Awesome Lou says: “I work for the biggest health provider in the UK. Over the last year, I’ve been finding it more and more difficult to motivate myself to go to work! I love people, and I’ve never had a problem with it before, but now I feel like I’m actually assisting a health service which, in most cases, actually makes people’s illnesses worse. I have a huge conflict with it, but I need to bring in money to support myself (until such time as I figure out what my real life purpose is and kick my butt into gear to pursue it).
I think to myself “If I wasn’t here working with these people, maybe somebody less caring would be”, so I try to up the vibes of the environment as much as I can for as long as I’m on a ward, but this thought keeps coming back: Modern medicine most of the time makes things worse.
I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the information [about LOA] keeps being shared until it seeps into more people’s consciousness, so that we can begin changing the way people are cared for to actually benefit them.”
I get a lot of questions about the Medical field, both from patients as well as doctors and nurses (and other health care providers). I’ve received angry rants against the Pharmaceutical companies, the AMA (American Medical Association), the American Cancer Society and many others. The general consensus is that these organizations, and the whole medical establishment as a whole, are incompetent at best and downright evil at worst. This isn’t the first time I’ve tackled the subject of Traditional Medicine. But, seeing as this subject has come up quite often in my reality in the last few months, I’m happy to acknowledge that it may be time for a follow up visit (ha!).
Modern Medicine saves lives
There are many people out there whose lives have been saved by a surgeon. There are also a great many people out there who have been greatly helped by pharmaceutical drugs. When someone has gotten themselves into a situation where the discord has gone on for so long that their body is shutting down, a pill or surgery may well be the best and easiest way for them to manifest a release of resistance. Painkillers DO alleviate pain. Antidepressants HAVE brought relief to many. And when I had my dental implant, I didn’t stop the surgeon from shooting me up with anesthesia. I had no desire to feel him drilling a hole in my head (hearing it happen was bad enough). Not to mention that modern medical technology was responsible for coming up with the solution of the implant in the first place, and considering that I haven’t yet figured out how to re-grow a new tooth, I’m grateful to them.
My point is this: There are many people in many situations for whom modern medicine is a positive manifestation. It’s the solution to a problem, it’s the relief from pain, it can keep us alive longer so that we have a chance to release the core issue – the resistance. Sure, we can also just release it by dying, but sometimes that’s not the way we want to play it.
Problem and Solution
So, Modern Medicine is a manifestation, and a big, complex one, at that. Allopathic medicine has the ability to mirror both wanted and unwanted beliefs back to us. It can be both the problem and the solution. “How so?”, you may ask. Well, let me tell you.
There are many ways to treat the ailing human body. I kind of like to think of these different modalities like religions. Every practitioner or aficionado thinks that the healing method that works for or makes sense to them is the right one. So, surgeons think that surgery is the best course of action. Homeopaths insist that if you don’t see the body holistically, no real healing can take place. General Practitioners will swear by the life saving abilities of certain pharmaceutical drugs. Acupuncturists will argue that one must balance the flow of chi in the body. I could go on, but you get the point. If you visited any of these practitioners with the same illness, you’d get completely different treatment options from each, and every one of them would be convinced that they were giving you the best possible solution. And they’d all be right. From their perspective.
Just as modern medicine has its place and can be a positive manifestation for many, so do all of these other methods provide solutions to those who resonate with them. And that’s the key – each modality can be a miracle to those who are a vibrational match to it, and be completely ineffective for those who aren’t. Thinking that one healing method will work for everyone and everything is like saying that one religion will work for everyone. It goes against vibrational reality. The actual method is irrelevant. If you are a match to healing, the perfect manifestation that will help you bring that about will appear. And yes, that may well be a normal doctor with a prescription pad, or shaman with a rattle.
If you work in the medical field
Lou states that she believes that “Modern medicine most of the time makes things worse.” What an awful thought to have, especially when you’re working in the medical field! If you have the strong desire to help people (which people working in the healing arts, including modern medicine, generally do), but believe that the system you’re working in is actually having the opposite effect, you’re not doing yourself or your patients any favors. In fact, that kind of discord is a great recipe for depression and even illness. If you work in the medical field and have this belief, you have two choices (that will bring relief).
- Quit your job and run away as fast as you can. Go do something that you can actually feel good about.
- Change your perspective about the medical establishment and the effect it’s having on the people who make use of it.
Here’s the thing: Modern medicine doesn’t make things worse most of the time. The people who are resonating with modern medicine as a solution, have gotten themselves into a mess by not paying attention to their emotions (because they were actively taught not to). They are seeking a way to feel better and for them, modern medicine represents that manifestation. It’s the best possible solution that they can allow at that time.
Not everyone is ready to face their beliefs
If you tried to tell those people about energy and emotions and beliefs, they wouldn’t hear you. You’d come off as a nutter. For them, the medicines and procedures they get ARE solutions. These are the solutions they are ready for. Don’t blame the system for matching the vibrations of those who are manifesting it.
