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Let's chat about anger..

Updated: Jan 7

Hello! Happy Tuesday! Let's delve into the intriguing connection between our emotions, particularly anger, and its impact on our health. In Ayurveda, the intricate link between the mind, body, and spirit highlights how our emotions influence our physical well-being. Unresolved emotions can hinder our journey to optimal health and may even affect specific organs, potentially leading to health issues over time.

When examining the onset of diseases like cancer, it's crucial to explore underlying emotions. Negative emotions and trauma can not only trigger the beginning of cancer but also accelerate its progression. Anger, fear, rage, helplessness, and abandonment can contribute to the rapid spread of cancer. Given the enduring nature of our emotional tendencies, these lifelong patterns can weaken and congest related organs.

Which organs are susceptible to the effects of anger? The liver is one such organ. Signs of a struggling liver include eczema, acne, rashes, irregular bile flow, nausea, indigestion, chronic fatigue, hormonal imbalance, and elevated cholesterol. The gall bladder, impacted by unresolved hate, may manifest symptoms such as pain after eating oily foods, loose stools, gallstones, and poor digestion.

So, what can we do if anger is pent up in our bodies? Firstly, acknowledging and accepting this anger is a crucial step. It's okay to recognize and sit with these emotions, breathing through them. Express gratitude for their visit, while acknowledging that they are no longer needed today. Working through these emotions is essential for establishing health, and here are some tips to aid in this process:

1. Spend time in nature: Engage in deep breathing techniques amidst natural surroundings.

2. Seek therapy: A therapist specializing in trauma can provide valuable support.

3. Read: Delve into literature that addresses anger and its management.

4. Journal: Documenting emotions can be a cathartic exercise.

5. Socialize: Spend time with positive company to foster a supportive environment.

6. Self-care rituals: Embrace detox baths, massages, acupuncture, and other holistic practices.

7. Supplements: Integrate magnesium, omega-3, CO Q-10, and vitamin D supplements into your routine.

8. Dietary changes: Consider foods that support emotional balance, such as coconut oil, lime, ginger, and more.

9. Reduce chemical exposure: Opt for a clean, toxin-free environment, mindful of household products and personal care items.

10. Essential oils and herbs: Incorporate oils like cardamom, thyme, and geranium, along with herbs like Ashwagandha and Dandelion, known for their calming properties.

Adjusting your diet by including foods that support emotional balance, such as coconut oil, lime, ginger, fennel, coriander, and others, can be beneficial. Steer clear of processed foods, sugars, and fried foods, while monitoring caffeine, alcohol, and tobacco intake due to their potential for inflammation.

Given the pervasive chemical exposure in our surroundings, reducing toxins becomes pivotal. Consider using blue light glasses and radiation covers for phones and tablets to minimize EMF exposure, creating a tranquil space for better sleep with lavender and jasmine plants.

Herbs such as Ashwagandha, Holy Thistle, Burdock, and essential oils like cardamom, thyme, and geranium hold potential in promoting emotional balance. Experiment with various options to find what resonates best with you.

I hope these insights prove helpful on your journey. We're all in this together, and I send you much love and light. If you're dealing with anger, I wish you peace and hope you find the solace and love you deserve. Warm regards, ~J

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