Our body is a feedback mechanism letting us know if we are in or out of balance in our life. It gives us symptoms such as pain, insomnia, weight, fatigue, and for some of us chronic illness and disease.
If we learn to connect and listen to our body, hear the message(s) it is giving us, and then take action to get back into balance, I believe we can balance and heal our bodies. Watch this video to get started!
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Almost every woman I know has a hard time with accepting her body, and has at least one area or symptom (pain, weight, weakness, etc.) that they wish they could “get rid of”. What if the key to healing your body or releasing the weight was to accept it? I know what you are thinking…she is CRAZY! Maybe but that’s besides the point. 🙂 Begin to accept and heal your body today with this soul-work: Write a list of everything you want to “get rid of”, change, or dislike about your body- symptoms (pain, fatigue), weight (list areas), etc. Now start writing a letter to your body telling it all your grievances/dislikes and emotions about it (angry, sad, frustrated). Now for each one ask it what message it is bringing you, what it needs from you, what lesson it has taught you (Look up the symptoms/weight areas in Louise Hay Book Heal Your Body for more mind-body healing clues) Now finish the letter by telling each symptom/area how you are grateful for it, what it has given you, etc. You might have to dig deep here but I know you can think of at least 1 thing Share this letter with a trusted loved one Burn the letter and release it with love and acceptance Listen to the guided T.M.P. self-acceptance practice below Listen to the Guided T.M.P. Self- Acceptance Practice NURTURE: A Women’s Mind~Body~Soul Retreat to Explore, Cultivate, and Create your Passionate Life in Sedona! Get all the details …Continue reading →
The truth is that our bodies are a rich source of feedback. Unfortunately we do not listen to our bodies because we are taught/conditioned to value our mind over our bodies. The body never lies and is always trying to to let us know when we are out of balance in our lives.