Cause is not a question that actually has any relevance,
especially when wanting to heal and be healthy. The
question most people think they need an answer to is
what is the cause of their this or that? Many people
pay it lip service, but what is cause really? Going
with the bucket analogy, what is the cause of one of
the symptoms or diseases not being covered by water,
or being expressed? Could it be that water is leaking
out of the bucket through the holes? Which hole is the
"cause" of the symptoms or disease being expressed?
That is kind of a trick question.
It is not just one hole that causes a symptom or disease
to be expressed. All the holes lead to the decreased
level of water. Or, said another way, there is not just
one cause to any symptom or disease. In fact, everything
you did or didn't do up to that point in your life has
some role in the symptoms or disease you are expressing.
Most people are looking for a cause, and no one ever
stopped to question if there even was only one cause
. . . until now. The cause, if you really need to have
one, is a lack of health.
To get people to immediately stop looking for the one
cause that doesn't exist would be tough. Because looking
for the cause of something is so engrained into our
thinking, into our very way of automatic reaction, that
stopping the never-ending quest for "cause"
immediately is like expecting a huge semi truck to stop
instantly, even though it is going down the highway
at 70 miles per hour (120 km/h).
With one little change, two little words, the track
that most people head down when looking for the cause
would be much more effective. That is, switching one's
frame of mind from looking for the cause to looking
for the major contributing factors, because some things
contribute more to certain symptoms and disease than
others. Some contribute more directly, other less directly.
Switching to looking for contributing factors instead
of the cause will make a quantum leap in how effective
the treatment of the symptoms and disease becomes.
That is worth saying again, in BOLD. There is not one
cause to anything. There are infinite amounts of contributing
factors to the symptoms or disease being expressed.
Some contributing factors have a bigger impact than
So if you continue to treat your symptoms and disease,
look for the major contributing factors and eliminate
them. I say this because often people say things like,
I tried quitting eating sugar, and it didn't work (so
they eat sugar again) I tried quitting smoking and that
didn't work (so they are smoking again) I tried exercising
and that didn't work ( so they are not exercising anymore)
etc. etc. People try one thing believing there is "one
cause". And if that 1 thing doesn't work, they
stop doing it or begin doing it again. It is about eliminating
If you continue to look for contributing factors you
must also add to your health. No matter what you do,
the only way to be permanently health is to add to your
health. There is no way around this.
To find out how to add to your health click here.