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.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

What Does Healing Mean?


Healing means wholeness, thus in order to heal on all levels, we must consider all aspects which make great health possible. Our bodies have a secret language they communicate to us with. If we learn to listen to our bodies natural wisdom, then our wellbeing will improve, our lives will prosper and we will experience happiness, fulfilment, and joy.
The fist step to healing is knowing that you want to be well. The next step is taking action. I ask people in many of my lectures if they feel that they can improve 2% a week. Everyone says that this is doable. Then I ask how much improvement is that in a year? ‘More than 100% ‘, is most peoples enthusiastic response. This means that if you focus on slow and steady and make small improvements, by the end of the year you will be a much healthier person.
Dr Bernie Siegel the author of Love Medicine and Miracles says, “You can get up and move, wait for a disaster to occur to you or seek wisdom.” On daily basis, I share with my clients and workshop participants that they can either learn things the easy way or the hard way. The easy way is to listen to their body and follow its wisdom. The hard way is to do nothing and then get sick. Either way it’s a choice.  
Below is a short exercise to help you tune in, communicate with your body and heal. 
It is taken from my book The Secret Language of Your Body: The Essential Guide to Health and Wellness.
Exercise for tuning into your body: 
  1. Find a comfortable place to sit or lie down
  2. Count backwards from thirty as you take deep breaths and allow your mind and body to relax
  3. Focus on an area in your body that feels blocked or where you have pain
  4. Breathe into the area for a few moments, and then place your hands on that area
  5. Ask your body, ‘Is there any message you want to give me?’
  6. Take a few deep breaths as you allow any messages to come to the surface
  7. Write this message down
  8. Say: ‘I call on my Divine Healing Intelligence to help release all pain, blockages and density from this area.’
  9. Allow yourself to watch and feel, as dense energy leaves your body.
  10. Say: ‘I call on my Divine Healing Intelligence to infuse this area with healing energy. I command that all the immune mechanisms of my body be activated and my body now return to a state of perfect balance and health.’
  11. Breathe in continuously for a minute, allowing the energy to build
  12. Imagine a gold light moving through your body and repairing it
  13. When you feel lighter gently bring your awareness back to usual and open your eyes, knowing that you have activated your own Divine Healing Intelligence
You can use this exercise on a daily basis, either to focus on specific problems or to heal your whole body.
Inna Segal 





Friday, 15 February 2019

NECK OF THE UTERUS, Emotional and Spiritual meaning:



The problems in this part of the uterus usually occur almost exclusively in young women.
Conflict of sexual frustration. Although the woman has her man, she feels frustrated, either because no sexually requires, not motivated or have other sexual preferences because she does not share.
Sexuality lived as dirty.
The conditions of the cervix come from a negative coexistence with partner, express frustrations emotional and/or sexual, manifest only in those women who feel unwanted and live their sexual relationship as destructive; They feel their partners, their way of being, are killing something in it and so the contact becomes a poison. This is usually women who live a passionate relationship of "love death" with a partner, instead of only giving love.
Emotional conflict, emotional frustration, by abandonment or separation of the couple.
"I cannot get in touch, I've lost"
"I'm not in touch with the loved one".
"I want to be possessed"
"I do not belong to any man"
Conflict feel dependent on your partner.
Notion of loss of territory.
Reproduction: It is necessary to engage each other with your partner. The problems in this body indicate that there are difficulties in the physical contact between the couple, that there is a total surrender.

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

HEAD, Emotional and metaphysical meaning:


