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Listening to the Body when it Speaks

Many of my teachers believe that the body speaks to us through aches and pains. I have come to believe this as well. We often feel symptoms within our body and they tend to only get worse when we choose not to hear what they are saying. This makes a lot of sense when you start to understand how the energetic body operates. Throughout our lives (this life and past lives) we hold onto experiences or trauma. We have a hard time letting these experiences or traumas go as they arrive in our lives. We want to hold onto the good memories and we hold onto the traumatic memories as well! We hold them within our body instead of letting them go and the longer we keep them the larger they become. You can imagine it like an energy cyst in the body that gathers energy every time we pay attention to this experience. We pay attention to them when we get triggered to remember that experience.

Imagine you were tickled a lot as a young child by your siblings and it made you really uncomfortable and in fact the tickling was something that you began to hate. Every time someone came near you, you would begin to clench up in a way to protect yourself, even if it was for a hug. Slowly, over time, you began to manifest symptoms wherever you had tightened the body in this protective manner, let’s say in the shoulders. You could have chosen to let this go as you are no longer a child being tickled by your siblings or you can choose to hold onto and carry it around with you. This carrying causes weight in the shoulders, which causes pain in the shoulders and this prevents you from enjoying physical touch throughout your life. This is just a simple example of how we can hold onto something and our body holds onto the symptoms.

When I work with clients we discuss aches and pains they are having and then we also discuss things that are going on in their lives. I also work with them energetically so we can discover the connection between the physical ailment and the cause.

Some examples I have seen when working with clients are:

  • Pain in the back related to fear of the client’s partner not having their back during a career transition.
  • Hip pain and knee pain caused by a client fearful of stepping forward in a move to a new location.
  • Stomach pain and digestive problems when a client was not willing to digest their current situation.
  • Lower back pain when a client discovered they were fearful of being able to financially support their family.
  • Neck pain when a client was feeling like their husband was being a real pain in the neck.

Do I need to keep going or do you get the idea?  Ask yourself, what symptoms am I feeling today? Can I connect this to one of your issues that you need to let go of? If you are not sure there are great books out there to help you out! Here is one of them.

If all these clients could let go of this fear, then the suffering would disappear. Not sure how to let go? Guess what – I wrote a blog about getting neutral that I keep referencing! It will teach you one technique you can use to let go.

 

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