‘The Path to Health is Your Own: Trust Your Instincts’

We are continually growing, evolving and discovering new ideas, concepts and tools to teach us how to thrive. The key is to discover the ones that work for us and to trust our instincts when someone suggests protocols  which just don’t sit well within our psyche.  It is far too easy to throw away our power and experience a slide back-down-the-rabbit-hole of illness, or emotional despondency when something doesn’t work.  I know, as I have experienced this situation more than once on my road to health and well-being.

In the medical professions’ defense, I know that individuals and doctors are coming from a place of total belief their methods are safe, productive and reliable in finding the best path for recovery. The truth is, everyone is unique; everyone’s hand print is their own and special. The same applies within the process of recovery. Not every methodology is perfect for everyone. There are over 106,000 deaths per year from complications from medicines as an example. This is not even including the allergic reactions to medications and complications that arise causing added stress and delay to the healing process. Again, everyone has their own blueprint.

Listen, listen and listen again to your inner guidance, not giving away your power out of fear. If that gut-level voice is not loud and strong then rethink whatever it is being suggested. Trust your instincts; don’t be afraid to say ‘no’ to your doctor. It is after all your body, your health at stake. Not theirs. No one has the right to tell you what is right for you, but you. The knowledge you gain through exploration, discovering and listening to your inner truth,  trusting your ‘gut’, the power within becomes strong, guiding your compass north to vibrancy. Remember there are many paths up the mountain. Find the right one for you.

Cosmic sunshine to you.

Tetons National Park, Wyoming       

Climb every mountain,
Ford every stream,
Follow every rainbow,
‘Till you find your dream.
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About Candia Sanders

I love life! I love the abundance, beauty, magnificence, color, emotions, prolific sensuous joys, relationships, animals, nature, spiritual "magic"- the Aliveness - of which humanness reveals. Combine that with sharp, keen intuitive insight and it's a recipe for fun in the fast lane. Intuitive since young, combined with a natural ability to heal has created an arena where possibilities are open and opportunities abound. International Intuitive and Energetic Healer, Medical Intuitive, Psychic
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4 Responses to ‘The Path to Health is Your Own: Trust Your Instincts’

  1. Pingback: ‘The Path to Health is Your Own: Trust Your Instincts’ | Candia Sanders' Beyond Z Productions

  2. 1 Year Recovery says:

    How do you know when you should trust your intuition?

    • Hi Sherrie, thanks for the great question. Listening to your intuition, I feel is part of the daily routine. I listen to mine for everything I do in my life. Period. If it doesn’t ‘feel’ right, I don’t or won’t do it. Whether it’s about eating something, going on a particular highway, going out, to protocols doctors have suggested, to even whom to vote for, I listen. I ask the question in my mind and if my heart isn’t’ on board with it, then I know to avoid the situation or food or whatever is pertinent at that moment. I feel it’s this balance of head and heart that will always and I mean always, steer you in the perfect direction. And especially about your health! It’s your body – whatever is being done to it or suggested with procedures or medications, no matter what, to it is your decision and right to decide what is appropriate for you. Trusting your inner guidance is the vital component, the key to renewal, as well as connection with the Divine nature of reality.

      Thanks again for the question.
      Cosmic sunshine to you.
      Candia

      • 1 Year Recovery says:

        Wow, thanks for the great response. In the future, please don’t use my name as my blog is meant to be private.

        That’s really interesting, I think I have to start listening for that agreement between the heart and the head. I’m sure when it happens, it’ll just feel right and I should trust it. Thanks for your answer!

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