Overcoming illnesses with a positive mindset
Yesterday I talked about being brave, knowing there was no rescue coming and how it was up to me!
Talking from my bed for this one – my son has friends round so I’m checking in from my ‘zen den’. My bedroom is always high energy.
Yesterday I touched on my illness and today I’m talking more about this and how pants it was. I don’t talk about this very often as Law Of Attraction (LOA) is a massive part of my life, I don’t want to attract more illness!
What this time in my life taught me is that asthma is always about grief and loss – I recommend Louise Hay’s book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ – the book tells you how unhealed emotional things, if not healed, can manifest in your body. I honestly believe this. Especially with long-term conditions.
I got over my serious attack. It was still tricky for years and I used to say to people “Oh it hospitalises me a couple of times a year”. Once I stopped saying this, it stopped happening.
I talk more about this and other health challenges that I’ve overcome using LOA in today’s 10 year anniversary Live.
Tuesday 10th December 2019
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Amanda Tooke, also known as “The Angel Mystic” is a Spiritual Teacher to people with big dreams. Amanda is also a Reiki Master, a published author and has featured on television, radio and columnist for Fate & Fortune Magazine. Amanda is the creator of The MAP – Manifesting Abundance Process that she teaches in her membership site Abundance Club. Amanda also runs 5 * Angels in Anglesey Exclusive Spiritual Retreats, plus various online programmes and 1:1 work encompassing Angels, Spiritual Development and the Law of Attraction and the energy of Passion!
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