Many of us know about the emotional symptoms of depression. But most of us are not aware that prolonged physical pain could have a connection to emotional pain. So, if you have been taking medication, painkillers, had operations and can’t see much improvement, it could be that the pain is emotional.

Now I know, for some of you, this may be a far reach, as you may be thinking “well, how can they be connected?” And some of you will know deep down inside that what I’m saying is true. Be open and bear with me while I explain a little.

Let me share a story with you, a client of mine had experienced sinus pain for 18 years. Yes – 18 years. Now, if you have experienced sinus pain you know it’s not nice. In fact, it’s horrible.

My client had tried everything and I hear this often from my clients. I am usually the last hope for people, as I do not believe that we cannot heal from anything that has been created. If you have read my story you will know this about me.

Ok back to my client. I had been working with Sophie on a completely different issue but this particular day I could see she was struggling and I said, “do you have different pain going on?” She said, “yeah, my sinuses”. I asked, “did you want to work on them now they are in a flare-up?” She replied, “yeah, why not”.

So I asked her “who are you angry with?” She looked at me straight in the eye and said, “how do you know I’m angry?” I said “never mind that. Who are you angry with?” She replied “my bloody husband. That’s who I am angry with.” I said, “how long you been angry with him?” She replied, “since last week.” I then asked, “how long ago did the anger start?” “What do you mean?” she asked. I said, “when did you leave the honeymoon phase and the anger started?” She responded “the day he brought me into his business. I never wanted any part of it.” I said “interesting.” She then asked “Why? And Dawn I know you, you think this is connected don’t you?” I replied “of course I do. When did he make you part of his business?” She said, “you know exactly.” I said, “no, I don’t.” She said, “18 years ago”. I said “hmm interesting, isn’t it?

Now, how did I know this? I think if you have got to this point, you are a little open to what I’m going to share next (if not click away). Okay, good. The open-minded are still reading. I didn’t speak to her body – however, I do have the gift to do this. In this instance, it was from years of practice I have learned that certain symptoms relate to certain emotions. Take, for example, sinus pain. It’s usually repressed anger and 9/10 times that anger is with a close one. So, for me, this was an easy case. I asked questions got to the answer and helped Sophie release the anger and the next day, sinus pain is gone. Now that Sophie knows when it starts, she has to ask herself the following questions:

  • Who am I angry with?
  • Why am I angry?
  • Then let go of the anger.

Now, why am I sharing my secrets? Because, firstly, I wish someone had have helped me when I was suicidal – again if you haven’t read my story read it (it starts on page 15!) I know, I know. I keep plugging it – it’s because it will give you hope and belief that no matter how bad life gets, there is always a choice. And don’t worry it’s free! Ha!

Secondly, my job here on earth is to help educate the masses to know we are not here to suffer.

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