What Is Your Disease Trying To Tell You?

Many people think disease happens randomly. Actually, the diseases that come on to you have a meaning, and your body is trying to communicate that meaning to you.

For instance, on an emotional level, heart disease falls on people who tend to over commit and push themselves too hard. They struggle with never having enough time to do all the tasks on their plate and are burdened with the responsibility of taking care of other people. These people are always stressed, pressed for time, and rushing too much. They suffer from an urgency addiction and keep their body in a prolonged state of fight-or-flight stress reaction.

Your disease has an important message for you. It up to you to interpret and understand its meaning. Dis-ease can teach us about the lessons we are here to learn. If we are aware of this and work toward dealing with those lessons, that work can raise us to a higher state of being than before. Dis-ease is often necessary to teach us a lesson which we have failed to get by other means. It can only be truly healed when that lesson is learned.

Diseases have meaning the same way that dreams have meaning. Like symbols in our dreams, our diseases are messages from our body which can be interpreted and understood if we pay attention.

Dis-ease can teach us about the lessons we are here to learn. If we are aware of this and work toward dealing with those lessons, that work can raise us to a higher state of being than before. Dis-ease is often necessary to teach us a lesson which we have failed to get by other means. It can only be truly healed when that lesson is learned.

Dis-ease can teach us about the lessons we are here to learn. If we are aware of this and work toward dealing with those lessons, that work can raise us to a higher state of being than before. Dis-ease is often necessary to teach us a lesson which we have failed to get by other means. It can only be truly healed when that lesson is learned. That willingness to heal comes from a soul level.

Many diseases are directly related to or caused by stress, anger, suppressed hostilities and resentments. There are many times when diseases actually serves a purpose for an individual by taking them out of a situation that they are not happy with.

A good example is a family where the wife has been very overwhelmed with taking care of her husband of over 50 years. Her husband recently had his third stroke and has had to be admitted to a nursing home. He will never be able to come home again, and must have constant care.

The wife has chosen to be there daily and provide personal care, but recently had become exhausted. However, she felt she could take no time off. She chose to ignore the message her body was sending her. The only way she could justify within herself taking some time for rest without guilt, was to become ill. This gave her a needed rest which she otherwise would not have taken.

A man eats Jalebi, an Indian sweet, as workers prepare sweets at a market. There are over 50 million diabetics in India and this figure is expected to rise by 150% over the next 20 years. On an emotional level, chronic feelings of despair and hopelessness are at the root cause of this disease. When a person loses the sweetness of life and becomes burdened with the struggle of life, it is not uncommon for diabetes to surface.

Here are some of the most common diseases and hidden meanings behind them.

Food Allergies
Food allergies begins with a change in the intestines and are brought about by chronic ph imbalances in the digestive tract. A diet balanced in acid and alkaline foods helps manage food allergies as does eating foods compatible with your blood type. Food allergies are related to habitual feeling of low self-esteem, being emotionally overly sensitive, and the chronic need to please others. They can be also brought about by sustained feelings of being out of control.

Bladder and Kidney Infections
An increased intake of dark green leafy vegetables helps keep the liver functioning properly and assists in maintaining a healthy ph balance in the digestive tract. Foods rich in alkaline are beneficial, as are red fruits and vegetables. The root cause of these chronic infections are anger, resentment, feelings of hate, and the excessive tendency of being emotionally out-of-control and emotionally volatile. Chronic sinus infections represent the suppression of intuition.

Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia
Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia are caused by glucose imbalances and involve the thyroid. However, the origin site of these malfunctions is in the pancreas. Fear, feelings of despair, grief, and hopelessness throw the pancreas off -balance and upset the blood sugar’s delicate balance. People who do things for other people’s reasons and not their own or whose behavior is dictated by the “should and should not” have a higher susceptibility to these aliments, as do people who find it difficult to express their emotional needs.   

As for thyroid issues, including both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, the root cause of this disease is
Frustration around the inability to express oneself emotionally. People who tend to be too nice, or hold in their emotions or are unwilling to express feelings, desires and needs tend to have a higher susceptibility for this illness.

Diabetes
Diabetes is caused when insulin production of the pancreas becomes exhausted, decreases and may even stop being produced. Chronic feelings of despair and hopelessness are at the root cause of this disease. When a person loses the sweetness of life and becomes burdened with the struggle of life, it is not uncommon for diabetes to surface.

Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyrodism
Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism occurs when there’s an imbalance in the production of thyroid hormones. Hyper means too much production and hypo means too little production. The thyroid is responsible for metabolism. Frustration around the inability to express oneself emotionally is a root cause of this illness. People who tend to be too nice, or hold in their emotions or are unwilling to express feelings, desires and needs tend to have a higher susceptibility for this illness.

Cancer
Cancer on an emotional level, occurs when there are strong feelings of abandonment, betrayal and fear of being alone. It is the root cause of cancer. Cancer has been called the disease of the nice people because they tend to hold in their emotions rather than creating conflict. People who tend to have a higher predisposition to cancer seem to have patterns of behavior which encourage them to overextend themselves both mentally and emotionally for others, and who tend to put emotional needs of other people before their own.