Illness As Mind-body Conflict

The body speaks and of itself through symptoms. Illnesses, wounds, pain and discomfort indicate that something bad is going on in the body. Often this has to do with emotions in a bad way, there is a conflict between body and mind.

This approach can be viewed from different therapeutic techniques. It may seem closely related to Freud’s outdated theories of psychoanalysis and repression, but it is more than that. So-called third-generation therapies, such as mindfulness, yoga, cellular regeneration therapy, biochemistry, and quantum physics, have arrived at the idea through various perspectives that the mind and  body are directly connected and have a very powerful influence on each other.

Body signals

When you are in pain, feeling tired or developing an illness, it means that your body is trying to warn you about something. Your mind is interpreting a situation that may be strongly related to your emotions. It’s time to stop and analyze what’s going on, how you’re feeling, and how much it’s affecting you.

Two Hands With A Rose And A Lily Between As A Balance Between Body And Mind

If you always use conventional medicines as your first option, you can use the power of your mind to maximize the effects of your medicinal treatment and self-care. But to explore the power of your mind you need to give yourself enough time, permission and patience.

The power of thoughts

Your mind is made up of thoughts. Every thought that goes through your head affects your life, your body and pretty much your entire reality. The thoughts that most influence your environment are those that you pay the most attention to and that you nurture through words, actions, and reactions.

If thoughts affect reality and the body, positive thinking can help solve problems, cure illnesses, and compensate for shortcomings. Positive thinking  alone is of course not enough. Thinking only of what you consider ‘good’ consists of having prejudices and assuming that you will get everything you want without having to do anything for it.

To change this way of thinking and to interpret what you perceive,  you have to go deeper  into the world of emotions. This means developing your emotional intelligence and learning more about yourself.

Illness as an interpretation of reality

An illness can reflect your mind doing something you don’t like. To change this, you must observe how your mind is programmed, how you came to this programming and how it manifests in your behavior. You learn from your family the way you maintain your emotions.

Emotions such as fear, anger, anger, sadness and doubt reflect certain mental attitudes that can cause us to react in an inappropriate way. Maybe you have trust issues or expect too much from others.

Certain physical problems are rooted and sown in the soil of emotions. Some forms of pain are caused when we are unable to understand an experience that aroused pain, dissatisfaction, or anger. These experiences are dormant within you and slowly but surely manifest themselves in physical symptoms.

A Naked Woman Lying On The Floor Because Her Body And Mind Are In Conflict

In summary, certain physical symptoms are related to unhappiness, dissatisfaction, attachment, problems with control or misunderstood anger, etc. They say that every illness essentially reflects something hidden deep inside. When the heart is hurt, irritated, angry or disappointed, the body will reflect these feelings. The body is the most direct reflection of how you think and how you feel.

Emotions and illnesses

The research revealed in the book  Emotions and Health, published by Ariel publishers, describes how  emotions and behavior play an important role in people’s well-being and the development of disease from a psychological, physiological and social perspective.

We learn more about the variables that are beneficial to our health, but we also know more about the pressures, competition and demands placed on us in our daily lives. In this regard  , emotional management is a determinant of health and therefore of disease.

I think therefore I am

Louise L. has spent most of her life teaching other people that their thoughts  can change their lives. She has written many books that have helped people discover their own worth. She believes that if children learned the power of their thoughts from an early age, their journey through life would be much happier and more rewarding.

We invite you to reflect on  the power of the thoughts and words we use every day. If you are able to identify them, turn the negative actions into positive actions and words and internalize them, you will change the way you feel and live.

Girl With A Butterfly On Her Shoulder

How to make yourself feel better

Everything happens for a reason and you can learn from every experience. You get to know and accept yourself better. You learn to have a good relationship with both yourself and others. You learn to stop waiting and start loving yourself. That way you can be more loving, more patient, more reliable and more compassionate; enjoy what you have; allow yourself to get excited about things; and believe that  the universe has given you everything you need to be happy.

If you manage your emotions, your body will stop sending such worrying signals. If you’re always tired or sick, it could be a sign that you’re  putting your immune system at risk by not properly managing your emotions. When you are in a state of happiness, calmness, growth, discovery and completeness, your body secretes hormones that give you energy, life and health.

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