Turning that Sickness Into Healing

Sickness vs Wellness Medicine Part 4 of 4

In this final chapter of my blog, I have to take my hat off to you for being open to change. Most people find it easier to stay the same. Staying the same always ends up with things as status quo or more often worst than prior.

As we know, our health cannot really take much more!

Sometimes, in this journey of healing, we find that decisions we made before may not serve us anymore.

I can think of countless clients that I have been blessed to work with, who discovered that their decision to take on a challenging job position was only harming them. Sometimes in the course of this work of internal, self-healing, we find that our health is just an offshoot or a projection of what is going on in the rest of our lives.

If our lives are completely balance & easy, then we will not get sick and end up in the doctor’s office! If all was stable and fun, we wouldn’t be constantly sick with the flu and exhausted. If we felt balanced, we would be thrilled and excited about our home and work life, and this excitement would keep our immune system strong!

More often than not, however, we do not realize how un-balanced our lives are. Many of us were raised to believe that the more we work the better! If we work harder and longer hours, do overtime and skip lunch – then we would get the accolades of
‘The most supreme worker.’ I’ve always been reminded that even when we die, the work load will still be there!

And when we die, there are no people lined up waiting for us to ask us to sign a work order or do overtime. In reality, we all take on too much! And, often it is only when we get ‘sick’ or overwhelmed that we realize that this imbalance was playing havoc for months or years prior.

You do not have to wait till the bucket overfills and we end up purely exhausted and defeated. In fact, you do not have to wait until this becomes your norm. It is really about you enjoying the moment now and really loving every moment of your days, your work, your family and your life.

In order to get to that point of completely being in love with your life, personal work needs to take place to set the ground-work for this transformation.

You may have to make shifts at home, at work or even in your relationship with yourself to really find that balance.

As you do this, you will find your diet changes, how you feel about yourself changes & you may even find that you are keener to exercise, get outside and take the dog for a walk! Huge changes start to manifest once you put yourself first.

Welcome to the first day of your new life! I always remind myself that I do not need to wait for New Year’s Eve to start a new habit.

New habits and feeling alive can start any day. Perhaps your day is today.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to just do one thing for you today?
Wouldn’t it be amazing to eat healthy, sleep well and exercise because you wanted to not because you had to?

I am so excited for you, because with these tips, I know from all of my experience you are starting a brand new path that will open countless doors for you! Welcome to the New You of complete and ultimate health!

Sickness vs Wellness Medicine Part 1 of 4

Sickness vs Wellness Medicine Part 2 of 4

Sickness vs Wellness Medicine Part 3 of 4

About Dr. Divi


Dr. Divi Chandna MD, has been practicing family medicine for 20 years. She is also certified as a mind-body medicine coach, medical intuitive and meditation teacher. Dr. Divi believes that it is time to expand the spectrum of healing and helps clients source the reason for their illness. She works with clients to get to the root cause of their dis-ease, not just treating symptoms of their disease. Dr. Divi is passionate about her work, teaches classes, writes books, works privately with clients and loves to inform and educate! You can look her up at www.drdivi.com to learn more about her practice. Dr. Divi offers teleseminars ,workshops, and audio products to help patients take a proactive approach to their health.

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