Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Living in the truth: How our Body, Mind, and Spirit are Affected.

Living in the truth is a very hard thing to do. Being truthful to yourself and others can be extremely complicated and scary at times. Every cell in our bodies store memories from our past.  These can be good memories and bad ones. When someone is not able to remember a memory or event because it was to traumatizing for them, the cells in our bodies store the information so when the person is in a less stressful time in their life, the information will come back to them in hopes of healing from it. Our bodies are designed to heal itself not just physically, but emotionally too. The truth can be very hard and can hurt, but it is the only thing that can set us free from carrying the burden in our conscience mind. I believe that we have debts to pay from past wrong doing not just from this life, but from previous lives lived. Or, you could call them lessons. If these lessons are not learned and the debts have not been payed you will continue to work this out in life times to come.  The truth is the only way to free yourself and others from this pain. Hopefully, we have strong enough loved ones in our lives to work through it with us. Being a healthy minded person does NOT mean being perfect. We are all imperfect, full of flaws, and disappointing. The one thing we can do is forgive one another and ourselves. This is so important if we want to lead healthy lives. I believe being healthy is about being forgiving and living in the truth. Forgiveness and living in the truth is paramount because it helps us constantly re evaluate our lives so we can create the necessary changes to stay on healthy path.
Dr. Melissa Samartano, Phd, LMHC, RYT

The divine light in me bows to the divine light in you..
Meaning, I bow to you ~Namaste~

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