This story was told me by a young mother who knew the power of awareness and distraction. It’s true when we focus our attention and intention on healing ourselves, amazing changes can occur. Education about self care, including quality nutrition, eliminating everyday stress, and learning the important function of the lymphatic system, will easily improve your immune system and ward off serious consequences.
Is your doctor responsible for your breast health? What does he know about you anyway? Don’t you know your body better than he does? I believe your body gives you signals and messages if you listen and are aware of what is happening. I believe breast health is literally in your hands. You can begin anytime to be aware of what your breasts are telling you. Do they like that underwire bra? Many women tell me they really do not like the way it feels. Heck no. They say they had no idea the under wires cut off circulation of their lymphatic system and can be harmful to their heart as well. (Clinical studies in my October and November newsletter)
What can you do you ask? Learn all you can about holistic breast health and focus on a loving lymphatic self breast massage to nurture and protect your breast health. When we learn to take responsible care and begin to love our body, we can make huge improvements in our individual wellness.
When we focus on a hurt or sadness we only get more hurt or sadness. Is it possible that we could easily change hurt feelings to an awareness of what happened and perhaps why it happened, and then get to the thought of loving ourselves and placing our hands on our heart and know there is healing inside?
One of the best ways to achieve this peace within is with EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique, tapping solution that works on deep underlying emotional patterns. We get to bring the emotion to the forefront, consider what happened, why it happened, and what we can do about it. It is amazing how we can release emotions by ourselves or with a facilitator with a few rounds of EFT.
What if we can change patterns of fear, doubt, rejection, feeling stuck, and many other emotional patterns, learn awareness, and then to a new possibility of healing with our loving hands? Is it worth experimenting? How can it get any better than this? We all have healing in our hands, love and trust in our hearts! Open up to wellness!
I sure agree to your point about listening to one’s body. It DOES talk to us and we certainly can talk back to it with our hands. What a conversation!
Love you comment Lynn. Thanks
I so love that you focus on self-care, believing in your own ability to heal yourself and the importance of listening to what your body is telling you. I love the story you tell at the beginning and will have to remember to do that to myself the next time I stub my toe or hurt something else–our minds are so amazing! We are such powerful beings, so capable of so much self-healing if we only listen and are willing to believe in our own potency. Thanks for supporting women to discover their potency, trust themselves and care for their own breast health and overall health.
Yes the story the young mother shared lead into this blog of self healing by loving our bodies, being aware of what our bodies tell us, and trusting that our hands play a big part in healing.
Great post. Love the story of the little girl. The power of our minds and turning inward to our bodies – to really listen – is simply amazing! I never realized how much healing power we own!
Isn’t it wonderful that what we need , we have. When we listen and trust and take guided action, we get to be open to wonderful possibilities.
Love it, you speak my language Joyce! Who knows your body better than you? We all have this innate, irrefutable ability to heal ourselves and guide our own healing. I will remember Sarah’s story too.
Thanks for your comment Robine, Our body has so much to offer us, when we listen to it’s messages and take guided action.
I love the story at the beginning of this post, Joyce. That distraction technique is such a good one and so easy to forget. I learned a long time ago that both hands pressed up against opposite sides of an injury helps with the pain, but I never thought about it as “healing in our hands” and the full circle that creates with “love and trust in our hearts.” Thanks for the reminder.
Thanks for the positive comments Dorine, Distraction for little ones is great. For adults, the best kind of healing is intention, guidance from within, and action to do what we know is for our greatest good.
Love this, thank you. You keep reminding me of how amazing essential oils are. It’s such a pity more people aren’t aware of it. Keep on doing your amazing work Joyce!
Thank you Caitriona. I will keep on doing what I love to do.♥