4. Be my eyes, and bring your heart with you

This will be a short entry.

I have placed myself in the public’s eye, saying that in this blog I am going to show you how I cure myself from a terrible chronic pain in my foot.

This is what I am doing and will do. I want to show that there is a connection between what we feel and what our body does. When we have an inner energy conflict or a blockage, our energy does not flow to where it has to flow ideally and disease results. Therefore, by healing what we feel, meaning changing it from fear to love, we also allow the energy in the body go to where it has to go and cure the body. I have no doubt that this is true. But a thought came to me: And what if I fail? After all I have failed in the last five years.

Then this blog will show how I failed. This is my answer. It will still be worth doing, because it is what I am sinking my teeth into these days. I do not even know all the reasons why this is a worthwhile thing to do. I just know, intuitively, that it is so. I could think out a few more reasons of course, but I am not interested. Since this came to me as a worthy thing to do, I’ll just do it.

And you are my eyes who live in other bodies.

Thank you for being my eyes.

Love,

Giora

My eye in another heart

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Entries 1-58 show how I use the method of Intuition Through Art to heal myself from Peripheral Neuropathy.


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