Why do we get sick / suffer injuries / have accidents?

For every human illness, injury or accident, I believe that there is a spiritual component that comes from within self. The spiritual component is the result of our thoughts, attitudes, emotions, belief systems and desires (TAEBSD). It is these that make us who we are ~ they create our physical reality ~ they either raise or lower our personal vibrational frequency.

Thoughts |  Attitudes  |  Emotions  |  Belief Systems  |  Desires


You may be wondering how our thoughts could possibly affect our physical bodies. After all, they’re invisible and nobody hears them, right? While it’s true that no other humans hear our thoughts (unless we actually say them out loud) our body pays attention to them, and our body reacts to them. How?

The nervous system

Science has linked each vertebra of our spinal column to the various areas of the body. As Gray’s Anatomy, 29th Ed, page 4, states, “The nervous system controls and coordinates all organs and structures of the human body.” The nervous system transmits the brain’s messages throughout the body.

Each and every time we have a certain TAEBSD, it is transmitted via the spinal cortex to the spinal column and outward from there to the vertebra responsible for the particular area of the body that is affected by the particular thought, attitude, emotion, belief system or desire.

Sometimes the result of having a particular thought is almost immediate (as with accidents and injuries); other times the outcome may not happen for days (as with certain illnesses); and some habitual thought patterns can take years to manifest in physical (as with chronic diseases). Eventually though, our TAEBSD will catch up with us.

Here’s an example:

Physically, the first cervical vertebra (C1) is linked to “Blood supply to the head, pituitary gland, scalp bones of the face, brain, inner & middle ear, sympathetic nervous system”.

The spiritual component of problems with C1 is “Incongruous belief systems”; in other words, belief systems that disagree with one another; for example, believing that one’s caregiver(s) is or was a saint, yet knowing that she or he really wasn’t. The effect of a constant flow of energy of a belief system that one knows to be false creates weakness in the vertebra, ultimately creating a number of physical ailments ranging from an inability to pay attention to the matter at hand, to a chronic failure to experience feeling peace or calm, to chronic ear problems, to constant headaches, to hormonal imbalances, and many more.

What can be done?

As science begins to catch up with this concept, humanity will benefit in many ways. Unfortunately though, it is likely to take a long time. After all, no one likes to hear that their belief system is wrong, and no one likes to hear that they themselves have any negative thoughts, attitudes or emotions.

In the meantime, we will continue to evolve and eventually, I believe, come to the realization that our thoughts, attitudes, emotions, belief systems and desires are the true creators of conditions on Planet Earth. Then the real work will begin.


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