A good balance of the body and mind requires an understanding how your body works and how to manage your emotions. This way, you can work on the root cause of any
physical, emotional, or even nutritional problems. Yes, health problems occur, even without recognizing the signs and symptoms.
So, how can you get your health back on track?
This is your ULTIMATE GUIDE to help you take control of your health (and more).
We will help you bring back your perfect health that has emotional stability, a prosperous mindset, and most importantly, without pain.
Chapter 1: The Definition of Chronic and Emotional Pain
Chapter 2: How Does The Connection Between the Body and the Mind Work 2.1 What is The Body’s Normal Response? 2.2 What is GAS? 2.3 The Fight and Flight Reaction 2.4 The Special Biological Program
Chapter 3: The Biological Laws and How the Body Connects With the Mind 3.1 First Law 3.2 Second Law 3.3 Third Law 3.4 Fourth Law 3.5 Fifth Law 3.6 Scientific Verification
Chapter 4: The Relationship of Emotional Pain and Physical Pain 4.1 The Gut-Brain Connection 4.2 Triggers, Tracks, and Hanging Healing 4.3 How Do We Inactivate Any Given Track Response? 4.4 The Tree Concept: A Guide to Take Control Your Health
1. The Definition of Chronic and Emotional Pain 2. What We believe is The Origin of Pain 3. The Connection of Body with Emotions 4. How To Solve Pain
Chapter 1: The Definition of Chronic and Emotional Pain
Studies revealed that there is a link between emotional stress and pain, including abdominal pain, migraine, and neck pain. The results showed that when stress increases, the participants become tenser, causing their muscles to constrict further. Long-term muscle constriction then leads to muscular fatigue and
What is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain is a prolonged physical pain that lasts for more than 12 weeks. It may originate from acute pain from various conditions, such as an accident, an injury, surgery, inflammation, or an
Chronic pain can be the reason for one’s inability to move with ease. It may also hinder the affected individual to perform activities of daily living. Other health problems that come from
chronic pain include:
Chronic stress and depression
What is Emotional Pain?
Emotional pain, as described in the science of medicine, is a distressing feeling from a psychological, non-physical source. People with emotional pain have tendencies to have addictions because
they feel the need to divert their strong feelings of sadness, guilt, shame, or fear.
One of the most common issues that people who suffer from emotional pain experience is that their pain becomes part of who they are. And, they identify themselves with it and through it.
How Can Emotional Pain Lead to Abdominal Pain?
Continuous exposure to emotional pain causes changes in the brain, which may lead to significant behavioral changes to a person. It causes the person to be dependent on the feeling of
shame, guilt, or sadness. And as the emotional pain stays for a prolonged time, it can also affect physical health, which often shows as physical pain.
Emotional pain often results in abdominal pain. It starts a feeling of butterflies or fullness in the stomach. If emotional pain is not relieved, a person may also experience nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea, and other abdominal disorders.
Chapter 2: How Does The Connection Between the Body and the Mind Work?
Everyone has their normal moments, where they can carry out daily activities with ease. On the other hand, life also gives experiences where changes are drastic, emotions are high, and situations
The body responds specifically to what the scenario is, which includes a normal response and a Special program.
What is The Body’s Normal Response?
The body responds and changes according to the stimuli it receives. Some activities happen automatically. It includes breathing, digesting food, blinking, and heart beating. The brain regulates
these activities for us.
Ordinarily, the body can easily adapt to changing situations such as:
Change in the environment (home, holiday, or work)
Change in the schedule (time difference from travel and sleep and work pattern)
Pressure from people in your area (work, home, and special occasions)
Heightened tension at home, friends, or relatives
How the body reacts to these changes is crucial to note. Moreover, if you have experienced a similar situation previously with a positive outcome, then the body will likely have a general
A normal response is when the body reacts and adapts well to different internal and external stimuli. It often creates positive outcomes. Here are a few examples of a normal response:
When you eat something toxic or poisonous, the body reacts by letting you vomit the substance.
