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I was diagnosed Celiac back in 2009...I'm very sensitive. My roommate brought gluten in the house and I've been sick for two weeks. I went around yesterday wiping everything down with disinfectant so I hopefully will start to feel better now.

 

However, I've always believed in manifesting your own reality and The Secret and The Magic, Ask and it is Given...creating and continually manifesting my world purposefully. I believe in it wholeheartedly yet when it comes to Celiac and digestion and IBS...I have a contradiction...at what point did I ask to have celiac disease and at what point can I now reverse it through positive affirmations and creating my own reality.

 

I struggle with this because I've continually sent out positive thoughts around my digestion, my healing, my normal bowel movements even! Does anyone else also have this internal struggle? With everything else it works wonders, I practice gratitude every day around all aspects of my life and see the results every single day around all aspects but this one.

 

Thoughts?

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My thoughts? Try reality.

 

I don't mean to sound harsh, but celiac is a real, physical disease. Everybody, and I do mean everybody, has something to contend with.  We can't wish it away. We deal with it. The way we deal with it can strengthen us and make us better people, or it can weaken us and put us into a world of denial and wishful thinking.

 

I have faith in God, but I don't ask Him to deliver me from my ailments, I ask him to give me strength to deal with them, and I thank Him that they are not worse. And when the time comes that I DO have worse to deal with (an inevidability in this life), I will handle it in the same way.

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I was diagnosed Celiac back in 2009...I'm very sensitive. My roommate brought gluten in the house and I've been sick for two weeks. I went around yesterday wiping everything down with disinfectant so I hopefully will start to feel better now.

 

However, I've always believed in manifesting your own reality and The Secret and The Magic, Ask and it is Given...creating and continually manifesting my world purposefully. I believe in it wholeheartedly yet when it comes to Celiac and digestion and IBS...I have a contradiction...at what point did I ask to have celiac disease and at what point can I now reverse it through positive affirmations and creating my own reality.

 

I struggle with this because I've continually sent out positive thoughts around my digestion, my healing, my normal bowel movements even! Does anyone else also have this internal struggle? With everything else it works wonders, I practice gratitude every day around all aspects of my life and see the results every single day around all aspects but this one.

 

Thoughts?

 

 

As this topic has nothing to do with Super Sensitivity, I have moved it here.  it seems to be more of a topic about coping/accepting a Celiac diagnosis.  I will caution that we don't want this to become a religious discussion/argument/bashing.  We are good so far.

 

My thought on the OP's question - Celiac disease isn't likely to be reversed.  I think the fact that you are "sending out thoughts" to try to reverse it is actually negative.  Rather than sending thoughts to be strong and heal and have the strength (physical and mental) to deal with what you have, you are sending negative thoughts of "why me?" "I must be able to get rid of this".

 

Maybe an example, because I am finding this hard to explain?

 

Let's say I don't like my skin color.  Sending messages like "make my skin darker" isn't positive & healing.  Its really me saying "I am ugly" or "my skin is bad" or "I hate my freckles".  That isn't positive.  I have to accept that skin color isn't something I can change.  Celiac disease is not something you can change.  But you can change your attitude toward it.

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My favourite fortune cookie says, "Acceptance is the key to happiness." I take that to mean that there are some things in my life that I can not change and accepting that and working with it will make me applied than if I fight it i just turned forty, I would rather be thirty but nothing is going to change it so I embrace it instead. There are other things I can change, and I change them. I want to lose about twenty pounds, I can change that but I accept that it will be work.

Best wishes.

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There are some medical conditions you get rid of, this isn't one of them. You can heal the damage done to your body, but you will forever live your life with the fact that if you eat gluten, you will have an autoimmune reaction and cause new damage. I agree very much with what Karen said. You need to focus on healing and overcoming the challenges this presents to you. No amount of wishful thinking will make your Ford a Lamborghini, you can't change the color of the walls by willing it, and your hair doesn't change color because you want it to. These things all require a person taking action to make changes in their life. If you want your life with celiac to be better, you're going to have to make it better which you should certainly do, because it's going to be the rest of your life.

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I don't think anyone asked to have Celiac Disease.  And as others have said - you can't wish it away.  That said, I do believe that having a positive attitude can help the healing process.  But you have to be realistic.  For example, a positive attitude won't keep you from getting sick if you eat gluten.  But a positive attitude can help you heal faster and feel better overall and can help you better deal with the disease that you have.

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My boyfriend and I had a discussion about The Secret over the weekend. I believe in it, to an extent. I believe that good energy and vibrations attracts more good. However, that brings about the question "Why do bad things happen to good people?" My answer - sometimes things just happen, and that is outside of our control. However, we can use our positive energy to make the best out of an unwanted situation. I find that having faith in something raises our spirits, which does have a positive effect on the body (think about how stress affects the body and how meditation heals).

 

Celiac cannot be wished away. I do not believe that we necessarily attracted a genetic disease, and by no means did anyone want to have this. Now let's say that your Celiac trigger was extreme stress - the book may argue that the stress you did not take care attracted a more serious condition. But some people's Celiac is triggered through other things like child birth or illness (I think mono was mine), which are completely natural things. Did I attract Celiac when I had mono and was resting and taking very good care of myself? I don't think so. Sometimes things just happen.

 

What we CAN do, however, think good and healing thoughts while putting forward action (learning about Celiac, how to keep ourselves safe, and implementing precautions). And I'm sure you will start to feel better. The more you resent this disease, the unhappier you will be. Change your thought process, and the difference will be miraculous.

 

I believe that the book talks about resistance, and how the more you resist something "negative" the more it will come to you. I think that is what you are doing by trying to reverse your Celiac. Instead, why not accept it and continue sending healing thoughts? It is a part of you now. Work with your body.

 

I think affirmations are great! Some good positive affirmation ideas:

 

My body is healing.

 

My body is finally working with me.

 

I am becoming the healthiest and best version of myself.

 

I am becoming more available to my work and loved ones by becoming healthier.

 

I am making a positive change in my life.

 

I feel so good!

 

I accept myself completely, exactly the way I am.

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