“The mind grows sicker than the body in contemplation of its suffering.” Ovid.
Metaphysics, New Thought religious movements, Norman Vincent Peale, Silva Mind Control, A Course in Miracles, all the authors in The Secret, and even Ovid the Roman poet have been telling us that we must change our thoughts to be healthy, happy, joyous and free from suffering. Ovid’s quote implies that when we put our attention (contemplate) on our symptoms, aches, pains and/or on the illness itself our minds become sick, too- or even sicker than the body. Logically, it must follow then, that in order to heal ourselves we must put our attention elsewhere. However, this is more easily said than done.
Learning, studying and practicing an eclectic variety of psychological and holistic approaches to raising our consciousness affords us an expanded opportunity to heal ourselves. We can truly discover what’s best for ourselves when we align our minds with divinity, the sacred, our Higher Power, The Universe. When we are walking in light, we are less likely to be thinking about our symptoms. There are so many ways to achieve the miraculous, yet for every moment of every day in our lives, there is only one combination to unlock the doorway; there is only one combination to ensure that we make the necessary decisions for health and well-being. With Celestial Psychology® we develop an arsenal of techniques guaranteeing that we will have a better chance at finding the right keys in every given situation.
Principle Eleven for Celestial Psychology® reads: Human beings are capable of healing themselves and each other with consciousness. Consciousness plays a direct role in the effectiveness of energy as medicine.
 Ovid, Roman poet (43 B.C-A.D 17?) Tristia, (9 A.D.), pg. 715, Encarta, Book of Quotations, St. Martin’s Press, NY. 1993.