When you stay in high-altitude places like a mountain, the amount of hemoglobin in the blood increases to accommodate the body’s need for more oxygen.
If you accidentally touch a very hot object, you will automatically remove your hand from it.
What is GAS?
Hans Selye, a scientist from Vienna, was the first person to focus on this concept. He said that the General Adaptation Syndrome or GAS is the body’s mechanism to
adapt when a stimulus is perceived as a threat. This way, a stimulus becomes a source of stress.
He divided GAS into three possible stages of how the body reacts to stressors.
Alarm Stage: The first stage is when a person experiences a burst of energy
Resistance Stage: The second stage is when the body tries to adjust to the unwanted stimulus or stressor.
Exhaustion Stage: The third stage is the outcome of an extended stress period.
While this information clearly explains how the body responds to its stressors, we will expound more on how it relates to chronic pain, mental pain, and abdominal problems.
The Fight and Flight Reaction
The human body has a so-called Fight and Flight (and Freeze) reaction. The body responds to stimuli through either running away or in some cases, freezing. Think of freezing as a hare in the
field who is so mesmerized and absorbed in nature that he has not moved a muscle nor eat the whole morning.
Now, typically, the body responds through the fight and flight response. This happens during the first stage of the General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS), the Alarm Stage. The body fights to survive
and adapt. It makes an unconscious, dependent move to adjust to a specific change. It is a natural or biological law to make sense of how the body conforms with its surroundings.
To respond to sudden stress, the brain triggers the release of several hormones, particularly adrenaline and nor adrenaline. The result is an increase in blood pressure, heart rate, and
respiratory rate. This is the fight phase. Once the stress starts to resolve, the body returns to its normal state, which we call the flight phase.
Additionally, during the fight phase, other organs, specifically the stomach and intestines, are also involved. When we experience acute stress, digestion in the stomach and small intestines go
slower. On the other hand, the movement of the large intestines up to the colon increases. These digestive system changes are the reason why you may experience stomach pain and diarrhea during a
The Special Biological Program
There are two possibilities for how the body reacts to stressors.
The body reacts and gives a normal reaction, as described above; O
The body reacts according to a special program. This program is an upgraded theory derived from the GAS concept
The Special program begins when a person experiences a stressful and unexpected situation. It happens when you can’t share it with others as your psyche, brain, and organs react simultaneously to
The body reacts in two phases when experiencing a highly stressful situation or an unexpected shock. The reaction is triggered by any emotional distress on the organ-brain-psyche balance.
1. The Conflict Active Phase
The body enters the highest state of alertness immediately after experiencing a stressful moment until the stressful situation starts to resolve. Also known as the Stress Phase, the body
experiences the following symptoms:
2. The Healing Phase
When a resolution to the problem emerges, the stress will gradually lower until it ends. The body starts to recover. However, it may also experience fatigue or exhaustion. During this
phase, the body experiences the following symptoms:
Warm hands and feet
Better sleep quality
Sometimes, pain is present during the healing phase. According to studies, it may be the body’s way to repair itself. Take for example when you strain your ankle. Afterwards your ankle will be
swollen. This is painful due to the swelling.
At this point, pain may be present as one of the main symptoms of the above body conditions. Moreover, you may also experience fatigue during the recovery phase as your organs work double-time to
heal and work normally again.
Chapter 3: The Biological Laws and How the Body Connects With the Mind
Biological or natural laws come from the concept of the psycho-biological study of a living organism. The biological laws aim to achieve the proper connection between the body, mind, and spirit.
The First Biological Law
The first law, also called the Iron Rule, has 3 criteria.
The first criterion is that all diseases, called an SBS or Significant Biology Special Program, comes from the DHS or Dirk Hamer Syndrome. Its
defining characteristics are:
Unexpected, sudden, or acute
Isolating conflict shock
For example, you are demoted or fired from your job. This scenario is unexpected and dramatic, where you may not solve instantly. The experience of shock conflict comes at the same time on all
your 3 components:
In your organs (etheric body)
On your brain (mental and emotional body)
On the psych (spiritual body)
All your 3 components exhibit a clear signal of the conflict.
