The Mindset Behind It: Rheumatism and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Which are the thoughts and emotional patterns behind rheumatism? As your body never lies, it always shows like a mirror the deep or hidden emotions through some discomfort or a disease.
We call forth disease, or more precisely, dis-ease, when a lack of knowledge throws an area in our lives out of balance. The result of this imbalance first manifests within us as a dis-ease at a psychological level, but unless this is remedied, it will eventually also manifest as a physical disease.“Health and Holism in the 21st Century” by Théun Mares
The key word about joints is movement, the freedom to move your body and to enjoy different activities, to be fluid and flexible. So, the rheumatism is showing a lack of fluidity, a desire to control everything and not letting life happens as it is. People who have rheumatoid arthritis usually have the habit to criticise others and themselves, they have very firm beliefs about life and are not willing to change them. The pain in the joints is a way the body to express the “stiff” thoughts, emotions or behaviour which limit the movement.
“Rheumatism – Insisting upon having life on one’s own terms.“Health and Holism in the 21st Century” by Théun Mares
Arthritis – Lack of fluidity with respect to accepting the process of life.”
People with rheumatoid arthritis have difficulties to ask to help and support, they feel deeply unworthy and unloved but never choose to say it out loud. These people are deeply disappointed as they feel that the others should know what they need and as if the others are supposed to give without even asking for it. The lack of fluidity could be seen on their faces as they try to hide all the negative emotions like anger, despair or even revenge from the people around them. They very often judge others and themselves, they think they know the only right way to do everything and they try to control the others, not giving them the freedom to be different. The rheumatism shows the tendency to be rigid, stubborn, demanding and at the same time afraid of change, powerless and insecure.
Hands and Arms
When the pain is located in the hands and arms, it shows the emotion of not having the right to express yourself, you are not allowed to do something, to touch something, to reach out. Usually, you would be the one to set this limit as you don’t feel you deserve the freedom to act in a particular way. You need to overlook what is your deep desire connected with your work and to find a way to do things with pleasure. It is better if you do activities that make you feel good, try not to be very hard on yourself for having an enjoyable time.
When the knees are suffering, it shows the inner emotion of doing something that you don’t want to do but you do it just for the sake of obligation, like you have to obey to someone. The emotions of being forced to kneel, to obey against your desire will manifest as rheumatism of the knee joint and your movement would be limited even more. It shows the deep unwillingness to change your way of thinking, your beliefs. So, as you would not bend over, you sacrifice yourself, you fake it in order to avoid conflict in attempt to escape the need to speak about it.
Shift the focus
The shift of the thinking would be to open up, to let yourself receive freely and express freely your emotions and desires. To let life surprise you, to accept love and support from the people in the way they give it, to accept life as it is. To understand that everyone has its own path and a way of doing things and that life is a constant change, to develop fluidity in the way of thinking and to embrace new things with courage and faith. You have to relax and enjoy life, find the things that you love to do and do them with all the pleasure in the world, appreciating every second of the activity. In the coMra user guide you will find the treatments to heal your joints and how to help your body to recover, once you have started working on the mindset that causes the disease in the first place.
Have joyful moments and stay healthy!
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