Transformation - The "Mother" of Prevention by Chef JeM .....

12 Steps to Preventing Illness

Date:   6/25/2017 2:42:02 AM ( 3 y ago)

If we realize that we have multiple dimensions to our being (most simply stated in the trinity of mind-body spirt) and that these dimensions intercept and interact with each other then we can understand how suppressing our thoughts, feelings and/or emotions can impact the body via the mind-body channels. I'm familiar with how this works from life-long personal experiences of suppression that began as of about age one. My initial impact manifested in my speech.

"... if you let fear sink into the body, you have war in the body. Inflammation develops, so you use antibiotics and antipruritics. This raises the chance of allergies. If you suppress allergies long enough, you get autoimmune diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatism, multiple sclerosis, Hashimoto’s disease. And if you don’t live with daring, you certainly don’t want to deal with your symptoms, so you suppress them with antihistamines and cortisones, which creates still deeper problems. All of this is because we don’t know how to work with our aggression. We have to live with courage, and recognize that our symptoms represent our problems in life."[1]

I'd like to read "The Healing Power of Illness" and see how it addresses suppression in children.

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Notes:

[1] Dr. Rüdiger Dahlke’s 12 Steps to Preventing Illness
Rüdiger Dahlke is a physician and psychotherapist, co-author of The Healing Power of Illness: Understanding What Your Symptoms Are Telling You and many other books on addressing illness. He believes disease presents an opportunity to become more aware and find out why we’re alive. These are the steps he recommends for addressing illness before it settles into the body.:

https://www.dahlke.at/images/buecher/Dahlkes12Steps.pdf

 

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