By Marie Reynolds London | Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 08:02
The body is a miraculous thing and once you understand the clues it possesses you can start to find solutions.
To think the mind is a
separate entity to the physical body is a mad notion, yet it is
something that is so often overlooked or not even taken into account.
Every thought we have has
an influence to the particles within. We are not born with anxieties and
fears (apart from the fear of falling and the fear of loud noise) so
they are 'learned' behaviours, hard wired from experiences or individual perceptions.
One of my many sayings is
'hand over what you can't control' procrastinating and focusing on
negative thought and feelings literally hurts you and only you. Your
mind and body are being held captive by the emotions you are feeling.
There are many alternative
treatments, therapies, supplements and programmes that claim to heal but
I have to say that if you are not receptive to change the thought
patterns and the way you perceive things then all of the above will
never work. I have clients who I regard as 'blockers' not only in the
sense where they are very defensive or negative but also individuals
that may go through all the motions of relaxation or healing but they
are never 'receiving' it because they are not opening themselves fully
to what they need to address first, simply letting go of things they are
unable to control.
Holding on to the anxiety
and fear linked with past emotional traumas or irrational fears will
keep your analytic mind captive which in turn effects the physical in
the form of all sorts of ailments.
The fruits of learning and
programming your thought paths to HALT - STOP and hand over the toxic
mental baggage will far out weigh the relief of physical pain and
We have been programmed to
just heal and deal with physical ailments but until we deal and develop
the internal mental and emotional health will we truly ever be healed
and 'well' - I don't believe so.
'Nothing can stand up to
rich morality or a rich centre of Wisdom' - Elliott S. Dacher, M.D. -
Rich morality is a sense of doing the right thing, not by us as
individuals of what we think is right by what we need or want by the
right thing morally, this along with a wisdom of experiences in life is
core to learning how to deal with the negativities life throws at us.
In all beliefs, faiths and religions, there is a message
Midway upon the journey of our life,
I found myself within a forest dark,
For the straightforward pathway had been lost.
Ah me! how hard a thing it is to say
what was this forest savage, rough, and stern,
which in the very thought renew the fear.
- Dante -