As the saying goes, A Healthy Mind = A Healthy Body.
Without exception, every single thought you and I have will trigger some kind of effect on the motions and the physical body. Nowadays, we have the benefit of all sorts of clever high tech instruments to see and measure many of these effects, to see what happens in the different areas of the body corresponding to particular brain activity. Accurate measurements can be gathered in various ways from different areas of the body to monitor what happens under stress, when we relax, when we sleep, dream, when are are aroused, angry, when we laugh etc etc. In other words, we now have clear evidence that what we think has a direct and undeniable link to our health and well-being, both in the short and longer terms. In order to help create and maintain a good health balance, one of the simplest key elements we can do is to learn how to relax, and to use the power of regular relaxation to teach both the body and the mind to recover, and to let go of stress. By allowing this state of relaxation to occur, it gives us the body the time and opportunity to release emotions, to re-charge, and in turn aids the body to function more efficiently. In today’s fast paced world where more and more people seemingly have little or no spare time, the importance of finding time to relax is easliy overlooked (the irony being that we surround ourselves with time and labour saving devices). Relaxation can have a big positive knock-on effect to all manner of our body functions, helping to get back into balance and harmony, such as lowering and restoring correct blood pressure, reducing and eliminating the symptoms of IBS, reducing risks of strokes and heart attacks, relieving headaches, migraines, clearing eczema and other stress related skin conditions, ulcers, and even helping to prevent the onset of serious diseases such as cancer. (Page 1/3)
There is more and more scientific evidence clearly demonstrating how each one of the 55 trillion individual cells of the body are affected by their immediate environment (epigenetics). Let’s have a look at that a bit more closely. Each and every thought, no matter how seemingly small, creates a complex chain of events throughout the whole body system. All thoughts are energy.Each and every thought carries it’s signal along with associated emotions and feelings generated by those thoughts to all the cells around the body. These membranes are intelligent signal receptors influenced and behaving according to the nature of the broadcasts received from their ‘thought based’ environment. The strength, health, efficiency and integral structure of the proteins and molecules of each one of those cells relies on a healthy supply of the right kind of messages that work in harmony with the holistic system of mind and body.
We don’t need to be a scientist to know how it feels when we think something nice, kind and loving, towards someone. Nice thoughts tend to ‘feel’ comfortable. Our body likes this sensation as it travels through the system all the way down to those tiny cells and molecules. However, the opposite is very different. If we think cruel, vindictive and unpleasant thoughts towards someone or something, this generates negative feelings and emotions, creating disruption to the cells signals. (The sub-conscious mind can’t tell the difference between imagination and real world so the body responds just the same in both cases) Just think what happens on a cellular level in each of those examples. The positive thoughts encourage harmony and balance, healing and repair, whereas the negative ones cause disruption, interference, disharmony, stress and malfunction. Each cell takes on a state of ‘dis-ease’, with the risk of long term cellular malfunction and failure more likely.(Page 2/3)
So remember, if your thoughts are out of balance, so is your body. That’s why it’s so important to make sure the mind is given the opportunity to relax whenever it can. When the mind relaxes, so does the body. When the body relaxes, so does the mind. It’s a win / win situation not just for you. The human body is a remarkable and complex organism which can tolerate an incredible amount of challenges in it’s lifetime, but sometimes we humans do struggle sometimes with certain things and need a little bit of help to deal with those challenges. Hypnosis can provide many benefits on many levels both mentally, emotionally, and physically too! (Page 3/3)
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