I recently met with a client, a woman who currently suffers from several ailments and is already taking conventional medicines. She wanted to know if flower remedies could help her heal faster. On questioning, it turned out that she had a history of unexpressed feelings, desires and ambitions, which she was rigidly holding on to. She said she avoided confronting people because she "didn"t want to quarrel with them."
Unfortunately, while the "quarrels" were definitely avoided, all that volatile energy within had played havoc with her body. That set me wondering about a seemingly unrelated thing. India is set to become the heart-disease and diabetes capital of the world. Is it because we have not been able to express our anger and frustration with our lethargic, corrupt and inefficient administrative system?
Whether we have to start a business, get a ration card or do anything remotely connected to a public agency, there is always this constant, irritating struggle with the "powers that be". In a place like Mumbai, the incredibly torturous commute only adds to this overall misery. Besides, of course, our own little personal issues!
Is it possible that we, unable to do much about all this "" so far "" have bottled up our anger, cynicism, bitterness and frustration within us, leading to diseases? From an energy healer"s point of view, it not only seems plausible, but actually quite true.
So, in a way, the huge outpouring of emotions "" first, the joy over the World Cup victory and then the massive protests against corruption; could have been a healing experience for most of us. One believes that frequent expressions of this public unity and venting of the frustration "" in a non-violent way, of course! "" can go a long way in healing a lot of people. Now that we have fought, and won, the first big battle against corruption, why not pick on small but important local issues and show the same zeal to solve them? The effects of such exercises on health statistics will be really interesting to observe, won"t they?
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