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.

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Parent’s Emotions are Passed on to the Fetus During Gestation

During the last 20 to 25 years, there have been numerous studies in France, Germany, and Spain about fetus’s life and receptivity to outside influences such as the emotional states of both the mother, the father, and other relatives involved during the gestation period. The fetus is also influenced by events, dramas, concerns, and anxieties that occur around them during life in the womb.
In BioNeuroEmotion, we call this time the Parental Projection Period, which begins at six months before conception, and can continue up to three years after the birth and principally involves the mother and the father. Our studies adjacent to the Parental Projection Period and focus on the fact that it is the mother who brings the most emotional information and incidental circumstances to the child during pregnancy. This includes both simple and complex stuff. The fetus will be “affected”, “influenced”, and “defined” by what the mother hears or sees. But above all, by the way the mother reacts to everyday events. The mother could leave small personality traces in the child or affect him/her completely in his/her health, physique, temperament, or self esteem. It will all depend on the type of emotions and reactions that the mother transmits to the baby. If the mother is strong, safe, confident, courageous, and expresses these qualities both in her words and actions, her child will be someone who possess similar qualities.
If, however, the mother is weak, insecure, fearful, or has low esteem, the child will also possess these negative qualities.
The Thoughts and Feelings of the Pregnant Woman
Most women, fortunately not all, are oblivious to these studies. Many women are ignorant to the big influence that their words, thoughts, reactions, and emotions have on the child. They believe that their child does not share any of these ideas, and therefore, feel that they are free to have any thought, emotion, or action without affecting the unborn infant. This is where they are wrong. The mother’s behaviour and belief system affects the child mentally, and even physically. In the novel Elective Affinities, Goethe tells the story of a woman who, during her pregnancy of her husband’s child, couldn’t stop thinking about another man she loved. The girl who was born had the same eyes as this man. So great is the power of thought and feeling in pregnant women! So why don’t women decide to work for the benefit of their child during pregnancy?
 The True Nature of the Baby is Determined at the Moment of Birth
A woman waiting for a child should have affirmations such as:
  • During these nine months, I have every chance to make my child a healthy, beautiful, intelligent, noble, full of love individual.
  • During these nine months, I have every chance to make my child a blessing for the whole world.
  • During these nine months, I should look at my thoughts, my feelings, my desires, my actions, and provide only the purest elements to contribute to his/her molding.
  • During these nine months, I must act knowing that my child, hears me, feels me, and sees me.
    Preparing to be Parents
    The true education of the child begins before the birth with the education of the parents, who must prepare their interior beings well in advance through a better understanding of love, to attract an exceptional soul to the family. They must strive to conceive this child in the greatest light and purity. Once the child is conceived, the mother, aware of the power that has been given to her by nature, will work to give this soul a physical and mental body made from the finest materials. If thousands, millions of parents around the world decided to make this work, humanity would really be transformed in three or four generations.
    This is an English translation of an article originally written in Spanish by: Elizabeth Romero Sanchez y Edgar Romero Franco 

Thursday, 23 May 2019

BACK, emotional and spiritual meaning:

The back and spine are related to our roots, with the deepest foundations where our beliefs and our ​​more intimate scale of values grow. The back is what allows us to keep up, to shoulder our burden, to address the circumstances of life, to our human condition, to adversity.
"I have a heavy load on my shoulders," we say when the responsibilities we have to assume weigh too much. When we strive to shoulder the responsibilities of others, when we are creators of happiness or misfortunes of those who are on our side ... it is a burden so great that we crave someone to help us and support us, but, when not counting on that help, we get angry and we end up with a sore back. All back problems relate to the support.
Do I feel supported by my life? 
"No one understands me". 
"No one supports me and helps me” 
"I have many responsibilities, I feel a heavy charge”
The back also symbolizes that part of us we do not see or do not want to see, the shadow. By the same, the back can hurt us when we leave unresolved situations ... "behind us".
Lower lumbar region: The lumbar area of ​​the spine is actually the base, which "supports" which allows us to stay upright, standing, "deal". The problems in the lumbar area mean a devaluation of a conflict of personality (according to work, family or life in general). We talk about the inability to cope with life and its situations, the inability to take the material dimension of existence (work, money, family, responsibilities, etc.). They also reflect the feelings of insecurity, helplessness, fear, especially fear of failure and poverty.
"You cannot take more stuff!".
"Since I am the pillar of the family, without me, everything falls apart”
This part is associated with having: (have money, a house, a spouse, children, work, etc.). When there is pain in the lower back, it indicates that the person needs to "have" to feel supported, but does not dare to acknowledge and to express it. These people need to be allowed the right to property or want to have someone to feel safe. To achieve this it is necessary to begin to make their demands and begin to rely on the abundance of the Universe.
Similarly, you can grieve the lower back when we feel betrayed or being caught from behind. Expressions like "I felt stabbed in the back", "talk behind my back", "I have turned their backs", "act behind me", etc. suggest hostility, suspiciousness, aggression or treason.
Upper region: It represents the relationship with the family, the emotional aspect, support emotionally: "I am the pillar of my family". Do we feel loved? Are we willing to love?
When there is pain in the upper back, it is because the person suffers from emotional well-insecure because he/she feels that others block it, or because they do not notice the "support" of their family.
The way you have to find this security is doing things for others, and also to express your love. At the same time, you feel loved when someone does something for you.
Pain in the dorsal back can also evoke a sense of guilt or responsibility for the suffering of a loved one.
Cervical pain: Folding the neck, being forced to lower your head in shame, capitulate. Reflect conflicts of moral devaluation, injustice or submission, humiliation ...
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
Do you feel that you are carrying all the weight, it is you who have to do everything? It was your own choice.
What has been the reason why you moved to carry everything?
Nothing and no one can give us unconditional happiness. To this it can only be reached through unconditional acceptance of ourselves.
When we want to do something for someone, whom we love, we do it just for love, without expecting anything in return.

