Placebo Effect – Health Healing

It is possible to heal by thought alone without drugs or surgery. Therefore, treating yourself with your mind is possible, and it is more than just positive thinking.

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Have you ever thought that your beliefs and perceptions might be holding you back? 

The power of the mind over the body is more powerful than you’d ever think. Your mind can be a healing tool when given a chance. The idea that your brain can convince your body of a fake treatment is real. It is coined the so-called “placebo effect.”

There are numerous documented cases of those who reversed cancer, heart disease, depression, crippling arthritis, and even the tremors of Parkinson’s disease by believing in a placebo. Similarly, others have gotten sick and even died after being misdiagnosed with a fatal illness. These internal changes share scientific evidence, including color brain scans of remarkable healings. Unfortunately, belief can be so strong that pharmaceutical companies use double and triple-blind randomized studies to try and exclude the power of the mind over the body when evaluating new drugs.

The placebo works to shape your brain and body using our thoughts and emotions. It starts with a thought and ends with a personal self-thought fact. Once you understand how your body renews itself, you can harness the process. As long as you keep an open mind, the placebo is something almost everybody has unconsciously done one way or another in their life.

Under the right circumstances, a placebo can be just as effective as traditional sickness treatments. Believing a treatment or procedure will work is about creating a stronger connection between the brain and body is one of the most peaceful things we can possibly realize in our lives.

Yet, here’s the thing.

Placebos may make you feel better, but they will not cure you. For example, placebos won’t shrink a tumor or lower your cholesterol. Instead, placebos seem to work on symptoms modulated by the brain, such as pain perception. Being most effective for conditions like pain management, stress-related insomnia, and cancer treatment side effects like fatigue and nausea. It truly is amazing to know how much our thoughts, feelings, and emotions shape even our health.

Cover by Dr Joe Dispenza from You Are the Placebo

Takeaways for your future:

Behavioral condition yourself. Meditation for changing beliefs and perceptions that hold you back is key. Being aware and addressing it is the first step in healing. 

“When you think you are- you are.” The more you convince yourself to be better, you will be.

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