Your Subconscious Healing Power - p. 9
-- You can interfere with the normal rhythm of your heart, lungs, and other organs by worry, anxiety, and fear. Feed your subconscious with thoughts of harmony, health, and peace, and all the functions of your body will become normal again.

-- Keep your conscious mind busy with the expectation of the best, and your subconscious will faithfully reproduce your habitual thinking.

-- Imagine the solution or the happy ending to your problem - feel the thrill of accomplishment; and what you imagine and feel will be accepted by your subconscious mind and bring it into reality.

Views of Paracelsus

Philippus Paracelsus, a famous Swiss alchemist and physician, who lived from 1493 to 1541, was a great healer in his day. He stated what is now an obvious scientific fact when he uttered these words, "Whether the object of your faith be real or false, you will nevertheless obtain the same effects. Thus, if I believed in Saint Peter's statue as I should have believed in Saint Peter himself, I shall obtain the same effects that I should have obtained from Saint Peter. But that is superstition. Faith, however, produces miracles; and whether it is true or false faith, it will always produce the same wonders."

The views of Paracelsus were also entertained in the sixteenth century by Pietro Pomponazzi, an Italian philosopher and contemporary of Paracelsus, who said, "We can easily conceive the marvellous effects, which confidence and imagination can produce, particularly when both qualities are reciprocated between the subjects and the person who influences them. The cures attributed to the influence of certain relics are the effect of their imagination and confidence. Quacks and philosophers know that if the bones of any skeleton were put in place of the saint's bones, the sick would none the less experience beneficial effects, if they believed that they were veritable relics."

Then, if you believe in the bones of saints to heal, or if you believe in the healing power of certain waters, you will get results because of the powerful suggestion given to your subconscious mind. It is the latter that does the healing.

Healing

- Remind yourself frequently that the healing power is in your own subconscious mind, and anything can be healed.

-- Know that suggestion is like a seed planted in the ground; it grows after its kind. Plant the suggestion in your mind, water and fertilize it with expectancy, and it will manifest.

-- The idea you have for a book, new invention, or play is real in your mind. This is why you can believe you have it now. Believe in the reality of your idea, plan, or invention, and as you do, it will become manifest.

-- In visualizing for another, know that your silent inner knowing of wholeness, beauty, and perfection can change the negative patterns of the other's subconscious mind and bring about wonderful results.

-- The miraculous healings you hear about at various shrines are due to imagination and blind faith, which act on the subconscious mind, releasing the healing power.

-- All disease originates in the mind. Nothing appears on the body unless there is a mental pattern corresponding to it. Cause - the thought; Effect - the disease.

-- The symptoms of almost any disease can be induced in an individual by hypnotic suggestion. This demonstrates the power of thought.

-- There is only one process of healing and that is unconditional knowing (faith). There is only one healing power, namely, your subconscious mind.

-- Whether the object of your faith is real or false, you will get results. Your subconscious mind responds to the thought in your mind. Look upon unconditional knowing (faith) as a thought in your mind, and that will suffice.

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