The conflict results in organ cell changes, depending on the location and extent of the tissue damage. It also affects cell increase or decrease, and tissue function loss or recovery
The conflict alters the brain, as in the Hamersche Herde (HH) or Hamer Focus Theory. According to the HH concept, the brain changes during the
conflict-active phase. The changes can be detected through a CT scan.
The conflict produces compulsive thinking or decision-making.
The second criterion focuses on the content of the conflict. It states that the content dictates which organ will be involved and which brain area will regulate the
Lastly, the third criterion states that all SBS Programs function harmoniously on the psyche, brain, and organ coordination level.
Think of it this way. You experienced frustration and territorial anger following your job loss. The feeling shows up as you grieve for the loss of your position in the company. As you process
the stressor, your bile duct simultaneously processes how your body reacts following commands that come from your brain.
Take note, however, that injury, poisoning, and malnutrition may damage your organs and tissues apart from DHS
The Second Biological Law
According to the Second Biological Law, every Significant Biological Special (SBS) Program happens in two phases as long as a resolution to the conflict is present.
Phase 1: The Conflict-Active Phase is the flight or flight response phase. It is also a cold phase. During this phase, a person may experience agitation, increased
heartbeat, high blood pressure, low appetite, and slow-moving digestion. At this phase, blood vessels constrict, which causes cold hands and cold sweating. Thus, some coined it as the Cold
Phase 2: The Healing Phase is when a resolution to the stressor comes. From a state of distress, a person now experiences relief with exhaustion, but appetite comes back to
normal. There is also a slower pulse rate and blood pressure lowers. The blood vessels relax and expand, which makes the hands warmer. Therefore, others call it the Warm Phase.
For example, the moment you learn that you are going to be fired from your job, your body, mind, and spirit enter the conflict-active phase. Once you find a new job, which is the resolution to
your problem, your mind, body, and spirit start on the healing phase.
A new insight on the Second Biological Law states that most of the diseases are in the healing phase. During the healing process, the body repairs itself through fever, redness, swelling, and in
most cases, pain.
The Natural Healing Process:
The symptoms of the second biological law coincide with the Natural Healing Process. It discusses how the body adapts through inflammation, which may lead to pus secretions and infections. The
symptoms include redness (erythema), fever, swelling (edema), heat, and pain. When the Natural Healing Process occurs, it means that the resolution to the conflict is successful.
The Third Biological Law
The Third Biological Law describes a unique way of how a person discerns and responds to experiences. It also tackles how the interpretation of the situation influences the cerebral response,
body expression, and cellular reaction, which mainly affect how the body will behave. It also discusses embryology and its relationship with experience response.
According to this law, the bile ducts come from the ectoderm. Therefore, the cerebral cortex of the brain controls it. It is one of the main organs that respond during the conflict-active phase.
Ulceration of the linings of the bile ducts starts, which becomes the cause of mild to severe pain. Once you enter the healing phase, cell proliferation begins. However, since swelling is present
during this phase, it can also be the reason for your upper right abdominal area pain.
The Fourth Biological Law
The Fourth Biological Law addresses the specific role of microbes and their relationship with the healing phase of the SBS. It explains how the three embryonic germ layers relate to the body’s
recovery. It also explains the reason why you can’t just catch a cold from others. Plus, it expounds on why you also need microbes like fungus and bacteria in your healing.
The Fifth Biological Law
The Fifth Biological Law demonstrates that every disease is a part of the Significant Biological Special Program and that it also helps a living organism (humans and animals) to find a solution
to a biological conflict.
A disease is not a simple, meaningless occurrence in the body. It is not an error of nature or biology. It is part of a special program created by nature in billions of years of evolution to
permit living organisms to improve their everyday function. It will also aid in learning how to deal with emergencies. These are wonderful programs, and if correctly understood, they can help the
individual device ways to adapt to out of the ordinary circumstances.
You may ask if the 5 Biological laws are reproducible. Yes, they are. All of these natural laws may be reproduced and can occur time after time. Moreover, to test and verify these theories,
several researchers, including physicians and professors, conducted scientific verification procedures since 1981.
