Our physical body is so well equipped with everything we need for self-sustainability. Our job is to be able to read the subtle signs and follow the path of least resistance. Unfortunately, easy to say and not so easy to do.
The way I see it, it’s just like we have physical hearts the same way we have energy “hearts.” These “hearts” are the seven main chakras. Each one is responsible for a particular part of the body, emotions, and mental health. When we experience emotional trauma, those feelings have power and live within us. This is called “negative energy.” As we know, we are made up of energy. Just take a closer look at our atoms and you will understand what I mean. If we take that to be true, then what happens when we hold on to negative emotions? They become negative energy attached to a certain part of our body. Give it some time and you will start noticing how the negative energy you are holding onto is becoming problematic on a physical level. Now what?
The key is to learn how your traumatic emotional experiences (big or small) are connected to the physical problems within specific parts of your body. For example, if you have neck issues, that means that your throat chakra is compromised. Why would your throat chakra be compromised? Perhaps you need to learn to speak up, or perhaps, speak less and listen more.
Look further, and you will realize that the neck is also connected to being flexible. Now ask yourself, in what area(s) of your life are you too rigid or too controlling? Where are you needing to bend or flex a little?
Digging deeper, ask yourself how did you get to that need in the first place. These questions can take you to the seed level of a long-standing trauma and the learned behavior that subconsciously accrued as a result. For example, maybe you were never allowed to speak up as a child and now as an adult, you have learned to stay quiet, rarely expressing your wants and needs. Taking that further, if you are not speaking up, you may be very rigid or controlling in your behavior to ty to get what you want/need. With knowing all of this information, you can take a step forward to true healing.
Why am I writing this article? To remind all of us that our bodies have the answers. We just have to stop and allow ourselves to see and listen to it. Then we can work from the inside out to heal and grow stronger. Remember, we are a spiritual being having a physical experience using energy as source of life.
So, tell me, what does your body tell you?
For more information, check out: Reference: “The Body Chart” – Where beliefs Affect Your Anatomy.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. I will be happy to help with your healing: firstname.lastname@example.org