I work in a health store and a regular customer came in last week, saying she is really battling to sort out a bladder infection. We suggested some more natural herbs to help her, but she said she has tried just about everything. Then she said that somebody suggested she sees a physiologist, as the ailment possibly stems from an emotional issue.
That opened the door for me to ask her if that could be the problem. She then said that she often thinks about what could have been and should have been. Seeing a professional person to overcome those feelings would be good, as she would then probably be able to heal the bladder infection, provided she follows the advice of the nutritionist.
This is what I have been thinking about for so long. We spend so much money, time and effort to find a cure for our physical ailments, not realizing that we need to look at our emotional state of mind. Perhaps it is a conscious state of mind and emotions. Imagine someone sitting down to a really healthy meal, but while eating it, this person is thinking how angry they are with so an so because of what the other person did.
Unknown or perhaps not unknown to them, harmful chemicals are pouring into their bloodstream which will affect the digestion of the healthy food. So it would be more beneficial to sort the issue with the offending person, and then eat the healthy meal. For others it may be a sub-conscious state of mind of harboring resentment or anger, but this will also affect the person’s health. You may ask; so what do I do now.
We visit a health care professional for a check up, and he says we have nothing to worry about. Everything is fine. Physically that might be so. However, how many of us think about seeing someone to just speak about our hurt and emotional pain? If we fall and break an arm, we have it seen to, but when we fall emotionally we try to fix it ourselves. Whether we are conscious or not of our emotional state of mind, there are therapies to help us establish what our true emotional state is. Two therapies that are beneficial are Kinesiology and Scio.
This brings me to something my brother said when we were talking about matters concerning us. He stopped halfway through saying what was on his mind, and I said he should rather say it. He then said ” yes we should let our hearts spill”. That made such an impact on me. We just have to find someone we can truly trust with our deepest feelings to help us heal.