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Old Indian Quote

Sunday, April 21, 2013

"The body cries the tears the eyes refuse to weep."

A doctor told me this quote once after a visit for strep throat. He told me that the common factor for migraines, IBS, Fibromyalgia, and Depression was Past Traumatic experiences in a person's life.

As a Taoist, we believe that you create blockages in your physical body when you do not address and deal with events in your life. If you have a bad experience with something, you may assign negative energy to that event. Every time you think about it or are faced with a similar event, you continue to add negative energy to the idea. This snow balling monster just builds and builds over time, taking up vital energy that you survive on and using it to fuel itself. The experience not only takes up your energy but blocks other areas of your body from the energy it needs to function and thrive.

I'm told that as we face these monsters and make peace with the original event, we can decrease the size of the blockage and start to heal. When we can finally allow our eyes to see and cry from the original experience, our bodies will no longer have to compensate and try to release the built up pain.


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SILVERANGEL6 5/6/2013 11:56PM

    Not only Taoists believe this....Have you read Louise Hay's 'You can Heal your Life" ? Or my real favourite book, 'The Body is The Barometer of the Soul' by Annette Noontil? Both books tell about the same things....

But it's not that easy to dig these things up, I, for one, tend to bury these things so deep, as I really don't want to think about them, that it's hard to actively dig them up & deal with them....then there's all the ones from past lives....

I think I need to do 1 thing per day, lol...maybe I'll get rid of all of them at last?

I wish you well on your journey....

Love & Light

Sylvia xx
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TAWDRYELEPHANT 4/22/2013 9:17AM

    That's an interesting way of putting it -- it makes sense to me. I had stomach issues for more than a year after a traumatic event and they still come back now and then. I went to a whole slew of doctors about the stomach stuff... had various tests, etc... and only one ever asked me, "Have you experienced any significant stress recently?" I really believe there is much more of a mind/body connection than many people are aware of or admit.

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BONNIEMARGAY 4/22/2013 3:27AM

    May we all find relief from suffering.

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ELSCO55 4/21/2013 11:53PM

    Interesting

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