Living in the World of Thoughts

Crohn’s Colitis: Living in the World of Thoughts

Living in the World of Thoughts

When I was really sick with flare-ups from Crohn’s/Colitis, I had thoughts.  My thoughts sounded like this: “Am I going to make it to work?” “I can’t take another day off.” “There is no cure for this stupid disease; this disease is going to kill me!”

When I made the decision to work on healing myself, I made changes in my thoughts. I have been healed for over twenty years.  Now my thoughts are more like: “What’s for lunch?” “What are my plans for tomorrow?”

If you are truly looking for a cure to your illness, any illness, you need to move your thoughts from sickness to thoughts of health.  I know that some people might say to me, “There is no cure for Crohn’s or Colitis.”  Well that is not true. While “they” have not found a medical cure, people have cured themselves of Crohn’s. 

So my question is, why isn’t the medical community looking to the people who have cured themselves to help find a cure for all?  Maybe it’s time for a new thought.  

Now, imagine just for one second that someone told you there was a cure.  And, imagine that you believed them.  Would you try what they were telling you?  What if it cost you nothing? Would you try it? 

Free The Mind…The Body Will Follow.


My book, I Healed My Crohn’s Colitis, is a simple and powerful book that shows you how I healed and gives you the tools to do the same. It is now available! Pick up your copy at any local bookstore or order online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Balboa Press Bookstore

I started a FaceBook group it is called Using your Mind and Thoughts to Heal Crohn’s Colitis. I hope you check it out.




One thought on “Crohn’s Colitis: Living in the World of Thoughts

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