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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Disease Part 2:


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Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Cough Part 1

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Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Disease Part 1


What is Self-forgiveness?
It is the process by which an individual forgives oneself for accepting and allowing self to separate from objective reality, releasing positive and negative value judgments such as good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative - as subjective interpretations of reality regarding something or someone that leads to stability as breath. 


I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to have a picture in my mind of how others suffer when they have a disease and within that interpretation judge myself, others and the bacteria/virus when i have a disease according to my subjective view of how others suffered which is a distorted version of what happened in reality and not what it really is

I commit myself to instead of enlarging the picture of people suffering because of disease, in 'my within' as the mind, and connect it to fear, judgments, beliefs etc., i will rather look at what disease is in objective reality and assist in creating a world where all can have health care and look at the definition i gave the word 'disease', which i defined within a subjective view of health rather than seeing it as what it is from my objective view of reality - which includes social provisions for all to get the basic necessities like food etc. to be well, to survive.

From:
Word Web
Disease
n.
An impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning

I commit myself to show that the bacteria and the virus is a part of the whole that is life, and is here to assist us to see what to forgive so we can correct ourselves realizing that they also have a function in this world within the collective unwritten agreement to stand for what is best for all.

I commit myself to look at the definition of the word 'health' from a 'holistic' body, mind, social living alignment and not from fear of having disease.

From:
Word Web
Health
The general condition of body and mind

I commit myself to change my starting point when i see myself having a disease, from fear of disease to desiring health, to first investigate where the fear started and look at the memories i connected to them in the past, release the fear i connected to it and do a quick self-forgiveness until i am clear and i am stable here as breath.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Cough Part 2


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Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Cough Part 1


What is Self-forgiveness?
It is the process by which an individual forgives oneself for accepting and allowing self to separate from objective reality, releasing positive and negative value judgments such as good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative - as subjective interpretations of reality regarding something or someone that leads to stability as breath. 

Self-forgiveness Statements for Mental Health: Cough Part 2

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to judge others who has a cough as unhealthy, fearing that i also will have a cough, so stay away from people who are sick, believing that the bacteria and the virus will transfer to me and eventually will get me sick- where i project my fear to others rather than me being here, stable as breathe.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to  believe that the cough can lead to me having a serious disease like whooping cough, pneumonia or tuberculosis instead of realizing i have separated myself from the bacteria and the virus to the extent that i do not see them as what they really are - as equals, birthed here, showing me what to forgive myself for.


I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to focus my mind on my fear of suffering, uncomfortableness, pain in my chest, difficulty breathing etc. believing that this can lead to a serious disease - so worry, rather than be here as breath supporting the body with food and substances available to me - homeopathic medicine, allopathic medicine, natural medicine etc. and tests that will give me an objective view of what's going in my body, realizing that common sense is all about creating 'health' where i do not create psychological stress leading to physical stress that eventually leads to a weakened immune system.


I commit myself to look at the definition of the word uncomfortableness so i can use it without bias, and instead of being tense, aggravating the feeling of pain in my mind and becoming overwhelmed adding to the body pain i experience, release the psychological stress and look at why i am interpreting physical discomfort subjectively in my mind rather than looking at the definition i gave the word 'uncomfortableness'.


Word Web:
Uncomfortableness
The state of being tense and feeling pain

I commit myself to calm my body down through having a warm drink, warm bath or having some massage and other body therapies so i can help the body deal with the pain i experience when coughing.


I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to have 'self-talk' or internal conversation in my mind:
'This had been going on for a while, this is making my life miserable'
'I am having chest pain because of this cough'
'I am having difficulty breathing because of this cough'

where within these 'self-talk' i am blaming the bacteria and virus for making my life uncomfortable instead of seeing and realizing that i am the one who is feeding my body nutrition and i am the one creating stress by constantly thinking about things, imagining things, having 'self-talk', reacting etc. and as i react to fear within my mind, i am running away from the source of it because it reminds me of the time in the past when i had a cough - having pain in my chest and having difficulty breathing - where i live the past in the present, defining uncomfortableness as equal to suffering and pain rather than having a look at the memory i connected to this in the past and forgiving myself for living in the past, so i can see the cough objectively and support my body to return to homeostasis.


I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to project being comfortable breathing without a cough in the future, working, living and imagining a life without a cough enjoying my friends and family  - comfortable and free of pain living the future and not here as breath in every moment.  


