In my early years in medicine, I used to think that one size fit all. I used to be in the Western model of medicine, where we match the symptom with a drug.
I’m Dr. Keesha Ewers, and I’ve helped lots of people figure out the root cause to their health problems by getting out of that paradigm.
Once, when I was at work in the Intensive Care Unit, I had a patient come in who was in his 30s, and it was his birthday. His father had died at his same age of a heart attack, and this man was frightened that he was going to die of a heart attack. Sure enough, he had a heart attack that night on his birthday. His fear was so powerful. That is one thing that makes us sick.
Here’s a hot tip. If you feel that you’re going to get something, and you perseverate and think about it all the time, it might just come true. If you think about a fear you’re having and it is impossible to get rid of it, get the courage to move through the middle of it.
Winston Churchill said, “When you’re in the middle of hell, you don’t sit down and rest. You want to keep moving.” So, remember, courage is not the absence of fear. It’s the willingness to move through the center of it. Fear makes us sick. Fear and love cannot co-exist together.
If you’re having a fear, take a deep breath. Breathe down into your belly. – Tweet this!
When you try this, you’ll find out you can’t be tense and a have relaxed belly. It’s a great tip.
Please, let me know what your biggest challenge is. I would like to be able to support you in the best way I can.
Dr. Keesha Ewers
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