Top 3 Mistakes To Avoid After A DiagnosisJan 20, 2023
All diagnoses are not created equal.
That doesn’t mean any of them are fun.
A diagnosis of any kind can mean anything from a mild annoyance to a shortened future. In any case, it usually represents a downgraded quality of life.
Adding pharmaceuticals and/or surgery to the list and you can expect then to add side effects and recovery to the mix.
But what if there was a way to receive and manage a diagnosis in a much different way? What if there was a way to confidently transform any diagnosis into a story of triumph?
In the last Blog post, I let you in on what my most successful clients are made of. They have a state of readiness to change whatever needs changing to get the results they want. They have a tall-order vision of what they do want – complete disease reversal. And they surrender to the process to get there. They remove all resistance and are in it to win it.
In today’s Blog post, I’ll let you in on the top 3 mistakes people make after they get a diagnosis.
These are things that can keep you from the transformation you’re looking for.
The top 3 mistakes most people make when faced with a diagnosis are:
- Expecting they don’t have to change anything
- Studying the disease they’ve been diagnosed with
Let’s go through these mistakes so you know WHY you want to avoid making them.
NOT EXPECTING CHANGE
Perhaps one of the worst things you can do when faced with a diagnosis, especially a life threatening diagnosis, where time is of the essence, is to not expect change.
I had a client, let’s call her Mary, who was faced with a serious breast cancer diagnosis. She was young, barely forty, with 3 young children.
Understandably, she was like a deer in headlights when she received the diagnosis and the grim prognosis.
She was scared as most people would be upon hearing such potentially devastating news.
She was also concerned how the diagnosis would impact her family. This is also understandable.
Mary didn’t want her diagnosis to disrupt the lives of her children and other family members.
Despite gathering the information she needed to help reverse her diagnosis and gain healing mastery, Mary did everything in her power to maintain the status quo of her household and her life. She clung to her routines, responsibilities, and obligations just as she had before she was diagnosed.
She didn't want anyone else's life to be disrupted by her diagnosis.
She maintained the same household routines, getting the kids ready for school, taking them to soccer practice and music lessons, entertaining her husband’s business clients, showing up at family events, just as she had prior to discovering there was a disease raging inside of her body.
She did all of this to help those in her family, even though maintaining these activities did nothing to help her and may have played a part in jeopardizing her life even further.
The truth is, Mary was scared. She was terrified and didn’t want to see her terror reflected in the eyes of her children and other family members.
What Mary failed to acknowledge was that she couldn’t keep her children from being just as afraid of her potential outcome as she was. What she was too afraid to face was that plastering a fake smile on her face while going about her life as she always did, all the while crumbling on the inside was helpful to no one, especially herself.
All of the well intended praise she received for being brave, courageous, and heroic, for continuing on with her life as if NOTHING HAD CHANGED and nothing needed to change, did nothing to save her.
In the end, Mary died, leaving 3 young, devastated children behind. The children have grown up to watch their father deal with his grief by introducing one woman after another into their lives. Their loss and inadequate healing tools to address their grief in an age appropriate manner led to a host of behavioral demonstrations. The impact of losing the great anchor of their mother at such a formative age, their inability to process that transition has introduced them to an adult world for which they are wholly unprepared.
What should Mary have done instead?
Whenever anyone receives a diagnosis of any kind, it should immediately be seen as information. It’s information that some of the input data upon which your body is designed to operate, needs an adjustment.
The biggest contributors of this input data are our own thoughts, beliefs, and emotions. In other words, the programming of the subconscious mind.
Ideally, given the gravity of the diagnosis Mary was given, she would have dropped everything and made every effort to investigate where her body was absorbing information that would allow it to become such a welcome host to such a serious disease.
She would have studied, she would have listened to her guided transformational recordings, she would have learned to use the power behind her eyes to reach a sustained healing state.
Moreover, she would have demonstrated to her children something her children already knew – putting her oxygen mask on first, that is, making her care the priority, so she was strong enough to care for others, was more important than getting a peanut butter sandwich in their lunches and going to soccer practice on time.
They would have seen her trying, rather than pretending.
The next mistake I see most people make when it comes to their response to a diagnosis is passivity.
