Anxiety Relief in Chronic Illness
Have you ever been told that a particular symptom or illness was “all in your head?”
Whoever made such a statement may have also said that your illness was psychosomatic.
In fact, this person may have spoken more truth than was realized at the time.
Psyche is the Latin term for mind, while soma refers to the body. A disrupted energy system not only causes bad thoughts and feelings in the mind, it can also alter cellular function, chemicals, and hormones within the body.
Psychosomatic illness literally means a disease of the body that originates in the mind. Many people today talk about the Mind-Body connection in healing, but this goes much deeper than most realize.
A dis-ease represents a failure of the body to perform its natural healing functions following any trauma. There are certainly other requirements for healing, such as good nutrition and healthful habits. However, a failure to heal often results from a disrupted energy system that affects both the psyche (mind) and soma (body.)
Many physicians today realize that a huge percentage of chronic illness is psychosomatic – that is, a physical illness that results from thoughts, memories, beliefs, and negative emotions held in the subconscious mind. Some of these disruptions are the result of abuses suffered during childhood. Nearly all can be corrected, regardless of their origin.
Feelings of anger, fear, bereavement, hatred, and guilt may well be underlying factors in a long list of mystery illnesses. Such illnesses include cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, environmental sensitivity, multiple sclerosis, autoimmune disease, allergic reactions, fibromyalgia, hypertension, and on and on.
When we understand that negative emotions result from a disrupted energy system, we also understand that correcting such disruptions is essential before one can hope to prevent or reverse chronic disease. This has never before been so thoroughly understood or as easily accomplished as it is today.
Conditions that formerly required months or years of intense therapy and/or medications often respond within a few hours to Anxiety Relief Techniques® (ART.)
In addition to wartime atrocities, such examples include the life-altering stress and anxiety suffered by victims of rape, savage beatings, sexual abuse, terrorist attacks, or following natural disasters.
Many individuals who suffer extreme traumatic experiences develop chronic and disabling conditions later in life. These conditions may include mental and/or physical illnesses. One of these conditions is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Many other chronic and disabling conditions can result from such extreme stress as well.
Healthcare professionals in the past have had little to offer victims of extreme trauma and stress except pharmaceuticals or psychotherapy. Today we have better solutions.
Because of the work of pioneers in the emerging field of energy medicine, effective alternatives are now available. These pioneers include George Goodheart, DC, Roger Callahan, PhD, John Diamond, MD, Gary Craig, Tapas Fleming, Stephen Daniel, PhD, Deborah Smithdeal, PhD, Charles Smithdeal, MD, FACS, and others.
Once learned, our techniques can be self-administered at home.
To find out if we can help your situation, text: (727) 512-5130