Some of the well-known studies made include a study conducted during a medical conference in Munich, Germany in 1989, where 17 doctors and 27 patients joined. Studies under famous medical
universities such as The Medical Faculty of the University of Dusseldorf, Germany and the Medical Faculty of Trnava, Slovakia in 1992 and 1998 respectively. All the findings reveal 100% accuracy
to prove Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer’s previous results. Moreover, this 2011, the Government of Nicaragua recognized GNM as a medical therapy.
Chapter 4: The Relationship of Emotional Pain and Physical Pain
All kinds of pain are regulated by the nervous system, which involves the brain and nerve fibers. The nerve fibers send messages to your brain, which causes you to feel and react to the perceived
There are two kinds of pain: physical pain and emotional pain.
1. Physical Pain
Physical pain is a kind of pain where you can pinpoint the location in your body. It occurs in a specific organ or tissue, like the stomach, neck, ear, and the rest of the body parts. However,
take note that the perception of pain is processed in the brain.
2. Emotional Pain
On the other hand, when you experience emotional pain, it is the process in the brain that changes. These changes create a dependency on an individual’s identity and
his/her perception of a different stimulus. When emotional pain is severe, it can cause physical pain.
The brain processes pain based on several factors. Pain may come from an internal stimulus, which includes your thoughts, beliefs, and memories. It can also be affected by an outside stimulus via
your senses. If you are suffering through pain, you may notice that smell, a sound, or a scent can affect your pain. A stimulus can either help alleviate the pain or make it worse. For example,
your pain gets worse when you hear a noise that reminds you of the accident where you got your injuries.
People often describe the pain as an emotional experience. It depends on how it started, but it is usually linked with the words fear, anxiety, and anger. If the pain is extreme, it may be tandem
with depression, loss of purpose, frustration, helplessness, guilt, and shame.
Whether it is physical or emotional pain, a common initial reaction is to move away from its source. It is because you don’t want to be controlled by the pain and the emotions it brings.
Pain makes a person more protective as it has a strong emotional response. According to Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a famous trauma researcher, under typical conditions, most people who have
traumatic experiences, including abused women and children, can adjust psychosocially. However, the way they adapt to stress is different from other people. Under stress, they may feel and
respond like they are undergoing the traumatic event again.
THE GUT- BRAIN CONNECTION
The gut-brain connection exists. It is links anxiety and overthinking to stomach problems and vice versa. Think of these common scenarios when a person feels anxious:
“The incident is gut-wrenching.”
“I suddenly felt nauseous when I heard the news.”
“I feel butterflies in my tummy whenever I see the person I admire the most."
"It feels like there's a stone on my stomach after getting fired from my job.
Strong emotions trigger different symptoms in your stomach, intestines, or both. These digestive organs are sensitive to emotions like nervousness, anxiety, anger, disgust, and many more.
A stomach filled with food sends information to the brain. And, a brain full of emotions sends information to the stomach. The gut and brain are CONNECTED. Digestive distress and pain can be some
of the byproducts of anger, overthinking, extreme anxiety, and depression.
Tracks, Triggers, and Hanging Healing
The effect of biological conflict reaches the level of the balance between the body, mind, and psyche. According to the Third Biological Law, there is a specific location of impact in the brain
that is related to every organ. It has the same principle as the Hamerscher Herde Theory, where there are brain changes according to the location of the linked organ.
After an active conflict, a special program begins in the corresponding organ system. During the conflict shock, the psyche opens up and starts processing billions of information. Simultaneously,
the psyche will record and process any stimuli in the environment, which may sometimes account for information overload leading to more stimulation and anxiety to a person in distress.
The subconscious and your senses take snapshots of everything in the environment of conflict. All the recordings are registered, processed, and saved in your brain until the conflict subsides. We
call these recording tracks.
