When faced with life-threatening illness, pople come face-to-face with what is really important. They have to make difficult decisions about how to put their affairs in order, and how they’ll live out the rest of their days.
Some people resign themselves to the outcome others say is their destiny. Others become examples of healing miracles.
What’s the difference?
“The Cure Is” seeks to illuminate exactly what these differences are.
Is it your emotions or the perfect diet with exercise? Must you purge all toxic chemicals from your living space? Does it matter what you put on your body?
And if it is any (or all) of those things, where do you start? How do you deal with the overwhelm of feeling like you need to change so much so fast?
Excellent questions with not necessarily easy answers. Possible yes. Easy, no.
One thing I appreciated about this movie is the integration of science and spirituality. The experts help illuminate how changing our perceptions and emotional experiences actually change the way our cells behave — whether we’re talking about DNA and genetic expression, or illness of varying degress.
While the movie had some excellent quotes and dialogues, there were three sentences that caught my attention as being the most significant to fully understand. If a person were to understand these three statements, in their entirety, their lives would change forever and for the better. Here they are:
“Having gotten cancer, I feel liberated.”
“Until you know how you actually work, you’re not in control of your life.”
“Remember that most of what is considered impossible is just a consensus of outdated beliefs.”
The ultimate question to ask ourselves is this…
Why wait until we’re dying before we learn how to live?
If you aren’t living as fully, vibrantly, and healthily as you want to (or believe you’re capable of), or if you just want to ensure that you continue to do so, then check out “The Cure Is.” It’s a movie well-worth watching and sharing.