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Unveiling the Emotions

The human body throughout its life span attempts to maintain and preserve the integrity of information in its DNA.  Any minor changes in information, known as input, can affect the belief system, the energetic response, the physiology of the body, the emotional layers of the bio-energetic level, chemical level and the cellular tissue level, which ultimately lead to an imbalance of circulation of energy, thereby, depleting the body and creating major diseases.

Every hurtful negative emotion, when chronically present and not truly resolved, will continue to have a corresponding physical impact known as, psycho-somatic anchors. Some of the psychosomatic anchors between the emotional memory and the organ systems are as follows;

GRADUAL EMOTIONAL STRESS ..... If the nervous system is constitutionally weak, the result, over a period of time, will fall into the category of neurasthenia, with symptoms of vulnerability, fragility, fear and difficulty maintaining one’s health. “This depleted energy over time will affect the circulatory, digestive and nervous system and the Qi of all vulnerable organs will be affected, leading to a variety of physical illnesses, including immune diseases and carcinoma.”  The following thoughts concerning the effects of specific, slowly developing emotional states of stress on the organs are predicated on the assumption that the nervous system is compromised and therefore inadequate to protect these organs from stress.  Disappointment, anger, fear, obsessive thinking, worry, tension, grief, frustration, inertia, bitterness, heartaches and sadness are all examples of stress that can accumulate over a lifetime.

ANGER ..... Easily offended or provoked, dwells on past grief, resentments, unresolved issues and humiliations. Irritability, frustrated, stubborn, impatient, unforgiving, harshness, aggressive, impulsive, unable to deal patiently and gracefully with others. Tendency to be resentful and overly critical, workaholic tendencies, tendency to blame others, self-destructive, difficulty in surrendering one’s ego to team work, addictions due to stress and anger. Constrained energy associated with muscular tensions, stiffness or pain especially in the back or neck, weak nervous system, digestive disorders and depression are common symptoms of suppressed anger.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Liver, Gallbladder, Nervous System, Muscles and Tendons.

FEARS ..... Continuous fright has the most destabilizing effect upon the nervous innervations, both the nervous system and the nerves of any particular weak organ.  One form of chronic fear is guilt, and the unspoken fear of punishment.  Sometimes, the guilt is imagined and sometimes it is very real. These chronic emotional states call upon the slow adaption of all mechanisms associated with the endocrine system; especially depleting the adrenals. Symptoms may manifest as chronic worry, especially dealing with new situations, fear of change, over coming shyness, compulsive thoughts or ideas, panic attacks, trembling, restlessness, fear that something bad will happen, relentless apprehension, reoccurring nightmares, feelings of rejection, insecurity, lack of self esteem, unworthiness and lack of trust.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Pancreas, Thymus, limbic system and Adrenal Glands.

INERTIA ..... Feeling stuck, inability to express oneself, unexpressed feelings of frustration with one’s circumstances or fear to express one’s feelings, primarily due to apprehensions or fright.  Undervaluing talents and abilities, lack of imagination, creative or mental blocks. Conflict between career and family, not having clear objectives.  Exhaustion due to sedentary or monotonous lifestyles, diet, overworked, in need of rest and recreation.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Liver, Pancreas and Autonomous Nervous System.

BITTERNESS ..... Suppression of playfulness or child-like joy, dealing with the lack of love or the loss of love; unable or resistant to receive and give love, especially when feeling bitter and disillusioned.  Repeatedly attracts unloving experiences, victim mentality. Appears harsh, over serious, an inability to relax, socialize or find pleasure in the simple things due to previous experiences, burnouts addictions or workaholic tendencies.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Circulation of the Heart, Brain, Lungs and Endocrine Glands.

HEARTACHES ..... Are painful emotional attachments to the past for which the heart aches with a desire to run away from the intensity.  Can manifest with an indifference to loved ones and a constant desire for solitude. An underlying fear of intimacy and relationships, an anxious individual will show a guarded tendency to hold back, all the while hiding negative, critical, jealous and possessive feelings. Has difficulty giving and receiving due to hurts and mistrusts from negative past experiences.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Heart, Thymus, Lungs and Pineal Gland.

ANXIETY .....  Is specifically related to deprivation; the issue of survival and the terror that is aroused by the ever present expectation of the loss of sustenance. Though this is often a matter of being deprived of love during childhood, it manifests in adulthood as having difficulty in establishing themselves in the real world of work and financial stability. Obsessive worrying due to a lack of trust, a deficiency in parenting at a basic level which can manifest as boundary issues. Another source of anxiety is the compensatory state known as hypoglycemia. In this condition there are wide fluctuations of blood sugar which when elevated leads to lethargy, a decrease in concentration and exhaustion. When low, leads to anxiety, dizziness and extreme weakness. These imbalances are confirmed with neurotransmitter testing. Shows symptoms of weak digestion, nervous system and fearing the unknown that the future holds.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Heart, Nervous System, Thymus, Stomach and Small Intestine.

WORRY ...... Is classically associated with an excess in over concern and an inordinate compassion for others, the constant over thinking, brooding and obsessive contemplating depletes and impairs an already weakened nervous system, including the alimentation of thought and all the higher ego functions of the cerebral cortex, the ingestion, absorption and metabolism of food in the gastrointestinal system, as well as the overall depleting of energy. Since the mind consumes more energy than any other process in the body, excessive thinking has the effect of depriving organs of the quantity and quality of energy necessary to their optimum productivity. In the short run, excessive thinking tends to speed up the performance of organs, which must make an extra effort to obtain what it needs to perform its functions.  In the long run, all organs must sacrifice their energy to the mind, which has first call on it.  Extreme cases and imbalances if left unresolved can afflict the central nervous system and lead to schizophrenia.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Liver, Pancreas, Stomach, Thymus, Adrenals and Nervous System.