Tracks can be any information taken during the active conflict. It can be the location where the incident took place, a person or pet involved, the taste of a particular food or drink taken just
before or during the conflict, an aroma or scent, a voice, and so forth. Tracks are highly emotional factors. The fear or distress itself can become a track.
For example, you witnessed a traumatic accident happened in front of you. At that very moment, your senses open widely and record everything around you, including objects that you see, the scents
you inhale, and the sounds that you hear. You will vividly remember that the car that hit the van was yellow, the odor of the burning tires due to the fire that started immediately after the
impact, and the sound of the ambulance sirens coming. Even when you drive in your car after a few weeks, when you pass by a yellow car, your unconscious mind brings about the memory of the
accident, which then triggers the same feelings you had during the accident.
Tracks are subconscious reminders of the conflict, which may reopen an original biological program (disease). When you encounter a track, either via direct contact or by association, the original
conflict may be instantly triggered and reactivated. Because of it, tracks may cause conflict relapses, which interrupts and prolongs the healing process either on the
organ itself or on the brain processes. These setbacks may eventually lead to a chronic condition.
Recurring physical symptoms, like hyperventilation, lower back pain, or a headache, may also activate the tracks. The challenge is to address them fast since they can delay the complete clearing
It then leads us back to the discussion on the two-phased process of the Special Process, the Conflict-Active Phase and the Healing Phase. This time, it becomes Hanging
Healing because the healing process is incomplete.
Hanging Healing also brings about extended tracks, which begins when a new scenario links to a track that started when the original conflict first happened. Following our
sample scenario above, you now experience a fire in your laboratory class. It gave a similar burning tire smell like what you had during the car accident. The odor of the burning tires has now a
new scenario. It may cover up or add stress to the initial conflict.
How Do We Inactivate Any Given Track Response?
By going further into the original conflict and understanding the role of tracks in a conflict, you may be able to achieve complete healing and recovery.
The success of deactivating tracks depends on how long the conflict has been going. If the conflict happened for decades and remains unresolved, you may now have dozens of these conflict
reminders, as they accumulated from recurring relapses. And now, they bring about challenges in fully resolving the original conflict.
With a proper mindset, commitment, and willingness, any individual may overcome the challenges. The resolution may be successful if the subconscious reminders are made conscious. Otherwise, if
tracks remain unaddressed, a vicious cycle will continue.
The Biological Program, as previously mentioned, exists in the subconscious mind. If you consciously connect the Biological Program, including the symptoms of the disease, with the conflict that
triggered the disease, the switch of the program will be flipped to OFF.
According to Dr. Hamer, the ON switch is all about emotional stress and trauma. It stays in the subconscious mind but can emerge anytime and convert to physical symptoms like pain. Therefore,
through a thorough understanding of the conflict that you experienced plus consciously addressing the issues one by one, you can opt to flip the switch to OFF for good.
The Tree Concept: A Guide to Take Control Your Health
The body is capable of healing itself. But the key to successful healing is to learn how to balance it.
Balance in life pertains to one’s health status as a whole. The question now is: How can you take control of yourself?
A good balance between your body and mind requires a proper understanding of how your body works. It is important to know and solve the root cause of your physical problems.
This guide is to help you gain total control over your health and how to solve the problems that cause it. We are going to discuss the following to have an in-depth understanding of the right
approach to heal your pain:
Different Therapy Approaches
How Emotional Release Can Give Your Health Back
Deeper Layer of the Root
How to Downgrade Chronic Pain and Emotional Imbalance
8 Prevention Tips
How to Take Control of Your Health
As tackled in the previous chapters, the healing process involves unconscious negative experiences that couldn't be easily solved, which we call a conflict. Conflict affects the way the body,
mind, and even how the psyche responds to stress or even simple stimulus, as long as it is related to the incident.
Fortunately, new insights and advice from proven studies are available to help you heal yourself completely. They also allow you to eliminate not only chronic physical pain but the emotional pain
Let's start off to discuss the concept. The Tree Concept involves strong emotions such as anxiety, unworthiness, and anger. It states that these emotions make a big impact on pain. The brain
processes and regulates PAIN. The nerve fibers send messages to the brain to react to stimuli, and the brain will process it and if necessary, will cause you to feel pain.