Note: I also speak this self-forgiveness aloud.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Cough Part 1


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What is Self-forgiveness?
It is the process by which an individual forgives oneself for accepting and allowing self to separate from objective reality, releasing positive and negative value judgments such as good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative - as subjective interpretations of reality regarding something or someone that leads to stability as breath. 

Self-forgiveness Statements for Mental Health: Cough

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to feel down sometimes and up sometimes, where i change according to changes in my environment and when my health changes or when i have health challenges perceiving myself separate from who i am, as breath - stable here.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to believe that a cough is something that will cause suffering and discomfort - something that will stop me from doing my job effectively, and something that is embarrassing because i defined a healthy and happy life as absence of disease and believe that when i have a cough, i am not healthy, therefore will not be happy, having defined happiness in a limited way.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to define happiness within a mind definition of health and comfort instead of seeing that happiness is a word that i defined within other words that i connected to a positive experience and a negative experience, then connecting that to a memory of our neighbor, when i was young who i saw coughing and was rumored to have tuberculosis, and believing that because they were poor, having a cough will make them suffer more - believing that having a cough or having tuberculosis will make someone sad because one will suffer and one will be in pain - creating a conflict within myself that leads to psychological stress that leads to physical stress.

(Note: This is my memory so i suggest to look at your own memory you connected the cough to)

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to be directed by fear of what it would be like
to live life without comfort and without being effective in my job, doubting the role of the bacteria/virus as an equal- realizing we are all birthed here as a part of life, assisting ourselves to develop an equal and one relationship with each other - as indivisible parts of the whole .

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to doubt whether this cough will create havoc in my life or will it help  me - where i become uncertain, rather than investigate what the word 'cough' means and support my body during this time to  release fears that leads to psychological stress through self-forgiveness and using substances that will bring about physical wellness.

From the Word Web:

Cough
n.
A cough is a sudden noisy expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages; a common
symptom of upper respiratory infection, bronchitis, pneumonia or tuberculosis

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to magnify my suffering through thinking about it, imagining about it, reacting to it etc. rather than doing what i need to do to support the body.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to not realize that i am part of the whole that is life and so rather than separate myself from the bacteria/virus that is part of life - which i am also a part of, accept and allow myself to see that the bacteria and the virus are not my enemies but is here showing me what i am creating in my body, which i cannot see, because i am having 'self-talk' within my mind - both positive and negative, thus, seeing reality subjectively, therefore reacting to it rather than seeing what is going on in my body objectively.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to judge the cough as something unhealthy, having defined health from a starting point of not having disease instead of seeing that this is the definition given by myself, not having seen the bacteria/ virus as part of life that is here to assist all, but rather as an enemy - where within this, i am saying that all parts of life are separate entities that compose the whole - that is not contributing to benefit the whole - which is a projection of my own perceived separation from all life - not seeing that Life is an indivisible whole - realizing i am here to stand for what is best for all.

Note: I also read this aloud.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Self-forgiveness For Mental Health: Disease Part 1



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What is Self-forgiveness?
It is the process by which an individual forgives oneself for accepting and allowing self to separate from objective reality, releasing positive and negative value judgments such as good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative - as subjective interpretations of reality regarding something or someone that leads to stability as breath. 

Why do we fear disease, illness and death?

Why do we blame the bacteria?

Why do we run away from our fear of disease?

Why are we running after health instead of looking at where this fear started and how it is resourcing energy and creating stress in the body?

I recently had a small skin infection which reminded me of how i see myself when i have an illness.

In this blog, i will write self-forgiveness statements as if to say i am sorry to myself for connecting memories to fear of disease which leads to my interpretation of reality in 'my within' as the mind and so create consequence, in 'my without' like the health care industry and all the abuses in it which if we look closely, is our fear of disease becoming the fuel that gives life to this industry.

Self-forgiveness statements:

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to participate in the collective mind design that i have to cope in a world where survival is not guaranteed for all, so fear surviving, seeing health, disease, and the bacteria as threats to my survival where health becomes my ticket for survival in a world of uncertainty

Through this, i forgive myself to fear the bacteria, believing that it will give me disease which will eventually lead to death instead of realizing that it is part of the whole that is life and it is to realize that i connected memories of suffering and pain i witnessed/others witnessed in my environment to fear which i associated with a memory from the past - where i saw the following:

1. Seeing the old woman at the town where i grew up, who stayed at home because of psoriasis - all her skin peeling off and her skin rosy and tender, a woman who i judged as suffering some form of emotional pain from being separated from the community, believing that because she cannot go out and be with other people she is ostracized from society, in essence blaming her disease and judging her as ugly which i believed is one of the reasons she stopped herself from being seen in public.

