How to fix digestion and balance with energy healing
I’ve written down a list of things that everyone should give a little bit more attention :
- The things that make you smile
- The silence in the morning
- The sound of an instrument playing from a distance
- Eye colours
- The way puppies behave
- How the sunset makes everything warmer and more orange
- Anything about a person that makes them special, unique and miraculous (i.e. birthmarks, freckles, scars)
-When it’s hot outside and you feel a cool breeze
- Small flowers
- Smile dimples
- Background noises in your favourite restaurant
- The goose bumps that you get when you step out of the shower
- Certain smells that you associate with beautiful places
- The harmony and peace you feel when you embrace all that you are
one week clean of self harm, cannabis and nicotine use.
of course i have a naturally bad reaction when traumatic memories come up!! if that meant I was relapsing, I’d never get fucking better
Throat chakra healing is the practice of opening, balancing, and purifying the throat chakra within our bodies. Generally, throat chakra healing uses a wide range of holistic healing remedies to bring alignment to the body, mind, and spirit. These remedies include practices such as yoga, mindfulness, color therapy, sound healing, self-inquiry, aromatherapy, and many others.
I don’t post on here anymore but need to get this off my chest. I used to suffer with severe body dysmorphia that gave me suicidal depression and I am nauseated by the memories of those dark, mad times. I still have body dysmorphia only now it’s a mild well managed case. I think body dysmorphia is extremely common, it’s hard to not feel insecure in this world of social media, celebrities and Instagram…but the pain goes deeper than that.
In my childhood I went through a lot of brainwashing by my psychologically damaged mother. She didn’t feel valued in her childhood so her way of reclaiming that feeling of importance was by keeping me and my sister down. She rarely complimented me and if she did give a compliment it came with hesitancy, she looked at me like I was ugly and made nasty comments. As a child/teen (adult even) I had no understanding of her mental health so of course I took it personally. I couldn’t even be in the same room as her because I hated how she looked at me. Other family members didn’t value me either. I had the lowest self esteem of anyone I knew. At 14 I started developing very neurotic/extreme behaviours that I’m very embarrassed about, people must of thought I was bonkers and vain, I hate that I came across as vain.
I was punishing myself. In the same way that people slit their wrists to punish themselves, people with body dysmorphia self sabotage to get their feelings of inadequacy out. When I was 14 I was OBSESSED with straightening my hair, to the point of extreme frazzle and split ends. Then I became OBSESSED with makeup application, even though I wasn’t even into makeup, I can’t tell you how many allergic reactions I got from makeup, only to then isolate myself indoors out of embarrassment. It’s fine if people like makeup but it just wasn’t an interest of mine (even though I wore a tonne of it). I was OBSESSED with what other people thought of me, to the point of having no life or other interests. I was OBSESSED with what outfit I was wearing. A new obsession would always develop- including a new flaw to focus on and obsess about. Mirrors were my worst enemy.
Nothing nice that anyone ever said to me processed because the damage had already been done psychologically. But sometimes I would get really mean comments from people about my image as well and I didn’t have very supportive friends. I just wanted to feel good enough. I longed to be a child again so I didn’t have this slave routine of hair straightening/makeup anymore. I regretted these sabotaging behaviours so much but didn’t know how to change it, I didn’t like coming across this way but feared having mean comments made to me if I gave it all up. I was deeply ashamed of my natural face because it wasn’t good enough in my childhood. It got to the point where I didn’t even like people looking at me because I thought they would think something/say something mean…it wasn’t my business what people were thinking though.
I tried to keep these behaviours secret because I didn’t like people knowing how insecure I was. I knew I had to develop the mental strength to let this stuff go or I would be 40 and still enslaved. I luckily managed to grow my hair and get rid of the frizz from the age of 17 but I was still into putting hair spray onto it though (another obsession*). As I got older (i’m now 28), I started to wear less makeup, it was a desensitising process. I cut down slowly as to not shock myself. I only wear a tiny amount of eye makeup now and I’ve been doing that for 4 years, that’s the most I will wear for the rest of my life now. I regret wearing makeup and wish I wore this much as a teenager. But body dysmorphia is a mental health condition, it can be unlearnt but it means that when you have it you really believe that you’re disfigured, abnormal and not good enough and that you need to obsessively fix yourself.
I also got a life and some other hobbies so I could think about other things, more interesting things. But I needed to learn a lot about psychology as well. That helped me get to the bottom of it. It’s been a rank journey and extremely draining. What people think about me is not my concern anymore, I live for my own opinion and being as comfortable and content in my own skin as possible. I was extremely weak in my past and let people control me too much. I never hang out with people that judge me anymore. I like to look after myself and my health but don’t punish myself anymore.
I had to learn to be grateful for who I am, this was a huge lesson for me. My teenage years/early adult years were stolen with these behaviours I developed. I’m still young but wish I could of been grateful for my youth. Who cares if people thought I was ugly, beauty is in the eye of the beholder anyway. But the pain goes so deep that it isn’t as easy as letting it all go over night. Small steps, small steps.
Our journey on this planet starts right from the time we are conceived. This meditation helps to release those thoughts and emotions we have formed while being in the mother’s womb.
Whether it is about getting affected by the emotions our mother went through or it is the environmental stress.
This meditation will help you to reprogram your inner beliefs by releasing the unnecessary fears and emotions we are carrying.
All 2020. Betray them sis.
“#TRANSIENCE” - It is possible to transcend a current difficulty by shifting your #awareness and #focus. #Love can help you #rise above all obstacles, so you can see things from a #higher perspective. From the heights of love your problems seem much smaller.
Sit quietly in #meditation. Imagine streams of crystal-coloured light #flowing down upon you and pouring into each of the seven energy centres in your body. Red light connects with the root chakra at the base of your spine. Orange light flows to your sacral chakra below your navel. Yellow light fills your solar plexus above your naval. Green and pink dance into the centre of your chest at your heart chakra. Light blue streams to your throat chakra, indigo to your third eye centre in your forehead and at the top of your head, violet and white light pour into your crown chakra. Feel your earthly concerns fade away as this light fills every part of you and connects you with the infinite power you hold within.”
-Universal Love Oracle
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I don’t know how to explain how I feel.
I don’t know why I feel the way I do.
I don’t know how to explain the monsters inside my head.
I don’t know what I did.
I don’t know why these kinds of things always happen to me.
I don’t know why I was abandoned.
I don’t know how I became such a burden to everyone around me.
I don’t know why you can’t hear me screaming for help.
I don’t know why I put myself into these kinds of situations.
I just don’t know…..
What I do know, is that I am not okay.
I am officially 2 days post op! (In this picture I had to go to the ER to get some stuff checked out because my heart rate was increased, I’m okay though.) Double incision with nipple grafts with Dr. Weber in Minnesota. I have my post op tomorrow with him, so we will see how that goes!
Even if you’re a kid.
Even if it’s to your parents.
Parents who think their children can never say no are under the erroneous viewpoint that children are not allowed to have boundaries and that is terrible, dangerous, abusive, failure parenting that leads to adults who cannot keep themselves safe in the adult world.
Good parents teach their kids the consequences of their choices, which is what is necessary to survive and succeed in the adult world. Forcing your kid to simply do everything you say only teaches them to be subservient and if they come in contact with a dangerously dominating personality it could cost them literally their lives.