Generally speaking, physical and mental health are based upon positive attitudes, where as ill health, both physical and mental, is associated with such negative attitudes as resentment, jealousy, hostility, self-pity, fear, anxiety, etc.
In psychoanalysis, positive attitudes are called welfare emotions, and the negative-ones are called emergency emotions.
Unless the basic attitude that is causing the energy and balances is corrected, all the chiropractic and acupuncture and reflexology mean nothing because the illness will return.
You want to get better, you want to get stronger, you want stop suffering? You want to go where you need to go? Literally, just bring the body to the meeting. If you really expose yourself to the influence of higher patterns, they begin to rub off on you. As it is said, you get it by osmosis.
There is no antidepressant that will cure depression that is spiritually-based. Malice does not originate from brain dysfunction, but from an accurate response to the desecration of life. A desecration that is shown to us on a consistent basis; in our news (which isn’t new) and our televisions and our papers and our fear based media.
We wonder why we’re scared, we wonder why we’re sick, why we’re so ready for change… Because the body is simply a reflection of spirit in physical expression. The constant and ever present dramatization of the struggle of life is making it sick and tired.
What we ascribe to outside of the house has an effect in here. Everyone dies by his own hand. That is a hard clinical fact, not a moral view.
– Christopher Rivas