The Art of Healing Yourself – Part 1
Yes it is true, we can really help to heal ourselves. We don’t have to just rely on medical intervention. Did you know that our bodies often reflect the issues and problems we are going through? The way we feel inside often reflects on the outside? Perhaps not always immediately, but later on, sometimes even months, or years later. Many of us hold in our bodies buried pain or discomfort, which will manifest into a physical reality at some point.
Capacity to Heal
However, we all have the capacity to heal ourselves – but we have to want to do it. A healthy life style will improve your chances 100%. In today’s society there are so many temptations which could ultimately lead to consuming numerous unhealthy substances. In small quantities our bodies can cope with this. But sometimes we get too used to these unhealthy habits and we lose sight of what we are actually putting into our bodies on a regular basis.
There are experts that now believe that many of the effects from some auto-immune diseases can be drastically reduced and improved by putting into place a number of sensible and practical steps. Quite simply put, with many auto-immune diseases your body literally attacks itself. There are triggers and steps that allow the process to happen. For example, we need to look at what we put into our bodies on a regular basis, so that we can slow up, or even stop, some of these dreadful conditions from worsening.
Next week we will look at some ways in which we can put these ideas into practice and I can offer you my tips on healing yourself. I hope you find these tips and thoughts helpful. I would love to hear what you think about my ideas, and anything else you have come up with.
About the Author: Carole Langman works behind the scenes at Bowerland Cottage Holidays and Devon Dogs as the Business Manager. Her office is always a hive of activity, and with the vast amounts of work Carole has, we never really know how she gets through it all! To unwind, she loves gardening, hikes around Bowerland, travelling and writing.