Are They Problems or Gifts?

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You have held wondrous essential oils in your hands. Do you think that when life hands you problems, trials, and adversity, that you also have a potential gift in your hands?

When we refer to emotional healing or therapy, in many ways some are from the old school–psychiatry, psychology, anger management, neurolinguistics, modified behavior counseling, and many, many more.  Every town has clinics offering ways for you to deal with your emotions and your behavior. Do you need the clinics? Are you throwing away your money?

Endorphins are pain suppressors and ecstasy inducers. Ecstasy is the antidote to a disease- and pain-free body. Pain and disease cannot live or be present in the frequency of ecstasy. Ecstasy is the highest physical vibration of the human body. Why aren’t we there? Why don’t we feel ecstasy 24/7? Because we get caught up in stuff, even though we know we’re not supposed to “sweat the small stuff.” But the stuff becomes bigger and bigger to us.

Psychosomatic–“psycho” means soul; “soma” means body. Can they be separated? No, not until you die. Emotions link mind and body, and the molecules of emotion run every system in your body. Think about it and think about the last time you had a negative emotion or you got upset about something.

For example, you received your Young Living order. You ordered the Essential 7 Kit with extra Joy, but you received ComforTone and ParaFree. What emotion did it create? After the emotion came up inside, how did your stomach feel? Did you stop and say, “Wow! This is a blessing in disguise, because I have been constipated, and the doctor I went to last week said I have parasites”? But we don’t go there, do we? We always go to the negative side first. Folks, as long as we go to the negative side first every time something comes up, how are we going to progress?

Walter Russell made a statement in 1898 or 1901 in a conference and said that you are given problems because there is never a problem without the gift for it in its hands, and you are given problems because you need the gifts. Do we look at the gifts, or do we look at the problems?