This piece of writing was inspired by a conversation I had with a client the other week, however it could be a conversation I have with myself or anyone else.
It’s relevant for all of us…
Sometimes it can feel as if who we are is out of our control
We can have many fears about the the present and the future, even if we only dip into them every now and then.
BUT all of our fears, as long as they hold genuine terror for us can absolutely be a part of a self-fulfilling prophecy. We can end up manifesting our own worst nightmare.
- We may fear turning into our parents.
- Or never being able to escape the past.
- Or feel doomed to keep repeating the same old patterns.
- Or fear we can’t change something in life we’d dearly like to be different.
However much you’d like things to be different, it might feel as easier to just give up. To stop wanting what you want (note: please don’t give up!).
Whatever it is that feels impossible… will ALWAYS feel that way if you’re looking at the end goal from where you’re standing right now.
But what about if you make a commitment to just keep going and do your best, no matter what?
What if you stop worrying about the outcome and just follow whatever interests you?
Personally, I’ve recovered from several conditions that people are considered to have “for life” – PTSD, Depression, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.
I started my healing journey because I wanted to be free.
Because I didn’t want to be at the mercy of western medicine and pharmaceuticals, or take their solutions as my only option.
At the beginning, I didn’t know if I *could* resolve my health issues with Kinesiology and the other modalities I used. I just wanted to try.
And along the journey, I didn’t know the degree to which I could heal. But I wanted to keep going anyway, with no promise of what the end result would look like.
It’s because of those experiences that I can absolutely say…just start, and keep going.
It doesn’t matter how long it takes or how far you end up getting. Just keep going. Keep putting in the time.
If you’re consistent in giving effort to change the direction of your life, things WILL eventually change. It may not work out exactly as you imagined, but yes you can get there.
When I tell people it took me several years to reverse out Hashimoto’s, I am sometimes told that’s too long to wait.
A faster result is preferred!
Well of course it is. Who doesn’t want instant results?! But the time period isn’t always up to us.
However, can you imagine if I’d never started? Or if I got fed up with the healing process taking too long? If I’d decided it wasn’t working, simply because I didn’t get exactly what I wanted?
I wouldn’t be free from those health conditions without consistent and sustained effort. I certainly wouldn’t be a Kinesiologist, nor would I be writing this blog post.
I had no idea my healing journey would end up changing my life so much, and in such amazing ways.
This is true for almost anything we do in life.
So what effort are you willing to put in to make things work out differently than how things are now?
In terms of Kinesiology sessions…
Clients often ask how many sessions they need, or how soon they should come back.
While I’m happy to advise you if you’d prefer that, I invite you to work out a regular schedule for yourself that you can afford money-wise.
Whatever frequency works for you – once every 2, 4, 6 or 8 weeks… regular healing work is cumulative, and so if you’re after real change, commit to a schedule you can work with.
This is exactly what I did. I made a budget that included putting money aside for my sessions and I just kept on showing up for the healing work. I still do, actually. 😉
So figure out what works for you.
Or we can always muscle test your body to get the info directly from your own Being.
But please, as long as you’re interested in real change, keep going at the pace that suits you.
|Amanda Roberts is a Kinesiologist, Intuitive Healer, educator and facilitator based in Melbourne, Australia. She offers Kinesiology sessions both in-person and via Skype/Zoom all over the world|
Amanda also facilitates the popular Facebook group - Empowerment for Sensitive Peeps - to support all highly sensitive people and emerging empaths.