we are ill,
especially with an illness such as CFS
or ME, it is only natural for our
concerns to form negative thoughts,
which then constantly occupy our minds.
we search for answers, we can inadvertently
focus on the illness and all its symptoms,
reinforcing its grip on our
the same as learning something by repetition.
The more we repeat it, the more it goes in.
the ancient Greeks, medicine meant treating
the person holistically, mind and body, together
with the environment in which the individual
lived and worked.
forms the basis of complementary medicine today,
and I believe that the mind and body, rather
than being two separate parts, are one entity.
human brain is a magnificent tool that gives
us the potential to programme in a different
consider how changing your thoughts might influence
your energy levels, coping skills and
potential for improvement."
Lesley Martin, Nutritionist & Kinesiologist,
& former M.E. sufferer, Sleepydust
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