As long as you make an identity for yourself out of pain, you cannot be free of it. Eckhart Tolle
Once you start saying 'my', using the possessive pronoun, you are accepting it as yours. Therefore, if you say 'my migraines' or 'my cancer', you are embracing the disease.
Disease is an intruder in your body and in your life, do not accept it. You were born perfect and are perfect, disease is self created. Since you created it, you can heal it. Disease does not just happen to you, there is a reason, usually a message, connected to it. It is not the luck of the draw or DNA. Even though your family has a history of migraines, that doesn't mean you have to have them.
As with everything, it is your attitude/reaction to a diagnosis that decides the true significance of it. It is a choice. You can choose to be 'scared to death' or see the situation for what it is, a lesson. Eliminate the fear; if you can choose to be scared you can choose not to be. Without the fear, you will realize that you will be OK no matter what takes place. Accept things as they are
You may want to further monitor your thinking and speaking. Saying things like 'you broke my heart, you'll be the death of me, you drive me crazy or that pisses me off',even positive feelings such as; 'my heart is bursting with joy,' is giving the wrong message. You are practically begging some health issue to come and invade your body, you are telling your body that your heart is meant to burst or break. Stop it. And in the same vein; if you worry about a disease, if you are afraid that you might get it, you are attracting it. Anything that you think about, obsess about is what you attract.
Remember, you are perfect, just as you are. LIVE your life, don't anticipate problems. Look for the good in all situations. Find the lesson in every scenario and stay in the here and now, that is all that is real. Right now, this instant, you are OK....go with that.
This is a re-print of #242