How Not To Fall Sick

In my energy healing work (reiki practice), majority of the clients who come to me have stress and/or trapped emotions that require to be released or neutralised. By the time the reiki session ends, my clients will often look so much more peaceful than before we began. In certain cases, people have even burst into spontaneous laughter! However the journey to healing can be a little bit disturbing, as halfway through such sessions, I have to guide them to release their worries/sadness/anger, etc.. And it’s in these moments that my clients may cry or feel agitated . All these are symptoms of releasing negative thoughts and disharmonious emotions.

The intent of this blogpost is not specifically about promoting reiki as a healing modality . Instead the emphasis is on mental and emotional health. In a society that can often be materialistic and superficial, people tend to ignore or disregard passive thoughts or feelings, as these are non-tangible. Instead, they focus more on the physical aspect. In relation to health, such people will only seek remedy when they see physical inflammation, rashes or bruises on their body.

In my personal opinion, mental and emotional imbalances are equally important areas to look into if one desires to maintain good health. To substantiate my point, I have inserted the YouTube video by Dr. Bruce Lipton, that succinctly explains the goings-on in our physical body (scientifically) when we are mentally or emotionally disturbed. If one actually finishes watching the whole video, one can understand how relevant this information is, during these times of great challenges associated with the Coronavirus.

Therefore, dealing with the pandemic health risk, should not just be about implementing “physical solutions” such as quarantine/social distancing. Governments and Health Authorities ought to also pay notice to mental stress and emotional imbalance (e.g. fear) of the public. If my assumption is accurate, I believe peoples’ fear and worries will have a larger negative impact on the health of the world’s population than the physical virus itself. Even after the pandemic, I suspect there will be lingering cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression, that need to be dealt with.

In summary, we need to be mindful of our daily thoughts and feelings, especially if assistance is not forthcoming from the governments relating to the aforementioned areas. Know thyself.

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After note : In the event one is not able to find any method to help balance one’s disturbing thoughts/emotions, I enclose the following link to my earlier post as a suggestion –

https://passionfortruths.wordpress.com/2020/03/17/the-need-for-grounding/