What if your body was your best friend? What if your body was always meant to work in harmony with you and give you more awareness, beyond the five senses?
What would it be like to have a rewarding relationship with your body?
Could we talk to our bodies and listen to what they say to us, to develop a healthier and happier life?
So, truth , who likes their body just as it is? Not many of us, sadly. We are always judging and criticising our bodies. How often do we treat our body worse than a pet or a car? Would anyone ever knowingly put diesel in a petrol car or vice-versa? No, we wouldn’t dream of it! It runs much better on what it actually requires. Yet, do we ever ask what our body requires before putting something in its mouth? Or would we force-feed a pet with all our favourite foods (or starve them) regardless of what they need or desire?
Dr. Bruce Lipton in this book “Biology of Belief” scientifically proves that cells have intelligence. Don’t our bodies keep us alive by breathing, beating our hearts, sending blood round all the organs, without any conscious effort on our part? Every cell of our body knows what to do and just gets on with its job without constant instructions, or we would not survive Aren’t bodies amazing?
Every body is intelligent and has its own awareness. It is designed as a biofeedback system, beyond the 5 senses, the body gives us feedback as another sense. Have you ever said something “I feel it in my guts. Or, I have a sensation in my solar plexus”? That’s an example of your body communicating with you.
Bodies communicate with energy not words, we do not usually get voices in our heads…!
So what would it take to start talking and listening to our own body. What if our Body could become our best Buddy and develop a life long friendship?
Bodies are made up of about 70% water. Check out Dr. Masaro Emoto’s book “Memory of Water” where he graphically shows the effect that words have on living cells.
The way we treat our bodies and what we say to them actually affects the cells behaviour. So, how nice are we being to them most of the time? How different would our bodies be if we talked to them and asked them to work in harmony with us, instead of fighting them or trying to control them?
Why not try, just occasionally, to ask your body what it would like to eat, what it would to wear, how it would like to move? And listen out. But don’t do it all the time, or your life might change too much…