Could emotional pain cause physical pain?May 21, 2019
Have you ever experienced neck pain or a stomachache right after a stressful day or bad news? Have you ever gotten sick right after holding it together through a stressful situation?
Everyday there is more scientific research showing the correlation between physical and emotional health. I have been using Louise Hay's book "You can heal your life" for 20 years; each time I am sick or in pain, I open up the back part of the book and look at the correlation between the mental cause of the physical dis-ease. And have to say that 85% of the time, it has been so accurate.
There is also the book by John E Sarno, who has helped thousands and thousands of people overcome their back, shoulder and other conditions--without or drugs, exercise, physical therapy or dangerous surgery. He explained that the root cause of most of his client's physical pain were emotional; how anxiety and repressed anger triggers muscle spasms and other illnesses.
And then there is Dr. Joe Dispenza who healed his broken back with deep meditation. Yes, it's true and I will post a video on that soon.
So my question is, do you believe that unprocessed emotions can cause physical pain and illness; and if so, when you have pain, do you address it emotionally as well as physically?
One of the best ways to process emotions, whether it's anger, anxiety, fear, is to breathe through it. Here is a step by step guide on how to breath through tough emotions.
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