What is “Issue in the Tissue”© and how can I be healed by it?
Do you have that thing that doesn’t go away no matter what? You are continually bothered by that pesky health concern? Or you might have symptoms of some nefarious annoyance lingering around a major organ or two. You want to be informed and mainly you want to feel better.
I have a knack for finding what ails you. I find it in a core wound left over from your childhood. It’s something very deep but also right under the surface – when it’s uncovered you feel such relief. You say, ‘no wonder’ and ‘of course’ and you’re so happy to have it up and out and gone. How great to have a light shine from a fresh angle on health questions you might have.
It is my belief that dis-ease originates in emotions. If your back tweaks it has to do with support. If you have a rash you might be angry yet unable to express that anger in any other way, so it comes out all over your body. I call the emotions that I identify for clients as “Issue In the Tissue”. You’d be surprised how clear your body communicates with you about what is out of kilter.
Once it is clear what your body wants to tell you, you can get really good at taking good care of your wellbeing before your health can ever get compromised.
I see clients after the doctor has ruled out anything of an emergency nature that needs immediate medical intervention. The medical community is very good at helping when you’ve gotten to high levels of need. I like to see clients when they are just noticing red flags in their path or have been carrying chronic malaise for decades.
Here’s an example from one client:
Asanti, 52, has experienced major doubled-over stomach pain on and off every week for as long as she can remember. Many times she rushed to the ER thinking it was appendicitis, or she didn’t know what. Many times she had x-rays looking for something…maybe an ulcer. There was never any concrete diagnosis but certainly concrete pain. Over the years she’s had lots of prescriptions, some of which did get to some symptoms, none every got to the cause. So it was ongoing as a continual discomfort to her. Also, even though she’s quite slim she has what she refers to as her “pooch of a tummy”.
Here’s what happened in our session together:
I asked her, “Close your eyes and go back to the very first time that you felt this way. Let the scene from your life pop into your head and play out.” Here’s the scene that occurred to her: She’s a baby. Her mother is dressing her and the outfit is too tight around the waist and she is crying while her mother is continuing to force her into the dress. It is for her christening. There is a lot of tension between her father and mother. They are late. Her father says, “Just put her in something else.” while her mother is insisting on the christening dress. It’s an heirloom from the family. It seems to Asanti that the heirloom is more important to her mother than she is.
I ask her to open her eyes and reflect on this story.
She says, she loves her mom, she talks to her several times a week. Now she is realizing that she has stomach pain several times a week. Even though her mother lives far away in Europe, it seems that she always insists on something that is hurtful, painful or uncomfortable for Asanti. She says again that she loves her mother but this is the story that has been between them all her life.
She cries. We watch waves of emotions run up and down her ‘tummy pooch’. More revelations come to her. She’s always kept her stomach free. She doesn’t own a belt she can’t stand anything tight around her waist.
Now I ask her to go back to the baby scene and create a new story. She says, they are getting ready, the dress doesn’t fit, her mother puts her in another dress that Asanti loves and feels comfortable in. Now Asanti laughs, actually a belly laugh.
I ask her to change the later story about her mother always insisting on something that is hurtful, painful or uncomfortable to her.
The new story is “I am free to decide for myself what is comfortable and doable and empowering for me. I love my mom and I am free to have my own choices.”
Immediately her body shifts its hold on that tight, painful lifelong pattern. She completely relaxes. And laughs again. Laughter is always an indication that you’ve shifted the way you will be in your body hereafter.
She continues to call her mom each week but remarkably, without instruction her mother doesn’t seem so threatening to her anymore even though her mother’s behavior hasn’t changed. Two weeks after our session Asanti noticed that her ‘pooch of a tummy’ somehow has left the building.
This is ‘Issue in the Tissue.’© Once the emotional issue is uncovered the tissue returns to health.
Have you got that thing that eludes you – that thing that doesn’t go away? Let’s talk so you can heal that and be free. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a session by phone.
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