“Remember that you are strong, and your body is even stronger, and it will heal.“
This past week I have been healing my finger with Lemon Juice, Celery Juice, leafy greens, sweet potatoes, oranges, zinc and B12, and icing it, sitting out in the sunshine when I could, and consuming tons of fruits and veggies. Moving my finger around to make sure blood and lymp are moving through it and to help get feeling back on some of my finger. Making sure I get plenty of sleep because, it’s an important piece with any healing. And believing that I can heal has helped me to create a positive mindset. Doing daily meditations has helped me to be more calm in situations and more calm around my healing.
Needless to say, I am doing great! My finger has come a long way since a week ago. I still have some pain if i rub it up against something. As well as there are some spots where I can’t feel anything on my finger, but I expect the feeling in my finger to come back in time. Things do take time so make sure during any healing process that you don’t rush it. Be patient and have compassion for yourself. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Remember that you are strong, and your body is even stronger, and it will heal. With that being said I did start my period this week which does take a toll on my body, since a lot of the immune system is sent to help with my menstrual cycle. (MM Info) As long as I have compassion and self love for myself, my body will heal itself.
I am grateful for the doctor who stitched me up, the stitches did keep my skin from flapping around. But I am very proud that I didn’t take any advil, or put neosporin on it. Your body has more healing power than you realize. Your immune system is so much smarter than anything out there and it will help you. Remember to be true to yourself, no matter what happens. I am grateful for all of the healing tools available to me and all of the information out there on how to heal naturally. Fruits and vegetables work when you know how to use them. I am doing better than I was a week ago, even better than yesterday, and I make sure to keep moving forward. Until next week