Yesterday when I took a walk in the woods, I noticed how many of the roots were hidden beneath fallen leaves. I thought to myself, “I don’t want to get tripped up on any of these roots”.
I instantly made the connection to how often we blame genetics(our roots) for dis-ease and rarely look at the way we have been emotionally/psychologically CONDITIONED to handle stress/challenges from “our roots”. How we are taught to handle stress directly affects our physical health.
I am quite certain we pass down our dysfunctional coping mechanisms as well as our limited beliefs and perceptions.(I have even read research that suggest the energy from our feelings/thoughts influences the structure of our DNA.)
There is much research stating that the way we cope with stress/challenges directly influences our physical health.
For example, when we learn from our family of origin that we are expected to put other peoples’ needs before our own, feelings of resentment, not being appreciated, overwhelm etc can contribute to the creation of dis-ease in the body.
Moreover, when it is modeled and expected of us, to do, think, believe things that are not aligned with what is really true and right for us, it can express itself in the body(especially in the stomach: situations that we can not “stomach”/tolerate, swallow/accept, digest etc…I have experienced this one first hand…Everytime I am experiencing situations that are no longer tolerable, acceptable, my stomach communicates this lesson to me and when I take action to improve the situation, I feel much relief…no pills necessary)
If you would like to go deeper in exploring how your “roots” have influenced your physical health, as well as your emotional/mental health, I would love to invite you to join me for discussion and practices to supplement your healthcare.
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