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.
Experiences are meant to be shared so we can help one another heal along the way...
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The meaning behind Sinus Infections
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Thank you Linda, this is very interesting. I am working through anger and bitterness right now, and am suffering with allergies for the first time in years.
I can say from my experience that this is true. I have been pretty pissed off for a long time over my home and work situation in which I feel trapped...haven't been able to find a better money earning deal or not happy living with a roommate who I don't want to be with. So much resentment over all this. And have had 5 bouts of sinus ailments. Lately I have been practising Buddhist breathing exercises to feel happier and accepting everything. Interesting....
When it turns into an infection, you can be sure you have reached the state of bitterness... learn these words: "I forgive myself for.... I am ready to appreciate..." It is time to redirect your energy! :)
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Thank you for these information, these are so true...
I started developing one sinus infection after another when I was very upset with treatment I was getting at work, and also very unhappy with my living arrangements. I`m now left with tinnitus which doesn`t want to go away, even if I already left the job 2 years ago and changed my rooming. I thought I have worked through that already, I am meditating, using affirmations, and telling myself often that I am willing to forgive - whether myself or others. But I guess this is not enough, otherwise I wouldn`t be sitting here with yet another sinus infection and tinnitus. I probably need to get much deeper...any suggestions? :)
Hi Anonymous: What I have learned from vibrational healing is that we may be able to deny our emotions and our beliefs; we cannot deny our physical pain. If your pain refuses to go away, it is because it is asking for more work to be done vibrationally. Usually this energy is very old, some of which is passed down through generations. So it can be difficult to recognize. That is why I love working with vibrational medicines. They take us to the "heart" of the matter so to speak. It brings this old energy back to us so we can heal ourself, one layer at a time. If this is something that interests you to work on in the future, I do work via the phone and Skype. Please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com anytime.
Thank you for this. I can't even tell you how much it helped me. You just gave me the tools to fight off this sinus infection. So much insight in these words... your work is amazing.
The Spleen also is the place of "empathy" in Chinese System. So lack of, or too much, probably causes imbalance.
Hello! Your explanation to why sinus infection happens and the links to our emotions of anger and frustrations is quite fascinating,intriguing and am curious of this new perspective!
Looking forward to reading all your other posts too. :)Thanks!
Also curious to know what emotions are linked to tinnitus! Any old trauma? Grief? Bereavement? Shift to a new location? Or just an aging process causing weak nerves?
I ask because a gentle and mobile 90 year old woman is troubled by the noises she hears, disturbs her sleep and we are unable to help her. We care for her and do not neglect her, she lives with us.
Thank you for writing this post.
oooouuuchh! hello! is it really like this! resentment, bitterness and anger causing sinus infection!!!
can resentment also be a cause for tinnitus! my 80+ aunt has tinnitus! we are unable to help her!
It is very possible that it is also connected to tinnitus. Lymphatic drainage may also help. I like this site that explains how to do it:
Hope this helps.
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