Can Our Feelings and Mindset Really Affect Our Health? The Truth from Karol K. Truman's Book

We've all heard the phrase "mind over matter". It suggests that our thoughts and beliefs are so powerful that they can influence the physical world around us. This is particularly true in the area of our health, where our feelings and mindset can have a significant impact. Today, we're going to look at the book Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol K. Truman. This book explores how our emotional baggage and subconscious beliefs can lead to physical illness, particularly migraines. As a migraine sufferer in the past, I've seen firsthand how powerful our feelings can be, and I'm excited to explore this topic with you today.

The book Feelings Buried Alive Never Die starts by exploring the concept of emotions impacting our physical health. Truman suggests that everything we feel is energy, and that this energy doesn't just disappear after we experience an emotion. Instead, it can get trapped in our bodies, leading to physical pain and illness. She encourages readers to acknowledge their emotions, even the uncomfortable ones like anger, sadness, and fear. By doing so, she says, we can prevent this emotional energy from taking root in our bodies.

One of the most interesting sections of the book explores how our subconscious beliefs can affect our health. Truman argues that we all have limiting beliefs that we're not even aware of, and that these beliefs can hold us back in many ways. For example, if you believe that you're not worthy of good health, you're much more likely to experience physical illness. Truman encourages readers to identify these limiting beliefs and replace them with positive affirmations that support good health.

The book also includes a section specifically on migraines, which is of particular interest to many readers. Truman suggests that migraines are often caused by bottled-up emotions, particularly anger and frustration. She provides tips on how to release this emotional energy, including techniques like journaling, talking to a trusted friend or counselor, and practicing forgiveness. She also recommends natural remedies like essential oils and herbal supplements to help alleviate migraine symptoms.

Another interesting section of the book explores how our thoughts and words can affect our health. Truman suggests that negative self-talk, such as "I'm never going to get better" or "I'm always sick", can actually make our physical symptoms worse. She encourages readers to flip these negative thoughts into positive ones, such as "I'm taking steps to improve my health every day" or "My body is strong and capable of healing". Even small changes in our words and thoughts, she argues, can have a big impact on our health.

Finally, Truman emphasizes the importance of self-care when it comes to our health. She suggests that we need to prioritize our own well-being, both physically and emotionally, in order to stay healthy. This includes things like getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, and engaging in activities that bring us joy and fulfillment. When we prioritize our health in this way, she says, we're much less likely to experience physical illness.

In conclusion, the book Feelings Buried Alive Never Die by Karol K. Truman provides a powerful reminder of the impact our emotions, beliefs, and words can have on our physical health. As a migraine sufferer in the past, I've seen firsthand how important it is to acknowledge and release emotional baggage in order to prevent physical symptoms like migraines. Truman's book provides practical tips and advice for doing just that, as well as emphasizing the importance of self-care in staying healthy. If you're struggling with physical symptoms that seem to have no clear cause, I highly recommend reading this book and exploring the emotional and subconscious factors that may be at play. Who knows, you may just find the answer you've been looking for.

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