Abraham-Hicks Discussion Home
 Search       Members   Calendar   Help   Home 
Search by username
Not logged in - Login | Register 

Abe and Nursing
 Moderated by: Marc, Leslie, David  
 New Topic   Reply   Print 
AuthorPost
michaelb
Guest
 

Joined: 
Location:  
Posts: 
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Jun 14th, 2008 08:39 pm
 Quote  Reply 
I am a nursing student and I was wondering if any of you have quotes about nursing and medicine.  There is a good amount of resistence in the medical field, has Abe given any advice to nurses and doctors?

Mark James
Member


Joined: Sat May 31st, 2008
Location:  
Posts: 54
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Jun 14th, 2008 09:03 pm
 Quote  Reply 
  Awesome question, my friend is a nurse, and I just borrowed him my copy of 'The Secret' so I'll be keeping an eye on this thread with eagar anticipation.

Jody1
Moderator


Joined: Thu Jul 5th, 2007
Location: Where Life Is FUN
Posts: 4249
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 12:15 am
 Quote  Reply 
Oh my goodness, this is one of the things Abraham talks about most, and at most workshops there is at least one doctor, nurse, or other medical practitioner asking how to use the teachings in their practice.  Abraham has said so much on this over the years I'm sure some of our wonderful Abraham quoters will provide some nuggets.  I will just say here that in general Abraham's advice to medical doctors and nurses is to remember that every physical manifestation is nothing more than an indicator of vibration.  DIS-EASE.  In other words, a pinching off, or turning away from wellness.  There is no source of disease, only a wellspring of wellbeing, and when there is "dis-ease" it is because we've cut off the flow (partly) of this well being.  So the best thing a doctor can ask a patient (or a nurse) is "what has been bothering you?" (emotionally, not physically) and to point the person toward the vibrational cause of the indicator.  And of course they talk so much about "healing" being about seeing the person in their wellness, and not about focusing on the illness!  I think for a nurse in a Western traditional setting, this is the best advice.  Just to hold to the story that person would want to tell about himself, rather than do too much noticing or focusing on "what is".  Of course you are right Michael when you way the medical field has a good amount of resistance, but noticing this will hold the nurse or doctor in that resistance. 
This is just the tip of the iceberg  - as I said, Abe addresses this on a regular basis.  Does anyone have Washington DC October 2007? There was a physician on the hotseat and it was a wonderful interaction!  It would be great if someone has it and they could tell us something about that one.  Also, September 2007 in Boston, there was a chiropractor in the hotseat and that interaction has excellent implications for nurses and doctors as well.  It was really really excellent!
Great question Michael!
::bow
Jody

Spirit Girl
Member
 

Joined: Sat May 26th, 2007
Location:  
Posts: 22
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 06:15 am
 Quote  Reply 
The medical profession only has as much resistance as is seen by the patient.

Abraham's advice on all other situations can be used by doctor's and nurses. just to name a few thoughts.
  • Accept each person where they are
  • vibrate yourself to a place they wish to go or to feel safe to feel better.
  • seek a better feeling place for yourself and patients will feel it too.
  • etc....
It's common for the Dr's and RN's to try and find and better feeling place for the patient. Honestly we don't want to dwell on the pain, just like abraham. We are into helping the person get to a place of feeling better. Frequently it's the patient who resists. More and more we know the emotions and feelings affect everything .

As a nurse for many years  and now a student of Abraham. I realize I've been following Abraham for years and using it in my practice on an individual level. I see many Dr's and nurses do the same.

ZuZusPetals
Member


Joined: Thu Feb 7th, 2008
Location: Pennsylvania USA
Posts: 18
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 06:23 am
 Quote  Reply 
I am a nurse.  I work in dialysis doing acute treatments in hospitals when people are inpatients.  In my work atmosphere I see many people who are very disconnected.  Many times when they are able to converse with me I will ask them how they are feeling and direct my questions toward the "emotional feeling" not the "physical feeling"  Some are receptive many are not. 

My main focus at work is to see them as well.  If they are close to transitioning which many are I send them vibrations of calmness and peacefullness.  I talk to their inner being vibrationaly and tell them it is ok and I am just here to be with them for the next 4 hours and they are loved. 

I gave up a long time ago resisting the system.  I go to work, do my job, am very conscious how "I" feel and leave it all there.  I dont bring anything home with me. 

Many of the nurses I work with love to go over and over all the horrible things we are forced to do to these poor people.  If I am in that situation I just hum silently to myself, nod my head if someone is looking at me so they thing I am listening but I am very successfull at not getting too involved. 

One nurse in peticular knows of my beliefs and mocks me all of the time.  She is extremely disconnected and looks for anything and everything bad to happen to her.  She gets very upset when she has a bad day and I have a smooth day.  She also gets very upset when I have a more emotionaly charged day and I dont get upset.  She has said to me "well, all you positive thing really did not help you today did it"   I just smile and say nothing.  Because I am thankfull for the contrast because it just helps me to know what I want.

I really feel I help many many people with my vibrations much more than I do with the actual physical work I do. 

Just "feel" you way through it. 

