Emotions and their impact on your body

Have you wondered why some emotions make us feel miserable inside, weak and under the weather and others give us such a powerful high that we feel invincible, light, happy and ready to tackle anything?

Physical body aside and coming from a Spiritual way of thinking, our emotions are a direct response to what our mind is thinking about. We allow our mind to overtake our state of health.

To end, our hormones literally dictate our well being and the way we think and live our lives affects them in a big way.

The link between the mind and body is inseparable. Keeping the biochemistry explanation simple, our chemicals or hormone secretions vibrate at a particular frequency.  Feelings of joy and gratitude and happiness have a higher energy vibration and those chemicals released into our cells are the happy ones such as Dopamine and Oxytocin. 

When we are feeling sad, angry, or indulge in negative thoughts, these energies are low frequency and therefore our body automatically secretes more of the stress and action response chemicals to support this. Adrenaline, for example, that makes us feel 'wired' initially, but then in time, we feel a lack of energy, low mood and unable to cope through the exertion. This effects the shape and condition of the DNA in every cell in your body.

You see the cycle that forms between thoughts, emotions and illness?

The lesson is to find as many ways as humanly possible to live a relaxing, enjoyable, fulfilling and happy life. And if this is a challenge, then Invest in the tools or get support that will enable you to raise your vibration levels on a more consistent basis, ideally every day.

Learn how to get full support here now.

So what's the knock on effect of positive behaviour and thinking? 

A healthier mind and body, with less opportunity for dis-ease to take hold. 

What else?

More rewarding relationships, much better decision making abilities and a happy you.

To name a handful.

I'll admit that I was crap at this once upon a time, and it's still something I invest a lot of time and effort in, not just in the activity of positivity, but learning more; reading the latest research so I can use it to my advantage and serve my clients highly too.

How are you going today and what's your plan for feeling better?

Love and blessings

Reflexology Points for Hormones & Stress

There are days when I just can't be bothered and feel out of sorts, and although there's nothing physically wrong with me, I'm aware that as a woman, it could probably be put down to hormonal surges that occur at certain times of the month.

These reflex points on the foot are some of my favourites and I think you might like them too.  Particularly effective for women as hormonal imbalances do annoyingly encroach our daily life at some time or another; puberty, childbirth, menopause... you get the idea!

So focusing on specific areas of the foot, spending just a few minutes each week to kick-start and maintain your body will re-balance any hormones and at the same time, alleviate stress and tension in the body.

Starting at the top of the foot; applying pressure with the thumb on the fleshy part of the underside of the toe (Pituitary Gland), then move the thumb across the bottom of the big toe (Thyroid), pressing down on the Adrenal Gland reflex in the centre/left of the foot to stabilise stress hormone secretions before moving down to hold the ovary and uterus reflexes, either side of the heel with the thumb and middle finger.

Doing these moves on my own feet alleviates the niggling feelings but by taking a few minutes out of the day, removing myself from everything that goes on around me just to focus on the activity itself is very nurturing and good for my mind and spirit.

Working these pressure points on the hands too, is just as effective.  Give them a whirl and let me know how it goes.

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