Hello, everyone. Thank you for reading my blog today, and welcome to the Functional Yoga Medicine Show blog. I’d want to discuss Attachment to Pain and Suffering that keeps us sick and scared. Here’s the big question: Why are you so attached to pain and suffering versus focusing on your health and healing?
Fight Your Fears
What does health mean to the people who are enrolled in my year-long program? I got extremely mediocre responses, such as being symptom-free, waking up without discomfort, ceasing meds, and possibly traveling. It wasn’t like it was anything major. So I encouraged them to consider that being healthy does not imply the lack of symptoms. Running a 5k ultra marathon or even climbing Mount Everest are examples of what being healthy means to different people.
I urged them to think big about their health goals. The loftier the goals they set for themselves, the better the outcome will be since your mind needs to be expanded.
That’s where we’ll be if we’re always just existing in the status quo. When it comes to our health, we’re all plagued with dread: fear of incurability, fear of the unknown, fear of healing, fear of relationships, and even fear of money. Fear of everything that can go wrong is usually what we are afraid about. Living with sickness comes with a lot of unknowns. I understand.
Fear is the sensation of having had false experiences that appear to be true. What I always say is that fear is what creates a parasite at the end of the day.
How Fear and Stress Shape the Mind
In terms of our health, it’s like a parasitic impact. So it’s something I’d like you to learn, master, and ensure that you’re not kept hostage by your anxieties. Because it’s entirely unnecessary. Fear is a sensation, and it’s a really terrible feeling. Fear simply amplifies all of the negative frequencies. It also produces vibrations that have a physiological influence on our endocrine system, gut, brain, and immune system – altering metabolism, detoxification, and even elimination.
So it’s all about how you deal with and control your fear. Because, first and foremost, it adds stress to our lives. Stress also has an effect on our brain through the HPA axis or hypopituitary adrenal axis. And this has a cascade of negative consequences, such as endocrine disruption. Thyroid, adrenals, insulin, progesterone, cholesterol, estrogen, and testosterone are all part of the endocrine system. So it’s no surprise that many of my patients have had hypothyroidism for years, before being diagnosed.
I want you to understand the impact of stress on our brains and health. Because when stress degrades our ability, it affects our gut-brain. Now, the statistics are in the upper nineties that anyone with hypothyroid has Hashimoto’s, which is an autoimmune thyroid issue. And our enteric nervous system is essentially gut-brain. It will impact our gut permeability which allows hazardous chemicals, fragrances, and other toxins that we should be able to defend ourselves from entering our bodies.
Understanding Brain, Mind, and Thoughts
This creates a problem for us. That’s why so many patients have food intolerances, scent intolerances, and all of us who are intolerant to so many things at work. We also break out in hives and have dry patches. We have eczemas and all the other symptoms. All of the symptoms are the outcome of a more serious problem.
I’d like you to consider how fear might contribute to stress. Then we got down to business figuring out what had happened. It produces inflammation in the brain, through the gut-brain axis. And if you’re familiar with the symptoms of brain inflammation, it doesn’t appear to be the case.
Brain inflammation is difficult to detect because it does not appear as pain. Brain fog, memory loss, weariness, sadness, focus difficulty, and so on are all symptoms of this condition. It isn’t exactly remuneration. It’s not life-threatening, but many of my patients report having similar problems, and this does play a role. Then what occurs, the brain is inflamed, triggering our immune brain axes.
And that, if not properly handled, disrupts our metabolism, detoxification, and elimination by influencing our neurotransmitters, hormones, central nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system. Now it’s a poisonous pond.
Three Essentials Things in Life: Wealth, Health, and Relationship
What if you were drawn to sorrow and agony because it’s what you’re used to? I see it all the time, people’s subconsciousness and their attachment to sorrow.
Even when given the chance, we all know that if we do these things, we can get rid of a lot of our symptoms, but we get caught up in our negative thoughts and find ourselves in a vortex. We can’t seem to get out of it most of the time. All this accomplishes is to keep us in a state of fear.
When fear strikes, it begins to damage our relationships, not only with our health. It makes us unwilling to take care of ourselves. It has an impact on our relationships with our spouses, children, parents, or coworkers because we refuse to help ourselves.
After that, it will have an impact on our relationship with our wealth. Wealth, health, and relationships are the three most essential things in life. And when it begins to deteriorate, it’s like a never-ending loop of stress since that kind of stress breeds more stress. Many of my patients are unable to recover.
All in the name of Functional Medicine and Holistic Medicine, they seek an expert practitioner. But all they get is a tactical approach to modifying their diet that hardly scratches the surface. Being afraid to eat, taking a bunch of vitamins, and paying for pricey testing were all band-aid solutions. But not with drugs, because it’s a holistic approach.
Emotions and Decision Making
We are multi-layered beings. You have the physical layer, which is where the systems are breaking down. All of this is due to our emotional, mental, social, and spiritual well-being, which has been deteriorating for a long time. How many of you have had specific anxieties, and fear has become second nature to you as a result of the trauma you experienced as a child? And this is exactly what I’m finding hundred percent of the time.
When I use the Alkaline Method to get to the root of where the trauma came from, everyone realizes that it was all the past that they recreated over and over again to have this physiological consequence. Remember that fear is the ultimate parasite to your health and life, and it’s what makes diseases deteriorate. But did you know that due to your lack of self-love, you may be subconsciously tied to your misery and suffering to the point where you’re entirely surprised by your own tendencies?
Because when you have physical, emotional, or mental traumas, you have this blindside that’s been firmly ingrained in your system and you harbor it in your body as a vibrational frequency. Food isn’t just something we eat. Our emotions guide our food choices, but our emotions are preceded by our thinking, or the concepts we hold, all of which are optional.
The Benefits of Being Open-Minded
Let us work together and figure out what’s going on and get to the bottom of it. Not to wallow in self-pity, but to acknowledge and become conscious of it so that you may transition from sick to healthy, which is what our Alkaline Method allows you to accomplish. There is a significant amount of subconscious and conscious mind training, as well as the application of modern medical and ancient wisdom.
Because all of the essential and fundamental parts of our well-being are addressed in real-time, the circle of life continues. I treat you as if you are a human being. So now is the moment to reveal your attachment so that you can finally detach and be free of unnecessary anguish and suffering once and for all. I can assure you of it because I, too, am a patient. This is something I’m familiar with.
So come join me in my free Facebook group. Come over and join me there so that we can have elevated conversations together in order to try to get ourselves out of this rut and go ahead in the full-hearted healing that you are capable of. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this blog.
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Once again, I’m not claiming to be an expert. I’m a patient just like you since I understand that healing is primarily an internal process. All I can do is help you along the way because it’s your journey and yours alone.
I’ll talk to you all again next week.