How thoughts affect our health



In the East they say: "the Worst enemies of man did not wish him the trouble that can bring his own thoughts."
One of the most famous physician of antiquity Avicenna said: "the doctor has three tools in fighting the disease the word, plant the knife."






Please note — the word in the first place.

In one of the Paris hospitals in young psychologist Emily Kyi at your own risk, referring to the head physician, he obliged his sick three times a day out loud or mentally repeat 10 times the phrase "every day I feel better and better." And to repeat it is not mechanical, but bright.
And what do you think? A month later the patients of this doctor have become a major source of conversations of the medical staff of the hospital, and then all of France.
Strange but true: seriously ill recovered within one month, some patients even disappeared the need for surgical intervention.

That is confirmed a hunch of the great scientist of ancient times Paracelsus who claimed that the miracles of faith.

Our health is a direct result of human thinking.
No one questioned that between the mental and physical condition of the people there is a direct link.

"The best defense against all disease, any infection is a strong belief in their own health and positive emotions, says psychotherapist with over twenty years of experience Andrey Metelsky.— Negative thoughts destroy. For example, anger causes disease of the gastrointestinal tract. Resentment eventually leads to disease of the liver, pancreas, cholecystitis."

One of the most important psychological law: the verbal expression of love, sympathy and admiration enhances the vital energy of the person to whom it is addressed. And angry and unkind words, reduce the energy of the listener.

The total number of diseases related to bad thoughts, continues to grow steadily.

To counter them, we must follow the advice of the ancient sages — to enjoy life, as hard as it was!
So, health, life and destiny of man depend directly on his thoughts.

Think about the good, expect good.
Think about the bad — bad and get.

What we constantly think, grows into a belief that this should or could happen. And this belief gives rise to the event...

That is why today we begin to think only about good things, hope for the best.

And yet, never worry for nothing!

Adopt two Golden rules of the American cardiologist Robert Eliot, a recognized expert on the prevention of heart attacks and heart failure.

Rule one: do not worry over trifles.
Rule two: everything is nothing.



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