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Another one in the series of hangouts with Mick Tomlinson, here he shares his view on where healing comes from...
Long day. In bed at last. He snores. Enough is enough. "What the hell am I doing in his bed?" I got the hump. All I have ever been annoyed about is back on my mind. So I get out. It takes me ages to go to sleep in the guest bed room.
The next morning is busy. We are running late. Blood test. Visit the bank. Look after a friend. No time to think. Rush back for lunch.
He says "Do you fancy a nap?" I say "Okay". Same bed. Same man. He snores. My heart feels warm. "Isn't he sweet?" I fall asleep holding his hand.
Within 16 hours I could have easily walked out for good or married him. Same man. What changed? Nothing, but my own state of mind.
That's actually all that can ever change. But what's real? Such contradicting feelings used to confuse me a lot and I seemed to take my negative feelings usually more serious than the positive ones. But since I realised that a state of inner peace, clarity and certainty is our neutral default setting I just know that anything that feels 'somehow more uncomfortable than neutral' simply results from my negative habitual thinking in the moment. It stems from the past or projects into the future while the only real thing can only ever be experienced now. Then feelings like love, gratitude and joy simply flow freely.
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All blog posts and videos point to our innate health and wisdom we have access to when in a state of peace of mind. Listening to our inner voice or wisdom does not mean to "do nothing" but to act from the most calm and certain state of mind possible, from where solutions and options can emerge we have not thought of before. Conventional as well as alternative medicine have their place and are essential part of our available choices. When in any doubt, always consult with your doctor. Afterwards, decisions can be best made with a clear head.