Affects on Health
Circle 5 (29-3-04)
and All the Angels
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So be it (Amen)
Welcome to today’s circle at Mystic
Familiar and thank you all for coming along!
Today we are
going to speak about the health and wellbeing
of our bodies and how pain within our bodies
can reflect the problems going on in our life
right now. I must stress at this point however,
that any extreme or prolonged pain must be
reported to your Doctor/GP immediately without
any delay. The pain or illness I speak of
during this circle is pain caused by circumstance,
cause and effect.
We shall begin
with the head and many of us suffer with headaches,
which of course is primarily caused by stress.
Stress comes about when we worry about a given
situation or situations and as a result we
become tense and we get a headache. A headache
is often the sign of denial of the self and
the ability to create a solution. In the spiritual
sense this means that we are not working with
the higher self in order to tap into the knowledge
that is freely available to us and that knowledge
and wisdom that has been inherited throughout
of lifetimes here on earth and also from the
spirit plane. We can best tap into this knowledge
through meditation or just pure relaxation.
It is also important that we sleep and rest
well as this does have the best effect on
our mental wellbeing.
Sore eyes are
linked with refusal to see what is in front
of you both in the physical and spiritual
sense. If you are one of the lucky few who
do not need to wear glasses, this could be
because your sight is your strongest sense
and also that you will not miss what is going
on around you. You may be known as a people
watcher for example and will be good at picking
up people’s traits and mannerisms. Remember,
just as the other muscles in our bodies need
to be exercised, so do our eye muscles. Begin
to use the eyes and you will begin to see
a whole new world! Have you ever heard the
saying “none as so blind as those who
do not see”, this relates to those who
are mentally and not physically blinded.
are associated with the nose, throat and ears
and many of us also experience pain in these
nose is associated with our sense of smell
and sniffing out of problem or something that
is not good; and it is also linked with sticking
our nose into the problems of others. Refusal
to use and overuse of this sense results in
blockage and pain. You will find that people
who interfere with the lives of others can
suffer with bad sinus pain. Like the eyes,
with under use of this sense the nose can
become blocked. Smell alerts us also to many
dangers, fire is one example and gas and fuel;
so don’t ignore what your nose is telling
you and use it wisely!
Pain in the
ears happens when we refused to listen, both
to our self and to the good advice of others.
It is strongly associated to the denial of
the self and is one of the first places to
become affected during bouts of depression.
Tinnitus is the biggest coincidence (or side
effect) of depression because drugs that are
given to numb the senses during this time
can actually be the contributor of Tinnitus.
So begin now to listen to yourself, your fears,
your hopes, your everything!
naturally controls speech and a sore throat
is linked with either having too much to say
or not speaking when you should speak to voice
your emotions. The throat is main communication
tool that your body uses and should be treated
and respected with great care. Those who are
timid or fear speaking about themselves or
their feelings suffer with frequent sore throats.
Those who meddle in the affairs of others
and who title tattle also suffer frequently
from sore throats.
Next we come
to the chest where we find the heart, lungs
and digestive system.
The heart is
the control centre (linked with the brain)
to our emotions. It controls how we feel,
how we love and how we react. The heart becomes
troubled when we refuse to show our emotions
and keep them tucked inside, this in turn
causes stress. Our heart also becomes troubled
when we fall out of love and also when we
loose someone dear to us, indeed it feels
as though our heart has broken into many pieces
during this time. The ways in which we can
keep a healthy heart is by communication and
keeping our heart open to allow love to flow
in. Our heart also shows us instinct and we
should listen to our heart when making conscious
decisions. For example if our heart drops
when we are making a decision then this is
not right for us, when it beats faster and
we feel excitement then often this is a good
indication that this is something we should
try at least.
The lungs are
our filtration system and also the system
that carries all the good things like oxygen
and nutrients around our body. When we refuse
to move forward in our lives we begin to deprive
our bodies of the crucial nutrients our bodies
so need and through taking drugs we begin
to suppress our own true feelings, smoking
cigarettes is just one example. When we have
no respect for our body we also expose ourselves
to other toxic fumes without a thought. Those
who love and cherish their body also cherish
and love their mind and thoughts and they
prevent themselves from being subjected to
anything that can cause their body any harm.
We should all learn to treat our bodies with
respect and by doing so we begin to respect
our own self.
Next we have
our digestive system which is also closely
linked with our emotions. By abusing our digestive
system we are showing a dislike to who we
are and under and over eating and digestive
problems are linked to low self esteem and
depression also. When we respect our digestive
system and begin to eat the right amounts
of food and wholesome food our whole body
benefits and in turn this leads to a better
state of mental health also.
come to the limbs, the arms and the legs.
When we suffer
from pain in our arms this could be because
we fail to reach out to others, either in
a way we can help or accept help. Pain in
the arms can also indicate that we fear we
will not reach our chosen goals or ambitions.
If you are emotionally stifled and do not
wish to be hugged you may also suffer from
pains in your arms.
Pain in the
legs means that you are fearful of moving
forward in life, this is mostly related to
pain in the knee area. Pain in the back of
the legs means you are fearful of looking
back into your past. Naturally the cure is
to look forwards without fear and to remember
we cannot and do not have to go back to our
past, so do not fear it.
Pain in the
hands is associated with poor communication
skills and also indicates the fear of releasing
innermost thoughts and expressing them. Indeed
pain in the hand may also mean to a pianist
for example that they fear playing a note
wrong, hence this is also linked with idealism
and being too much of a perfectionist; so
give yourself a break if this is the case!
Pain in the
feet means you are stuck in your ways and
have no desire to move on. It means you have
grown roots from your feet and do not wish
to budge be it to go on holiday, shopping,
to a new home.
Back pain associates
with all the different parts of the body,
for example the centre of the back is associated
with the thoracic or chest area, the upper
half is associated with the head, neck and
arms; and the lower part the stomach and legs.
So if you are experiencing pain in any of
the 3 regions, then you must associate the
cause with the parts we have already covered.
I hope that
you have enjoyed today’s wellbeing circle
and I shall now open up the room to invite
any questions that you may have, thank you.
Spiritgail, Designed & Edited by Sol
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