This healing method focuses on the spiritual body, or, more accurately, on the mind’s active decision to choose to focus on the connection with the spiritual body, instead of an identification with the ego. The term “attitudinal” refers to our life’s attitude regarding critical questions such as “What am I?”, “What is my life’s purpose?”, “How should I see people around me?”.
The presumption of Attitudinal Healing is that the inner attitude of your mental body (the mind), is key to how healthy you experience yourself to be. An attitude of separation, judgment (meaning: condemnation), fear and negative emotions (collectively identified as mindlessness) invite physical symptoms to appear, through the energetic body. On the other hand, an attitude of kindness, oneness, non-judgment, love, peace, and positive emotions (collectively identified as mindfulness) invite the experience of wholeness, of total health and oneness. The form of the physical symptoms is quite irrelevant according to this method. A deep, genuine attitudinal shift from fear to love can potentially cure both a simple flue as well as terminal cancer. This is because, according to Attitudinal Healing, the problem behind each symptom is essentially the same: the choice for separation and condemnation. This one problem asks for one solution: a choice for oneness and love.