Have you ever had your heart broken? Have you loved someone, only to realize he just wasn’t that into you? Has anyone ever said something that hurt your feelings? Have you ever felt anxiety, pain or stress?
Everything that exists in our universe is made up of energy. We are like fish, swimming in an invisible sea of energy. The wi-fi signal you pick up with your smart phone, laptop, iPad, Kindle, and other devices is an energy stream in the form of radio waves. Your heart and brain emit waves that can be monitored.
So how does it work? How do the emotions affect your back? The simple answer is that emotions block the flow of energy (Qi or Chi) in the body. When the energy gets blocked, there is pain. And that’s a good thing. Pain is good!
Pain is a signal. It tells you that something is wrong. In the case of back pain, it tells you that your emotions are stuck. Stifled. Repressed. They are so repressed that, even now, you’re probably resisting the idea that your back pain could be anything more than physical.
There are 7 main energy centers in the body, known as chakras. Each chakra is located throughout our body so that it correlates to specific body ailment and physical dysfunctions; each energy center also houses our mental and emotional strengths. When we have a physical issue, it creates weaknesses in our emotional behavior. When we release the stale energy from the body, it can undo any tightness, stiffness, or malfunction of that area.
The clearing of the energy can also balance our emotional state of mind. The Chakra Mind-Body Balance is a two-way street: if there are certain fears and emotions we are holding on to, we experience physical restrictions, too.
If you have achiness or stiffness, or certain reoccurring emotions and fears, read along and you may find out which chakra is affected or blocked.
Summary of where the emotions block the life energy.
Is placed on the top of our head. The more flow here, the more we see and feel ourselves as a part of the Universe and the more we understand our wonderful connection to All There Is.
The third eye or forehead
When we don’t want to hear, see or understand, we have problems with eyes and ears. When our soul is not willing to realize or admit things, we may get pain in our jaw. When we suppress our soul’s wisdom and guidance we get problems with the jaw.
The Throat area
At the back: feeling of not worthy of love, not worthy of life and similar.
Left side of the neck: Feeling of not allow oneself to enjoy life. Feeling of being lied to and feelings related to dishonesty. To feel fooled.
Right side of the neck: To feel the need to punish oneself, judge oneself, To feel violated, offended. To feel disparaged.
Front of neck: To feel that nobody cares, that nobody sees us or hears us.
The thymus area
Above the heart is a area that is very important for most people. The area is situated at the top of the breastbone and in the corresponding area at the back plus top of shoulders.
The feeling of responsibility can be too strong. We easily take responsibility for everything and everybody… Time has come to let people find their own ways, to let them take fully responsibility for themselves as soon as they are old enough. We all need to take responsibility for ourselves.
Front: The feeling that we don’t deserve… love, anything!
Shoulder: Feeling that we must do, must manage.
At the back: feeling of responsibility and obligation.
The heart area
Front: In the middle, grief, pain, self pity (the lungs), to feel that we need to sacrifice ourselves, bitterness, despair.
Back: Anger, self anger, frustration, irritation, disappointment, self-hatred, hatred, contempt, bitterness.
Longing and irritation is situated behind the shoulder blades. (When you realize your cells are love, you don’t need to long for it!)
Solar plexus area
Front: the feeling fear. Fear is always linked to something, so fear will always occur more than one place and prevent vibration in other areas.
Front, also: Feeling lonely, feel that things are unfair. nervousness, worry.
Back: Worry about money, fear of loosing your power.
Below navel area
Feeling of guilt and inadequacy are situated in our hips. Feeling that other people are better than us. Jealousy and envy come from the feeling of not being good enough. We take on guilt of the most incredible things! Very often the guilt we carried is irrational.
feeling of sexual suppression. Lack of feeling pleasure in general in life is also situated here. Reluctance.
The feeling that we need to be perfect to be loved and/or accepted.
Wanting to blame others is situated at upper edge of our hips.
Root or thighs’ area
Feeling that we want to die, not want to live, hopelessness, powerlessness, wanting to give up,
Feeling failure, shame, despair.
Lower root or knees and below area
Lack of feeling of trust in life. Not daring to make choices. Feeling insecure. Feeling of no point in living. Feelings that other people rule over you.
Here are some common physical pain that we experience in our daily lives and their relation to our emotional blockages:
1. Pain in your head.
Pain in your head, like headaches and migraines, can be triggered by the stresses of day to day life. Be sure to take time out of every day to relax. Do something that eases the tension.
2. Pain in your neck.
Feeling a pain in your neck? You must have kids! Just kidding. Pain in your neck is an indication that you may be having trouble with forgiveness of others, or even yourself. If you’re feeling neck pain, consider the things you love about yourself and others. Consciously work toward forgiveness.
3. Pain in your shoulders.
Pain in your shoulders may indicate that you’re carrying a real emotional burden. That’s where the saying “shouldering a problem” comes from. Focus in on some proactive problem solving and distributing some of that burden to other people in your life.
4. Pain in your upper back.
If you’re feeling pain in your upper back, you’re probably coping with a lack of emotional support. You might be feeling unloved or you could even be holding your love back. If you’re single, it might be time to go for a date.
5. Pain in your lower back.
Lower back pain might mean you’re worrying too much about money or you’re lacking in emotional support. It may be a good time to ask for an overdue raise or consider a financial planner to help you utilize money a little bit better.
6. Pain in your elbows.
Pain in your elbows has a lot to do with resisting changes in your life. If your arms are feeling stiff, it may mean that you’re too stiff in your life. It may be time to think about making compromises and shaking things up a little bit. At the very least, go with the flow.
7. Pain in your hands.
With your hands, you reach out to others and connect. If you’re feeling hand pain, it may mean that you’re not reaching out enough. Try making new friends. Have lunch with an associate. Make a connection.
8. Pain in your hips.
If you’ve been afraid of moving, that may manifest as a pain in the hips. Sore hips could be a sign that you’re too resistant to changes and moves. It may also show a caution toward making decisions. If you’re thinking on some big ideas, it’s time to make a decision.
9. Pain in the knees.
Knee pain can be a lot of different things, but it can be a sign of a big ego. You might think that you’re a little bit too awesome. Humble yourself. Spend some time volunteering. Make sure you remember that you’re mortal. You’re just human.
10. Pain in your calves.
Calf pain is likely triggered by emotional tension of some kind. Stress may also be the culprit. Jealousy may be causing your sore calves too. It might be time to let go of something big.
11. Pain in the ankles.
Pain in your ankles may be a sign that you’re depriving yourself of pleasure. It may mean it’s time to indulge a little bit more. Spice up your romantic life a bit.
12. Pain in your feet.
When you’re depressed, you might feel some foot pain. Too much negativity can manifest in your feet not feeling so good. Look for the little joys in life. Find a new pet or a new hobby. Look for joy.
Energy healing is one of the oldest practices in the world. Since 4000 B.C. healers have understood that our health depends on the quality of the energy that flows through our bodies. Chinese medicine calls it “qi.” Ayurvedic medicine calls it “prana.”
ps: This is science and not a matter of faith or belief that you would rather ignore and it’ll go away.
pss: To know more about this matter and get healing contact Shruti Dwivedi, Theta healer.
psss: Please consult your doctor about any kind of illness and pain that you are not sure about in your body. This article talks about a very specific kind situation related to emotional blockage that we face in our daily lives. Your issue could be a medical cause. Always consult a doctor.