Thoughts on Healing

Jesus once said after healing someone, “Go and tell no one.” I’m not sure why he said it, but I think it might have been because he didn’t want people coming to him to just to heal their conditions. He wanted people to listen to what he was preaching and teaching. Again, I don’t know about that, but I do know I’ve had a healing and I want to tell you about it.

Ever since I was 18 years old I’ve had a ghost following me. It was the ghost of my grandma who had breast cancer and then my mom who also developed it. These women did not die from breast cancer. However, because of this history, I have always had my mammograms every year. Now, someone might ask me, why. I mean why if I believe in healing and perfect health would I still have a mammogram every year? The reason is because I am still part of race consciousness. I am still subject to all of that.

However, the stronger more conscious part of me knows something else. “I am a child of God and I do not inherit disease.” Also epigenetics and quantum physics is now proving this point. We do change our cells. There are many factors that go into disease besides our inherited tendencies. And, that is what they are – inherited tendencies.

So, as I was saying, every year I go in for my mammogram. One year, I’d just about had it. I was tired of going back because a doctor thought he/she saw something. I was tired of the constant yearly fear that comes with waiting for the results. I cannot tell you how many times, I’ve been told I had cystic breasts and how many times, I’ve had scares and then…nothing.  I know this was because I had a belief about myself that I had to release.

So, last year, I said enough is enough. I would no longer do this. I’d have my mammograms, but I wouldn’t torture myself. I would definitely not be subject to my mother and grandmother’s DNA. I was Rita Andriello-Feren a Spiritual Being, unique with volition and choice.

What was my healing? A change in consciousness from constant fear to peace of mind. When I went to the doctor last month. She gave me the reading of my mammogram from that year I changed my mind in a way I hadn’t heard before. She said, “Oh…it seems your breasts are not cystic anymore. They are just fatty tissue. Healthy.”

We can change our attitude about anything in our life and change our life. I still go for mammograms and sometimes, that fear does still creep in. It takes a lot to change a habit of thought. I was just listening to a YouTube by Dr. Joe Dispenza. He studied people who had spontaneous healings. They had four things in common:

  • They believed in an Intelligence greater than they were that ran their bodies. The Intelligence would do the healing for them.
  • They believed that their thinking contributed to their disease – that they had to change the way they thought.
  • In order to break the way they thought, they had to reinvent themselves. They asked “What would I change about myself in order to be a different person?
  • In order to reinvent themselves they spent long moments losing time and space in visualization and meditation.

I’ve done all of these and continue to do them everyday. The spiritual journey is not for the weak of heart. It is for those of us – all of us – who dare to go above and beyond what we’ve been programmed to think. It is for those of us who dare to begin in the unseen with no proof that something exists or is true; and from there, begin to work in our inner laboratory.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita


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