KNOWING OURSELVES

KNOWING OURSELVES
This book can be of great value for those who want to take the path of responsibility in their lives, who want to take the first step toward freedom and self knowledge, using the topic of disease in humans as a guide. Its purpose is to help the sick person to find health status, based primarily on what happens within us. Because even if we can find help abroad (psychologists, doctors, gurus, etc.) the only ones who are able to heal us are ourselves. A book dedicated to physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

ABSCESSES, emotional and spiritual meaning:


When a bag of pus appears in the body, it indicates an emotional response of anger or pain, or a feeling that ferments, gets irritated and inflamed. The abscess shows that something is inflamed and infected in us.
The part where it manifests or the infected organ gives us information on the issue of conflict: fear, bitterness, anger, resentment, etc.
The person suffering an abscess is hurt in the depths of his/her being for an offense or shame he/she has received and that forces him/her to live in a state of deep bitterness.
As a rule, these people shun conflict fears, because they do not see them, or even because they refuse to recognize them, and feed a situation with thoughts of revenge that ends up by damaging themselves with an abscess.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
The best way to heal the abscess is bursting it so you can leave what is enclosed, which has not been expressed and is retained within us. 
While the person deals to heal his/her abscess needs to understand that everyone is absolutely responsible for what happens. We should not blame anything or anyone of our events or circumstances, because what we believe comes from the outside to cause us discomfort are nothing more than projections of our subconscious emotions that we have previously rejected and suppressed.
Whenever it reacts strongly to stimuli that brings another person, it is because within us was already latent the injury and has emerged to the conscious level in order to accept it, experience it and we can release negative energy.
By accepting the fact we are accepting ourselves, and by releasing the negative emotion the abscess will leave and not come back anymore.




Sunday, 20 January 2019

UNDERSTANDING EMOTIONS



RESENTMENT

Resentment is deep hurt that is suppressed and unexpressed, which becomes anger. Often resentment is directed toward a family member or someone close to you. Resentment frequently comes about when you feel that you have been treated unfairly or taken advantage of.

Long term resentment can lead to tumors, syphilis, osteoporosis, lupus, back pain etc

STUCKNESS

Many problems in your body and life occur when you are feeling stuck, inflexible and attached to one point of view. This often takes place when the same thoughts or scenarios play themselves over and over in your mind.

Long-term stuckness or stiffness can lead to varicose veins, sciatica, RSI, rheumatoid arthritis, paralysis, obesity, mouth ulcers, kidney problems and a host of other diseases. 

GUILT

The whole justice system is based on the guilty and the innocent. We all know that guilt has strong consequences. Consciously or subconsciously guilt is associated with punishment, jail and a need to serve a sentence.

Guilt also requires judgment, which can lead to shame and embarrassment. Guilt and shame eat away at the body because many people believe that they need to hold on to their guilt in order to be punished. This belief is a form of self sabotage.

Guilt is associated with hip problems, migraines, weight issues, venereal disease, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s Disease, insomnia, sinusitis, impotence, hernia and heart disease.

UNWORTHY / LOW SELF ESTEEM

Feeling worthless can create depression and fatigue, because of your belief that you can not do anything of value. This often creates severe self criticism and judgment.

 When we carry low self esteem and unworthiness the body tends to break down, which can lead to acne, weight problems, diabetes, genital herpes, ovarian cancer, scleroderma, ulcers, warts and memory loss.

REJECTION

Rejection is an emotion which can stay with a person for many years and cause detriment to their relationships and wellbeing. Often, people take rejection personally, thinking that they are not good enough or that there is something wrong with them. So instead of going forward and changing, they give up, close down and feel sorry for themselves.

Feelings of rejection contribute to many diseases and dysfunction such as; anorexia, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, endometriosis, paralysis, numbness, cold sores, and frigidity. It can also create breakdown, stress, nervous anxiety and tension.



Source: Inna Segal

DYSMENORRHEA, Emotional and metaphysical meaning:



Normally, dysmenorrhoea is associated with acne (androgen production). It manifests itself in girls whose mothers have fervently desired to have a male and have mismanaged male hormones.
Conflict with authority, standards and rules in the family. Painful menstruation is indicative of what hurts a woman, that there is a rejection of the feminine condition whose main characteristic is the responsiveness and deliverability. It may be a reaction to the mother, who was the first woman model. This does not mean she is not feminine, but she finds unattractive the role of woman, "submissive" or that has too many "rules".
In this house rules are harsh.
"I hate authority, I do not want them to give me orders”
"Do not do this, do not do that, you must do so, we must do this otherwise”
"I have no right to exist, but on condition to do what they tell me" "I need freedom to do what I want, when I want and who I want with"
"This family is not normal, one aspect of my family hurts me”
Similarly, dysmenorrhoea may be the result of a feeling of resentment toward a man (father or other) or to men in general.
You can also hurt the period demanding women who want to be free and independent and requiring the same way that others are rigorous in meeting their commitments. They cannot stand the lack of fulfilment of obligations or deadlines.
Likewise menstrual disorders may also be an expression of the inability of women to "let go" to give up or give in relationships with loved ones, and on issues related to motherhood.
It is also possible that cramps come from an erroneous "education", popular beliefs transmitted by family.
Did you learn that it was normal to have problems during menstruation?
Did they make you believe, when you were a kid, that menstruating was shameful, sinful or dirty?
In addition, the period can also be painful when a contradiction occurs in the way of valuing sexuality, when it is considered dirty and sinful, but at the same time, essential.
"It invades my sexual level".
There is another aspect in women that can also cause discomfort and pain in the period as is the choice of having a child or not. When a child is desired, the onset of menstruation is like a missed opportunity, again states that "could not be" so that pain can express the disappointment of not getting pregnant.
When the period is abundant, it may indicate a loss of joy of living because of a toxic relationship with a member of the family.
"I want someone to leave my family”
"I want to leave this family”
"I'm afraid that my partner dumps me".
Having painful periods the first day of menstruation can mean, "I feel shame”
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
The women with problems in their periods need to let go of his/her tendency to want to hold and retain --the fact of wanting to retain, to keep, is evident in her body during premenstruation: breast swell a little, there is a slight weight gaining because of water retention, and heaviness in the womb-- Learn to let it go.
Think. The relationship with the mother and femininity, is it painful? Have you inherited from your mother negative images of femininity which you do not accept?
Accept femininity and develop deliverability.
Reconciled with yourself and understand sexual role menstruation as a ritual of purification.


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