The Tree Concept states that most of the physical symptoms are from the changes in your body’s physiology and psychology. Think of moments that you consider one of the most challenging times in
your life. When you are stressed, your hands are cold and sweaty, and your muscles tighten up. This response is what we call the Fight and Flight Reaction.
According to science, animals under stress also have heightened nerve conduction, where they feel more pain under tense situations. Similarly, patients with chronic pain regularly have
high-stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol, which causes different organ systems to react as well.
Different Therapy Approaches
Chronic pain, however, is curable.You are only as sick as your secrets.The body hangs on to past traumas, which you can observe in the body posture and facial expressions.
The main goal of pain therapy is proper recognition, understanding, and release of physical tension that stays in the body even after a conflict resolved.
There are two kinds of approaches: the Physical Approach and the Mental- Emotional Approach.
1. Physical Approach
The Physical Approach best begins after the traumatic event, such as an accident, attack, or injury. It is when the body experiences stress from physical forces. It is also possible to experience
an energy cyst after the incident. It happens when the trauma is too deep that it leaves the body in a state where recovery will take long or won’t recover at all.
Soft physical techniques will help the body release energy cysts, which will eventually lead to a state of recovery and wellness. These techniques include:
Trigger Point Massage
And many more
The Somato-Emotional Approach states that there is a disruption in the physical energy system that results in an energy blockage. It happens because the negative emotion cannot be ejected, which
results in a physical and psychological complaint. We also call it a psychological reversal.
A psychological reversal is a form of self-sabotage where a person wants to eliminate a complaint but unknowingly retains negative emotions. Some are not ready to let go, which creates an
unconscious resistance to solving the conflict.
Through proper stimulation of the right meridian points through the tapping technique, stress, anxiety and other negative emotions may reduce. Successful treatment can only happen if the energy
blockage or psychological reversal is eliminated. Through it, good energy can freely flow throughout the body again.
2. Mental- Emotional Approach
The Mental- Emotional Approach follows the principle of an internal memory storage system. It creates a specific timeline in your memory, where you can differentiate an incident from the
past or a projection of the future. This technique involves working with your unconscious mind to release the effects of past traumatic experiences.
However, you must take note that this approach means you need to by-pass levels of consciousness and the use of artificial clearing or fix. Moreover, the body needs to be in homeostasis to
achieve the best results. Being in homeostasis helps an organism, particularly a human, reach optimal functioning. With it, the body can maintain balance and regulate itself properly.
The healing of the body, mind, and spirit happens on a conscious, subconscious, and superconscious level. And, the two approaches above to focuses on the involvement of the subconscious level.
The goal is to lessen and eliminate the stress that came from conflict or trauma. Elimination of the root cause of the problem leads to less pain, better mobility, and more stable
However, from what I've discovered while learning through experience, these two approaches alone won't solve the problem. According to my experience of more
than 20 years in osteopathy, many therapies are successful at a certain point. But, solving the conflict as a whole is much more complex than that.
For decades, many explored the mind and body healing philosophy, but no one has achieved the same accuracy as the German New Medicine (GNM). The GNM is the only one that has specified the
discovery of how to understand and confront a conflict shock or a particular disease process.
How Emotional Release Can Give Your Health Back
The founder of German New Medicine (GNM), Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, discovered that while the Biological Program is ongoing, the switch of the emotional stress and trauma remains ON. But when you try
to consciously connect the conflict that triggered the disease to your subconscious mind, you may flip the switch of the biological program to OFF.
The approaches mentioned above shows that we are unaware of creating tracks from a conflict. So, they can be triggered now and then. And since we are not aware of them, tracks may be difficult to
solve. If these often recur, the process switch will just keep getting back ON.
Proper learning and keen understanding at a conscious level should entail the right knowledge, awareness, and mindfulness to be successful. The complete resolution of the conflict is the turning
point of the Biological Special Program.
