Our thoughts and the way we eat define our health

We come to Earth to learn. That is why we often say that life is like a school. We come to "untie" what we have tied here, on Earth, before. We come to learn to love, to forgive ourselves and others, to like ourselves, to accept others for who they are, and not for who we want them to be.

    We come to learn about releationships - in family, at work, with friends, in society. Our soul chooses in advance the souls that it wants to associate with in this rebirth. Mostly these are souls of people we had relations in previous reincarnations but we have not brought them to a conclusion. These are the people we meet in this very life and that have agreed to cooperate, so we can carry out our tasks here and now, to learn our lessons. And this is the basic spiritual law - the law of Karma, the law of cause and effect.

    The Karma is not punishment. It is an opportunity, a new chance, that is given us, to solve again the problems in which we have not succeeded. It is a big responsibility towards ourselves and our children. That is why our thoughts and emotions define our illnesses.
    An illness is nothing but a reminder, that we are wrong somewhere, and a kind of pressure to remember "why are we here", a challenge to change ourselves. That is why the deep reasons for our illnesses are in our fine bodies - most often in the emotional and mental bodies.
    Unlike in traditional medicine, I treat the reason for the illness, and not the consequence, that is the disease. When the reason is treated, the disease goes away by itself. I look at the person like a whole of a spirit and matter; that is I treat not only the physical, but first the fine bodies and only after that - the physical.
    In order to cure the fine bodies, it is necessary that you change your thinking and attitude towards yourself, close and distant relatives, that is to apply the Laws of Spirit. You take treatments, as you change, I only lead the process. As to how fast the process is depends on how much in a hurry you are. The rest is God's work. Discipline, patience and definite decision for a change are needed. And here I will allow myself to quote Krishnamurti:
    "It does not matter if we agree with each other. It does not matter if you will remember what I say... Just allow something to pass between you and me."
    Think about this and if you want to take care of your spiritual and physical health, please read Dan Millman's "Laws of Spirit" and "The Miracle of Forgiveness" by Greg Anderson.