How Billy Meier used the might of the thoughts for dramatic self-healing
Here’s a photograph of Meier and Christian Frehner, taken on August 4, 2018, about one month after Billy’s accident.
Both of them had health problems with their arms, Meier with his shoulder, and Christianwith a heavy infection in the elbow. The black band that bound Meier’s arm to his side is partially visible either side of his bent right arm:
Christian: Additional interesting information. For some time after the accident Billy did not have to wear glasses anymore, i.e. at the time the photo was taken. And also another funny anecdote: During the first days after his accident, when Billy felt itchy at his nose he requested someone to rub his nose because he could make many movements to prevent too much pain. A female CG member got at his nose, but obviously she was reluctant to rub strong enough, and based on his protesting I volunteered and really put some pressure on the handkerchief and strongly rubbed Billy’s nose, to his satisfaction.
You may notice, especially now in this political season, how the politicians are rushing to tell you how they’re going to fix…your life. Pandering to every presumed hope and fear of the populace, they propose their vast programs that, they promise, will also finally remedy every societal ill, save the environment, fix the educational system, heal international relations and do everything short of actually blowing your nose for you.
Those who have sufficient long, and short, term memory will recognize the same familiar approach, with a few different details here and there. As is always the case, politicians claim they’ll fix the problems that the current office holders made…after they got elected on promises to make it better than their predecessors did, etc., ad infinitum.
The fact is though that no one’s coming to “save” us, neither politician, leader, god, saint, savior, or extraterrestrials. In fact, those people in society who can often be most depended on to actually fix something that needs it, i.e. doctors, sometimes can’t do so either, when other circumstances may prevent it.
So, as realists, we don’t waste our time waiting, or praying for, nonexistent “miracles”. Instead, we focus on a core element of the spiritual teaching with which we all need to become more familiar and proficient, i.e. self-responsibility.
And, in today’s video, I discuss a specific example of how Billy Meier used the might of the thoughts for dramatic self-healing. We can learn more from the book of the same name: