THE HEART & HEART PROBLEMS
What is my body telling me?
On this page you will find a psychosomatic interpretation of this particular area of the body and its associated problems. Use it as a guide only to better understand the non-physical factors that might be contributing to your overall health. To find out how to use the glossary of ailments, go to the Mind-Body Connection Glossary.
Related Chakra – What chakra governs the functioning of this part of the body?
This area of the body pertains to the Heart Chakra.
Heart – What is the Mind-Body Connection?
The heart is the centre of your physical being as it is the primary area of the body that feels, gives and receives love. When you give and receive love freely and equally, the heart is strong. Being ‘true to your heart’ is about expressing what is in your heart in order to feel fulfilled in life.
Heart Blockage – What is the Mind-Body Connection?
You care so much for others that you are not living your life for yourself and taking care of yourself first. You are resisting what you truly want for yourself. You need to allow yourself to find your purpose by being true to what’s in your heart.
Enlarged Heart – What is the Mind-Body Connection?
You are wanting to live to please others by giving more than you have to give. As a result, you over-extend yourself and are left feeling drained. You need to bring your focus and attention back to loving yourself first and honouring what is in your heart.
Abnormal Blood Pressure – What is the Mind-Body Connection?
Other Names: Low Blood Pressure, High Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Hypotension
You are feeling pressured to be something you’re not as a result of some external influence. This means compromising your own happiness which causes one of two reactions:
- High Blood Pressure – anger and frustration and resisting what you’re doing because ‘your heart’s not in it’; or
- Low Blood Pressure – feeling drained and unable to give to something when ‘your heart’s not in it’.
You need to be true to yourself by living in accordance to what is in your heart and devoting your energy to what makes you feel alive and enthusiastic about life.
For more information on psychosomatic theory, go to Psychosomatic Healing.
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