- by Seneca
We were discussing Fibromyalgia in the Q&A group. This seems to be something that comes up again and again, and I
No, having an emotional root differs from a problem that exists in your head. Emotional roots are the aftermath of a traumatic situation that lodged itself physically in your system and became a problem later on in life.
Flower essences can only help to the degree an issue
"Flower essences definitely help hugely with fibro. Perhaps consider Align or Aftershock to start with.
On a bad day with a flare up I’d
My understanding is that fibromyalgia is emotions stuck in my body. So it comes down to feeling what I’m feeling (tough job
- A commenter in the Facebook group -
That Facebook comment is a perfect example of how you heal just about anything, not just Fibromyalgia.
Addressing the feelings.
You don’t have to determine what feelings go with what illness if you make a lifestyle of processing everything well. It will take unlearning your “repress and move forward” way of coping.
C-PTSD and Muscle Armoring
Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder does regular PTSD one better. It’s from long-term trauma instead of acute. Some examples of how one might develop C-PTSD would be from living with an abuser, being held captive, or in a situation that was emotionally or physically unsafe for you over a long period.
It’s most likely not C-PTSD itself that is the problem, but the muscle armoring that goes with it. Muscle armoring is often a byproduct of C-PTSD and means your muscles are always tensed, on guard, braced for impact and it’s just a way of life. You might not even
When something bad happens, or is about to happen,
Muscle armor can also keep emotions under control. If anger
Abandonment and Dad Issues
Other common themes are abandonment, feeling unsupported or not nurtured by a male figure, (dad, husband etc). It can also relate to childhood wounds from your mother’s relationship with your father, or other men. In these situations, we’d do Heart Healer and/or Sunflower.
Do you feel
Some people believe Fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disease because many of the symptoms are common among other autoimmune disorders. However, Fibromyalgia doesn’t cause inflammation, and they haven’t found autoantibodies or evidence that it
What you need essence-wise will depend on what happened to you, and how you reacted/coped with it. I have heard from many people who have healed fibromyalgia.
Keep after it! You can do it!