Illness in people, physical and psychological, is caused by an inability to establish a clean and balanced connection to source. In order to better understand this definition, we must first define source. Source is the giver of life. For a person in our physical universe, source is represented by the sun and the earth. The sun gives energy and guidance. The earth gives nourishment and nurturing.
The most obvious way in which people struggle to establish a clean and balanced connection to nature’s support is by living in a polluted environment, surrounding themselves with artificial energy currents, consuming processed and contaminated food and water.
However there are other ways in which a person may lose their connection. A person may experience an unexpected traumatic event. After experiencing this event, the person may feel unable to accept life as it is. The person may start to generate an energy field of resistance and to cut themselves off emotionally from reality, thereby willingly losing their connection to life. Life moves on, but the person does not want to join in. Unknowingly the person starts to instruct their brain on how to create imbalances in their body. Thoughts like “I’m in danger” or “I’m abandoned” can wreak tremendous havoc to our bodily systems if they are repeated over and over again.
Another reason an imbalance may manifest in a person is their inability to have a balanced relationship with the male and female influences in their lives. While the sun and the earth are the primary support for any human, the secondary support system are the mother and the father (or their substitutes). If at a young age the person feels like one or both of these influences are missing, neglectful, abusive, narcissistic or overbearing, this will create an imbalance in the child or worsen any imbalances that already exist. If you suspect that you have an imbalance that was created by your childhood conditioning, then you should not feel victimized, but should actively seek ways to overcome this imbalance. Seek support groups, advice and counselling.
Every person is the embodiment of energy. In every person there are many different energy fields. This can make it difficult to identify the driving forces of any unease in our lives. The first step should be to simplify your approach to reality. Spend less time thinking about the past and the future, and more time being joyful, grateful, connected and balanced in the now. Remember that you are a part of something greater than yourself, and that you are never alone.