September 23, 2021

Emotional pain and physical pain are related. How? Through the energetic network of experience. Each time we experience something, we store the experience both in the energetic network and in the physical body. Where that experience gets stored in the body is specific to your soul growth phase and use of your chakras. I will explain.

The body is made up of physical systems, like the cardiovascular system, and energetic systems, such as the chakras, meridians and aura. The body actually starts out as an energetic blueprint for making the physical structures, like bones and organs, so the energetic is tied to the physical, then and always. The blueprint provides direction as to which molecules need to combine to make the smallest of physical structures, the stem cells, and then to imprint the cells with instructions on differentiation that will refine the cells’ structures to perform certain functions and become a specialized cell such as an endothelial cell of the glomerulus and cause the cell to migrate to the kidney organ area of the body. The physical structures made up of these cells retain the energetic messaging for continued operation and regeneration throughout a person’s life—unless the messaging is corrupted and operation or regeneration becomes disorganized—and illness or debilitation arises. It is therefore very important that the energetic systems of the body are regularly attended to.

We know that the body has an energetic side to it because we feel it, we feel something when we are around another person. We sense their mood, we measure their physicality not in weight or size but in presence, and we react emotionally to them, whether or not they speak to us. Each person is like a whirling, vibrating, blinking house of lights, of different colors and intensities of color, changing as each situation calls for attunement of one energy system or another. Thus, interacting is complicated. It is noisy and like dancing, energetically speaking.

Upon meeting, the chakras that line up vertically along the midline of our bodies link with the chakras of the person we are with, first aiming at the dominant chakra of the other person, then the others for a complete energetic fusion. Conversation begins, emotions flow, and our thoughts and emotions are broadcast over a wide area where they are picked up by others, by their own energetic antennae. As such, no conversation or emotion is truly private. Depending upon which of the seven chakras we are dominant in, the experience of meeting, the emotional, conversational and thought-filled experience will be stored in that chakra, especially if it is a significant meeting, and since that chakra is associated with a number of different organs, they too, will be imprinted with that experience. That is why we feel love in our hearts. The emotion, love, and thoughts that precipitate it are imprinted on the heart, and all its accouterments. It is the same with hurtful conversations and emotions, what gets imprinted in the dominant chakra and the associated organs, is emotional pain.

Those who are dominant in the heart chakra for instance will experience trouble in their hearts, their lungs, their breasts if they are consistently hurt by love or the lack of it. Those who are dominant in their solar plexus chakra will experience trouble in their stomach, liver, pancreas, nervous and circulatory systems if they are unable to express themselves, especially in a creative manner. Chronic lower back pain is from emotional pain stored in the gonad chakra. Emotional pain in the root chakra causes kidney function problems and inflammation of the lower colon, and so on.

Addressing pain in general (and dysfunction) within the body must start with an understanding of the emotional experiences that are stored in the energetic structures and passed on to the physical structures they govern, and then, the purpose of such experiences—of evolvement of the soul and the role of life lessons, which will allow for the release of emotional pain in the body, physical and energetic.

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