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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:
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.

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