Louise Hay wrote, “In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole and complete. I no longer choose to believe in old limitations and lack. I choose to begin to see myself as the Universe sees me – perfect, whole and compete.”
Ernest Holmes once wrote, “I would rather see a student of this Science prove its Principle than to have him repeat all the words of wisdom that have ever been uttered. It is far easier to teach the Truth than it is to practice it.”
Well, as we know, if we know anything about Louise Hay, she most definitely did more than state Truth. She practiced it to the extent that she healed herself from cancer and brought the Principle of Healing to the Gay community during the AIDS Epidemic of the 80’s. She was most definitely a healer who practiced her Truth, and that Truth was that we are perfect, whole and complete just as we are.
One might ask how can that be? They might wonder how we could be in the midst of a devastating disease or poverty and still say we are perfect, whole and complete. It is because it is the Truth of our very being. If it weren’t, healing wouldn’t be possible and more than likely the Universe wouldn’t be here. We couldn’t exist for a moment if we weren’t perfect, whole and complete.
Healing isn’t making something happen or even curing anything, it is revealing the perfection that we already are. Do you remember the stories of Jesus and his healings? Whether you believe they are true or not, there was a Principle behind them that is told in every one of the stories and miracles, and that is that Jesus never saw a diseased person. He only saw wholeness covered up by what he called sin, which means that we have missed the mark of our perfection. We have clouded our minds with feelings of lack, disease and unworthiness. Jesus knew that all was Love and spoke his word as Law.
I believe Dr. Hay did the same. I also believe that we can do the same for ourselves and others. You know I am a fan of Dr. Joe Dispenza. His whole theory is based on the scientific premise that as we lose our old personality and become someone else that has never experienced the disease, that we heal. Although he teaches it well, he also practices it and proves it.
There is no denying that we are endowed by our Creator, the Infinite Mind that birthed us, with everything we could possibly require to live abundantly, healthfully and joyfully. We are made in Its image because we are It.
The choice is ours, and we have to start right where we are. We cannot begin at the finish line, but we can know that we have already won. Nothing can keep us from our wholeness besides our lack of consciousness of it. So, the place to begin is in consciousness, and we must do it here, where we are, no matter what we are experiencing. We cannot wait on the environment to change, we must change.
There are many tools available for us. The Internet is filled with free videos, e-books and more. We can’t use the excuse of money or time. We are important enough to the Universe, but are we important enough to ourselves to take the time it requires to become someone new, to lift ourselves out of the drudgery of the masses, to have hope when everything seems to be falling apart. and to invest loving time into ourselves?
I believe we are worth it. Expressing our wholeness is the best way we can serve the world. You’ve heard it before, “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.” Jesus did his thing and so did Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s our turn now lest all the work they accomplished be lost again. and the world fall back into ignorance of its Truth identity.
Love and Aloha,