This month, we’re talking about the emotional connection to physical illness. We even have the 1st episode of our new podcast, This Heilkunst Life, to share with you on this very topic, The Healing Power of Illness, a book by Thorwald Defthlesen.
If you are already a patient of ours, you already know that this is the most authentic and integral part of a true diagnosis that we’re able to provide to our patients. Once we figure out the phenomenon behind an individual’s physical suffering through our tried and true resources, you get to fully apprehend the meaning and take full responsibility for its cause.
Symptoms, our breath, and our behaviors are some of the few ways our bodies have to flag our attention regarding something lodged in our subconscious from a prior trauma or suppressed emotion. By sussing out the root cause, not only do the symptoms typically abate, but the chance for reinfection is also mitigated. If suppressed with drugs or simply palliated, we totally miss the opportunity to analyze the story our bodies are trying to convey to our consciousness. Then, the darn root just spawns more of the same symptoms or others simply pop up that appear totally unrelated.
Please check out this month’s articles on the relationship between suppressed emotions and food cravings, torsion and pain, and of course our brand new podcast, This Heilkunst Life. We also look forward to your feedback in our behind the scenes offer.
Ally and Jeff