“Your body hears everything your mind says.” -Naomi Judd
I have been on the path of healing my body for over several years. This journey has included working with nutritionists, homeopaths, chiropractors, and other natural healers. It has also included many dietary changes, supplements and herbs. For the most part this has been very successful in helping me heal my body, and I know that all of it was vitally important and instrumental in preventing further disease.
However, I did not just work on my body. I had to work on healing my mind as well. It became very clear to me that in order to heal my body I had to heal the thoughts that were contributing to my health issues.
These thoughts came from the life experiences that caused pain, hurt and trauma in my life. Whether or not they were my fault did not matter, they created a negative thought pattern on a subconscious and conscious level that effected how I felt about myself. Which in turn affected my choices, and unfortunately these choices were not always healthy or for my highest good.
The mind-body connection and its impact on our overall health is becoming more widely understood and accepted in modern science and medicine. There are numerous people who have healed their bodies from serious disease through their thoughts and minds. This idea is no longer considered airy-fairy stuff, and is becoming mainstream.
If you want to heal your body from any type of ailment, look also to your mind and see what needs healing there as well.
There are many books that link our emotions to specific ailments; “Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay or “Anatomy of the Spirit” by Caroline Myss.
We are holistic beings and to forget the mind in the healing process is to not truly heal. I have learned this first hand and continue to do so each day.
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