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Posted on April 1, 2014 at 2:55 PM

Healing does not always mean that the physical body recovers from illness.  Healing can also mean that you have released long held fears and negative thoughts towards yourself or others.


Increasing and continual exhaustion that takes the edge off mental and emotional clarity is an energy symptom that indicates something is wrong in the body.  Most people do not consider it a symptom because it’s not actually painful.  But when exhaustion continues, even when the person is getting enough sleep, the body is trying to communicate that the person is “energetically ill”. Responding to this message can often prevent the development of an illness. 


Depression, guilt or anger are other symptoms that all is not well within you.  Prolonged negative feelings often precede the development of a physical illness.   It takes a concerted effort to shift your mind to allow yourself to heal.  Seeing and admitting the truth about ourselves, about our role in creating our own problems and about how we relate to others is vital to you healing your present situation.


Healing is an active and internal process that includes investigating one’s attitudes, memories and beliefs, with a desire to release all negative patterns that prevent one’s full emotional recovery.  It is the will to begin your healing, and often requires the healing of emotional issues. 


Healing your inner self, your past and your current problems is simple, although it may not be easy. You have to have a way to work through your stuff, if you don’t you may remain stuck in the cycle that you have been living. 


Here are a few steps to help you with the process:

1.  Commit yourself to healing all the way to the source of the pain.  This means turning inwards and coming to know your wounds.

2.  Once 'inside', identify your wounds.  As you identify your wounds, you need at least one person who is capable of working with you to help you understand their influence on you.

3.  Once you have verbalized your wounds, observe how you use them to influence or even control the people around you, as well as yourself.  How have your wounds served you?  Do they allow you to play a victim of circumstance?  Do they keep you stuck so that you will not lose intimate connections with people around you?  Ask yourself how staying stuck is serving another purpose, be honest with yourself, because this is the most significant reason that you fear becoming healthy and happy. 


As always, I am here to help you on your journey of becoming happy and healthy.


Love and Gratitude,

Stacey

 

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