These new insights and verified discoveries assist us to understand the origin of pain. It helps us to see the experience on a psyche level, to find the changes in the brain, and to point out
which organ may respond to a specific kind of conflict shock.
For example, a man in our office sought my help for his eczema and itching. He stated the itching started a long time ago, but the eczema isn’t always present. The eczema is on the palm of his
hands. He is a farmer, and inflammation started during the time of harvest. He told me that he wasn’t capable to let go of a specific past situation. The conflict has something to do with
his brother, to whom he argued during harvest many years back.
The biological conflict of the epidermis is a manifestation of separation conflict. The itching starts when the process is already at the healing phase. He wasn’t able to tell his brother
that he missed him and he wanted to talk more. During harvest time, he reunited with his brother as he loves to help with the harvesting of apples. After a good long conversation with his brother
about what happened years ago, eczema disappeared real quick.
The situation of the farmer is one of many examples that all biological programs have a meaningful purpose. It coincides with the principle of the Fifth Biological Law. Once you fulfill the
purpose of the conflict, the special program will switch to OFF. It signals the resolution of emotional trauma. The initial step is to resolve the conflict that triggered the said biological
program. For example, if your beloved pet died, you can get another one to solve the conflict.
The subconscious mind has a two-phased program - the active conflict and the healing phase. When you consciously connect your symptoms with your emotional trauma, the switch flips to
OFF, and the conflict becomes successfully healed. Take note that the first 90 minutes following the trauma is critical. It is when the body starts to enter the process. Therefore, when you know
you experienced something traumatic, try to solve or downgrade it as soon as you can.
Deeper Layer of The Root
Beyond the actual conflict emerges another question of a layer deeper than what you know: Why do I have a different experience than my brother although we have the same conflict and we have
experienced the same traumatic situation?
For example, the differences in culture and how society places a woman influences how a man deals with various situations.
Now, to solve the problem in a deeper layer, we have to consider the beliefs, needs, and fears that originates from the factors I listed above. Out of the three in the list, we can develop
emotional and energetic connections, called chords, between family, friends, and work relations. These chords are one of the energetic origins of physical and emotional health.
Another layer that we started exploring is the embryonic healing energetically and spiritually. It is a very particular and profound subject. Only a thorough session will give a deep insight to
find the real origin of the conflict.
How to Downgrade Chronic Pain and Emotional Imbalance
Dealing with chronic pain, such as abdominal problems, or emotional trauma makes life hard to handle. Downgrading your pain is the first step to take on your road to healing. The more you get
relaxed with your subconscious mind, the easier it is for you to look for the real root cause of your conflict.
According to Dr. M. Grossan, the first thing to heal a conflict is to halt the stress chemicals that delay the process. Downgrading your stress and anxiety makes life easier.
Here is a GUIDE to help you downgrade your stress. The best part is that this is just the start of your way to complete healing.
Observe how your daily life works. Write down all the activities you do every day. Rate each activity from 1 - 10 with 10 being the most stressful. Now, you know which task gives you stress
on a conscious level.
Create a list of the things and experiences that came across your life. Write down the emotions you felt. Note which ones often recur as these are the ones that you need to address.
Reactivate your social life. Reunite with family and set up a meeting with friends. Have fun and engage in conversations.
Exercise at least 2 to 3 times a week with medium-leveled activities, like walking. There is no need for intense sports like Crossfit and heavy interval training (running, swimming, and
Try yoga, stretching, and light pilates sessions.
Incorporate active tasks as a part of your activities of daily living. For example, do your groceries or pick up your kids from school on your bike or go by foot. Leave the car in your garage
Listen to calming music. Look for brainwave meditation sounds on the internet.
Sleep helps in the regulation of mood and can even calm the nervous system. For a good night’s sleep, make your bedroom conducive for sleeping by dimming the
light minutes before going to bed. You may also take a light walk and listen to easy music. Avoid the use of a phone or a computer an hour before bedtime. And, remember not to eat heavy food or
anything with caffeine 30 to 45 minutes before you sleep.
