Karen Berrios Inner Healing - is't ok to take collagen if you had breast cancer

Be Unreasonably Optimistic

Be Unreasonably Optimistic

A hopeful person is one who truly believes that things can change for the better. When you are dealing with a challenge, one of the keys to being hopeful is to be unreasonably optimistic, just like the biblical David, who, against all apparent odds, succeeded in beating Goliath. While even those who were on his side doubted him, David knew who he was, his identity as a son of God, followed his inner intuition, believed and acted.

If you have been diagnosed with an illness such as cancer, be unreasonably optimistic and extremely hopeful. You just can’t afford to go into hopelessness, because that will take everything from you. Falling into hopelessness doesn’t help the situation or change the facts…it just robs you of any joy that you can have right now. I’m not minimizing the fear or sadness that may come about from a cancer diagnosis but what I’m saying is to not allow ourselves to fall trapped with those emotions. We must move and intentionally shift out thoughts and emotions into alignment with hopefulness, optimism and joy. Expect positive changes. Expect that good is coming. Be hopeful, because the creator of the universe is with you and his healing light lies within you.


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Karen Berrios Inner Healing - is't ok to take collagen if you had breast cancer

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I have found my cancer journey to be a positive and profound transformational experience. I’m inspired to share my healing journey here, and trust you’ll find hope, encouragement and purpose as you discover the healing power that lies within you.

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