As winter and the holidays approach, we will recognize more and more respiratory illnesses around us. Don't fear. You can't catch anything. What you might do is let it in. The secret to staying healthy is "not letting it in!".
How does one do that? By having compassion for a person who is ill. But in today's fast paced world, we are so afraid to get sick, we resent those who are. And it is through resentment that we imbalance our spleen because it holds the energy of "resentment of others".
Understanding this, let me take you one step further. The spleen is directly connected to our lymphatic system which is directly connected to our mucus membranes. So if we hold on to resentment of others a bit too long, all this resentment energy will back up into our mucus membranes as bitterness. When it turns into bitterness, watch out, sinus infection is the outcome.
Holding on to bitterness too long can manifest into "hating the situation" at which point, this deep anger energy will enter into our lymphatic system having the ability to create swollen glands, lung infections and tonsillitis. Not pretty is it?
By paying attention to our body's language (which speaks through our physical symptoms), we can choose whether we remain healthy or follow the crowd of illness.
What choice is the healthy choice? The choice to remember that we are compassionate beings and knowing that the only way for me to catch someone else's illness is if I allow it in through my own emotional imbalances.
Now the only one responsible for my health or illness is me.
For more information, contact Linda at: firstname.lastname@example.org