ISSUES: “Back To Wholeness”
By Reverend Liz Petipren
I once met a woman
who told that, after her child was born, she had the placenta frozen by a medical service. It was kept in
storage until such time as the child, at any age in life, may need an infusion of blood or nutrients. At that
time the placenta is thawed out and used as a source of life-giving elements, in the pure form the child had
received while in its mother’s womb.
This practice bears
phenomenal spiritual symbolism. All healing, whether physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual, is based upon a
return to our original state of being. Illness and aberration are not natural to us. They are the result of
mingling with thoughts, energies, or entities foreign to us that we adopt and which throw us off course. If we
can get back to what we were before we got mixed up with issues alien to our nature, we can return to our
You may use a similar
method to offset crashes on your computer. Many operating systems contain some version of a “restore point.”
Every now and then when your computer is healthy, it notes the system’s configuration. If the system becomes
infected with a virus, corrupted, or in any way dysfunctional, you can press a button that returns the system to
an earlier marked restore point.This nullifiers all the negative experience the computer has gone through since
Your life, too, has a
restore point, or an unsullied placenta you can return to for healing. Who you were before you got mixed up with
worldly dilemmas remains whole, intact, and able to offer you the healing that less profound methods of
correction cannot achieve.
When you pray,
meditate, or act in alignment with your innate joy, you carve a path to your restore point.
The healing you seek
has not been lost. It is just frozen and waiting to be thawed.
Do you believe you
have drifted too far from well-being to be healed? If so, use this affirmation.
Affirmation: My original wholeness is available to
meI claim it now.