Rhonda Byrne’s The Magic – Magical Health

In October of 2014, I was in the darkest abyss of my life.  After moving from the South of Thailand to the outskirts of Bangkok in a remote province called Ang Thong, I was unbelievably depressed.  With all signs of hate being directed towards me and my new potential school, I was in desperate need of seeking out other work – preferably towards the city.

I met a university student who wanted to go to the bookstore, and while I was there, I went to the self-development section of the store and found a book called ‘The Magic’ by Rhonda Byrne. Having already bought the book and the movie titled The Secret, I was enthused about reading her second installment.

There’s a specific chapter within the book, which is about being grateful and following each step for forty-days, and it entails about being grateful for your health.

Our health is the most precious thing in life.  Without it, we can’t function probably, yet we take it for granted.  When you’re sick, all you want to do is feel better.  Nothing else matters in the world.  I got Pharnxgitis and Bronchitis at the same time back in early 2009 during a relationship fallout, and the only thing on my mind was getting better.  I didn’t care about what had happened the past few weeks with my soon-to-be-ex girlfriend or anything. However, when I got better, the first thing to do was to talk to her, which was the biggest mistake.  (LOL)

Anyways, there’s a simple method in my podcast which you can use to give thanks back to your health and really bless your entire being, because the body and mind are magnificent machines that operate in harmony to keep us going.

Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/12179893

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