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Protect Yourself from Coronavirus. Boost your immune system naturally

March 11th, 2020

Presidential candidate Marrianne Williamson recently posted on Instagram a timely reminder that love is the natural antidote to fear. Like Marrianne and others, Leonardo da Vinci believed that we can heal our bodies and do so a holistic approach is vital. I found myself asking, why is healthcare so backward but then I found myself answering my own question, “profit-driven pharmaceutical companies.”

An integrated approach to health had to do with the body, the mind, the heart, and the spirit or soul. Even simple actions like eating a proper diet rich in fruits and vegetables, vitamins and zinc can have a powerful impact on your health and well-being and boost your tolerance to disease. But not much money is be made from that approach, says Willamson. So, “it’s all censored and it’s all vaccines and drugs for maximum profit.”

In the onslaught of the Coronavirus, fear is the real pandemic. I had a client who was given to suicidal thoughts, who told me, “I wish I would get Coronvirus and die.”

I wondered, if you weren’t afraid of the virus would it work? What if you wanted it? Or better still, what if you didn’t give it energy? What if instead, you chose to focus on wellness, health, and happiness? What if you boosted your immune system naturally? What if, just as you would if people around you had the flu, you did everything to protect your energetic field so that you were immune?

“Science is the observation of things possible, whether present or past. Prescience is the knowledge of things that may come to pass, though but slowly,” Leonardo da Vinci said over 500 hundred years ago. In the past, people believed they could heal their bodies. They believed in a marriage between scientific advancements and traditional healing way. Many in the West have lost our way. We look to profiteering drug companies to heal us, and we neglect to heal ourselves.

My suicidal client was given to drinking large quantities of rum and eating crisps for comfort. Other’s duck off for a quick-fix ‘happy meal’ at MacDonald’s. But the happiness seldom lasts. This kind of happiness is fake-news masquerading as truth. I write more about this, including the ways alcohol and sugar compromise your immune system in the chapter, Sweet Misery in my mindful sobriety books, Your Beautiful Mind and Mind Your Drink.

As with all my books and services I take a holistic approach to health, wellbeing, and happiness—including the spiritual aspect of our healing. Panic and fear are debilitating. They flood our bodies, minds, and spirits with stress hormones and decreases our immune system. They block our natural, positive, healing, energy.

One of the most important things you can do in the wake of the Conovirus is to learn to boost your immune system naturally.

There are many, many ways to do this. In my Art of Success series, and also Resilience Plus: 5 Book-Bundle Box Set
How to Overcome Adversity, Build Resilience and Be Happy I share some of the simplest, easiest, affordable and enjoyable ways to do this

One of my favorite strategies is meditation and also listening to a guided meditation. Marianne Williamson has shared a wonderful White Light mediation to fight off the Conovirus here>>https://www.instagram.com/p/B9ipwRVBRt3/

 

 

Another strategy involves the power of creativity and infusing your life with the light of fantasia.

Enjoy this excerpt from the Art of Success, and allow Leonardo da Vinci to be your life coach during these uncertain times.

What do you ask first? What’s realistic? Or what’s possible?

So many people want guarantees of success before taking action. But Leonardo’s health, happiness and success was primarily driven by his deep and fertile imagination—or what he termed fantasia. Fantasia he believed, was a core requirement for a successful creator. He fed his immune system by feeding his imagination with a diversity of sources. Records kept from his book lists showed that he owned chivalric romances, imaginative poetry, collections of tales, fables and jests, as well, as scientific and fact-based texts. To succeed, you need to establish a union between the intelletto, rational understanding, and fantasia, imaginative composition.

But in the beginning give yourself permission to let your mind, and spirit soar.

Don’t get bogged down by limited rational thinking.

Don’t succumb to fear.

This will stifle creativity, and narrow your capacity for out-of-the-orbit thinking. Numerous scientific studies show that creativity, passion, and joy boost your immune system naturally. Seeking novelty and ‘weird’ experiences stimulates creativity. Imagine, as Leonardo did, impossible things.

Daydream. Create or read about absurd things. And remember you are the divine physician—you can heal your body. When you are happy, healthy, and well no virus can you infect you. You will not be in a state if dis-ease.

 

Your Challenge

 

How can you create more fantastical ideas? How can you boost your immune system naturally? What’s impossible? What if it were possible? How could you make it come true? How would your future be different? Believe in the fantastic. ~ Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, architect This is an edited extract from: The Art of Success: How Extraordinary Artists Can Help You Succeed in Business and Life

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Knowledge is power, friends.

Become informed. Don’t succumb to fear and manipulation. Why are the financial markets crashing? Who stands to benefit from the escalation of fear? Even China is floating a conspiracy theory (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/12/conspiracy-theory-that-coronavirus-originated-in-us-gaining-traction-in-china)

 
The population of Italy in 2018 was 60.48 million. 1000 people are reported to have died from Coronavirus (pneumonia) – how is this a pandemic?
 
“people aged 65 and over are at risk of getting pneumonia, as well as people with medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer or a chronic disease affecting the lungs, heart, kidney or liver, smokers, Indigenous Australians, and infants aged 12 months and under.
 
“Age is the major predictor of risk of death from pneumonia. Pneumonia is always serious for an older person and in fact it used to be one of the main causes of death in the elderly. Now we have very good treatments for pneumonia.
 
“It’s important to remember that no matter how healthy and active you are, your risk for getting pneumonia increases with age. This is because our immune system naturally weakens with age, making it harder for our bodies to fight off infections and diseases.”
 

 

Italy also has one of the oldest populations in the world.

 

The best protection is to strengthen your immune system, oxygenate your body, quit life diminishing habits and super-size love.

 

 

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