Below I am sharing an important message for anyone who is wanting to heal or trying to heal. This message is an excerpt from Part V of Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal: Healing Plans for Sufferers of Anxiety, Depression, Acne, Eczema, Lyme, Gut Problems, Brain Fog, Weight Issues, Migraines, Bloating, Vertigo, Psoriasis, Cysts, Fatigue, PCOS, Fibroids, UTI, Endometriosis & Autoimmune.
"Bullying: you don’t deserve it. Whatever you’ve been through, whatever haters you’ve faced in life, whoever tried to hold you back from doing good: you did not deserve it. Maybe you had to suffer through it because it wasn’t safe to speak up. Maybe you never got to say or do what you wished you could have. Maybe it was only years later that you got validation for calling out a situation that was not okay. Maybe you saved someone with your voice. Maybe you saved yourself. Somehow, you lived through it. You’re still here. And with the life ahead of you, you can choose to be part of a powerful healing movement.
We all know that bullying doesn’t stop when we grow up. The health realm is one area where that’s abundantly clear. It can happen when someone spreads advanced information about healing, it can happen when someone sets out to heal using that information, and it can even happen when someone actually heals. Who would bully a person who has been through debilitating exhaustion and maddening pain, and has finally found a way to feel alive again? Plenty of people, I’m sorry to say. A long history of doubt and shame stretches behind us when it comes to suffering and well-being—especially when it comes to women’s suffering and well-being. With the rise of social media, it has become easier to target those brave enough to share their stories. At the exact same time, mercifully, it’s become easier for people who are struggling with chronic health issues to find resources and find each other.
Critical thinking: we need this in our confused world. Haters: we don’t. Critics want to learn. They educate themselves on what they’re critiquing and aim to leave personal opinion out of it, which creates room for them to change their minds. Haters cast their votes with no intention to change. The bullying this leads to is not the way it’s supposed to be. Still, we must find a way to cope and stay grounded in its presence, to offer information in the face of hate and also offer compassion in the face of ill will. Above all, we must save ourselves.
Life can be so hard. When people are in pain emotionally, and sometimes even physically, because of the injuries they’ve experienced in life, a portion of them become haters. Out of their suffering, they adopt hatred. Yes, we have to have some compassion for these people. At the same time, we need to realize that there are a lot of other people out there in the world who have been injured by emotional or physical suffering, and they would never become hateful against others. They would never bully anyone or try to tear them down. We can’t give forgiveness and allowance to every hater to the point of disrespecting the ones who would never be harmful or hurtful to others, even in the midst of their worst suffering. If we don’t understand the distinction here between haters trapped in darkness and pain who want to pull others into their nightmare and people who are suffering who only wish for the alleviation of others’ suffering, we’re letting the haters off the hook. Yes, we have to have compassion. We can’t go so far with it that we injure ourselves. If we believe everybody is good, we’re going to believe we’re doing something wrong in the end. If we don’t realize that there are haters who could hurt us in our healing process, then it will hit us in our core of self-worth and self-doubt when we’re struggling and trying to heal. Darkness works in this way. Good people tend to give themselves their own lashings and punish themselves when they didn’t even do anything wrong. If we don’t come to the realization that there are certain people who dwell in hatred and keep light from entering their heart and soul, we could get hurt even more along the way, and that could be detrimental to the healing process. You can protect yourself, knowing that you are a good person and it’s not your fault and you didn’t do anything wrong to deserve your pain.
We’re taught that everyone is inherently good in this world. My job is to tell you the truth so you can protect yourself. If we believe naïvely that everyone is looking out for our best interest, then the haters can cause harm to our soul and physical body in many ways. That doesn’t mean that all haters are hopeless. A miraculous event can change a person. There is always hope that a reversal can occur, where light and goodness can enter a person’s heart and awaken them. Still, how much damage was caused along the way? How many people were emotionally harmed to get them to this awakening, and for how many years to come will those selfless individuals suffer for sacrificing their own well-being?
This is a message for the people who are struggling and trying to heal. This is not a message for the hater who doesn’t like or believe in the information in this book or that it has helped so many. Critics are welcome here. If you’re one of them, I know you’re a good person. This is about taking the conversation to another level, opening your eyes so that you can see past your surroundings. My job is to look out for the underdogs who have been through hell and back. There are people who have been bullied and hurt very badly, and it has scarred them. If that’s you, let these living words serve as a little lesson on haters so that you don’t get hurt by the people trying to drag you into their own pain. Think of the living words here as your anti-bullying tool kit, your refuge when that old schoolyard feeling starts to surface."
Continue reading this important message for anyone wanting to heal in the first chapter of Cleanse To Heal, "Living Words for Underdogs and a Note for Critics"
This item posted: 25-Apr-2020
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