Archive for the healing code

Jul
14

How to Fully Forgive

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I remember Dr. Ben Johnson, co-author of The Healing Code, say that there has never been a case of cancer he’s dealt with as a cancer doctor, that didn’t have a strong element of unwillingness to forgive at its base.

Sobering, isn’t it?

Bitterness and an unwillingness to forgive can not only be the “heart issue” that fosters disease in the body, but it can also be one of the biggest things that keeps us stuck.

Furthermore, we may THINK we’ve forgiven, yet we really haven’t.

I have heard Alex Loyd say that the acid test of whether we truly have forgiven someone is whether we are able to 100% unconditionally accept the person. (Not the act, but the person. The distinction is important.) If we cannot accept the person, we have not really forgiven.

(Ouch!)

By this test, I have had to revisit a person or two I thought I had forgiven. If I’m truly honest, I have not forgiven because I still do not accept them unconditionally.

One of my clients reminded me of something that may help you get to that place of  “unconditional acceptance of the one you’re forgiving” (whether it’s another person, yourself, or even God). Read More→

Feb
12

“Every Issue is a Heart Issue”

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I'm not the one who made this statement. King Solomon did, more than 3000 years ago.

One of the wisest people who ever lived said, "Guard your heart above all else, for from it flow the issues of life" (Proverbs 4:23).

I have two friends who love to study Hebrew "root words." They inform me that this verse says that from the heart flow 100% of the issues of life.

So then, what is "the heart" that we're supposed to guard?

According to Dr. Alex Loyd, author of The Healing Code, and his spiritual mentor, Larry Napier, the heart is the inner person that contains all the unconscious, subconscious, conscious thoughts, images, beliefs, and feelings, plus the will and conscience. It's the whole person, but it's more than what we are conscious of.

In the "heart" are stored all the images and beliefs we have encountered and adopted. And these images and beliefs literally reverberate through the cells of our bodies, influencing how we feel, how we act, our relationships, our success, and even our physical health.

Jesus said it was out of the heart that the mouth speaks. Elsewhere in the Bible, it talks about the need for a a transformation. Transformation is needed not just for the mind, but for the heart.

So healing of the whole person starts with healing the heart. Not the physical heart, but this "heart" that is the center and source of everything in our lives. This heart needs healing, and it needs guarding.

That's what this blog is all about: how to heal heart issues. I will explore it from a number of angles, scientific and spiritual.

I welcome your feedback at any time!

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