Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

Aligning with Wholeness Facilitates Healing


Louise Hay tells us that a change in attitude represents a key to heal bodily conditions[1]. We have all experienced parts of our body not functioning as designed to operate.  To return to full health we must address not only the body but mind and spirit.

We use medicines, allopathic, homeopathic; western medicine, energy work, herbs and more. In our wisdom we bring our thoughts and feelings in alignment with the Forces of Good– feeling Love, seeing the wholeness, basking in ease.

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When Melanie was in her 40’s, she worked hard at a job in business. Over a period of years now and then M experienced fatigue of a “virus.”  M experienced no respiratory or digestive symptoms– she felt exhausted with general malaise.

In those days our star could let it all go when she was ill. She “had to” spend in bed and rest.

M started to know she got relief from stress through these times of bed rest.

At that time this time of repose adjusted her perspective and healed toward more balance.

Below are some remarkable stories illustrating this point:

1.  Appreciate What Works

In 1966 Catherine Ponder published her book The Dynamic Laws of Healing.  This book offers many stories of dramatic healing from a shift in attitude.

 In one account under the subtitle “How Praise Heals” this author reported that a woman who had failed to get relief from her doctors came for a session. After listening to the client’s long list of woes, Ponder asks the woman to tell her something that was going well with her. That client did not itemize any condition.

 Catherine persisted pointing out that the woman had walked into her office,  was not bedridden, was apparently seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.  The client responded after some contemplation– her right little finger was perfect.

 The counselor told the woman to go home and focus on the perfection of her little finger, to praise its health, to give thanks for Life and refuse to think of her ills. In three days the patient returned and felt better in her whole hand.  The client continued to see Catherine and before too long the list of healthy parts grew and grew.[2]

2. Help from Abraham Hicks Teachings

I happened to view a video segment dated 1993 from an Abraham Hicks seminar. In it a female participant told Abrham this story. In her recent past she had been given a diagnosis of cancer.  Spurning medical care, she went home and immersed herself in the Abraham teachings (reading this blog offers the essence of  the Abraham message.)  In a few months she was found to be completely cancer free.

3.   A  Focus on Acts of Kindness Creates a Miracle

A fellow had had a serious bout with cancer, got to a point where the doctors had no more treatments for him. Already in a wheelchair and wanting to make the most out of his remaining life, the protagonist decided to  focus himself on doing random acts of kindness.  The man threw himself into it, relishing the work.

 A year later this dear soul received tests for his malignant stomach cancer. They showed him to be cancer free. The doctor declared the MRI results could not be explained by western science. So happy with his work that man infused himself with Well Being!

Man’s Cancer is Healed After Doing Random Acts of Kindness for a Year

4.  Thoughts to Remember

a. We have awesome power available to use for bringing ourselves back to balance: align our inner state to that of love, peacefulness and Joy. Lets’ bask in this!

b. We are wise to notice on what our attention is focused– our health depends on it.

Want to share some tales of how focusing your mind was part of your regime to heal a condition? Please know how your story contributes to the health of all of us! Thank you for telling us about it.

About the Author

Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. In these posts composed of true stories, she inspires others to know themselves and compassionately to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-five year journey of self-discovery, she has deeply studied the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, Ernest Holmes and more. Janet offers individual sessions by phone and in person. Please contact her at jpearl555@earthink.net to arrange an appointment.

[1] Hay, Louise, Heal Your Body (Santa Monica, CA: Hay House, 1988) p.1

[2] Ponder, Catherine, The Dyanmic Laws of Healing, (Marina del Ray, CA: DeVorss &Co, Publisher, 1966) 99-100.

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