Many people are trapped in a story of healing, often as mode of avoidance of something deeper and more painful — not knowing and living their life purpose.
So they hide behind the story that they can’t pursue their life purpose because they’re ‘broken’, ‘wounded’ or ‘just not healed enough yet’.
The question isn’t whether you are fully healed.
Life is constantly producing damage as we live.
So we must constantly cycle between stress and recovery.
The question for people focused on their healing is,
“What would you do if you were fully healed and why are you not doing that now?
And, “how will you know when you have healed enough to pursue what your Higher Self wants to pursue?”
For biological healing, say for an athlete this is simple.
When they tear their ACL, they rehab for 9-12 months and resume their athletic activities once the knee can handle a sufficient weight load and the leg has sufficient mobility.
Emotional, Psychological and Spiritual wounding is more subtle and complicated, less objective, and much easier to hide within.
Often when people overcome the fear to go after what they really want many of the other ailments heal themselves relatively naturally and effortlessly.
It is said that the two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.
So if you are struggling to heal and you don’t know why you are here on Earth and what you’re here to do, I encourage you to go deep into that exploration and see if progress on that journey, doesn’t end up resolving much of the healing you’re seeking.