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Your Mind & Body Are Not Separate. This Chart Explains It All

Your Mind & Body Are Not Separate. This Chart Explains It All
How often do we go about our days feeling things within our body and trying to determine their cause, yet never really finding an answer? We might go to a doctor and explain what’s going on. We might complain of tightness in our shoulders, pain in our knees, or discomfort in our abdomen. There’s no doubt that sometimes these problems are simply the result of having eaten the wrong thing, or moved the wrong way, but it is also important to consider our state of mind and our emotions, and how these translate into our physicality. We are energy beings, this isn’t some new-age spiritual concept. Our body has electricity that runs through it and it flows based on the cleanliness of the paths in which it travels. The illustration below is a general depiction of how our experiences, emotions, or beliefs can get energetically stored within the body. Next time you have a pain somewhere, notice tight shoulders, etc., take a moment and see if any of these can trigger some internal reflection.

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