The head is the organ that most quickly reacts to pain.
When I do not accept certain thoughts, ideas or feelings that bother or distract me; when I feel upset or depressed in my family or professional world; when I'm overly concerned or stressed; all these tensions will manifest in my body through headaches or migraines.
When the pain is in the forehead, it indicates something of the future worries me and my impatience overwhelms me. I tend to want to control everything. It also expresses that I am a person who "usually" play dumb. I have a hard time understanding things, I have little concentration and total indifference to learn, grow, change. I repeat all the time that's not for me, that I would never be able to do this or that, I'm stupid, I'm slow, etc. Others need to bear with me, I need others to teach me at my own pace. I try too hard to understand, to capture all possible information without giving me time to reflect and assimilate. I am an intelligent person, but I boycott myself.
"I, as silly as ever” 
"That does not fit me, I do not understand” 
"The computer is not my thing” 
"I think whatever you think". 
"Let’s do what you say".
Pain in the neck or nape  tells us that we are unable to manifest our desires, ideas, concepts, etc .; we have many difficulties to transform them into action.
This part of the head can also appear when I find myself living in a situation that leads me to strong pressure. It happens to brain, rational people, with a desire for power, which only give importance to the intellect.
At the same time there may be muscle tension in any part of the body; shoulders, neck and spine. Headache in the neck can also appear when I am in a conflict or uncomfortable situation and I will not point at it directly.
Headaches at the top of the head appear as a self-punishment when we are angry with ourselves for not having to rise to our own requirements. Something happened where I could not or have not been myself, I could not decide or I have acted differently as I usually act. We devalue and accuse ourselves of not being smart enough.
"What I said was not right"
"As much as I turn, I cannot find the right answer"
"I'm distracted, I do not know where is my head"
"I am very stubborn"
Headache with prickling orexploding feeling: It means I'm a spiteful person, I live hiding others what I really feel, I think I will. I live in a constant fear that others judge me or criticize me. I never want to seem less, look silly, look poor, seem loose. Live feigning what I am not afraid not to accept or love me as I am.
"They will realize"
"I must show myself as strong and serene"
"I am very calm"
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
Every time I suffer a headache, I analyze what it is preventing me from doing (that pain), and then find out something related in my life.
What does my headache prevent me from seeing, hearing, smelling, etc.?
Does it prevent me to do something related to my work, studies, reading, attending somewhere, enjoying something or someone?
I manage to find the real reason for my headache, because it necessarily is sending me a message that I understand.
I think, I reason and decide correctly.
I live relaxed.
I love and approve myself as I am.
Look: Tension headache,

Knowing ourselves: What does the body want to tell us with diseases?



Thursday, 7 February 2019

Obstacles that hinder or prevent healing

Look within yourself the solution to all problems, even those that you believe outermost and materials. Amado Nervo

Are we open to healing? Do we really want to heal ourselves?
To begin the healing process, we should inquire within to find out if there is any unconscious resistance that prevents us from accessing it. It is not a task free of difficulties, on the contrary, a great courage, strength and honesty are needed.
It may have hidden reasons, motivations, "positive" side effects that provide a reward and keep us from healing behind a disease.
Some people prefer to use drugs or even surgery rather than face and integrate their hatred or make a change in your life.
Sometimes the disease can be used as a means to get more attention or affection.
It can also become an excellent excuse to evade responsibility or the demands of the moment and have the freedom to dedicate ourselves to do things that in times of health would be unthinkable, for example, going to a few days holiday, visiting friends, etc.
Also, discomfort can become our partner and we are not willing to face the emptiness that we experience if it leaves us.
Similarly, we can use the disease as a resource to blame someone for something he/she has done to us; even can also be a form of self-punishment.
Apart from that, doubting represents a major drawback to access the welfare state.
First, the patient may have doubts of this system and not believe in the principles of psychosomatic therapy because it differs from the standards set by orthodox medicine. In this situation the person needs to think about his/her old belief system and open up to other possibilities.
Secondly, the patient may doubt of himself/herself. Perceptions as ("what happens to me is too serious", "I do not have enough strength or courage", “I'm alone to face this", etc.) may preclude his/her healing. We must be absolutely certain that we will heal.
To determine if, somehow, we resist healing, we can see what is our first reaction when we get sick.
Do we deny the symptoms? ("I'm not really sick")
Do we get defensive? ("It was not my fault. It must be something that got sick").
Would you play down importance? ("It's not really serious").
Are we distracted? ("There are more important things I have to do before attempting to cure me of this disease").
If we follow some of these guidelines, we can be sure that we will not transcend the disease.
To find the hidden reason itself we can ask:
Do we want to be well? Are we really able to see ourselves deprived of our discomfort? Can we imagine ourselves in a situation of welfare?
What do we feel in that situation? Are we willing to give up the reward of being sick? Could we achieve the same without this disease?
We must make this inquiry in a calm and relaxed way, reaching deep inside us and being very honest and sincere with what we find. To overcome the obstacles that we have created, we must first admit their existence.