Your emotions have much to do with your health
- Where do you think the emotion of anger comes from?
- Another emotion, the emotion of grief comes
- What grief have you been carrying around?
We would tell you that your emotions have much to do with your health and wellness. These emotions can trigger some responses in your body that can eventually cause a disease. The emotions are generated from your organs.
It’s easy to say that the emotion of love comes from your heart, but where do you think the emotion of anger comes from? It comes from your liver. The liver is responsible for the emotion of anger in your body. That’s why when people drink too much it stresses the liver, and that’s why many people get angry when they drink and cause trouble. The liver is emotionally overloaded and too much drinking can damage your liver and wear it out, making people angry all the time.
Another emotion, the emotion of grief comes from your lungs. People who are extremely sorrowful expose themselves to dying of lung cancer even if they never smoked a day in their life. Some people would say that he/she died from second hand smoke, that they had been exposed to for years, but that’s hardly ever true. Someone who doesn’t smoke and develops lung cancer has to look at what they are sorrowful about in their life.
What grief have you been carrying around for years? Identify the grief and eliminate it from your body and soul and the physical problems will go away. Learn to breathe life in. We would encourage you to do more study on where your emotions come from and the problem they can cause if you overload certain organs.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That you just don’t develop diseases overnight. They are mostly the result of abuse from negative emotions.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because more and more people are beginning to understand that things like their thoughts and feelings have a direct effect on your body and your health.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Identify what emotions you have been carrying around for years. Find out which organs are responsible for those emotions and find out if you have any damage to those organs.
COMMENTARY: Emotions that become self-destructive eventually get our attention by effecting us physically. Hopefully, it doesn’t need to come to that, but when these unresolved emotions are not taken seriously they eventually fester into diseases. Look around you – it’s everywhere, it happens all the time. Heart attacks = a lifetime of a broken heart, kidney disease = criticism, disappointments, failure and shame, Alzheimer’s disease = refusal to deal with the world the way it is, hopelessness and helplessness, anger. These are just a few unresolved emotions that fester into diseases later on. So, work on resolving those unhealthy emotions to avoid the ultimate lesson.