Peer behind any illness in you will find an emotional trigger.
Years ago, I studied a modality called Radical Forgiveness. During it, I learned about the relationship between breast cancer and divorce. Evidently, Colin Tipping was able to link the two. His research revealed that within a five year period of divorce or death, breast cancer was often diagnosed.
Now, I don’t personally believe that all breast cancer is linked with death or divorce. But it does speak to the relationship with emotion to disease. In fact, Joy needs to be present for any healing to take place.
Now personally, I believe that cancer has a relationship with a very specific emotion: Anger.
I also know that, when you look at the emotional constellation (joy, fear, anger, sadness and disgust), there are several emotions you have to “peer under the hood of the face value”.
- The “face” of sadness is anger.
- The depth of your capacity to love, wears the face of our sadness.
- Fear is often triggered by a memory, like a childhood wound. (We’ll be going into how to clear childhood wounds in my upcoming 8 week (pay what you want!) Advanced Medical Intuition Program.
Joy is the only emotion that wears it’s “face” value.
Fear, anger, sadness, and even disgust, trigger the release of the stress hormone cortisol in your body. This chain reaction triggers an abundance of challenges, but the simplest cure is to stay in Joy.
This is often easier said than done.
Often “worry”, “regret” and anxiety start mental loops that’s hard to stop.
Here’s a quick tip on how to stay in Joy. Follow these Four Steps to Joy:
- Take a moment to write down a list of a few of your favorite memories. Make sure to have at least 10. (Tip: Add to the list when something new or old, pops up.)
- Start your day in Joy. The first thing to do when you wake up is reflect on one of your happiest moments. (This potentizes your energy field.)
- Take emotional inventory several times throughout your day. Create an alarm just for this. If you discover an emotional low, grab your list, pick a joyful moment, close your eyes, and spend time there.
- End your day, reflecting on the joyful moments (large and small) you had throughout your day. (Tip: If any are particularly powerful, add it to your Joy list.)
This helps you help yourself before illness strikes.
You are loved~