Title of Article - *Your Mind Is A Healer*
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  Your Mind Is A Healer
~ By Jan Tincher

Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved

Your mind affects your brain, your brain affects your body. If
you are thinking bad thoughts, your body tightens up and you
feel the stress. Your thoughts also affect your disease-fighting
immune system.

Images are the language of the brain. If you imagine yourself in
perfect health, you have a better chance of obtaining perfect

That being the case, which of the following scenarios appeal to

Your healthy cells are militia. You have a captain in charge. The
captain is you. You relax and tell your healthy cells to either
capture and destroy the bad cells as some people do, or to
encapsulate them with love which causes a powerful change in

You've seen the Pac Man game where the little circles munch
their way around a board. Well, how about you imagine getting
well this way: Every time you take a drink of water, imagine
that water turning into little Pac Mans (Men?), and they are
eating all the sick or injured cells.

If you have a *bad* back, how about every time you sit, stand, or
lie down a certain way, you see it getting stronger and stronger?
Do you have a dislodged vertebra? Every time you move to your
left or your right, see it coming back into shape.

How about when you have a cold and your sinuses swell? Can you
imagine an ice pack inside and outside your nose taking the swelling

How about if you injure yourself and the blood flows? Can you
imagine and actually *feel* an ice pack on it, stemming the flow?

If you have a difficult time with this concept, click here:

Now, I'm not saying this will happen each and every time you try
it. And more importantly, I'm not saying to heal yourself when
there is a doctor available. I am saying the doctor will have a
tough time healing your body if you don't help him or her. The
techniques listed above are just some of the ways you can help
your doctor. Use your imagination and see what works for you.

You may have tried something like this years ago and it didn't work.
Well, you can be sure there's only one reason it didn't work for you
and that is -- you didn't do it right, meaning you weren't focused on
what you were doing and/or you didn't have faith that it would work.

I had a hard time at first, too, using my mind to effect changes, but
I'm getting pretty good at it. The other day, I went to a show and it
was a tear jerker. I simply imagined a hanky blotting my tears, I
could feel how soft and absorbent it was. I never once felt one roll
down my cheek. <grin>

Get knowledgeable on how your mind works. You can use it in lots
of ways. The Recommended Reading below will help.

Thanks for reading,


P.S. Here's what I've found to be the best methods for healing:

For Healing Phone Sessions, go here:

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guarantee or warrant that the techniques and strategies portrayed
will work for everyone. The techniques and strategies are general
in nature and may not apply to everyone. The techniques and
strategies are not intended to substitute for obtaining medical
advice from the medical profession. Always consult your own
professionals before making any life-changing decisions.


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