Of course, there are also those who enter the medical system and do not get better. They may even get a great deal worse. But, let me ask you something, given what I’m assuming you know about how we manifest our reality: “Do you believe that someone who is a vibratoinal match to manifesting their own healing and who enters an allopathic hospital, will be harmed by the medical treatments? In other words, do you believe that the medical establishment can defy someone’s vibration and make them worse when they are a match to feeling better? Or, do you think it’s more likely that those who get worse under traditional medical care are in the middle of manifesting more of their resistance, and aren’t yet quite ready to allow the healing, and that no method on earth could actually defy their vibration and provide them with the healing they’re not ready for?
You cannot ask the medical establishment to defy people’s vibrations and reach into their realities and force healing upon them. You have to allow each and every person to go down their path. Do cures for cancer exist? I believe so, yes. Will they work for everyone who tries them? Nope. Will everyone who is a match to healing from cancer find them? Nope. Will those who are a match to healing from cancer find some way to do so? Yep. Might that healing even come through chemotherapy? Yep, again. Should we judge those who have manifested their healing through traditional medicine? Not in my opinion, no. Everyone gets to manifest their reality in whatever way is perfect for them.
Medicine is changing
It’s clear that traditional medicine is changing for the better. So many of us (including doctors, scientists, etc.) have strong desires to affect true healing, no matter what we believe has to happen in order to for that to come about. We all want less pain, less blood, less healing time, less suffering. And so, enlightened geniuses in the medical field are lining up with more and more solutions that are taking us in that direction. Surgeries are becoming less invasive. The day will come when we won’t have to cut people open at all anymore, but already, many surgeries only require the tiniest of incisions. This is a manifestation. We don’t yet know how to re-grow a limb or organ, but surgeons have figured out how to transplant them, and are getting better at it all the time. They are giving us a way to regain a new body part that we can accept and believe. This is a manifestation – one that will continue to evolve until we can actually accept the idea of regeneration.
Does medicine give us a lot of crap to push against? Sure. But it also has the ability to mirror back our wildest dreams and fantasies. Modern medicine often makes the impossible possible. Those doctors who are coming up with these incredible solutions are visionaries. They had to allow those solutions to occur to them, and believe me, they were in a high vibrational state when they did so.
Find the method that works best for you
Instead of railing against one method or singing the praises of another as the cure all for everything, see each healing modality as a tool in a really large toolbox. If you’re a healer, try to see the validity of all tools, and manifest only patients who are a match to the tools you use (it will save you a lot of frustration). But, don’t make the mistake of thinking that the people who were brought into your reality because they matched your way of healing are representative of everyone in the whole freaking world.
If you’re a patient (and aren’t we all), don’t look to one modality to help you no matter what. Be flexible. And don’t demonize any of them either. They all have their place and usefulness. Find the mix that works for you in every given situation.
For example, regarding my recent dental implant. Now, like I said, I gladly accepted the anesthesia during the surgery. But, after I got home, I decided not to follow the surgeon’s instructions. I didn’t bother telling him about this; he wouldn’t have heard me and would’ve just thought I was a little less intelligent than first indicated. I worked with a homeopath to come up with a different treatment plan. Instead of taking gut destroying (in my belief and therefore valid for me) antibiotics and strong painkillers that fog my brain, I used Propolis, huge doses of Vitamin C and Arnica. I manifested these solutions, which worked perfectly for me, because I had the desire to find an alternative to antibiotics and I finally became a match to one. Does this mean that I’ll never take antibiotics or pharmaceutical painkillers again? Not at all. I’ll take each situation as it comes and will make my decision based on what feels right to me at the time. For example, I was happy to go with Propolis to prevent an infection, but might not necessarily risk it if a massive infection was already tearing through my body. I took the Arnica for the pain. But make no mistake, if it hadn’t worked, I’d have been popping Ibuprofen in a heartbeat.
Now, of course, there’s always the deeper matter of what caused the illness or condition in the first place, which modern medicine does not address. And yet, again, people find the solutions they’re ready for. I happen to believe strongly in the work I do. I get to be a part of huge, life changing shifts in people’s consciousness. Many of my clients have gone through years of therapy and other treatments before ending up with me, and they benefit greatly from our work together. And yet, I’m nowhere near capable of helping everyone. I’m simply really good at manifesting only those who are ready for me. If I tried to force someone who wasn’t ready for it to face their limiting beliefs, they’d either punch me in the face or end up having a panic attack. In other words, it wouldn’t end well.
If you’re a match to modern medicine, it will help you. If you’re using modern medicine and it’s not helping you, then it’s still a manifestation, just not a manifestation of what you want. Your experience is showing you where your vibration is at, and if you’re not getting the results you want then your reality is mirroring your resistance back to you. Don’t blame the medical establishment or the pharmaceutical industry for being those mirrors. Just saying.
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