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3-3-19 – THE WISDOM OF WHOLENESS: Tuning in to Wellness and Healing Your Life, Part I

Today’s Notes:

I – Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; he’s the one who will keep you on track. Don’t assume that you know it all. Run to God! Run from evil! Your body will glow with health, your very bones will vibrate with life!
(Proverbs 3:5-8 – AMPC)

II – “My son, attend to my words; consent and submit to my sayings. Let them not depart from your sight; keep them in the center of your heart. For they are life to those who find them, healing and health to all their flesh.”
(Proverbs 4:20-22 – AMPC)

III – “A sound mind makes for a robust body, but runaway emotions corrode the bones.”
(Proverbs 14:30 – The Message)

IV – “Beloved friend, I pray that you are prospering in every way and that you continually enjoy good health, just as your soul is prospering.”
(III John 2 – TPT)

V – “Now when I hear about someone’s illness, no matter how dire their predicament seems to be, I know that if they’re willing to do the mental work of releasing and forgiving, almost anything can be healed. The word incurable, which is so frightening to so many people, really only means that the particular condition cannot be cured by ‘outer’ methods and that we must go within to affect the healing. The condition came from nothing and will go back to nothing.” – Louise Hay

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Feeling sad can alter levels of stress-related opioids in the brain and increase levels of inflammatory proteins in the blood that are linked to increased risk of co-morbid diseases including heart disease, stroke and metabolic syndrome. ~Univ of TX Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), Dec. 16, 2015

VII – “We’ve in fact conditioned ourselves to believe all sorts of things that aren’t necessarily true — and many of these things are having a negative impact on our health and happiness. We’re addicted to our beliefs; we’re addicted to the emotions of our past. We see our beliefs as truths, and not as ideas that we can change.” – Dr. Joe Dispenza

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