Healing Beyond The Mind Part 1
Posted by Second Chance to Live on August 13, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. Several weeks ago I wrote several 2 part series on what I have found to be important in my process. Today, I want to share some thing else that I have found and continue to find important in my process. In my experience I have found and continue to find that I need to be healed in every area of my life — to be who I am — to fulfill a loving God’s destiny for my life.
For many years of my life, I was led to believe that if I just acquired and applied the right knowledge, I would be healed in every area of my life and thus be made whole in every area of my life. Consequently, in my quest and search to be healed I amassed huge amounts of information and knowledge. Nevertheless, in my quest I reached an impasse in my life that led me to realize that information and knowledge – in and of itself – could not heal me and thus make me whole in life in every area.
In my experience, I began to realize that my healing needed to occur on a much deeper level than my mind could fathom or grasp. In my experience, I began to realize that knowledge — in and of itself — could only point out where I needed to heal. In my experience, I began to realize that knowledge — in and of itself – could only provide the tools to help me heal, but not the ability to heal. In my experience, I began to realize that I needed to heal in ways beyond my mind’s ability to heal every area of my life.
In Part 2 of this article, I will share what I discovered that helped me to begin to heal beyond the mind. To read Part 2 of this article, please click on the following highlighted link – Part 2. Thank you.
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