So I answered him back with my thoughts but also advised that I would check in with my expert panel themselves, the Type Nines, to see what insight could be gleaned. Well – it was a beautiful experience and I believe great information for the Nine in all of us. Here is a summary of the responses that I received.
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To this day, I believe that how well we handle our daily interactions and life stresses are based more on how developed our emotional intelligence skills are than anything else. In fact when we are not processing our emotions effectively; it creates the opportunity for energy imbalances to manifest and these show up as dis-ease symptoms in the body. Yes – I believe that every physical symptom in the body first originated at the emotional level.
It is like a slow-moving river clogged with boulders. The river is your expression, and the boulders are the barriers to your expression. If you had to remove the rocks, it would be very hard to push them out of the channel. You could spend all your time trying to get the rocks out of the channel without getting the river moving. But as soon as the river starts to flow and gains power from the desire to get back to its origin, you will find that you don’t need to do anything to the rocks, because the current takes the rocks with it. You do not need to remove the rocks if you keep the current going at all times.
We are incredible beings with such inner resources to interact with the world around us and our bodies do an amazing job of trying to keep up with what we put them through every day. Sometimes though, it just feels like we don’t have enough to get through whatever is going on. Many of us live in an exhausted state, with commitments pulling from every direction and a feeling that there is no time for ourselves. This is not an empowering feeling and the body will find a way to let us know that we are not in balance! Whether we experience headaches, tension aches, digestive issues, insomnia, high blood pressure, anxiety; the list is endless; it is the bodies messaging system at work.
My husband continued for a number of years with the support of acupuncture. Between managing his exposure to EMF’s and strengthening his system with the acupuncture we could keep any outbreaks to a minimum. It was not until I was introduced and trained in the use of the Chiren, a Biophoton Light instrument that we have almost eliminated the symptoms all together. We discovered that due to his profession, he was exposed to heavy metals frequently and they were built up in his body. This acted like a conductor for the EMF waves and made it more difficult for him to not actually attract them to his system. Currently, we have made a number of changes in our home and habits, he continues to avoid microwaved foods and manages his exposure time to heavy EMF areas and things are better than ever. Below is a list of changes we made as well as typical sensitivities that exposure to EMF’s can cause people and finally some websites to explore more yourself.
“Our conditioned Enneagram type structure is defined by a pattern of thought supported by an emotional habit (historically called the passion of the heart) which plays out in three critical behaviours called Subtypes that affect our relationships as well as how we spend our time and energy.”
We are highly tuned beings who interact with our environment in many more subtle ways than we have typically been taught in our current societal structure. In order to experience a pure flow of health, vitality and happiness, we want to eliminate struggle in all areas of our experience. This includes our thoughts, actions and emotions! That’s our journey of life – a continuous step by step learning experience to know ourselves and what brings us joy and meaning.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body has a distribution network that creates a highway for three essential substances to flow throughout the body. This distribution network called the Meridian System looks like a giant web, linking different areas of our body together. Its pathways make up a comprehensive yet complex body map that supplies vital energy to every part of the body. Philosophically, the Meridian System explains how we live, and why we become sick.
So there was part of me that didn’t want to let go of 2012, I really enjoyed the unfolding of the year and so I delayed my first blog of the New Year to now. Last week after our son returned to Calgary for his next semester at University, I finally accepted that it was time to move forward into this new beginning. I spent some thoughtful time pondering what I wanted this New Year to bring forth because I know how powerful the focus of intention is. I would like to share with you briefly the energy I feel arising for me this year.
The other pattern for me in December is to give my home a thorough cleaning before I put up any Christmas decorations. The thought of adding beauty to clutter just feels like adding clutter to clutter.