Feelings and emotions are the expressive way humans live, relate to their world and know themselves. The strength that humanity possesses lies in the expression of its Truth and this Truth cannot live, be acknowledged and be useful unless individual and collective feelings are shared. Man is called to be a humanist by expressing his perceptions through his emotions or else is doomed to construct a nonsensical world of machines and life.
To ensure that feelings and emotions will prevail, nature equipped all of us with one enhanced feedback device: The human body. The most appropriate assessment tool to help you determine your level of inner strength, your capacity for inner strength and your healing potential.
The human body is your first doctor’s appointment. It speaks louder than any physiological test. When you allow yourself to feel it, it endlessly sends out information that puts you in touch with your inner health. The physical body that you see in the mirror is just a direct consequence of the mental, emotional, and causal body that even your eyes cannot see.
Here is a list of simple things to do to help you use your feelings to improve your health:
1). Take a moment to admit how you really feel. It’s so empowering to align how you feel and your acceptance of it. no one is asking you to be superhuman and always be on top of your world. Sometimes a simple acknowledgment of vulnerability prevents you from experiencing much pain.
2). The Human Body is the map your inner guide uses to send the most direct feedback about your correctness. Wherever you feel pain, imbalance, or discomfort, you are asked to identify a location in the body and relate it to the emotion it is having. The greater the connection between your emotional and physical bodies, the quicker your ability to rearrange your state back into harmony.
3). Realize that your body is new every day. never underestimate the body you had yesterday. Today is a new ship with new needs. Always assess your body in the morning for feelings where stress could occur, stiffness, pain, tension.. and journal it. Give your body a voice and let your body dictate what’s going on in your subtler dimensions.
4). Modern Medicine has grown rapidly in a very short time and continues to provide great support to the human body. Interestingly enough, the first question doctors ask is: “How are you feeling?”. The connection between feelings and health is undeniable. Developing ways to reconnect with your emotional dimension is a great way to keep you in tune with your physical body. Artistic exercises, such as dancing, singing, painting… are great ways to create a connection between your body and your emotional state.
The growing holistic healing market is showing us ways to consider our bodies in more global issues. Indeed, more and more mainstream medical facilities are associating their practices with acupuncture, massage therapy, aromatherapy and more to treat patients with a larger approach.
Many books have been written about the subtle connection between the physical body and the subconscious. That link is undeniable. Wisdom now is to allow ourselves to recognize that our bodies translate our emotions and that our emotions speak our most ancient language: our truth.