Monday, 13 August 2012

Alegerea care vindeca / The Choice that Heals


English version in the second part of the post

Alegerea care vindeca
- Arielle Essex

"Ne alegem bucuriile si tristetile cu mult inainte sa le traim." Kahill Gibran

Cat de des dai atentie la ceea ce corpul tau incearca sa-ti spuna? Nu ti-ar placea daca ai primi ajutor pentru a interpreta aceasta comunicare subtila?

Fiecare simptom are un mesaj iar fiecare boala spune o poveste. N-ar fi extraordinar daca ai gasi modalitati noi pentru a rezolva problemele pe care aceste povesti le aduc la lumina? N-ai avea mai multa incredere? Nu te-ar ajuta oare sa iei decizii mai curajoase? Nu ti-ar fi oare mai usor sa faci pasul si sa fii omul pentru care ai venit sa fii?

Daca ai probleme fizice sau daca te confrunti cu probleme care ti se par imposibil de rezolvat, poate ca a venit momentul sa inveti sa asculti semnele si semnalele care iti sunt transmise. Corpul tau este o prelungire a mintii, este precum un computer care printeaza fiecare gand si fiecare sentiment pe care le-ai avut vreodata. Tiparele de gandire repetitive formeaza santuri adanci in creier si intaresc acele idei pana cand aceastea devin realitate. Dar cum ar fi daca aceste idei se bazeaza pe informatii eronate? Cum ai putea sa stii?

Exista un test simplu care arata daca gandurile tale se bazeaza pe adevar sau pe minciuni: modul in care tu te simti! Daca te simti cu adevarat linistit/a, fericit/a, usurat/a, creativ/a, impamantat/a si echilibrat/a, atunci gandurile pe care tocmai le-ai avut reprezinta adevarul. Daca te simti iritat/a, frustrat/a, anxios/oasa, deprimat/a sau vinovat/a, atunci gandurile tale se bazeaza pe minciuni. Este cu adevarat simplu! Asa ca, intr-un fel, gandurile tale negative au un scop incredibil de important: ele iti spun imediat ca gandirea te indeparteaza de pe calea ta. Si atunci este nevoie sa identifici care ganduri sunt responsabile si cum de ele nu pot fi adevarate.

Fiecare sentiment negativ are un scop bine determinat si aduce o informatie valoroasa pentru tine. Simptomele fizice exprima de asemenea sentimente numai ca intr-un mod metaforic. Oare inflatiile, umflaturile, inrosirea pielii si durerea fizica nu exprima de fapt furia? In acelasi mod, oare nu cumva excesul de mucozitati, racelile, retentia de apa si tesuturile blocate de fluide nu retin cumva lacrimile produse de tristete? Tensiunea, articulatiile inflexibile, crampele musculare si scrasnitul dintilor nu sunt oare si ele modalitati de exprimare a fricii?

Atunci cand observi care parte a corpului este afectata si compari simptomul si sentimentele cu ceea ce se intampla in viata ta, totul incepe sa capete sens.

Poate ca atentia indreptata asupra simptomelor zilnice si confruntarea cu problemele pe care ele le aduc in atentie ar putea fi cea mai potrivita forma de medicina preventiva.

De obicei, bolile serioase au nevoie de un timp indelungat pentru a se manifesta. Ele nu apar peste noapte. Poate parea ca apar repede pentru ca multi oameni nu sunt constienti ca ceva nu este in regula pana cand nu li se pune un diagnostic. Adevarul este ca toate problemele nerezolvate se aduna in timp si formeaza ganduri persistente care intuneca creierul. Iar tiparele gandurilor negative afecteaza traseele nervoase taind alimentarea organelor si tesuturilor vitale. Si, atunci, mai este de mirare ca apare boala?

"Antidotul epuizarii nu este odihna. Antidotul epuizarii este ascultarea inimii." David Whyte




The Choice that Heals 
- Arielle Essex

"We choose our joys and sorrows long before we experience them." Kahill Gibran 

How often do you pay attention to what your body is trying to tell you? Wouldn't it be nice if you could get expert help interpreting this subtle communication?

Every symptom has a message and every illness tells a story. Wouldn't it be great to find new ways to resolve the problems these stories reveal? Wouldn't that give you confidence? Wouldn't that help you make more courageous decisions? Wouldn't you find it easier to step out and be who you really came to be? 
     
If you've have physical problems or you face what seems to be impossible issues, then maybe it is time to learn to listen to the signs and signals being sent. Your body is like an extension of your mind, like a computer print out of every thought and every feeling you've ever had. Repetitive thought patterns form grooves in the brain, reinforcing those idea pathways until you believe they are the truth. But what if they are based on mistaken information? How would you know?  
     
There's a simple acid test that reveals whether your thoughts are based on truth or lies: how you feel! If you feel truly peaceful, happy, at ease, creative, grounded and balanced, the preceding thoughts must be true. If you feel irritated, frustrated, anxious, depressed or guilty, then your thoughts are based on lies. Simple really! So, in a way, your negative feelings serve an incredibly important purpose: they tell you immediately when your thinking has gone off course. Then it just requires a process of identifying which thoughts might be responsible, and why they cannot be true.

Every negative feeling has a distinct purpose with valuable information to tell you. Body symptoms also express feelings in metaphorical ways. Doesn't it make sense that inflammation, swelling, redness, and pain seem rather angry? Similarly, excess mucous, colds, water retention and tissues that get bogged down with fluid may be holding tears of sadness. Tension, stiff joints, cramping muscles, and grinding teeth, are all ways of tightly holding on in fear.
When you notice which part of the body is affected, and trace the symptom and the feeling back to current life events, it all starts to make perfect sense.
  
Perhaps paying attention to everyday symptoms and facing the issues they flag up to you could be the best form of preventative medicine.    

Serious illnesses usually take a long time to manifest. They don't happen overnight. It just seems that way because most people have no awareness of what's wrong until a diagnosis has been made. But the truth is that various unresolved issues collect over time, forming thought clouds that clutter up the brain. Such negative thought patterns actually impede nervous pathways, cutting off supply to vital organs and tissues. Is it any wonder that dis-ease occurs?

"The antidote to exhaustion is not rest. The antidote to exhaustion is wholeheartedness." David Whyte

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