Hello my dear friends,
The Ancients clarified that our Universe exists within Us.
Our external reality is a reflection of our Inner Workings. Our outer reflects back to us our inner balances and our inner distortions.
Honest self awareness allows us to see and understand exactly what’s going on inside us at every moment, through observing what’s happening in our daily lives.
We already know this, so what delays us from experiencing the life we truly want to experience?
If we’re not manifesting what we think we truly want, then we need to reassess whether it is what we truly want to experience or can we have the same experience in an easier way?
Does our body know better than our mind?
Our bodies are directly connected to a more expanded version of ourselves, a version, which has access to greater knowledge, awareness and also a deeper understanding of what’s coming in our future.
Our minds, however, shift from the past to the present to the future, processing, analysing data constantly.
Why don’t we trust our bodies as much as we trust our minds?
We don’t know our bodies as intimately as we know our minds.
And what we don’t know we find difficult to trust or believe in.
I was re reading a book I’d read several years ago called Cellular Awakening, written by my friend, Barbara Wren.
Barbara runs the College of Natural Nutrition in the UK. In her book she definitively reminds us the functions of the body’s organs according to Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda.
Our Liver is the planner, and our gall bladder is the decision maker.
Both these organs are connected with the element of Wood. Wood, of course brings us back to a tree.
We need to have enough flexibility so as not to break in the face of change, yet enough structure to not get blown over by the winds of change.
If we have issues with structure and flexibility, this is regarded as an imbalance in the wood element, an example of this is arthritis.
Our liver also has an associated dominant emotion, anger.
When we plan and our plans don’t follow through we can become frustrated and angry, and this simplistically resonates in our liver.
I know from my own practice, that people who are chronically indecisive in their lives, express symptoms of an imbalanced gall bladder.
Once the liver and gall bladder functions and corresponding emotions are brought into balance through appropriate herbs and/or homeopathic remedies, we can plan our lives with correct decisions.
If you or your friends would like help or information about your liver and gall bladders please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s to our increasing joy and vitality!
Dr Sangeeta Sahi