This is one of the questions that have been asked of me recently from some readers.
It’s very, very deep subject and cannot be answered in a few sentences.
I will make an attempt at it in the future, now that I realise that the genie is out of the bag and a growing number of readers expect me to write a lot more about journaling!
But one thing I’m pretty sure about that a sick person should NOT write, or say, and that is this.
You know when you meet a sick person sometimes and he/she will say…”oh, and the doctor said that my cancer (or my sore throat, or my rheumatic pain…) is responding…” blah, blah, blah.
But don’t we realise that just by the mere fact of saying “MY” sickness, MY illness….we automatically confirm that the malady is OURS!!!?
If we’re gonna say that such and such an illness is mine, then of course, our subconscious is going to make damn sure the illness does become ours indeed! I hope you see what I’m getting at?
So we need to change what we say, before we can begin to get better and healthier.