find that the belief system and allergies occurred very early in life, usually at ages two or three.  The little child picks up a remark by someone in the family such as, "Allergies run in our family."  The minute the child's mind hears this, buys it, and, of course, believes it, it becomes an operative program.

We are subject to what we hold in mind, so what does that mean?  What is the nature of illness itself?  We see, first of all, it is that of pain and suffering.  Consequently, it is obvious and merely common sense that illness is an expression of pain and suffering. 

As  a sick person, we view ourself as a victim of the disease.  Therefore, it is important to realize that there is the illness, and there is the person who has the illness.  We then understand that the person who has that illness needs to change in order for it to disappear.

All the negative energy fields are based on placing the source of our happiness externally.  This results in being vulnerable and also being the potential, hopeless victim.  Being the victim means perceiving a cause as being outside ourself.  Therefore, the vulnerability to depression is present as long as we think the source of our happiness is something outside ourselves.

The common frailty of human consciousness is to make happiness dependent upon externals such as saying, "Well, when I get that degree, then I'll be successful and happy,"

People in hopelessness cannot help themselves, and we have to pour energy into them to even move them up to the energy field of Grief... 

...If we could pour energy into her up to the level of Grief, suddenly she would begin to cry.  The expression of that emotion would indicate to us that she is getting better.

Interestingly, these two energy states come out of the failure to face the energy filed that lies just above it, which is Fear...

The downside affects us negatively; in contrast, the upside can be very constructive in our lives.  We generally experience fear in ordinary life as worry, anxiety, and panic, but eventually, it can escalate to become paralyzing terror.

Grief has to do with the past, and fear has to do with the future.

We can move a person out of Fear and up to the next energy field called Desire...

This can eventually become an obsession or compulsion.  We then call it an addiction because the process going on in consciousness is one of entrapment...  A person becomes entrapped and is at the effect of that level and run be the desire.  It takes on the intensity of craving, which in turn becomes associated with an inner image.  To recover from addiction, it is necessary to eliminate an attractive image the moment it emerges in the mind...

It is the purpose of the marketing industry, of course, to take advantage of our desire by creating wanting and craving to get us entrapped so we will want their products.

The mind has enormous power over every aspect of the body's functions, right down to the smallest molecule and atom.  It has been discovered that every atom and every molecule within the body is influenced by consciousness levels and beliefs.  Every physiological and chemical transaction that goes on in the body is the result of a blueprint of it within consciousness.  All of them can be changed by changing consciousness.

I watched my body chemistry literally change as I began to change what I was holding about it within my mind and consciousness.  The basic principle essential to healing from all illnesses  no matter what they are, is that we are primarily only subject to what we hold in mind" 

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