Psoriasis (pronounced /sɵˈr.əsɨs/; from Greek ψωρίασις, meaning "itching condition" or "being itchy",[1] from psora "itch" and -sis "action, condition"; also termed psoriasis vulgaris),[2] is a common, chronic relapsing/remitting immune-mediated skin disease characterized by red, scaly patches, papules, and plaques, which usually itch.[

2. Seeing another person who is a distant relative with tumors all over her body who i judged as ugly which i associated with fear believing that proteus syndrome is a disease that  makes one suffer and be ostracized from others.


Proteus syndrome, also known as Wiedemann syndrome (named after the German paediatrician Hans-Rudolf Wiedemann), is a congenital disorder[1]:554 that causes skin overgrowth and atypical bone development, often accompanied by tumors over half the body.[2]:776

3. Hearing my grandmother said i was in the hospital after birth when i was diagnosed with a disease called neonatal jaundice. She said there was a cockroach coming very near me trying to sniff at me. She said she was very angry to see that my life was in danger yet that cockroach was not helping the situation, rather, making it worse. So, she said she ran after the cockroach to kill it then she prayed to God 'to either take me away to free me from suffering or to heal me'.

4. Seeing the poor people in the Philippines who cannot afford health care who stare in the sky hoping one day someone will come and save them from poverty.

5. Seeing a neighbor when i was young, that had tuberculosis. He was poor, thin and he always had a cough. I rarely go near him because i fear that i may be contaminated by the disease.

These are memories that keep coming back when i have an illness where i live the past in the present, thinking about suffering and uncomfortableness as i connect them to my fear of illness and death disabling me from living here in every moment because i am in my mind.

Investigating the disease showed me the memories and the fears i attached to them.

It assisted me in looking at what I accepted and allowed myself to fear.

Facing them  makes me see where it started, so i  can stop fearing and start living and heal 'internally' and 'externally' as i release the fears etc. through self-forgiveness and bringing myself back here as breath, living moment by moment.

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to blame the cockroach within the thought, ' in the past it endangered my survival by coming near me to bring some bacteria and viruses into my life', instead of realizing it was just a story that is fueled by my grandmother's fear of disease and so what is commonsensical to do is forgive myself for my fear of sickness, disease and death and correct myself in my living by using food to nourish the body for optimum survival and not accept and allow fears to direct me because it leads to psychological stress which in turn lead to physical stress or dis-ease .

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to believe that the bacteria is my enemy, separating myself from it, instead of realizing that the bacteria is birthed here in this world, just like me, and that we are walking this one life, therefore, we are equals, and it is for me to see that it can also be used to culture food that can assist the body and that it is here to wake us up and make us aware of what we accept and allow in our mind when we get sick - so we can forgive, stop and 'heal' ourselves 'within and without'.

Through this, I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to fear disease and instead of facing it and look at the origin of the fear, desire and pursue health instead where i judge some food items as good and some food items as bad

I forgive myself that i have accepted and allowed myself to believe that one diet is good and another bad, instead of realizing that i am deciding from a starting point of fear of having dis-ease rather than from a starting point of what is best for all life - where plants and animals give their life to support the body to survive so it is for me to realize that if i stick to looking at objective reality, i will see that there's nutrition in both and it is not about pushing one food item and deifying another but it is about me looking at what food really is

I commit myself to show that food is about providing the body nourishment and not about judging one food item as good and another as bad and in the process separate myself from some food items that is part of the whole that is life, not realizing that i am creating a consequential outflow that is not best for the body, as i create psychological stress when i say, 'I should eat this, I shouldn't eat that' which leads to physical distress or dis-ease

Word Web
Food
Any solid substance (as opposed to liquid) that is used as a source of nourishment.


I commit myself to show that food is here to support our body to have energy to move and to survive

Word Web
Food 
Any substance that can be metabolized by an animal to give energy and build tissue

I commit myself to show that food can be misused, and it is for us to realize that our misuse of the nourishment we give the body to energize the mind within our polarized interpretation of reality within bias can cause psychological stress which can lead to physical stress or dis-ease.

Word Web
Food 
Anything that provides mental stimulus for thinking



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