It’s like they hand their entire care and potential results over to an almost complete stranger – their doctor.
This approach, while completely understandable is also the most ineffective.
It’s completely understandable because the majority of us have grown up to rely on and admire the great Healthcare Systems of the western world. Afterall, doesn’t perform miracles?
We’re also effectively groomed to believe that a medical professional knows more about our bodies than we do. That we can’t possibly have the intellect, education, know-how to operate our bodies on our own, without professional input.
This approach is also THE least effective because doctors are trained in disease and medicine. They’re not trained in healing. It sounds absurd, but it’s the truth.
So, what happens when you go to the doctor?
They begin applying medications to the end result of your illness. They throw medications at it or recommend surgery to mitigate the damage that’s already been done. Sometimes these steps are necessary and even life saving.
But how much sense does it make to address the end results of disease while still pouring ingredients into the cause of disease?
In fact, this is why, when we “fight cancer,” or try to “beat cancer,” that we have remission periods followed by a return of cancer in one form or another.
No one addressed the ingredients that caused the cancer to begin with.
The clients who get the best results are those who use all their resources to get to the other side of disease in a manner that sticks.
They certainly follow their doctors’ advice.
But they also participate.
They begin to look at the programming of their subconscious mind.
They learn the difference between being ruled by their emotions and designing their emotional life.
They learn to enter their healing state at will.
They take control of their bodies in a way that has massive chemical significance.
People who have the best outcomes address the ingredients that contribute to disease and learn how to change those ingredients in order to initiate healing.
Most often, they recover in a way that is healthier and stronger than they’ve ever been in their life.
How could studying a disease you’ve been diagnosed with be a mistake?
Shouldn’t you learn everything you can about the disease with which you’ve been diagnosed?
Seems logical, right?
I know because I fell into this trap.
I studied the disease I suffered from for YEARS!
I knew at least as much about it as my doctors did. They said so themselves.
I learned how to read medical research.
I learned the rules of properly conducted research testing, double blind studies, peer review.
I learned the intricacies of disease on an atomic level.
But what I realized after spending all that time and effort learning about the disease that was destroying my body, is this: I wasn’t getting better.
Was all that study and time interesting?
As a confirmed science geek, you bet it was!
There were parts of it that were even fun!
But the end result was that my health was in further decline at the end of this period than it was at the beginning.
How could I know so much about the disease I experienced and still not get better?
I imagine there’s more than one doctor who lays awake at night wondering the same thing.
It seems absurd, but there was no denying the facts. The disease was steadily progressing.
That’s when I began to re-evaluate my approach and view of healthcare as a system.
Sometimes disillusionment is a gift.
It took me until I was on the brink of death to make the discovery, but once I discovered the truth about ending disease, I couldn’t believe how simple it was AND how much influence I had over the entire process.
Because the fact is….
...And this might come as a surprise….
...You don’t need to know ANYTHING about a disease in order to heal from it.
Disease is the end result of something else.
It’s the something else you really need to learn about and study.
It’s the ingredients that cause the disease, not the disease itself, that will have sweeping influence over your outcomes.
And the most powerful ingredients to disease are what you and only you have the most power over.
So, what should you be studying?
Those who study healing, how to make their body a synchronistic art form, where one system harmonizes with another, how to use the tools within the world behind their eyes….
These are the people who have results that appear miraculous.
And all they did was learn to properly use the tools they were born with.
If you receive any type of diagnosis, big or small, avoid these 3 costly mistakes:
- Expect to change nothing
- Study the disease
And do this instead:
- Get excited about changing everything to bring your body into synchronistic alignment with all of your beautiful assets working in harmony. Be ready to change what needs changing in order to get massively positive results.
- Work with your doctor. “Work” means more than just taking the prescribed meds you might be given. “Work” actually means work. Get ready to do the part your doctor can’t do in order to get the results your doctor can’t get. Start by examining the ingredients – thoughts, emotions, energy – that may have been contributing factors to the disease experience.
- Study healing and the healing tools you were born with.
Next time, we'll talk about how some of the ingredients to disease work and how you can get in on a FREE training to help you change those ingredients to change your body on a level of chemical significance.