Practice meditation techniques to help you relax faster. There are lots of free meditation guides that are available on the internet
8 Prevention Tips That Will Keep You Fit
1. Start an exercise habit. Do it at least 2 to 3 times a week. Begin easy because the next morning, you may feel stiff for about an hour. But, take note that it will be the most
uncomfortable feeling you may experience and nothing more than that. You can increase the time and repetitions you regularly do by 10%. Remember that when you do your exercise, your pain level
should not go beyond a 5 out of 10 pain level. If it goes more than 5, your body will have difficulty adapting and will just experience more pain.
2. Start eating a well-balanced diet. It means meals with balanced content, amount, and timing. For example, it is best to have 50% fewer proteins like meat, milk, and yogurt. Also, make sure to
eliminate all kinds of sugar! Or better yet, try out kapha vegan recipes. For more information, visit Power Up On
Plants. It is a community of like-minded people with a common purpose. Plus, it has a good step by step guide for a well-balanced diet.
3. Do a light detox every week for a day. Start the detox in the morning and make sure to take only fluids. Have a soup, smoothies, thee, or water. If it goes well in the morning, do it for the
rest of the day. This technique will give your digestive system a rest and will help your body to detox itself.
4. Take a 15-minute break every day for yourself. Write down the events that happened within your day. More importantly, take note of how you felt in your body during each event. This technique
may seem stupid, but when you analyze the connection between your mind and body, you become more conscious of your body's reaction to certain incidents. Therefore, it will be easier for you to
downgrade stress whenever you encounter one.
5. When you encounter a conflict, talk with a family member, a friend, a colleague, or whomever you feel comfortable with. It is a good way to downgrade any negative emotions, which may solve the
problem once and for all.
6. Have at least 30-minute 3 times a week for yourself as a ME time. Make things on your own without interaction from partner, kids, and work. It will help you get to know yourself more to create
a balanced life.
7. Have a good conversation with your physician and ask if he/she can help you stop using pain killers. Pain killers give more stress to the body and won't help your healing process. It looks
like they help solve the problem, but the reality is that they suppress the recovery most of the time.
8. Know yourself more. Life is full of daily challenges, changes, and adjustments. Prevention of unexpected situations are unrealistic, but being aware of how you react to situations will help
you win most of the time. If you feel pain, discomfort, or changes in your body, go back in time and remember when the symptoms started. Analyze any positive or negative change that took place.
How To Take Control Over Your Health
Understanding how your body works give you a great insight into how your life interacts with your conscious and unconscious. Moreover, you also need to know how to adapt to every situation. Most
adaptation processes happen without you noticing it. If the adaptation is unsuccessful, the conflict sticks to your body in the form of energy cysts, where muscles become tensed. These trigger
points are crucial for acupressure.
Common therapies that involve the care of the body and mind, such as acupuncture and acupressure, can easily downgrade problems that come with conflicts. The pain will improve or even disappear.
But if the root cause remains, then the conflict won't be solved completely.
For it to be successful, you need:-
An understanding of how the process works in 2 phases: The Active Conflict Phase and The Healing Phase
To find the root cause and even deeper layer of conflict
To make a connection between the conscious and subconscious
Identify triggers or tracks that came with the conflict
Work on the prevention of conflicts every day
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Congratulations! Now, you have a good insight of what chronic pain is and how can emotional pain lead to physical pain. You have also learned how the body and mind connection works and how it
adapts to a traumatic situation called a conflict.
We have also tackled the importance of identifying and resolving problems during the Conflict Active Phase and the crucial role of tracks during the Healing Phase. Moreover, we discussed the Five
Biological Laws and how emotional pain and stress affects a person’s physical health.
The most important part is understanding how the body regulates itself. We gave you important insight, tips, and reminders on how to do emotional release, and identify a deeper layer of the root.
We also gave tips on how to downgrade chronic pain and emotional imbalance, which involves the right balance between the emotions, body, and brain. Plus, we have provided an ultimate guide on how
to take control of your health.
Now, we want you to turn it over to you. What do you think about this guide? Was there’s something we missed? Let us know by leaving a comment below.