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“The core belief in having to be strong enough, characteristic of many people who develop chronic illness, is a defence. The child who perceives that her parents cannot support her emotionally had better develop an attitude of “I can handle everything myself.” Otherwise, she may feel rejected. One way not to feel rejected is never to ask for help, never to admit “weakness” — to believe that I am strong enough to withstand all my vicissitudes alone.”
― Gabor Maté, When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress
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Living with an autoimmune disease can be incredibly frustrating. However, understanding the spiritual meaning behind these conditions can be empowering and enable us to take better care of ourselves.

Autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks the body instead of foreign invaders like bacteria or viruses.

Conditions such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Grave's disease, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, and lupus are all examples of autoimmune diseases.

The exact cause of autoimmune diseases is still unknown, although genetics, diet, and stress are believed to play a role. While there is no specific cure for these diseases, there are various treatments and lifestyle changes that can help alleviate the pain and suffering they cause.

Understanding the spiritual aspect of chronic illnesses like autoimmune diseases can be incredibly beneficial. It's important to note that this understanding is not about blaming ourselves for being ill.

We have little control over certain aspects of our health, and our illnesses are not a result of any incorrect spiritual response. Instead, learning about the spiritual aspects of our illnesses can help us discover how to best support our bodies, hearts, and spirits.

Body Pain Linked To Emotion

shoulder pain emotional physical connection
Pain in your Shoulder
Represents our ability to carry our experiences in our life joyously. 
We make life a burden by our attitude.
Emotional physical ankle pain
Pain in your Ankle
Inflexibility & Guilt. 
Ankles represent the ability to receive pleasure.
mid back pain emotional physical connection
Pain in your Upper Back
Lack of emotional support.
Feeling Unloved.  Holding back love.
Emotional physical knee pain
Pain in your Knee
Stubborn pride & ego.
Inability to bend. Fear. Inflexibility, won't give in.
elbow pain emotional physical connection
Pain in your Elbow
Represents changing directions & accepting new experiences.
Emotional physical Hip pain
Pain in your Hip
Fear of going forward in major decisions. Nothing to move forward to.

When you're prepared for a transformation, we'll be right here to assist you in understanding your body and uncovering the underlying reasons. We'll help you recognize the emotions that may be contributing to your discomfort. By simply acknowledging these emotions, they can release their grip, and often, the discomfort vanishes.

Decoding the Hidden Messages Behind Physical Ailments.

Everything in the physical world reflects something in the spiritual realm. When we talk about abundance, we're actually talking about having an abundance of emotional, mental, and spiritual energy. These energies fill us up, and what overflows becomes apparent in our physical reality.

The signs and experiences we encounter in our physical lives encourage us to explore our own energetic and spiritual nature.

Usually, we don't think much about these things when our bodies are healthy, free from pain, or unaffected by chronic illnesses. But when our bodies experience pain or are affected by disease or accidents, we start searching for answers. We want to understand why these things are happening. Or maybe we just want to fix what we think is wrong.

In reality, when our bodies don't align with our desires, it doesn't mean that we're broken in a metaphysical way. Our bodies are simply doing their job. One of their roles is to convey messages from the higher energetic realms to us. It's then up to us to interpret these messages and take appropriate action.

Western medicine believes that we feel pain because we can. Its approach to pain, as the main symptom of any illness, mainly revolves around drugs and surgery. The treatment involves numbing or redirecting pain receptors in the body or removing the affected organ. While this approach may work for acute situations, it's only a temporary solution and often has harmful consequences when dealing with pain or other imbalances in our bodies. In most cases, western medicine doesn't offer much help and makes us endure unbearable symptoms before recognizing any disharmony.

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