Newcomers to mind-body healing often find, to their absolute amazement, that someone or something – some tender, loving presence – is waiting to help and guide them when they enter that unexplored territory of the subconscious. Mind-body-fit-teachers aren’t surprised when these inner guide advisers appear. In fact, many methods encourage patients to consciously search for that inner guidance. Whatever this mysterious presence is, its main purpose is to gently guide you in terms of physical healing that can take many forms.
A WARM AND LOVING FRIEND
Spiritualists and mystics have known about inner guides for centuries. Some voice’ that directs us to our higher good and fulfills our needs. Other mystics say it is ‘the spirit of life that is always speaking to our souls’. For the less spiritually inclined, it’s simply called intuition, but intuition developed to a high degree of awareness. Psychologists Bernie Zilbergeld and Arnold Lazarus talk about the value of inner guides in Mind Power: Getting What You Want though Mental Training. Many of us believe that their is some part of us that is wiser and more mature than the rest of the parts of our being. This part is variously called the strong part, the healthy part, the guide or the inner adviser. Whatever the name, it’s often believed that we’d be alot better off if we paid more attention to this part and took its advice. “This part is only an aspect of you, consisting of memories, experiences and resources that may not be readily available to your everyday self. The inner -advider technique is a way of getting in touch with this part and being able to discern its messages. “If you want to contact your inner adviser, you have to be open to surprises. Our guides aren’t always what we expect. Its gender may not be the same as yours, it maybe an animal rather than a person, it may communicate in ways you’re not used to and it may be a tough taskmaster instead of friendly and supportive as you expected. But that isn’t surprising. Surely you’ve had the experience of an inner voice suggesting that you do something…that the rest of you didn’t agree with.
LEARN TO TRUST THAT VOICE
This is especially true when it comes to healing. Even though we understand that the answers we seek lie within us, we’re often reluctant to trust ourselves or that still, small voice – even though we might obey without question if the guidance come from a medical doctor or a psychie faith healer. We really haven’t learned to trust our intuition, our inner self, when it trying to tell us something, Therefore many mind-body-fit teachers encourage patients to visualize a wise, all-knowing guide or guru who will never fail to provide the right answers that they can trust. Many other seekers, however, meet up with their guides unexpectedly and spontaneously as they journey by themselves ever deeper into the kingdom of the mind. https://amzn.to/2NZLsDv