Kim

 



michaelb
Guest
 

Joined: 
Location:  
Posts: 
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 07:08 am
 Quote  Reply 
Thank You all for your wonderful answers.  Many of you are saying things that I have already thought.  You have to love your inner being.  I am looking forward to a few great quotes. 

CarolSmile
Member


Joined: Tue May 15th, 2007
Location: Elgin, Texas USA
Posts: 1559
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 08:28 am
 Quote  Reply 
Michael, you will make an amazing nurse, because you will understand that there is merit WHEREVER there is belief in healing. You will know how to soothe the symptoms while soothing the spirit of your patients.

All is well!

I Am,
Carol::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts

JoyfulProvocateur
Member


Joined: Fri Jun 13th, 2008
Location: USA
Posts: 5
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jun 15th, 2008 11:07 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Hi, Michael!

As promised.  :) I apologize about this taking a day, but lil' J was about a month overdue for a day out of the house, so I hopped in the river, flung my oars over the side, threw my arms up high and roooooooooode not-so-gently-but-ooooh-so-merrily down the stream!

...till about 2am.  Hee!  :D  And guess what landed in my boat while I was out, too?  A fabulous, colorful, inspiring, mmmm, delicious deck of Abraham Well-Being cards from the bookstore!  My guy found 'em and surprised me.  I LOVE SURPRISES!  (I love him too!)

H'okay, quotes!

"What is it that you are worried about?" is the best question relative to any illness.
When you give them a well known remedy, and they believe in the remedy, or they believe in you, then the remedy puts them in a more state of allowing than they've been relative to that particular symptom, so they can get recovery. But then they just turn right around and create something else because you have only soothed their belief relative to that disease. You haven't soothed their belief relative to whatever it was that caused it to begin with. So what you might say to them is, "This remedy is for your headache, but I don't have that kind of a remedy for the worry that you've got going on. <snip>...You've got to deal with the worry if you want any longstanding wellbeing."
Help them make the correlation between what they're getting and how they've been feeling.

--- Quotes from 01/12/08 San Diego, CA

A physician talking about his role in the well being of his patients describes himself as being at his best in his role when he is in total alignment with his IB.  Abraham agrees and says the following:

So you have a client who has an opinion about where they stand in relationship to what they want, and you know <snip> ...that your role is to get over there where they really are and call them over there from your place of knowing and expectation. But you see them resistant in coming. <snip> So you seek information that you can give to them that makes them begin to believe. <snip> It's not them believing that brings you into vibrational alignment with you. It's you believing they can believe that brings them into vibrational alignment with you.
You must see them as well before they can be.
What medicine is really looking for is not a cure. It's looking for the vibrational cause.
The larger part of you is over here knowing their potential, and then you are just building some bridges so that they can know it too.
--- Quotes from 06/09/07 Boulder, CO

These are just a few, and I've snipped out a few things to get straight to the points, but Abraham expands greatly upon the role of the medical professional in the well being of those that come to them for help.  In fact, and others above have already mentioned this, it is indeed something Abraham speaks of very greatly - if not directly, then in indirect information that can be turned toward this field specifically.

My mother has Alzheimer's, and it is because of Abraham's teachings, and my constant desire to try to work them into our lives together, that we are still the very best of friends, and even closer together now than ever before.  Actually, she's had some improvements lately.  :D  I'm wanting, at some point soon, to make a post about some of the techniques and "tricks" that I've been using in particular, but I need to wrap this post up before I get thrown out for being verbose! <snicker>

Much love, Michael.  You will be a truly powerful healer, and I am already in awe of the magnificent being you are and will become.  When I find other stuff, I'll send it along.

-JP

michaelb
Guest
 

Joined: 
Location:  
Posts: 
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Tue Jun 17th, 2008 08:22 pm
 Quote  Reply 
Thanks a million.  Those are great quotes.  I love how they can show you how to feel better about any subject.  Much love to you!

CharlieB
Member
 

Joined: Tue Jan 22nd, 2008
Location:  
Posts: 12
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Fri Jun 27th, 2008 04:01 pm
 Quote  Reply 
JoyfulProvocateur wrote:
My mother has Alzheimer's, and it is because of Abraham's teachings, and my constant desire to try to work them into our lives together, that we are still the very best of friends, and even closer together now than ever before.  Actually, she's had some improvements lately.  :D  I'm wanting, at some point soon, to make a post about some of the techniques and "tricks" that I've been using in particular, but I need to wrap this post up before I get thrown out for being verbose! <snicker>



Oh, please, JoyfulProvocateur - when you get a chance could you post the tips and techniques you mentioned? I'm going through the same thing.

 

Lucy
Member


Joined: Thu Oct 18th, 2007
Location: Paris, France
Posts: 916
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Fri Jun 27th, 2008 04:40 pm
 Quote  Reply 
ZuZusPetals wrote: I help many many people with my vibrations much more than I do with the actual physical work I do. 

Wow, these medical nurses are very tuned in and tapped on! I have loved and celebrated this thread! You guys are great! Woooooooooooo hooooooooooooo! Talk about the call of source!


 Current time is 03:08 pm


 

 




Powered by WowBB 1.7 - Copyright © 2003-2006 Aycan Gulez