I am always thankful for my health. When I see somebody physically challenged or under a temporary illness, I feel bad for them and at the same time blessed to have a healthy working body. And I preach this to my kids also; never ignore your health but to be highly obliged of what all you have been blessed with.
Thankful for every breath I take
If you are a regular reader of my blogs, you can count how many times I have been thankful for the breath I take. I am thankful for the slightest of pleasure my healthy body gives to me. Remember when you feel nauseating and within some minutes you get a burp; how do you feel? When your nose feels irritated with some dust particles and you sneeze; do you remember the ease you feel as you sneeze? There are many small pleasures in life that involve healthy working of our body. You just need to be mindful to observe them.
I keep myself motivated every day. I talk to my subconscious brain daily that I am healthy and growing strong with each passing moment. I have huge responsibilities on my shoulders; the biggest being my kids. I know what’s going on in your mind. Does this really help? Yes, it does. You have to believe in the power of your subconscious. You have to believe in the working of your body and the brain; the coordination between the two.
When I actually fell ill
The rate of being ill has dropped to mere 10%. The rest of the time I am going strong and I am thankful for this every second. But what happens when I actually fall ill? Yes, I feel the pain. I miss the times I am fit and healthy. How easy my body works then. But this shall also pass. Because God gives you pain only to the extent your body can bear. And I truly believe in this. I foresee the condition when I will be healthy again, every day and night. I train my subconscious to throw out the pain from my body. I strongly feel that now its time to get out of this unhealthy position and breathe the fresh air.
PS: This is my personal experience and I practise this brain exercise daily. Miracles do happen but you need to be patient and believe in what you practise. It has been more than 2 years since I am practising.
If I am achieving so shall you.