Your overall path

Clear Path to Healing provides you with the resources and the support you need to create and work a plan to help you heal holistically. You’re more than a physical body. You’re a body, a mind, a series of emotions, and a soul.

To heal properly and completely, to reverse and correct the source of your health issues, you need to heal whatever is off balance in each of these areas. You need to address all the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects that caused your illness or discomfort or pain to heal properly.

Your plan can include medical methods of healing as well as complementary methods, also known as alternative or holistic methods of healing. You should always consult your doctor or other medical practitioners to help you with your health problems.

Whatever you decide to do, your Clear Path to Healing includes an overall path you can take to make critical decisions for your health. We suggest including the following steps as a simple overall path to begin with:

  1. Commit to yourself
  2. Carefully Select your resources
    1. Medical community
    2. Alternative/Natural Health/Holistic community
  3. Develop your support system
  4. Create a daily plan
  5. Give it all you’ve got (work your plan)

Our vision for you at Clear Path to Healing is to help you focus on all the above except selecting your medical community. Know that all the steps above apply to both your medical path and your path to natural health.

Your path to natural health

1. Commit to yourself

When is the last time you accomplished something big in your life? Something significant? Maybe it was going to college or tackling a specialized course. Maybe you started a weight loss or other self-improvement program. Did you buy a new house or find the perfect apartment? Move to a new city? Land the perfect job?

Whatever you accomplished, think back to what you did in the very beginning—the first step. Can you see that to succeed you had to take the first step—commitment? You had to commit to whatever it was you were about to do. And a lot of significant accomplishments include a commitment to yourself first.

Let’s take an example. You decided you wanted to lose weight. This goal may have been in the back of your mind for quite a while before you decided to start a program.

One day your clothes started to feel tight. It was a little disconcerting, but not enough to cause real concern. You kept up with your hectic life and either didn’t notice the weight was adding on or you pushed it out of your mind.

One day your best friend, out of concern, pointed out that your health was going to suffer if you didn’t start thinking about the 50 pounds you put on in the last few years.

That same day you paused for a long time at home to look at yourself in your full-length mirror. Your heart sank thinking how much older you looked. Studying every inch of your body you weren’t pleased. In fact, you were completely discouraged. Tons of emotions poured out and you hit the breaking point, realizing you had to do something to get back in shape—to return to your former, healthier self.

You made a commitment that day. A commitment to yourself.

If you tried losing weight before but didn’t succeed, think about it—it was because your commitment wasn’t strong enough to see you through. Just like any other task you take on, losing weight takes a strong desire to make every day count to accomplish a series of weight loss goals.

Yes, you must have a solid plan to lose weight. But the plan is secondary to the commitment. Without the commitment, it won’t matter what plan or diet you choose. Without the commitment you won’t stick with the plan and you won’t succeed.

To commit to yourself is the number one step. And that commitment must remain strong through the entire process to ensure you reach your goal. Anything that weakens your commitment, including letting yourself go off the diet for a few days and beginning feeling that it’s too hard to change your eating habits, can begin to derail your commitment and the whole process.

Reinforce your commitment

To keep your commitment to yourself, it’s important to keep reinforcing it every day—and every time something happens to deter you from your plan.

2. Carefully select your resources

There are so many choices, so many offerings, and not all of them are real. It can be daunting when you first start looking for the best solutions for your health. It can take a combination of deep research, discrimination, and intuition to choose the path you want to take.

You’ll begin to see a pattern here at Clear Path. I like to remind myself to keep complex topics simple. It’s partly a result of my training, but I also earned the badge of simplicity from my natural tendency to make things complex.

It’s my original nature to delve into everything thoroughly before making any important decision. I had to gather all the options first, research each one to the point where I could compare the pros and cons of all the options, and then select the path I want to take.

That’s a great rational way of making decisions but guess what? This approach doesn’t always lead to the best answer. Sometimes you can’t take the time to research every option and you might miss the best one. Other times your research or your discrimination, or your intuition might be off. Besides, sometimes the best laid plans just don’t always come through.

You’ll learn more about me as we go, and you can read about some of how I came to develop Clear Path to Healing here [about section], but as I walked the labyrinth of my health, I was led to the right people and the right healing methodologies that were powerful enough for me to want to share with others.

That’s why you’re reading this now—you’re here because you were led in my direction so you can experiment and decide for yourself whether some key answers are here to help you regain your health.

