this is very interesting stuff.
you can scroll down to see what different symptoms and illnesses mean, metaphysically.
Just Plain Nuts.
(07-16-2015, 12:45 AM)Octo Wrote: I'm certain feelings and emotions can cause illness, but to categorize like that seems too simplified.
Quote:Make Those Tears Count
Never judge your feelings while you’re having them; there’s always a reason something’s a big deal to you.
Follow these tips for a genuinely good cry…
1. Cry for your own pain, not just for others’. Crying in movies and when listening to sad songs is a good way to let off some built-up emotion. But you may not be dealing directly with your own hurts when that happens. Remember it’s okay to cry for yourself.
2. Let yourself cry over spilt milk. You don’t have to wait till somebody dies. You can cry about anything that triggers you, no matter how seemingly trivial.
3. Don’t set a time limit on tears. Your heart will decide when enough is enough. If you connect with the true source of your pain, you’ll find it’s finite. But you don’t get to dictate a time limit for your sorrow. Be patient.
4. Pick up where you left off. If you have to keep a stiff upper lip, perhaps because you’re at work, check in with yourself later and see how you feel. Reflect on the incident in private if you feel it’s unresolved. Don’t stress out if you can’t recapture the pain. Tears are like cats: You can’t lead them on a leash.
5. Speak only kind words to yourself. When you cry, watch for self-critical and invalidating self-talk like this:
It’s not that big a deal
I’m too sensitive
Big boys/girls don’t cry
Instead, say, “I’m sorry” and “I’m with you” and “I love you.” Don’t say these things in order to make yourself stop crying. Say them in order to be compassionate to yourself.
6. Cry in public. If you’ve never cried in public before, you may be surprised to find that many people will be drawn to you. Your tears make you vulnerable, and therefore no threat to others. Kindness is a frequent response to public tears.
If you remember just one thing from this post, let it be self-compassion.
Quote:Breast Cancer; Breast Cancer represents a preference for the symbols of Love, rather than the Love itself. Cancer, generally represents Father issues, or more specifically that one is not the centre of the father's world. This may mean a rejection of one's femininity by the Father or at least the perception of that. Or, since Breasts project out into the world, and therefore have that Yang aspect, a rejection of projecting one's Feminine Principal. Breasts represent the Feminine Principal and any kind of deformity suggests difficulty in accepting that in one's self
(07-17-2015, 09:29 PM)US nli Wrote: Hey CC, your intentions are good, but not everything is is fully understood either in the medical field, nor the metaphysical realm.
(07-17-2015, 10:26 PM)Octo Wrote: CC, I'm sorry to hear about your problems, I know you want to know the cause of it so it can be addressed properly and it sure as hell is worth looking into non-physical reasons as well.
My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer a few weeks back, she's having surgery on Monday. She wants to know what caused it, she never smoked, drank or did anything known to cause breast cancer and it doesn't run in the family.
But I just won't suggest to her she has unresolved daddy issues ffsi.
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