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The Third Jerry Banfield Show – I’m Healthy Now!
Getting sick from what I’ve seen is often consensual.
My wife and my two children a few months ago, flu came around, and my wife got it first, and as soon as she told my daughter that she’s sick and going to lay down, I swear my daughter who’s four decided that she was going to be sick with her.
She had no symptoms at the time. Laura said, “I’m not feeling very good.”
Madeline said, “I’m not feeling very good either Mommy.”
They both laid in bed and were sick for three days, and my son got a piece of it too. I noticed the thoughts coming into my mind:
“You know, you see them, that’s coming for you next. They’re sick. You’re going to be sick too. Feel that? Feel your throat right now? That’s the beginning of it. By tonight, you’re going to have a sore throat, tomorrow you’re not going to feel good at all. You’re gonna spend a day in bed tomorrow. I don’t know what they’re going to do because they’re going to be in bed and you’re going to be in bed, by the next day you might have to go to the doctor.”
I said, “Hold up. No, I’m healthy and I feel good right now. That’s real.”
I went back and forth with that thought and I said, “I refuse to be sick. I’m healthy. I’m healthy. Now, I’m healthy.”
It felt like again, when you crave that drink, you know, “I want to get drunk. No, I don’t. Yes, I do. I want to stay sober.”
It felt like that same kind of insanity and I was praying to God and I’m listening to Wayne Dyer and I repeated, “I’m going to stay healthy. I’m going to stay out there. I will not get sick. I will stay healthy. I will stay out there. I’m healthy. I’m healthy. I’m healthy.”
I could feel it, and what happened with me, I think I got maybe a fever, some chills, but I didn’t think of it like that.
Instead of labeling, I just said, “Ooh, I’m a little cold right now. That’s interesting. Huh? I feel like taking a nap.”
I don’t usually take a nap, but I took a four-hour nap and I had some irregularities in the body for a little bit, maybe some symptoms and it passed in a few hours, and I never got into the spot where the rest of my family got with being that sick.
I see the thoughts I have, and if I reflect on all the other times, I got sick. At some point I’d feel a little thing in my throat and I’d say, “I’m getting a sore throat again,” like when there was almost nothing.
Now when I feel that, it’s different.
I was laying in bed yesterday, my throat was a little dry and I felt like, “Oh man, how am I going to do this talk tomorrow if I got a sore throat? I’m telling them I got no symptoms, no illness, no pain, but I got a sore throat.”
That’s the exact kind of thinking that we’re going to let that go on by.
“I’m healthy now. I’m healthy. I’m healthy now. I trust my throat will not be dry in a few minutes and I’ll forget in a few hours that I even woke up feeling like this.”
I trust that my body will fix itself as long as I don’t make it worse or make a thing of it.
Our bodies, when they get sick, they are trying to tell us something and a lot of us just don’t want to hear that stuff.
I read a book by Louise Hay called “You Can Heal your Life.”
She talked about how various symptoms in the body are often related to the various mental things that we’re kind of ignoring. One of them was in the throat, and in the throat, if we have a cough, her thing was that’s related to change.
She said an affirmation you could do if you got a little cough, you say, “I’m changing. I’m willing to change. I’m changing. I’m willing to change.”
I have hardly had more than one cough since I’ve started that. I’ve had lots of periods in my life where I had lots of coughs. This is that one little mental thing that eliminated all of my coughing.
In fact, even if I take a drink of water and it accidentally goes down the wrong pipe and I cough, I don’t look at that as you know, I look at that as a sign like, “Oh, this is about change. Isn’t it I’m changing. I’m willing to change.” And the cough stops almost immediately.
Even if a little thing starts to come up my throat, “I’m changing. I’m willing to change.” I’ve literally been coughing before when I first started this and I did that, and it just went away.
I felt like, “Whoa.”
Then, when I see other people that have, they say they have COPD, and what I see is they have a calling to change and they’re not listening to it.
Now that’s one way of looking at it, that doesn’t mean that other ways are completely invalid, but what is a helpful way for me to look at things?
What is the way I can look at things where I feel in control like I can do something?
What I’m currently in the process of is giving up my glasses.
When I was about 14, I started to judge that my vision had changed, and I couldn’t see as good far away. I’ve worn glasses or contacts for most of the last 20 years.
Now, I’ve come across people and Wayne Dyer said that at one point he had glasses for his eyes. He stopped wearing his glasses and he got to a place where he didn’t need glasses to see far or near. He used to have glasses to read and he was able to get rid of that.
I have another friend who went through the same process. He used to have glasses, gotten rid of them. His eyes went back to 20-20 vision on their own.
I saw a girl on YouTube, same thing, and she had a test from the ophthalmologist that did show her eyes got better.
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Edits from video transcript by Michel Gerard.