Want Proof? Mind and Body are One!
People have been talking about a new movie called “Split”. One of the reasons is the director is M. Night Shyamalan. “M” is not known for his musical comedies! So, if you go to see this movie be prepared to be scared out of your wits!
Another reason this movie is getting a lot of attention is because of the amazing performance by actor James McAvoy. His character is a man suffering from multiple personality disorder.
In a recent interview, McAvoy talked about some of the multiple personality cases on record. In one individual, when one personality was present, this person was totally blind, complete with no eye-movement of any kind. Yet, when another personality was present this personality had perfect vision and this transformation took place in a matter of minutes.
There have been recorded cases of multiple personalities existing within one person for roughly 200 years, each with their own identity and each with their own set of physical conditions.
By this time, you might be wondering why I’m writing about multiple personalities! Well here it is. If anyone is still on the fence about the mind-body connection, this particular phenomena should get them to rethink things!
For me, this is absolute verification of the mind-body relation ship! I first learned about this some years ago, and I have been working with it ever since. (When you find out that it’s possible to see into the future, and into the past, you naturally begin wondering what else the human mind can do!)
Fortunately, you don’t have to suffer from what is called “dissociative personality disorder” today to make use of the mind-body connection. Many authors are writing about it. One of the easiest ways to begin is the classic a book titled “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay. Another author who is coming at it from a different direction is Bruce Lipton. His book “The Biology of Belief” looks at the subject from more scientific approach.
And finally, at last, the medical community has come up with a systematic way to investigate this phenomena. Take a look at a recent article in the New York Times for more information.