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When the worst happens, what do you do?

When the worst happens, what do you do?

 

 

 

You find yourself at the most vulnerable place you’ve ever been. Have you considered that when the worst circumstance happens to you, you have a choice of either inner peace or inner turmoil?   Katherine Kennedy and I, Meredith Sary, are bringing a “practical spirituality” called Attitudinal Healing to the Peoria area to help people grow peace within themselves.

 

 

"Attitudinal Healing is based on the principle that it is not other people or situations that cause us distress. Rather, it is our own thoughts and attitudes that are responsible for our distress, and the actions we take as a result of those thoughts and attitudes can hurt us…. Attitudinal Healing is not a religion, nor is it religious. People from many cultures, faiths, and denominations, as well as those who follow no faith at all are welcome to participate.”

 

—from Love Is Letting Go Of Fear by Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., 2005 edition.

 

 

The single goal of Attitudinal Healing groups is to offer help to each other to find peace of mind through loving each other unconditionally. Attitudinal Healing helps us re-examine what we think and reinforce the belief that our essence is Love. Dr. Jampolsky introduced Attitudinal Healing in 1975, and since then it has been proven successful all over the world.

 

 

Dr. Jampolsky and Dr. Diane Cirincione have studied and researched grief and healing and express in their book A Mini Couse for Life that “there is now scientific evidence that going through life with a loving and forgiving attitude can affect our health in a positive way. There is growing evidence that when we live a life attached to anger, grievances, judgements, and negative attitudes, we create conditions for poor health and delayed or stifled healing. It is important to emphasize that our thoughts and attitudes affect our bodies, minds, hearts, and lives.”

 

 

Neuroscience has proven that we can literally heal our brain structure through our thoughts and behaviors.  Focusing on the principles of love and peace brings healing into our hearts and minds.

 

 

Our meetings are held at Lakeview Library in Peoria. These meetings will be ongoing, and a love offering is appreciated. We also offer training sessions for individuals and groups interested in learning to lead Attitudinal Healing Groups in their communities. For more information, please leave a message for Meredith, 309-208-3533, or Katherine, 309-339-6474.

 

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