We honestly take life way too seriously. Laughter has been proven to cure so why not do more of it!
There are so many little things that you can do to have fun and laugh. Here are a few of my own suggestions:
- Have you ever tried laugh therapy? Get a group of people together and one starts...to laugh, fake it next thing you know everyone is laughing at everyone's laugh. It FEELS so good. Try it.
- Want to rent a movie, try picking one that is funny.
- Be silly, have an awkward moment, make the best of it and laugh about it
- Take your dogs sledding, or play with your cats
- Go have coffee with some seniors at the local cafe, they are always telling jokes
STEP TEN - HAVE FUN
That's right; don't wait for them to get well to have fun...have fun while they are getting well. What have they always dreamt of doing? Where do they want to go? What do they want to see? What is fun?
My friend and I went on many trips to exotic places, sometimes just flew to see our favorite band for a weekend.
Oh, yes, this is a given. Love, deeply. Help them LOVE THEMSELVES AND LOVE THEIR LIFE. Remind them of all that is good in the moment.
Today my friend is cured. She feels that MS is not present in her body anymore. She has been well for over ten years.
I am happy that she is able to do all she wants and live a happy normal life. It is a fantastic feeling to think that I helped someone accomplish their dream.
Recommended reading from Bridget Shaw:
- The Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll Cure for MS
- Louise Hay, How to Heal Your Life, book or movie on You Tube
- Rhonda Byrne, The Secret, book or movie
- Cheryl Richardson, Take Time For Your Life
- Dr. Weil, Eight weeks to Optimal Health and Spontaneous Healing
- Kris Carr, Crazy, Sexy Cancer and Crazy Sexy Diet
A documentary has been made about Heather's journey to wellness:
The Healing of Heather Garden video by Filmmaker Judith Morrow is available at Lady of the Lake in Brandon, MB
The trailer can be seen on www.thehealingofHeatherGardner.com