One day I was introduced to a wonderful teacher. Her name is Inna Segal. She wrote the book " The Secret Language of Your Body". This book opens our awareness on the emotions behind a symptom, disease, ailment and illness. It is a guide to restoring our body to its best state. Inna Segal offers insight into the underlying illness and provides advice which empowers many to heal and move energy out of the body.
Today I want to share what she teaches about migraines.
This is what she offers:
Migraine- control, pressure, seriousness, perfectionism. Overcommitting yourself. Great need for love and approval. Ignoring your own needs. Putting other people before you. Extreme guilt and anxiety. Conflict with self and other people. Self-punishment. Feeling angry and annoyed with others. Saying, "you are giving me a headache."
I resonated with almost everything that she offers. I have been told that I must control my son more. I am feeling extreme pressure. I am a taurean and I am very serious. I am a perfectionist. I do have a lot of responsibility on me. I do want to be seen and loved. Because of covid-19, I have been isolating and not seeing my friends and clients in person. I do tend to put others needs before my own. I am dealing with anger and do feel guilty.
So yesterday, I had a mentoring call with my SDJ, that is Sunny Dawn Johnston. She guided me to move the anger out of my body. She said to move it by doing exercise, writing and burning, punching a pillow, journalling, crying etc. So I am doing that by sharing today. I am committed in helping myself move it out of the body. Monday I also had a massage and most likely will go do a salt cave later.
Inna also guides us to release unhealthy emotions that may be causing the symptoms by identifying the unhealthy emotion and then releasing them.
For this blog, I will share what she says about anger.
She shares that anger often comes from righteousness, fear or judgment that arises when people feel they have been wronged or haven't gotten what they want. That fits for me. I feel so angry right now. All the issues I am walking through with my son have me seeing red! Anger, she says, gives people a false sense of power, making them feel they want to criticize, put down or hate or resent others. I have been feeling so much resentment. Some of it is old, some of it is new.
Anger is also a catalyst for change and transformation that can fuel passion, excitement and enthusiasm. If something in your life is not working, this anger is then an opportunity for you to free yourself from your ailment, such as depression, powerlessness and feeling overwhelmed. I have been feeling all of it! Anger can drain life force and energy! Long term anger is never good and can make you feel fatigued, frail, unhappy and worn out.
Unresolved anger can lead to hypertension, inflammation, psoriasis, sinusitis, tumours, cancers, PMS, pneumonia, ulcers and more.
To release anger, put your hands on the part of your body where you feel it and breathe into the area. Ask God and your angels to pour white light into the area and dissolve any of the fear, pain, anger, shame, guilt etc. Do this repeatedly until you feel a shift. This is a process and is not just done once.
If you are feeling guided to purchase the book, you can do so on amazon.
My mentor, Sunny Dawn Johnston is having her next THRIVE event in July and Inna Segal is a guest!! you might want to get your ticket here:
There are so many ways to help yourself. I hope that you know you do not have to suffer. Our body is always talking to us and our job is to tune in and listen to what it is saying. If you are interested in having a chat with me, or if you want to have your own personal angel card message, please email me to book at email@example.com
Some of the essential oils that I use are: (always use with a carrier oil):
- Rosemary - it is an anti-inflammatory and analgesic
- lavender - stress reliever and relaxes
- Peppermint- the menthol in it helps relax muscles and ease pain.
- chamomile - relaxes and soothes
- eucalyptus - this oil helps open up the nasal passages