Appreciating my body


I thank my body for being the vehicle that enables me to be alive on the earth – instead of being angry at it for being in a wheelchair, fighting my weakness, focusing on what is not working “normally”.   I am not “owed” a body which is considered perfect and normal, just like no one is owed a life without pain.  Whatever I am born with is what my soul needs to accomplish its task through my life.

To remind myself to thank my body, I wear bracelets.  I got the idea from the red string worn by  Kabbalists – the red thread is considered to be protective against negative thoughts.  It is a reminder  to emulate the modest ways of Rachel – consideration, compassion, and selflessness for the benefit of others, always remembering to give charity to the poor and needy.  If you live a life of love, the negativity of others has no effect on you.   Interesting fact:  Kabbalah, from the Hebrew root Qof-Beit-Lamed, meaning “to receive, to accept” fits in well with Christian beliefs, the way I was raised.  There were, in fact, Christian scholars who called themselves Cabalists.

When I put on a bracelet in the morning, I am reminded to appreciate my body and also to have compassion for myself and others.

It makes me happy.


About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a powerful light worker, intuitive medium, and coach. She lives with the daily challenge of muscular dystrophy and shares the wisdom she receives from the Divine Source of all that is, bringing joy to the lives of others.
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