Psyche & Health in the E.G.O.
I reckon that the door to psychopathy must have been left open.
Date: 3/2/2018 6:46:55 AM ( 6 mon ) ... viewed 291 times
June 7, 2018 -
There exists many perspectives on "disease" as well as in regards to bodily pains and other physical conditions. All perspectives might possibly be represented on a spectrum ranging from the exclusively physical through layers of the non-physical dimensions of our being such as emotional, mental, etheric, spiritual, etc. If you are open to considering the perspectives beyond just the physical - read on!
"When you experience a physical or psychic malaise, do not try to get rid of it by immediately resorting to medication. First, consider that in giving you this pain, nature is pressing you to do work on the spiritual plane. Try to forget this discomfort for a moment, and meditate, pray, connect yourself to the light. I am not saying that you can cure all your pains by means of thought. But instead of always choosing the easy way to rid yourself of the smallest aches and pains through external means such as tablets, pills and so on, first call upon a spiritual element. Try working with light, love, harmony and purity."
July 1, 2018 - Unresolved Emotions Harm You -
ANGER weakens the LIVER,
GRIEF weakens the LUNGS,
WORRY weakens the STOMACH,
STRESS weakens the HEART and BRAIN,
FEAR weakens the KIDNEY.
May 29, 2018 -
"Energetically, kidney problems can be associated with being ‘pissed off’."
I believe there is "new medicine" correlations like this as well!
May 14, 2018 - "The Role of Magnesium in Pain" -
"Magnesium plays an important role in the prevention of central sensitization and in the attenuation of established pain hypersensitivity ... magnesium has been investigated in various clinical conditions associated with acute or chronic pain. ... Magnesium is playing an evolving role in pain management ..." -
"Magnesium in the Central Nervous System", Chapter 11 - The role of magnesium in pain.
March 2, 2018 -
"Understanding how the brain parcels out specific decision-making tasks can offer insight into conditions in which such networks go awry, such as in the case of psychiatric disorders. Depressed people, for example, clearly have difficulty with value-based decision making: because nothing feels good or seems appealing, all options appear equally bleak and making choices becomes impossible. Hoarding disorder, in contrast, may involve overvaluation of certain possessions and impairment of the cognitive control needed to shift one’s attention away from them. That explains why hoarding becomes more important than other life goals like maintaining relationships."
Dr. Mark Hyman presented an interesting series titled "Broken Brain" that focused on a number of conditions including depression but not the "Hoarding disorder" which I would have been interested in seeing as one of our former "fellow gardeners"(FG) had that condition. Other FGs included the conditions of Bipolar Brain Disorder, PTSD, Depression, plus couple others that I'll have to research to get names for.
 In "Insight June 2018" By: Michele Finey:
decision-making, psychiatric disorders, Depression, Hoarding disorder, Broken Brain, Bipolar, psychopathy
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