What Is Your Gallbladder Really Trying to Say to You?
As a medical intuitive healer, part of what I do in a medical intuitive reading is to listen to the messages your body is trying to express through disease.
By the time you experience disease in your physical body, you have been wrestling with issues that have filtered through:
- Your spiritual body
- Your mental body
- Your emotional body
- Your energetic body
Your energetic body includes your chakras, your acupuncture system and your breath. Congestion or blocks on this level can dam up the flow of life-giving chi to your organs.
Emotions are crucial for you to understand and resolve because emotions can shut down literally any physiological process.
Your thoughts are critical to pay attention to because your body believes every word that you say. Are you talking to yourself in life-affirming ways or destroying yourself through self sabotaging thought patterns?
Finally, your spiritual body contains information about your soul experience through many lifetimes. I clear the issues that caused you to experience a wounded spirit. As long as you walk around as a wounded spirit, you attract other wounded spirits and can continue to suffer no many how many drugs or vitamins, years of psychological therapy, acupuncture, breath work, yoga, physical therapy or other approaches you follow.
What are the common diseases of the gallbladder?
- Chronic inflammation, also known as cholecystitis
- Gallstones, which tend to develop when you eat a high-fat diet
- Choledocholithiasis, which happens when gallstones clog your gallbladder
What are the common emotions that affect the functioning of your gallbladder?
- Difficulty making choices
- Self righteous indignation
If you have been having gallbladder troubles and can’t seem to resolve them on the physical level, it’s imperative for you to identify and resolve the emotional patterns that have been clogging your gallbladder.
Common thoughts you may be thinking that affect your gallbladder may include:
- “I can’t make up my mind.”
- “Should I stay or should I go?”
- “Do I want the red one or the blue one?”
- “I’m bored.”
- “I can’t help myself.”
- “I’m so mad.”
When you repeatedly feel and think certain emotions and thoughts, specific regions of your brain fire up. These brain regions then in turn relate to specific organs in your body.
Just as your physical body benefits from healthy eating, your body heals when you stop suppressing your true feelings and change the way you think and feel.
If you have been suffering from gallbladder disease, set up an appointment with me to A identify and B resolve the emotions that have clogged up your digestive system. You can call 678-612-8816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is healing? Healing happens when you take responsibility for the messages you express to your body through the way you feel and the way you talk to yourself.