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How to be Immune from All ill Health and Disease

How to be Immune from All ill Health and Disease

“Western medicine is in its way one of the most uncivilized hypnotic devices. The most educated Western doctors will look with utter dismay and horror at the thought of a chicken being sacrificed in a primitive witch doctor’s hut, and yet will consider it quite scientific and inevitable that a woman sacrifice two breasts to cancer. The doctors will simply see no other way out, and unfortunately neither will the patient. A modem Western physician – granted with the greatest discomfiture – will inform his patient that he is about to die, impressing upon him that the situation is hopeless, and yet will react with scorn and loathing when he reads that a voodoo practitioner has put a curse upon some innocent victim …. Through advertisement, young doctors impress upon [people] … that they must have a physical examination every six months or you will get cancer; that you must have medical insurance because you will become ill.

In the medical field, as in no other, you are faced with the full impact of your beliefs, for doctors are not the healthiest, but the least healthy. They fall prey to the beliefs to which they so heartily subscribe. Their concentration is on disease, not health…. Your doctors are also the victims of their own belief system.”

- SETH (The Nature of Personal Reality)

“You affect the structure of your body through your thoughts. If you believe in heredity, heredity itself becomes a strong suggestive factor in your life, and can help bring about the precise malady in the body that you believed was there all along, until finally your scientific instruments uncover the ‘faulty’ mechanism, or whatever, and there is the evidence for all to see.”

- SETH (Dreams, Evolution, and Value Fulfillment, Volume 1)


“Not only do you operate within your own personal beliefs, of course, but within a mass system to which you subscribe to one degree or another. Within that organization medical insurance becomes a necessity for most of you, so I am not suggesting that you drop it. Nevertheless… you are paying in advance for illness that you are certain will come your way. You are making all preparations in the present for a future of illness. You are betting upon disease, not health. This is the worst kind of natural hypnosis, and yet within your system insurance is indeed a necessity, because the belief in illness so pervades your mental atmosphere. Many become ill only after taking out such ‘insurance’…. Even more unfortunate are the special policies for the elderly that detail in advance all of the most stereotyped and distorted concepts about health and age. There is a great correlation between the kind of policies that people take out and the illnesses that they then fall prey to.

Ideas of retirement fall generally into the same pattern, for hidden within them is the belief that at one time or another, at a specific age, your powers will begin to fail. These ideas are usually accepted by young and old alike. In believing them the young automatically begin the gradual conditioning of their own bodies and minds. The results will be reaped.”

- SETH (The Nature of Personal Reality)

“People often say, “Why does a little child attract illness, when it is too young even to know what it means?” I answer that children are sensitive and receptive to the thoughts of others about them, and often out-picture the fears of their parents.

I heard a metaphysician once say, “If you do not run your subconscious mind yourself, someone else will run it for you.” Mothers often, unconsciously, attract illness and disaster to their children, by continually holding them in thoughts of fear, and watching for symptoms.

For example: A friend asked a woman if her little girl had had the measles. She replied promptly, “not yet!” This implied that she was expecting the illness, and, therefore, preparing the way for what she did not want for herself and child.”

- The Game of Life (Florence Scovel Shinn)

“The present medical profession is sadly hampered because of its own beliefs. Often it operates as a framework in which poor health and disease are not only accepted as normal, but the concepts behind them strengthened.

The naming and labeling of ‘diseases’ is a harmful practice that to a large extent denies the innate mobility and ever changing quality of the psyche as expressed in flesh….. The patient…often feels relatively powerless and at the mercy of any stray virus that might come along. The facts are that you choose even the kind of illness that you have according to the nature of your beliefs. You are immune from ill health as long as you believe you are.”

- SETH (The Nature of Personal Reality)