Saturday, October 07, 2006

I wonder if some illnesses come from hate. The anger, the grudge we bury in our hearts erupts to the surface in some frightening ailment. We injure ourselves and we don't even know it.


At 10/09/2006 10:45 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think is very true. For about three years I could not let go of some anger and bitterness ... Iknow that is a long time (no excuses) ... but I definately felt a change happening in my body. Gained a lot of weight, my chest started hurting sometimes. After Jesus set me free from this bitterness, I lost almost 50 pounds in six months and my chest pain has disappeared. I do think the spirit and body are closely tied together. Anger and bitterness, I believe, has a big impact on the body and the mind. Thank you for sharing this.

At 10/09/2006 10:24 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, there is a direct mind-body connection. "Mind" is used in a larger sense.

Studies showed, that ca. 2/3 of all patients were in hospital due to psychosomatic causes.

it is said, that subcosciously we "pick" our illnesses.

here is a stress test and indicator of likelihood of desease
or accident

one branch of science is called

At 10/10/2006 7:26 p.m., Blogger Jonathan said...

Mike, Anon--thanks for the confirmation. There's something I'm bitter about and I'd better let it go.


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