“Are you ready to heal?”

March 22, 2013 by  
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Developing a Partnership with Your Physical Body

We have 7 bodies in our auric field.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a loving, healing relationship with your physical body?

We humans tend to give orders to our body – to struggle with it – to be unappreciative of it.  We tell it (ourselves) how ugly it is, how fat or skinny it is, how frustrated we are with it.  We are more focused on it’s appearance than on how it feels or what would benefit it’s long-term health and well being.

What if there were a way to develop a loving relationship with our body, and what if that relationship could change our health for the better?

Consider that your body is a miracle.  It has consciousness and lives as a community of conscious beings (cells) organized into communities (organs, glands, tissues, systems) that function harmoniously when given nurturance, sustenance, protection, and love.

Most of us ignore our physical body until something goes wrong – until an injury or symptom of discomfort arises.  How would YOU feel if you were ignored all the time, and then told to “get your act together” when you were having a problem?  That wouldn’t feel very good, would it?  Would you want to cooperate with the being who was treating you this way?

Instead of attempting to “bully” your body, why not create a harmonious, mutually loving and satisfying relationship with it?

The best way I know how to create a new relationship is to open a dialogue.  A dialogue is a 2-way conversation.  That means taking the time to BE PRESENT with your body.  TUNE INTO your body.  LISTEN to what it has to tell you.  This is how you begin, and it requires patience.

Once you’ve taken the time to sit down, tune in, and listen, you might start to NOTICE messages coming to you from your body.  THESE MESSAGES ARE IMPORTANT.  They are true communication from you body.  They have MEANING and SIGNIFICANCE.

In a dialogue, you get to speak as well as listen.  So here’s how a conversation might begin.

YOU:  I’m here.  I’m listening.  What would you like to tell me about the pain in my lower back.

BODY:  You’re listening?  That’s new and refreshing.  Wow!  OK.  The pain your lower back is about you needing time to rest and relax.

YOU:  I don’t have time to rest and relax.  I have a very heavy work schedule.

BODY:  Then the pain in your back will continue.

YOU:  Well, wouldn’t you like to feel better?

BODY:  Sure.  But this pain is a message.  You need to slow down and get some relaxation.  If you don’t, I’m going to have to “up the ante” and the pain will get worse until you HAVE to stop.

At about this time, you and your body are locked into a battle.  Your body feels like an adversary, not a friend at all.  And from your body’s perspective, you’re not truly listening, are you?

What if the dialogue could go another way?

YOU:  I’m here.  I’m listening.  What would you like to tell me about the pain in my lower back.

BODY:  You’re listening?  That’s new and refreshing.  Wow!  OK.  The pain your lower back is about you needing time to rest and relax.

YOU:  Tell me more about this.  I have a heavy work schedule, so I need to understand this message more fully to figure out a solution.

BODY:  Your heavy work schedule is sapping your strength, your energy, and your health.  If you don’t find a way to take better care of yourself, you’re going to become sick.  This lower back pain is a signal that your life is out of balance.

YOU:  I do feel out of balance, but I’m not sure how to create more balance because my job requires I work long hours.

BODY:  It’s time to start looking at how to create more balance.  If you just agree to start, that will help.

YOU:  What is one step I can take to get started?

BODY:  Think of something that is fun and relaxing for you to do and make plans to do it today or tomorrow.  Even if you do it for only a few minutes every day, it will make a difference.

YOU:  Thank you, body.  I’m going to explore that.

Now this is just a “tip-of-the-iceberg” conversation.  It may be necessary to go much deeper, to have a series of conversations, and to make some commitments to yourself and to your body in order to truly make changes.  After all, we are creatures of habit and habits are difficult to change unless we are highly motivated.

For too many of us, high motivation may mean “flat on your back” unable to move.  That was certainly true for me at certain points in my life.  My physical body was trying it’s best to warn me, but I refused to listen.  I was a workaholic, type “A” personality.

So if you have physical symptoms that you would like to address, instead of popping a pill to mask them, try having a dialogue with your body.  You might be amazed at what you discover, and you might be able to come up with a solution that prevents more serious illness from arriving.

Namaste,
Nedda

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If you would like to have a conversation with your body or a specific part of your body, but find it difficult to do this on your own, consider a session with Nedda. 

Nedda will hold the space for you and your body while she facilitates the conversation between you. 

You’ll meet the parts of you that are seeking to be healed, hear their perspectives, and work out solutions that are mutually beneficial and healing. 

Learn how to provide all parts of you with support, appreciation, and love. 

End the struggle between you and your physical body.

Develop a partnership that will last a lifetime.

DISCOVER Source Resonance Healing™.

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