I am referring to an interesting post you made regarding the chinese making the link that the liver congestion in adults and thier childhood trauma.
"See, the Chinese recognized about 3,000 years ago that such anger as was demonstrated toward me COULD be a symptom of a congested/weak liver and gallbladder. That's on the physical plane. However, we can't rule out the possibility of psychological issues involved possibly stemming from childhood abuse which is manifested through adult anger."
I find this fascinating... as by syncronicity I have been learning indirectly about this subject from a gentleman called David Wilcock (who many claim to be the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce).
video here -
He mentions something called the "shadow soul" where we (our conciousness) represses things. He says that these repressionss need to come out, and will manifest as illness'. I also learned that the liver is the seat of anger
(look on bottom of page for "THE EMOTIONAL LEVEL OF HEALING")
David Wilcock explains that when we are sick it is because we are metaphorically "an island surrounded by shit". And the only way to heal what is repressed is to "shed light on it", just be concious of it.
Looking back at my life there are many years I cannot remember... lots of stuff I must have repressed in my childhood. So lately I have been keeping a journal, and writing down stuff and whatnot trying to remember or bring stuff out.
I am just wondering, since you are very experienced in this profession, how much experience you have with the non-physical plane of the liver/gall-bladder. And if so what techniques and suggestions you have that would help a person to shed light on the darkness that they have repressed.
Sorry for such a long post... I did not intend to make you read a long post like this.