Discover How ‪‎Negative‬ Thoughts Influence Your Health

Negative emotions and thoughts can wreak havoc on our health without us even realizing it. Have you ever noticed that certain parts of your body hurt after going through a hardship or a traumatic event?

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Tense shoulders, back pain or knee pain can have other causes than a medical condition. When we try to repress our emotions, they find another way to attract our attention. Out experiences, thoughts and emotions are in fact energy that gets stored in the cellular memory of the body.

How to Detect Emotional Pain

Every area of the body is connected with a certain emotion, and when we feel pain in the shoulders, knees, back or elbows, it is a sign that something is out of balance and that we need to address it immediately.

We all deal with the events in our lives in different ways, but there seems to be a common way of reacting to a similar pattern of thought and emotions. We all store emotions in parts of the body, which are connected to specific health conditions. You just need to correctly translate the message to understand your emotional pains.

Physical Pain Triggered by Negative Thoughts

Negative feelings get trapped in our body and are reflected as physical symptoms, such a tension, pain or discomfort. This does not mean that each ailment or physical ache has an underlying emotional component, but many times,there is a connection and might be worth exploring. Although our bodies communicate with us in this way, we often do not listen, or we do not pay attention, trying to solve the problem with painkillers and anti-inflammatory pills.

Pain Area and Probable Causes

  • Neck – refusing to see a situation from different perspectives. It represents inflexibility and stubbornness.
  • Shoulders – reveals our inability to be satisfied with what we have. We see life as a burden.
  • Spine -upper (holding back love, feeling unloved, no emotional support), middle (stuck in the past, guilt), lower (no financial support, fear of not having enough money).
  • Elbows – accepting new experiences and changing directions.
  • Wrists – ease and movement.
  • Hips – fear of taking important decisions.
  • Knees – fear, pride, ego, inflexibility.
  • Ankles – inability to receive pleasure, inflexibility, guilt.
  • Bunions – lack of happiness and joy in life.

Some diseases and conditions have been linked to individual thoughts and emotional states. For example, people suffering from arthritic conditions feel resentful or unloved, while inflammation can be a sign of fear.

Next time you feel unusual stiffness and pain in a part of your body, for no apparent reason, stop and think. Meditation can help you accept these feelings instead of hiding them and letting them consume you. Accept the past, make peace with it, think that everything happened for a reason and that you had something to learn from each experience. Transform negative energy into positive one, and you will see how the pain will go away.

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