The Inner Cause: A Psychology of Symptoms from A to Z

The Inner Cause: A Psychology of Symptoms from A to Z

English | May 8th, 2018 | ASIN: B078WD25GY, ISBN: 1844097536 | 276 Pages | EPUB | 2.40 MB

Explores the body as a map of consciousness, where physical symptoms reflect stresses on our minds, emotions, and Higher Self

Offers a comprehensive guide to 800 physical symptoms with the description of their inner cause and the message they are sending to our consciousness
Explains how learning a symptom's message empowers the individual affected to take charge and effect change on the inner level
Addresses the individual as well as the helping professions, healers and therapists, to help them understand more fully the dynamics of the body-mind interface

The body is intimately connected to the mind and the Spirit. Each physical symptom reflects a deeper part of our Spirit and consciousness, the part the Western traditions know as the "unconscious" or "subconscious." When we make a decision that leaves us with stress, it affects our consciousness, and therefore our energy field or aura. When the tension increases in intensity, it reaches the physical level where it creates a symptom. This means that if we make a different decision, or change our mind about something, we can let go of this stress, and the symptom. The symptom itself is not the problem, just a message that, once understood, has fulfilled its purpose and can be released.


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