FRUSTRATION ..... By definition, frustration is a situation in which something is prevented from being attained.  An energy force is thwarted and unable to move in its intended direction toward its chosen goal and may be altogether blocked or diverted in another direction not chosen by the originator of the drive.  If the frustration cannot be resolved in a constructive fashion, the weakest organ will begin to show the effects of the blocked energy by overworking to dissipate it. This will ultimately lead to stagnation in the liver, creating all the problems associated with the blockage of energy in that organ, eventually leading to liver exhaustion.  The energetic effects can be similar to that of anger, including passive aggressive personality patterns, self-destructive behavior, self-hatred, as well as depression.  In the event the frustration is sudden it could affect the heart as well.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Liver, Heart, Esophagus and Stomach.

GRIEF ..... This is a normal response to loss and separation, characterized by crying as an expression of pain or anger. Grief that one cannot come to terms with which continues indefinitely is labeled as anguish. If grief does not dissipate naturally it becomes a grave and heavy energy that sinks to the very deepest parts of the body, drying out the kidneys, creating an electrolyte imbalance, depleting the adrenals, thus creating a deficient heat in the body that will affect the nervous system. Left untreated, it can develop into a non-functional psychosis, a form of melancholia.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Kidneys, Adrenals and Nervous System.

SADNESS ..... Can be a hidden source of deep-seated and lifelong personality problems. With grief, one knows and remembers, however with sadness one forgets.  With disappointment, we have a person who could not speak, but who may have eventually cried; with sadness, we have a child who may have spoken but forgot how to feel or cry.  On the energy level, we have stagnation deep inside the lung where the feeling and crying is hidden and blocked.  A person with chronic sadness will  tend to have a posture with their head down, the eyes focused on the ground, the back  bent forward, the chest depressed; gradually killing the Qi circulation in the chest.  Sadness also involves holding back crying.  This holding causes further stagnation and the killing of the Qi (energy) in the lung.  Since the lung is known to make the Qi, which is the driving force of energy and blood circulation throughout the body, it has to work harder and is slowly weakened.  For this reason, sadness is more likely to affect the lungs before any other organ, even if another organ is more vulnerable due to stress.  There is a distinction between unresolved grief that originates in childhood before the age of twelve, than that which originates in later life, in terms of its effects.  The earlier and more severe the loss, the greater the effect upon lung function in both a physical and emotional level. If unresolved, this form of sadness in some could lead to schizoid personalities in order to have contact with the lost family member on some mystical or fantasy level.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Lungs, Large Intestine, Heart and Nervous System.

TENSION ..... life can be a struggle for many, not withstanding that modern life has softened some of the day to day survival if one has maintained his or her health.  However, the accumulation of stress is only compounded by living in an industrial, competitive society in which people are overworked, have poor eating habits, lack recreation and are inundated with toxicity and pollution. To make matters worse, the education and family systems are focused on seeing that an individual becomes a machine rather than a person. Tension has its most direct effect upon the autonomic nervous system; affecting smooth muscle, whether it be in the intestinal tract, the eyes, the blood vessels, asthma or even skin diseases. The peripheral nervous system; affects the striated muscles leading to TMJ, sciatica, low back or hip pain. According to Asian medicine, the organ most affected by tension is the liver.  The liver is the detoxifier of all chemical and emotional stresses, including tension and frustration. The nervous system is the pathway to the liver.  Having said that, the liver will be less able to clear the blood of toxins as the liver is in charge of the smooth flow of Qi (energy) in the body, the Qi becomes stagnated, leading to other problems such as eczema, allergies and sinus problems.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Liver, Nervous System and Pancreas.

DISAPPOINTMENT ..... Although this can occur relatively suddenly, more often than not disappointment is an emotion that results from a slow erosion of faith and trust, whereby an individual clings as long as possible to the hope that his expectations will be gratified.  It is also a much softer experience than an emotional shock, with a more gradual effect. Disappointment is therefore, more easily recalled than sadness.  Disappointment that occurs earlier in life, when consciousness is not fully developed, as in the loss of a parent or loved one by a very young child, creates lifetime consequences that are often complicated and very perplexing.  At the time of loss, the heart and lungs are affected by a contraction of the muscles in the chest, closing down the Qi (energy) circulation in the chest, leading to the suppression of hurt and anger by the holding back of words, or verbal expression, or an inability to cry within a reasonable period after the disappointment.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Lungs, Heart, Thymus and the Immune System.

SUDDEN EMOTIONAL STRESS ..... According to Asian medicine, sudden stress will affect the pathway from the nervous system to the corresponding emotion identified with its paired organ. For example, if the heart and the nervous system are both vulnerable, the sudden stress will affect the mind, which is controlled by the heart, and there will be mental symptoms such as anxiety, nightmares, phobia and restlessness.  If the nervous system is strong, a shock to the heart on the other hand, would manifest as palpitations, insomnia, shortness of breath and fatigue. A sudden powerful emotional experience could have a potent impact upon the autonomic nervous system with a sudden response of overwhelming emotion igniting a massive increase in circulation, placing upon the heart an enormous, often cataclysmic, demand for pumping action, which may overwhelm the heart, creating a heart attack.
The psychosomatic symptoms will effect; Heart, Liver, Nervous System and Thymus.

Resistance Magnifies Pain
That the yielding conquers the resistant and the soft conquers the hard is a fact known by all persons, yet utilized by none ..... Lao Tzu



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