Dealing with a New Diagnosis

Knowledge is power! If you have received a scary diagnosis, try to hold in your mind the idea that nothing has changed with this knowledge. You are the same today as you were when you first walked into the Doctors office, except you have now identified something that you have been needing to address, you just did not know it until before. Now that you know what that there is something there, you can take action to address the cause of it.

Tell yourself… “I am actually safer today than I was before I knew it. Now I can take care of it.”

Millions of people around the world are living long healthy lives on the other side of having (The “C” Word or any other diagnosis.)

Unfortunately, just the diagnosis alone can strike fear in the heart and the soul of those who are facing it.

My guides are always telling me that these major diseases are the biggest motivators to get us to change our directions and create a better life for ourselves. We suddenly do our best to let go of the anger and upset of the past because we realize that life is too short… With this new fearful information we suddenly find the willpower to quit our jobs, change our diet, make a mends with our family and or, finally step into doing what the soul has come here to do.

To help stave off the fear, start off by repeating the mantra. “I am safe!” “I am safer now than yesterday”

Feeling fearful about the disease is the fastest way to loose your health! So flip it and aim for being optimistic about starting a new adventure!”

Let me ask you some questions to help you find where to target the Court of Atonement.

Who do you hate? The first time I tried this all I could hear was. “I don’t hate anyone one.”
I knew it wasn’t true so I kept asking. Who do I hate? The name of a neighbor boy from childhood came to mind.
I placed myself and the neighbor boy in a Full court of Atonement and I asked that our timelines be analysed and all conflicts between us corrected on the astral plane.

I felt a huge shift! But I didn’t stop there… I kept asking… “Who do I hate.” I then found political figures, litterbugs, Ants.

And I began to feel a whole lot better!

TRY IT!!! Ask yourself; “Who do I hate?”

I place myself, ________ in a Full Court of Atonement with, ________ I ask to have our timelines analyzed and all conflicts between us corrected on the astral plane.

Keep going…

“What am I doing that I hate doing? Or truly wish I could be doing something else? (working a job that is not in alignment with your divine life purpose)

What do you hate? (litter, poverty, drug abuse, smoking, bad drivers?)

Keep going… Who or what do you loath?

Who or what are you jealous of?

What are you angry about?

Place yourself with these things in the very first COA in the book.

I, ___________ place myself in a Full Court of Atonement with, ___________ . I ask to have our timelines analyzed and correct all conflicts between us on the astral plane.

If you do this… One after another of these stories from your past will stop killing you!

After a diagnosis, how you talk to yourself at this point is supper important!

As you walk around in the day. Do not let your thoughts enter fear. If you find yourself dipping into fear. Yell “STOP IT!!!” at yourself. Redirect your thoughts with powerful statements and corrective work. “I am now on the road to recovery and going the right direction!!!” This knowledge really is your friend and you will take the correct action to redirect your life into a healthier, happier direction. Things are improving.

Once you get done working on the “Who or what do I hate?” statements.

Who do I love and appreciate.

I Place myself, ______ in full court of atonement with all of people, places and things that I love and I send them gratitude for making life worth living. I ask to myself and my guides to assist me to keep my thoughts focused on what I love and appreciate most in my life.

© 2019 Amy Jo Ellis



I am your average everyday mother of 3 with now 3 grandkids. I am also a singer/songwriter performing in country clubs and dinner houses. But behind all of this, there is the ability to listen deeper into my own thoughts and hear where the good ideas are actually coming from. It's the same place that I came from... God
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