It’s time to change our ideas and beliefs about what happens as these bodies of ours move through the “time” of these lives that we have here as human beings.
And ideas about birthdays.
So very much research now, in certain circles anyway — Dr. Joe Dispenza; Dr. Bruce Lipton; many more — showing how our beliefs, our states of consciousness, our thoughts about what we think we are subject to or victims of or affected by in our environment or in our geneology, how all of those sorts of things are absorbed by every cell in our bodies and acted upon accordingly by those cells and the bodily systems that they are part of.
We keep records and notice one day that the body that we have is forty years old and that it yeah, sure enough, displays many of the characteristics of what we have thought and have been told a forty-year-old should look like and how it should behave and feel. If, on that same day, we were to begin believing otherwise, with some other pictures and paradigms and feelings and intentions and some gladness about how well this body works and appreciation for all of the miracles that occur in all of its systems every moment, the cells would react to those thoughts and beliefs and much within the body would set out on a different course of how it manages the processing of the energies that come into every part of the body. The “aging process” that we are told to believe is going on will be noticeably and sometimes dramatically slowed, can almost stop functioning.
Change your posture. Stop believing that you need a flu shot. Stop believing that you’re going to have cancer because one of your grandparents did. Stop believing that your muscles have to become weaker with aging and that your stamina has to decrease. Change some eating habits and some exercise habits. As soon as your cells get the message about how you have changed how you think you are and how you will be becoming, they will start creating that new model of you.
And how about birthdays being celebrations of, yeah, just what the word says — the BIRTH day? Celebrate that this person was BORN! That this person is HERE, is here NOW, and that we get to live with them and they are a wonderful addition to our lives and to this human group that’s on this planet now. Never mind the number of years the person has been here. Probably just supports all the beliefs about how much the body has probably “aged” by this time. Just make a lot of joy and gladness about that person’s life and goodness, that they were born and that they are a magnificent human being.