There is a path—I’ve made it a clear path you can follow to return to balance. Your body—actually your whole self which is far more than your body—is out of balance when you have health problems. You need to get your balance back. In my experience, the methods I’ve brought together to heal have worked not only for me but for countless millions of others throughout history.

I’m sharing them with you because I believe in them. I believe in them not just because I’ve used them for myself and used them to help others overcome illness and pain. But I believe in them because they’ve been tested through time by others who have used them successfully to regain their health.

To keep it simple, this isn’t the place to elaborate on the methods. You can continue reading the blog further to learn more, and if you like what you read you can join our free Clear Path Membership to learn even more and to create a plan to put into action to regain your own balance, health, and peace of mind.

3. Develop your support system

Why is a support system an important part of your healing or recovery program? It goes back to your commitment to yourself. You’ll remember I said it’s important to reinforce your commitment every day throughout your program to make sure you stay on track. Too many things in our far too busy lives can derail our commitment to get healthy.

You might just get too busy and feel like you can’t stay with the program. You might become discouraged by reaching a plateau you can’t get beyond or even by regressing or relapsing a bit. You might get overconfident, feeling so well that you think it’s okay to slack off a bit—only to realize that wasn’t a great idea.

You’re going to create as simple a program as possible for yourself, but even simple things can be challenging to accomplish. Having a support system can be a godsend to help you stay with the program, especially through any rough spots you reach.

An ideal support system is wide. It includes family and friends, loved ones, new acquaintances, and just as important, people who are on the same ride you’re on.

That’s why our Clear Plan membership includes a community. When you join, you have the option to connect with other members to support each other. You are a wealth of information and experience, just like the other members. You can help each other in so many ways from asking questions to offering helpful tips to providing moral support along the way. It’s everybody’s option to participate, but the opportunity is there for you to decide.

Don’t forget, me and the other healers and experts who will eventually join us to provide healing and expertise are also here to serve as valuable resources who can help you by shining a light on your path and leading the way.

4. Create a daily plan

When you’ve gathered all your resources and made some decisions on what to do, it’s time to simplify again! We all know how hectic our lives can be. Sometimes it feels like there’s no escaping everything we have to do.

But we’re also armed now with our very strong, important commitment to ourselves. And that commitment is going to add some new responsibilities to our daily lives. Don’t worry, they’ll be enjoyable and sometimes even fun responsibilities, but some of them will require time.

When you’re healing, no matter what your health challenge is, whether it’s physical, mental, or emotional, it will take some lifestyle adjustments to carry out your healing plan. When I say healing plan, I’m not talking about medical methods you may be using. You’ll have a plan for those, too. I’m referring to your path to natural health, which is what Clear Path to Healing helps you with.

You’ll need to set some priorities for yourself. You’ll want to look at all the things you do in a day, in a week, in a month, and determine where you can cut corners, and what you can eliminate to get some balance in your life. You’ll start by eliminating things that are harmful to your health. It’s part of your commitment. You’ll look at the new habits and other things you want to add into your routine, and you’ll come up with a doable plan that will ensure you meet your health goals.

You can take baby steps when needed. And we’ll all ask you never to beat yourself up because you didn’t do everything exactly as you planned. It’s a process, and the process needs to be enjoyable to support your healing. Your Clear Path membership will be a lifesaver to help you create and stick to a daily plan for healing.

5. Give it all you’ve got

Give it everything, but keep it simple so you can give it everything! Plan your work and work your plan—it’s that simple. Day by day you can experience improvement. Every improvement will spur you on to do what it takes to create the next improvement.

Any setbacks will become opportunities to think of the setbacks as either part of the process, or indications that we need to adjust our course a bit.

When a setback is part of the process, it’s because sometimes symptoms will feel a little worse before they’re resolved, we get a breakthrough, and they feel better. This is true when any type of healing is happening. When the energy starts to work out a problem, the problem gets agitated, and it can make itself known. Think of how a scab can become very itchy during the healing process.

When a setback indicates a need to adjust course, it’s simply a reminder that we got off track a bit or it might mean we need to look closer at adjusting our plan. Either way, it’s an opportunity to correct, a motivation to hone our clear path for improvement.

Together with your commitment to yourself, the methods you selected to work with, your robust support system, and your daily plan, you’ve got everything you need to succeed. Now all you have to do is work your simple plan and watch your progress!