Monday, 20 May 2019

Rules for the interpretation of a symptom

The way I interpret the circumstances depends on the image I have of myself. Other people are merely mirrors of you. You cannot love or hate something about another person unless it reflects to you something you love or hate about yourself. Chèrie Carter-Scott

First and foremost is our willingness to deal with the symptom to discover not only its message and meaning, but also the feelings and emotions that are below those messages.
To do this, we must give up the physical causes (viruses, bacteria, hereditary conditions, climatic factors, etc.) Although external conditions are always there, they do not sicken anyone, though man uses them for the disease manifestation.
Neither blueprints nor bricks make the house, but the architect uses them as a means to carry out his/her construction. Therefore, first, we should learn to make a qualitative and subjective assessment of symptoms:
What did this happen to me for? What is it? How is it? How does it manifest?
What makes me feel?
Secondly, the precise moment when a symptom appears is very important. We must take account of any event occurring at the same time to the appearing of a symptom, and not only external facts but also see what happens in our mind.
In what aspect of my being, emotions, thoughts, or attitudes is happening the same conflict that happens to my body? What happened before it appeared? What was I doing? Who was I with? When did it start?
What were my thoughts and feelings at that time?
What were my fears, fantasies, or frustrations?
We must dig deep into our personal situation.
At what level the symptom that has manifested in my body describes or expresses an event that is happening in my life?
Has something happened in our family or affective domain? Has it happened a change in our lives? What do I refuse to live? Have we received any news or we are experiencing some transcendent event?
The most acute symptoms have their true cause in the moment, a few hours before having appeared or, at most, a few days ago before its manifestation.
However, in those known as "chronic conditions" their cause is not so close.
Anyway, it is not important if a disease comes from a few days ago, from our childhood,  from what we feel in the womb of our mother or from some inheritance from an ancestor. What we really want is to discover what it wants to transmit to us and which negative belief has helped it.
What does my soul and my Higher Self want to tell me through this symptom? What happens to me this for?
When we ask ourselves this question we must be careful because often the first thing that comes to our mind can be correct.
The third stage raises the need to observe carefully the language, the words and the tone we use, the turns and expressions we use to verbalize the process. Do not forget that language is deeply personal psychosomatic. Our physical symptoms correspond to our mental and emotional imbalances, which means that emotional problems are related to body sensations. So we find that when the patient talks about his/her physical symptoms, is always telling us about a psychic problem.
What are the internal feelings and the language used to describe the problem? Example: "I do not see clear, my eyes hurt- the heart is leaping with joy, do something with all my heart - I am keeping a cool head - I could not stop in time - I cannot swallow it, if I see it my stomach becomes sick – It keeps me asphyxiated, I am breathless ", etc.
The last phase of analysis leads us to a personal reconsideration: What is this symptom preventing me to do? What is it forcing me to do?
What should I stop doing? What new action should be taken?
What am I getting through it? Could I do the same without this disease? 
Because we cannot forget that there may be hidden reasons of our illness that give us a reward and this alienates us from the desire to improve. You may get more attention or affection when we are sick. Or maybe it is a resource to manipulate, to blame. You can also hide hidden fears, problems of undervaluation or low self-esteem ... Innumerable reasons that each person will find depending on their individual characteristics and their vital task. As we have seen, a symptom is always the physical manifestation of something we reject inside, something that is in the shadows and comes in order we live with it. Almost always it forces us to change our behaviour to correct imbalance, so the right thing for our evolution is voluntarily desist from that which we are removed of and willingly accept what we are forced to do.