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Is disease just an extreme state of dis-ease?

August 14, 2012

Is disease just an extreme state of dis-ease? Could it be that simple?

12 world experts on the emotional causation of disease say it is.

They will be gathering together on a unique online summit soon to discuss and share their findings on how chronic illnesses, many still deemed ‘incurable’, such as chronic fatigue and cancer, actually have unresolved emotional issues at their core.

For example, Dr Bradley Nelson (US), au thor and creator of the ‘Emotion Code’ explains how his technique “helps to identify and literally release trapped emotions which are harmful emotional energies from negative past events. Trapped emotions can cause depression and anxiety and block people from happiness, making them feel disconnected from others. Because trapped emotions are made of energy, just like the rest of the body, they exert an influence on the physical tissues, and can cause acute pain and even cancer. Releasing trapped emotions makes conditions right for the body to heal - so physical and emotional difficulties often disappear or become much more manageable."

‘Made of energy?’ you may ask. Despite the fact we seem so solid, quantum physics discovered several decades ago that all matter, at its tiniest microscopic (quantum) level, is energy. Our mind (thoughts) and feelings (e-motions) are energy too, vibrating at a less dense level than physical matter. So we can no longer deny emotions will not affect the physical body both at a quantum and cellular level. Dr David Mickel, founder of the revolutionary therapy for the emotional causation of chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, and Dr Robert Bornstein, explored this concept in depth in their article on ‘Cellular Rewiring’.

While most people tend to think thoughts and emotions only happen in the head, the reality is emotions are feelings which produce chemical changes in the body and affect every cell. This is why we can feel emotional energy in the body, not in the head. (Just think about it – how do you feel when you experience anger? Do you feel a surge of energy inside your body, or tension in your muscles? Why do you think we say we are ‘livid’ with anger? Guess which organ is affected?)

Since a law of physics states energy cannot be destroyed, but can be transformed, (think water turning into ice or water), any emotions which are not resolved at the time of arising in the body will get stored in the cells until an opportunity arises for them to be cleared.

And this is precisely how stored emotional energy builds up to become disease (dis-ease). And usually it is not until we experience symptoms that we notice something is amiss, and by this time the original (emotional) cause has long been forgotten!

Another presenter on the summit is Richard Moat (NZ) founder of Moativational Medicine™ and the ‘Health Detective Agency’ who uses a number of energy psychology techniques to clear illness. He will share some of the tools needed to explore the influence of our emotions in the makeup of a physical illness, as well as ways to dissolve these emotions and trigger a return to wellness, in many cases instantly.

Kim Knight (NZ), a finalist in 2011 for New Zealand Woman of the Year for her inn ovation and contribution in the field of health and science, will share how she recovered without medication from a number of illnesses including chronic fatigue syndrome and clinical depression, which left her unable to work for several years until she discovered the underlying emotional causes.

Rob van Overbruggen (NL) and Richard Flook (CAN) are both experts in Meta Medicine™, a revolutionary technique for identifying the root cause of an illness, often triggered by shocking or traumatic situations. And Daniel Astinotti (NZ) will share his research on what he believes to be the number one cause of stress and illness: according to Astinotti, the main risk factor for CVDs (cardiovascular diseases) has been completely overlooked by most doctors: an unconscious and dysfunctional habit of over-breathing.

HeartMath vice president Howard Martin will also be a keynote speaker on the event, where he will share the HeartMath methods for reducing stress and achieving heart coheren ce. He will also talk about the ‘Global Coherence’ Initiative, a ground-breaking experiment currently underway to investigate the effects of mass human emotions on the earth, and share news of the upcoming sensor to be installed soon in New Zealand.

The online ‘Emotional Intelligence’ summit will kick off Mon 3 September (US) [day after in New Zealand], with Marvin Oka, co-author with Grant Soosalu of the ground-breaking new book ‘mBraining’and the ‘mBIT’ multiple brain integration technique, who will share how the latest findings in neuro-science show we have three complex and functional brains and how we can harness and integrate these multiple brains for greater success, wisdom and health.

The Summit will run for 2 weeks from 3 September until 18 September. Listeners can tune in from anywhere in the world for free listening and there is also an enhanced pa id option.

For detailed information and registration see http://www.artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotiona...

For details of the Global Coherence Initiative see http://artofhealth.co.nz/s-events-telesummit-emotional-in...

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