I am Reshma Gulati and I have been Dr Lily’s patient for 2 years ago. Her treatment helped me correct my physiological illness and given me new perspective towards life. I have re-invented my career as a CCA accredited Excellence & Wellness Coach & NLP Practitioner (certified by Dr. Richard Bandler). My life journey is from illness to wellness!!.
Our Thoughts …..doorways to illness or wellness
I would like to share my experience and the various studies shown how mere thoughts can generate various diseases in our body.
Studies show that happy people are less likely to experience chronic illness or pain. They also tend to live longer. Wow isn’t it great and yet so simple!!
On the other hand, people who worry, have a hard time dealing with stress, and/or have pent-up anger and other negative emotions, are more likely to have illnesses like high blood pressure, allergies, constipation, indigestion, and body pain( well the list is limitless)
Negative emotions, much like bad eating habits, upset the acid-base balance of the body. A highly acidic environment in the body leads to sickness. And unhappiness causes toxins to flow and brings up acid levels in the body. Yes, it is that bad. We can’t imagine how the heck something like being happy or worried can make such a huge impact on our health.
Since unexpressed anger and resentment in particular do not have emotional outlets, the body instead manifests these through illness. Often, we experience chronic respiratory allergy or back pain, hair fall, blood pressure either high or low actually it may not be due to you physical ailment at all the root cause may be some emotions which is stored needs outlet.
Well, but the good news is that people with illnesses if find ways to release their negative emotions in healthy ways find that their symptoms disappear almost instantly. Isn’t that amazing!!!
6 steps to release your negative emotions and welcome wellness in your life:
• Release anger in healthy ways. If you need to scream, scream. But do it privately. Screaming into a pillow is advisable especially when there are people outside the room.
You can also write a letter to the person who hurt you. Release all your anger in it. Afterwards, tear up or burn the letter. Do not send it to the person. Talk to the person only once you are calm and can express your feelings in a constructive manner.
• Forgive. As the saying goes, “Unforgiveness is like drinking a poison and waiting for the other person to die.” Once you forgive, you will feel lighter, as though you have just been unburdened of a heavy load.
• Understand that you have no control over everything. Control only what you can, and leave the rest to the universe. Trust that everything will work out for the best.
• Be grateful for the things you have now. Make it a point to think of at least one thing you are grateful for everyday. Express your gratitude towards it. This will put you in a positive frame of mind and bring good or better things to you.
• Do positive self-talk. Understanding that good food nourishes the body, feed your mind with positive thoughts. Do this everyday, believe, and be amazed with the results.
• Surround yourself with positive people. Talk with people who believe in you and encourage you. Minimize contact with people who make you feel negative or deplete your energy.