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January 10, 2005

The relationship between physical injuries and emotions and feelings

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Some Initial Thoughts on The relationship between physical injuries and emotions and

When we made our last house move , my didn’t want to go and then he broke his leg, this got me thinking and about how the aches and pains we feel emotionally can become reall aches and pains.


“Heal Your Body (Louise L. Hay)

If you have ever felt a little off balance, when you meant upset or worried and then tripped up or fell or almost lost your footing, you will know what I mean.

Just think about some of the injuries you have had, perhaps because you weren’t concentrating, pushed a little too far…what were you concentrating on or what were you blanking out, why push and what for?

Watching my up I went to the osteopath because I had a pain in my left shoulder, actually I said it feels as if someone has rammed a spear through that side of my chest…which side is that, the side where your IS stupid!!, and yes i had muscle spasms and i do get problems, but I have never had them there before.

Think about some of your recent accidents or if you can’t take it that far, what about your aches and pains, if that bad could talk, what would it be saying. Or that skin , thats itchy and irritating, or that spot, if you became that spot what would you say to yourself?

The body whispers to all the just as the and the feelings do, but if we don’t listen it shouts, so an ache in the becomes a slipped disk becomes surgery and so on.

There does seem to be a relationship between our injuries and physical hurts and our emotional scars and worries…I suppose the most obvious one to think about is where it describes bothe the physical and emotional…anyone ever said to you, you’re looking a bit tense ??
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jonathan spencer
jonathan spencer
Jonathan is in his 50s, and is as simple or complex as the next person. He has owned and managed healthcare business, worked in the theatre, healthcare, for charities, trade unions and in the commercial sector. His background in psychology and therapy compliments his expertise in business and technology. He is passionate about disability and support for people with disability, in part because of experience in his own family. He has always followed a spiritual path finding a home amongst the spiritual and social conscience of Quakers and latterly joining the Church of England.