A Visualization for Good Health


This is my second article in a series intended to guide you towards developing a practice of visualizing what you want to create in your life. I had planned for this article to focus on something different, yet a personal need today is directing my thoughts. I woke up yesterday feeling the symptoms of an inconvenient flu accompanied by body aches which have zapped me of all my energy. I’ve learned that I take my good health totally for granted and it’s been difficult for me to focus on anything except how wretched I feel. Not exactly the most brilliant way for someone who promotes the law of attraction to handle herself. How unsurprised I am that my focus on my discomfort is merely giving me more of the same.

I invite you to join with me now to imagine your vision of your optimal health. What does that look and feel like to you? How does it feel to sit, stand, walk and move the various part of your body? What level of energy do you have? How is this energy manifesting other areas of your life? Imagine seeing your body fully showing up to support you to fulfill all of your desires. What kinds of physical activities are you involved in? How does your body serve you for your work, family and personal responsibilities? What does this body which is the vessel for your soul look like? What might you need to do to take care of it so that it can better support you on your journey?  Hold on to these thoughts with the perspective that anything is possible through right thinking and the actions that follow through on those positive thoughts.

Many people think they have no control over the wellness of their bodies. Yet your wellness is a result of what you think is possible for you. Look at Lance Armstrong’s story. Sure, it takes strength and dedication to look past the hole you might feel yourself in to recognize the possibilities that lie beyond your current state.  Yet these choices lie within all of us, not just the top athletes of the world.

Thanks for visiting.  Wishing you always the best of health.

Susan Hanshaw

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