It's important to recognize that our body is really the product of our thoughts. We're beginning to understand in medical science the degree to which the nature of thoughts and emotions actually determines the physical substance and structure and function of our bodies.

We've known in the healing arts of the placebo effect. A placebo is something that supposedly has no impact and no effect on body. Like a sugar pill or something. You tell the patient that this is just its effect, and what happens is that the placebo has the same effect, if not greater effect, than, sometimes, the medication that's supposed to be designed for that effect.

So, they found out that the human mind is the biggest factor in the healing arts.
More so then sometimes the medication. If somebody is in a situation that they're sick, and they have an alternative to try to explore what is in their mind creating it, versus using medicine, if it's an acute situation that could really bring death to them then obviously the medicine is the wise thing to do rather then explore what the mind is about.

So you don't wanna negate medicine, every form of healing has a place.
There is only a stream of well-being that flows, you know.

It is a stream of pure positive energy.

And the Universe, all that we know, is abundant with only that.

This is the world that is based upon well-being, a well-being dramatically abounds.

And when you're allowing that stream to flow in its fullness, you feel very, very good. And when you are pinching it off a bit you feel not so good.

There is only a stream of goodness or well-being which you are allowing or not, and your magnificent emotions are telling you what the mix is, how you're doing in your allowing or your resisting of this connection.

You know people who have had terminal disease.

Stop and think of the word: dis-ease.
Hyphenate the word.

That's a body that's not at ease.

We've got a thousand different diagnoses and diseases out there.

They're just the weak link.
They're all the result of one thing:


When you're putting off stress on the chain, you putting off stress on the system and one of the links breaks. Our physiology creates disease to give us feedback, to let us know we have an imbalanced perspective and we're not loving, and we're not grateful.

So the body signs and symptoms are not something terrible.

The question that's frequently asked is when a person has a manifest of a disease in the body temple or some kind of discomfort in their life, through the power of right thinking can it be turn around?

And the answer is absolutely yes.

On November 23 I was diagnosed with the breast cancer. I truly believed in my heart, with my strong faith, that I was already healed. During the day, all day long,
I would just say thank you for my healing.

On and on and on I went, "thank you for my healing."

I believed in my heart I was healed. I saw myself as if cancer was never in my body. One of the things I did to heal myself was to watch very funny movies. That's all what we'd do, we'd just laugh, laugh, laugh.

We couldn't afford to put any stress in my life because we knew stress was one of the worst thing you could do while you're trying to heal yourself. From the time I was diagnosed, which was November 23 to the time I was healed totally, was approximately 3 months.

And that's without radiation and chemotherapy.

We come with a basic programme.

It's called self-healing.

You get a wound, it grows back together.

You get a bacterial infection, you immune system comes and takes care of those bacteria, and heals it up. The immune system is made to heal itself.

Disease cannot live in a body that's in a healthy emotional state. Your body is casting off millions of cells every second, and it's creating millions of new cells. In fact, literally, parts of our body are replaced every day.

Other parts take a few months, other parts a couple of years, but within a few years
we have a brand new physical body. If you have a disease, and you're focusing on it and you're talking to people about it, you're going to create more disease cells.

See yourself living in a perfectly healthy body.
Let the doctor look after the disease.

Can you feel the difference between having painful arthritis in your hips and feeling fearful about it, or having painful arthritis in your hips and feeling hopeful about it, The difference between fearful and hopeful is the difference between recovery or not.

Happier thoughts lead to essentially a happier biochemistry, a happier, healthier body. Negative thoughts, stress seriously degrade the body and the function of the brain.

Because it's our thoughts and emotions that are continuously reassembling, reorganizing, recreating our body.

Remove physiological stress from the body and the body does what it was designed to do.

It heals itself.

I've seen kidneys regenerated, I've seen a cancer dissolved, I've seen eyesight improve and come back.

I always say that incurable means curable from within.
You can change your life and you can heal yourself.

Well, my story begins on March 10, 1981 It really changed my whole life, it was the day I would never forget. I crashed an airplane. I ended up in a hospital completely paralysed. My spinal cord was crushed, I broke the first and second cervical vertebrae. My swallowing reflex was destroyed, I couldn't even drink. My diaphragm was destroyed, I couldn't breath.

All I could do was blink my eyes. The doctor of course said that all my life I'd be a vegetable, all I'd do was blink my eyes the rest of my life.

That's the picture they saw me in, but it didn't matter what they thought of me, the thing was what I thought. I pictured myself being a normal person again walking out of that hospital.

The only thing I had to work with in the hospital was my mind, and once you have your mind you can put things back together again.

I was set to a respirator and they said I'd never breathe on my own again because my diaphragm was destroyed.

And this little voice kept saying to me, "breathe deep, breathe deep".

Finally I was freed from it. They were at a loss for an explanation.

See, I could not afford to allow anything to come in my mind that would distract me from my goal or from my vision.Well I set the goal to walk out of the hospital on Christmas, that was my goal.

I walked out of the hospital on my own two feet. They said it couldn't be done. That's the day I will never forget.

For people that are sitting out there right now watching this programme and are hurting, if I'd want to sum up my life and sum up for people what they can do in life I would sum it up this way, in six words:

man becomes what he thinks about.