Anxiety is a more prevalent problem than ever before and especially on the rise among young people. Psychologist Robert Duff tries to get through to the younger generation in a different way with his book.
A sprained ankle, back spasms, headaches… A physical injury is never just a physical injury. Conversely, an emotional issue will always have a physical imprint. To heal the body, mind and spirit a multi-faceted approach which explores all sides of an issue is required. When physical treatments, like osteopathy, are accompanied by emotional/mental work and vise versa, faster healing is ensured.
While a woman consciously wants a baby, her subconscious might be preventing her from getting pregnant. Studies indicate that psychological and emotional blocks are the root of many infertility issues. What issues, fears, beliefs and emotions can prevent conception?
As Louise Hay taught us, upper respiratory illnesses are related to too much going on at once, mental confusion, disorder or small hurts. If you have a cold or even the flu right now and you feel up to exploring the emotional and mental side of these physical symptoms, you might want to ask yourself: What was going on just before it started? What was going on in your life that was perhaps “too much”, “overwhelming”, “confusing”, “chaotic” or “hurtful”?
How do you start your day and create balance for yourself? By consciously creating routines that meet your needs and help you to experience peace and calm, you can respond to and grow through many of the challenges that come our way every day.
Featured Image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay We are taught that colds are caused by viruses and that you will catch a cold when your immune system is not strong. Some classic recommendation to boost your immune system is vitamin C, vitamin D3, and echinacea. Yet, why is our immune system sometimes strong enough, and other times not, despite…
Deb Shapiro’s “Our Body Speaks Our Mind” is one of four books that I reference to get more clarity on the connection between physical issues and emotional, mental and spiritual challenges my clients face. Other authors who explain these connections include Louise Hay, Lise Bourbeau, and Narayan-Singh. Another thing I reference when people come in…